Quinquennial Awards to Recognize Service to Hartwick

Hartwick College will host its 2018 Quinquennial Awards Celebration at 4 p.m. on Monday, November 26 in the Celebration Room, Shineman Chapel House, on the College campus. The annual event recognizes milestones in faculty and staff service to the College.

Those scheduled to be honored this year include:

FIVE YEARS: (2013)

  • Mr. Richard Barlow – Assistant Professor of Art
  • Mr. Jack Cerar – Campus Safety Officer
  • Mr. Anthony Dilello – Assistant Football Coach
  • Mr. Paul Habernig – Director of Student and Community Engagement
  • Mr. Scott Harrington – Facilities Liaison/Administrative Specialist
  • Ms. Mary King – Leadership Giving Officer
  • Mr. Joshua Lewis – Lecturer in English
  • Mr. Lucas Raymond – Aramark Dining Services – Food Service Worker/Cook
  • Mr. Stephen Scott – Aramark Dining Services – Retail Supervisor
  • Mrs. Mary Louise Silber – Visiting Assistant Professor of Nursing
  • Mr. Jeffrey Simonds – Lecturer in English
  • Ms. Kathryn Smith – Lecturer in Theatre Arts
  • Mrs. Lisa Starkey-Wood – Director of Admissions and Operations
  • Mr. Floyd Stroebeck – Aramark Dining Services, General Utility/Grill Cook
  • Mr. Bill Thompson – Aramark Dining Services, General Utility Worker

10 YEARS: (2008)

  • Dr. Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad – Associate Professor of Chemistry and Geology
  • Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich – President
  • Ms. Brianna Dumond – Aramark Facilities – Custodian
  • Mr. Chris Gondek – Assistant Director of Athletics Communications
  • Ms. Malissa Kano-White – Associate Professor of Theatre Arts
  • Ms. Kimberley Lindsley – Human Resources Coordinator
  • Mr. Andrew McCall – Aramark Dining Services – Food Service Worker/Cook
  • Dr. Johanna Mitchell – Associate Professor of Education
  • Ms. Stephanie Rozene – Associate Professor of Art & Art History
  • Dr. Robert Seguin – Associate Professor of English
  • Mr. Daniel Vroman – Aramark Dining Services – General Utility Worker

15 YEARS: (2003)

  • Mr. Richie Borggreen – Aramark Facilities – Floater
  • Ms. Lori Button – Aramark Dining Services – Food Service Worker
  • Mrs. Charlene Eklund – Aramark Dining Services – Lead Food Service Worker
  • Ms. Leah Elwood – Assistant Registrar
  • Ms. Carla Kinser – Executive Assistant to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Mr. Chris Rowe – Aramark Dining Services – Receiver/General Utility
  • Mrs. Tammy Sweeney – Senior Dispatcher
  • Mr. Frank Werdann – Director of Barnes and Noble Bookstore  

20 YEARS: (1998)

  • Ms. Jane Bachman – Coordinator of Nursing Opportunities
  • Dr. Mark Erickson – Professor of Chemistry
  • Mr. Dan Kendall – Aramark Dining Services – Baker
  • Dr. Cherilyn Lacy – Professor of History
  • Dr. Mieko Nishida – Professor of History
  • Ms. Ruth Snow – Aramark Facilities – Custodian
  • Mrs. Tammy Sousa – Head Equestrian Coach
  • Ms. Patricia Tuller – Aramark Facilities – Tradeswoman

25 YEARS: (1993)

  • Mr. Mark Carr – Head Coach of Football
  • Ms. Kristin Reuter – Cataloging Specialist
  • Mr. Harry Matthews – Associate Dean and Director of Intercultural Affairs
  • Mr. Robby Robbins – Aramark Facilities – Carpenter
  • Mr. Thomas Worden – Aramark Facilities – Electrician

30 YEARS: (1988)

  • Ms. Dawn Baker – Interlibrary Loan Specialist
  • Mr. Brett Bentley – Aramark Facilities – Custodian
  • Mrs. Colmin Gajadar – System Manager
  • Dr. Stephen Markuson – Lecturer in Music
  • Dr. Lawrence Nienart – Professor of Physics
  • Mr. Gary Tompkins – Aramark Facilities – Trades Helper

35 YEARS: (1983)

  • Professor Stephen Kolenda – Professor Emeritus of Business Administration

40 YEARS: (1978)

  • Dr. Robert Gann – Professor of Computer and Information Science and Physics
  • Mrs. Deb Hilts – Director of Information System Services and Associate Director of Information Technology

For more information, contact Director of Human Resources Suzanne Janitz at 607-431-4315 or at humres@hartwick.edu.

Hartwick College is a private liberal arts and sciences college of 1,200 students, located in Oneonta, NY, in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Hartwick’s expansive curriculum emphasizes an experiential approach to the liberal arts. Through personalized teaching, collaborative research, a distinctive January Term, a wide range of internships, and vast study-abroad opportunities, Hartwick ensures that students are prepared for not just their first jobs, but for the world ahead. A Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Program and strong financial aid and scholarship offerings keep a Hartwick education affordable.

Contact:     David Lubell
E-mail:        lubelld@hartwick.edu
Phone:        607-431-4031

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