June 3, 2005  


2005 Employee Recognition Awards

By Carmella Huser

SLAC honored 34 people, who were nominated and selected by their peers for the 2005 Employee Recognition Awards, at a May 17 luncheon at the Stanford Faculty Club. They were:

Globie winners at the award luncheon.
(Image courtesy of Diana Rogers)

Teresa A. Ash, Rich Atkinson, Mer Baldoza, Rich Cellamare, Natalie Cramar, Teresa Downey, Dave Dungan, Karen Fant, Mr. Teddy R. Gathright, Christopher Hall, Tom Hostetler, David R. Jensen, Joe Kenny, William S. Lockman, Thanh Ky Ly, Abraham Maciel, Ziba Mahdavi, Barbara Mason, Irimpan I. Mathews, Ruth McDunn, Daphne M. Mitchell, Carol Morris, Ann Mueller, Helen O’Donnell, Corrine L. Purcell, Jane Rochester, Lupe Salgado, Martha P. Siegel, Sead Sisic, Michelle Steger, Hal Tompkins, Diedre K. Webb, Linda DuShane White, Larissa A. Williams

Employee Recognition Awards are given to members of the SLAC community who consistently promote a positive, respectful and harmonious work environment. This prestigious award recognizes good citizenship and the impact that the awardees have in making SLAC a better place to work. In a message to awardees, Lab Director, Jonathan Dorfan, said: “I can’t think of a more important honor than to be recognized by people who work around you, recognized for the support you bring to them, the encouragement you bring to them, the fact that you make them feel that this place is the wonderful workplace that it is.”

The 34 awardees were chosen from almost 200 nominations that were received by the selection committee. In addition to being honored at the luncheon, the awardees received a coveted “Globie” statuette, a letter of commendation for their personnel file, a certificate, and the honor of being pictured on SLAC’s Wall of Fame in the Administration and Engineering Building.

SLAC proudly salutes this year’s awardees and thanks them for their contribution to SLAC’s Respectful Workplace.


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