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AAC accepting nominations for outstanding administrators, staff

The BYU Administrative Advisory Council invites members of the campus community to nominate administrative and staff employees to receive the Ben E. Lewis Management Award, the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award or a President's Appreciation Award.

Previous winners of the President's Appreciation Award may be nominated for the Ben E. Lewis Management and Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Awards. Please note that faculty members have a separate recognition process and are not eligible for any of these awards.

One administrative employee will receive the Ben E. Lewis Management Award, and four administrative employees will receive the President's Appreciation Award.

One staff employee will receive the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award, and four staff employees will receive the President's Appreciation Award.

All nominees must have at least five years of service to the university, and administrative and staff employees who are nominated for these awards should exhibit the following characteristics:

·     Contribution to the university — Nominees should be outstanding examples of the vision of administrative services at BYU, which is to provide legendary service and value.

·     Performance characteristics — Nominees should possess and demonstrate the following values criteria: competency, respect for sacred resources, integrity, teamwork, exceeding service expectations, respect for all individuals, innovation and accountability.

Nominations are to be limited to 500 words. Please use the form located at aac.byu.edu/award-nominations.aspx to submit nominations or e-mail nomination information to acc_chair@byu.edu.

The deadline for submitting nominations is Nov. 30, 2010.

For more information, contact AAC Chair Carol Taylor at (801) 422-6569 or aac_chair@byu.edu.

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