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Nominations sought for annual BYU administrative, staff awards

Deadline for submissions is Dec. 17

The Brigham Young University Administrative Advisory Council invites nominatations of administrative and staff employees to receive the Ben E. Lewis Management Award, the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award or the President's Appreciation Award.

One administrative employee with at least five years of service will receive the:Ben E. Lewis Management Award, and six administrative employees with at least three years of service will receive the President's Appreciation Award. One staff employee with at least five years of service will receive the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award, and six staff employees with at least three years of service will receive the President's Appreciation Award.

Previous winners of the President's Appreciation Award may be nominated for the Ben E. Lewis Management or Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Awards.

Faculty members have a separate recognition process and are not eligible for any of these awards.

All administrative and staff employees who are nominated for these awards should exhibit the following: contribution to the university and performance characteristics (competency, respect for sacred resources, intergity, teamwork, exceeding customer expectations, respect for all individuals, innovation, accountability).

Written nominations must be limited to 500 words in each of the two categories, or 1,000 words total. Nominations will be accepted through Dec. 17, 2007. To enter a nomination directly online, go to aac.byu.edu/award-nominations.aspx. Nominations may also be sent by campus mail to Jerry Prigmore, 1944 B WSC, or e-mailed to aac_chair@byu.edu.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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