Staff Awards

You can locate all eligible employees in the below form drop-down.

Purpose: To recognize a member of the eligible members of the Bryan School Administrative Personnel for outstanding contributions and dedication to duty in furthering the mission and goals of the Bryan School of Business and Economics.

The Award: The recipient will receive a $1000 award, a trophy, and special recognition.

Eligibility: Current SPA and Administrative EPA employees who have been employed in the Bryan School for a minimum of two years.

Evaluation Criteria: Successful nominees should have demonstrated:

  • Excellence in leadership
  • Outstanding dedication to duty and high professional standards
  • Excellence in their position while supporting the work of their unit(s) and furthering the mission of the Bryan School and UNCG.

Submitting Nominations:

  • Bryan School students, alumni, administrators, faculty and staff may make nominations.
  • The Nomination form is available online. Supporting materials must be submitted to Connie Uselman, Committee Chair.

Nominations are due by 5pm on Friday, March 21, 2014.

Complete the form here

Award selection: The Staff Excellence Award Committee will make the selection of the award recipient with final approval provided by the dean of the Bryan School.

2014 Staff Excellence Award Committee members:

  • Connie Uselman (chair)
  • Terri Sparks
  • Lisa Mclaughlin
  • Erick Bryd
  • Tyler Stobbe

Selection: The Staff Excellence Awards Committee will make the selection of the award recipient with final approval provided by the Dean of the Bryan School.

Award announcement: The Award will be presented at the final Bryan School Faculty and Staff Assembly meeting held in April and announced at the Bryan School Graduation Ceremony held in May.

Previous Recipients: Found here

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  • Please state why you think this person should be considered for the award and provide information in the criteria sections that apply. It is not necessary for a nominee to have outstanding contributions in every category. However, please provide as much documentation as possible.
  • Give an example of the individual's unselfish dedication to duty above and beyond what is required of the position, especially behavior that supports the work of their unit and furthers the mission of the Bryan School and UNCG.
  • Has this person taken the lead and established new and outstanding work methods, practices and plans for his or her department that are consistent with the Bryan School Mission? If so, please explain.
  • List any outstanding contributions this person has made to the Bryan School through involvement on Bryan School or University committees as well as representing the Bryan School and UNCG in civic or professional organizations. Include any life-learning activities that foster a model working and/or learning environment. (Examples: CPR training; diversity training; office skills workshops)
  • List any outstanding contributions or service activities deserving recognition that this person has made and was not listed above. This could include acts of heroism or outstanding volunteer service.
  • If you need to submit additional materials for support, please attach here using a PDF, DOC, or DOCX file.