Work-Life Resources Archive

Work-life resources can help employees and departments effectively manage personal, family and community life with work and educational responsibilities.Whether you’re having a baby, looking for Childcare, or helping your aging parent transition to assisted living, there are resources available to assist you with all of your changing work and family responsibilities. Printout our Child Care and Family Support Programs and Services brochure, or visit the links below.

Resources for Students

Starting Fall 2016, negotiations between the Graduate School and the GTFF supported the hiring of a Graduate Families GE, a part-time position which will support graduate students who have families. This GE will support graduate students by providing information and resources, putting on events, and serving as a resource and advocate. To receive email updates about campus and community resources, events, funding opportunities, financial assistance, childcare and more, email your name to join the listserv curated by the new Graduate Families GE gradstudentfamilies-join@lists.uoregon.edu or email the GE directly with your questions or to schedule a meeting at familyge@uoregon.edu.

We know that student parents face unique challenges in balancing their school and life commitments. Whether you’re trying to choose the right childcare option, need lactation support on campus or want to connect with other student parents, the resources below provide information about campus and community assistance.

Please contact us if you are having difficulty accessing information for a particular topic.  For more information or assistance, contact Jen Mirabile, Sr. Programs Coordinator, (541)346-2195 or email mirabile@uoregon.edu

Child Care on Campus

Co-op Family Center -The Co-op Family Center is an independent, nonprofit co-operative located in UO Spencer View Family Housing.  Student families receive first priority and a tuition discount.  The center serves children eight weeks to ten years.

2250 Patterson St., phone: 541- 346-7400 email: coopfcsv@uoregon.edu

Moss Street Children's Center -Moss Street Children’s Center, a program of the Erb Memorial Student Union, offers university student families first priority and a tuition discount.  The center serves children three months through fifth grade.

1685 Moss St., 541-346-4384 mscc@uoregon.edu

Vivian Olum Child Development Center -The Vivian Olum CDC, a program of Human Resources, offers faculty and staff families first priority and a tuition discount to all UO-affiliated families.  The center serves children eight weeks through fifth grade.

1650 Columbia St., 541-346-6586, aripley@uoregon.edu

Child Care Resources

 

 

 

Events on Campus

Human Resources supports annual events in partnership with other campus departments to help University of Oregon Families connect. For more information and details about upcoming events, visit Work-Life Spotlight.

  • The Clothing & Toy Exchange is offered every fall and spring at Spencer View Family Housing. This event provides a one-to-one exchange of infant and children’s clothing, toys, and gear. Children’s entertainment is provided along with light snacks.
  • Family Recreation Open House is offered in the winter term at the Student Recreation Center. Come celebrate the Rec Center family hours with special activities including: rock wall, swimming, ping pong, crafts, tumbling, open gym, and a chance to meet the UO Duck!
  • Duckling Day Family Skate takes place in the spring term to honor University students and their families. Come skate for free with Puddles and meet other UO families.
  • Mama Ducks Play Group is offered the first Monday of every month from 10:30-11:30 am at Spencer View Family Housing in the Community Room. The fun and interactive group is for all student moms and kids. Come join the group to new new crafts, recipes, and meet local authors!

Interested in attending a Duck sporting event or theater performance with your family for free?

Any University of Oregon student who pays the incidental fee may obtain certain benefits for his/her spouse and/or dependent(s) through use of the ASUO-approved Spouse/Domestic Partner/Child Certification Card ("C-card"). The C-card provides limited ticket access to men's football and basketball games, entrance into "non-student-ticketed" events, craft center student rates, and free theater tickets.

For more information about benefits: Spousal Equivalent Card Terms and Condition

To apply for your card: Spousal Equivalent Card Form

Family Housing

UO Housing offers a wonderful environment suited for students with children, students who are married or in a domestic partnership, or students at least twenty-one years of age.

For more information about eligibility requirements and priority guidelines visit http://housing.uoregon.edu/apartments/.

Family Recreation Program

Family time at the Student Recreation Center is a great way for you to enjoy physical activity with your little ducks in the pool, at the rock wall, and in the gyms! Participation in the Family Recreation Program is a great way to set a healthy example for your children and make exercise a regular part of your family time.

Program information and policies are outlined by visiting the UO Family Recreation Program website.

GTF Family & Medical Leave Agreement

The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the University and Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation (GTFF) is bargained bi-annually and includes provisions for salary and benefits, work appointment/reappointment, family and medical leave, ect.

 

The GTFF Labor Agreement 2014-16 outlines in Article 28, Section 7, Family and Medical Leave Agreement for GTFs.

Graduate Families GE

Starting Fall 2016, negotiations between the Graduate School and the GTFF supported the hiring of a Graduate Families GE, a part-time position which will support graduate students who have families. This GE will support graduate students by providing information and resources, putting on events, and serving as a resource and advocate. To receive email updates about campus and community resources, events, funding opportunities, financial assistance, childcare and more, email your name to join the listserv curated by the new Graduate Families GE gradstudentfamilies-join@lists.uoregon.edu or email the GE directly with your questions or to schedule a meeting at familyge@uoregon.edu.

 

Lactation Support

Parenting Resources

Tips for Student Parent Academic Success

  • Let ALL your professors know that you are a parent; they will be much more willing to work with you should something arise if they were prepared in advance
  • Continue to connect with your professors throughout the term, get THEM invested in YOUR success
  • Network with other student parents in case you need last minute babysitting
  • Find a friend in each of your classes you can rely on for notes in case of absence

Community Resources

The Parent HelpLine provides a free, confidential telephone resource for parents and caregivers of children up to six years old.

     Eugene/Springfield: 541-485-5211

     Lane County: 1-888-485-5211

The Parent HelpLine is staffed by professional Parent Educators who are there to:

  • Talk about parenting, child development and behavior, family stress and more.
  • Help parents find a playgroup or parent support group;
  • Directly transfer concerned parents to local or issue-specific services, and;
  • Schedule time to talk about the specific needs of individual families.

Parenting Now! - Resources and Learning Opportunities for Parents

LaneKids is Lane County’s hub for parents! Find informative parenting info, locate activities to do with your kids and connect with resources across Lane County.

School Information

Summer Camp Directory

UO Family Communications Opportunities

We provide a number of different opportunities for UO Families to to get connected and build community.

  • UO Families List Serve is a subscribed e-mail list for the UO community providing information about family-related campus and community events and programs. Work-Life Resources provides regular updates, and members are also invited to submit to the list serve. To be added to the list serve, visit the subscription management page or send an e-mail to Jen Mirabile at mirabile@uoregon.edu
     
  • Graduate Student Families Listserv is an e-mail list for UO Graduate Students with families.  The Graduate Families GE manages this list.  You can add your  name to this list by emailing: gradstudentfamilies-join@lists.uoregon.edu
  • Family Friendly Events On-Campus The University of Oregon maintains an Events Calendar that can be searched based on categories.  Select the link access the calendar, then select "Family Friendly" from the Event Type options.  You may need to expand the list of options to view Family Friendly.

Child Care and Family Resources

 

 

 

Babysitting and Individual Caregiving

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UO Career Center

Child Care Resource and Referral

  • Work-Life Resources Individual Consultations- To schedule a consultation e-mail klogvin@uoregon.edu

Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties

Lane County Child Care Centers Serving Children Under Three

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Lane County Family Child Care Homes Serving Children Under Three

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Child Care on Campus

Co-op Family Center

The Co-op Family Center is an independent, nonprofit co-operative located in UO Spencer View Family Housing.  Student families receive first priority and a tuition discount.  The center serves children eight weeks to ten years.
2250 Patterson St., phone: 541- 346-7400 email: coopfcsv@uoregon.edu

Moss Street Children's Center

Moss Street Children’s Center, a program of the Erb Memorial Student Union, offers university student families first priority and a tuition discount.  The center serves children three months through fifth grade.
1685 Moss St., 541-346-4384

Vivian Olum Child Development Center

The Vivian Olum CDC, a program of Human Resources, offers faculty and staff families first priority and a tuition discount to all UO-affiliated families.  The center serves children eight weeks through fifth grade.
1650 Columbia St., 541-346-6586

Elder Care

Financial Assistance for Child Care

ASUO Child Care Subsidy for Students

Funded by student incidental fees, the subsidy provides financial assistance for child-care costs to eligible university students that can be used for either UO-affiliated or certified community child care. Subsidies are based on the level of need and range from 20-50% of the designated maximum for the fiscal year July 1 to June 30. Applications are available on their website or call (541) 346-0618.

ASUO Women’s Center Child Care Scholarship

Child care reimbursement are available through the Women's Center to students, faculty and staff attending University events. You pay your family childcare provider, and the Women's Center will reimburse your cost. Applications are available on their website and can be dropped off at the Women's Center prior to your event (three working days is preferred).

What can I use the reimbursements for?

University of Oregon events on or off campus. Consider using the reimbursements for a campus lecture, an event like Take Back the Night or the Willamette Valley Folk Festival, or something like a theater production or musical performance.

Can I use it more than once?

Yes, but our funds are limited. If looking for long-term childcare assistance, try the ASUO Child Care Subsidy.

How much is reimbursed?

It depends on how much funding we have, but we usually reimburse up to 50 dollars. Where does the money come from? This program is supported solely by donations and fundraised funds. If you would like to make a contribution or lend a hand with our fundraising efforts, please contact our Nontraditional Student Advocate at 346-4095.

Earned Income Tax Credit

Working students, and UO faculty and staff who have at least one child living with them may be eligible for a tax credit that is based on a percentage of earned income. For more information, call the Payroll Office at (541) 346-1126.

 

Oregon Department Of Human Services Employment Related Day Care

Low income working families may be eligible for financial help with child care costs. costs.

Family Ford Scholarships for Students

Funded by a private foundation, this scholarship for single-parent students provides extensive financial assistance, including subsidies for child-care costs.  For more information access the above website and review Scholarship 566:  Better A Life or contact the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships, (541) 346-3221.

Oregon Student Child Care Program

The Student Child Care Program provides a limited amount of funds to help students pay for child care.  Students must meet low-income guidelines and based on their income, will pay a portion of their child-care costs.

Employee Dependent Child Care Account

UO employee parents have an opportunity to pay for dependent care with pretax income.  For more information, call the Human Resources Benefits Office at (541) 346-2956

Lactation Support and Refrigerator Loan Program

Are you a university student, faculty, or staff member who is nursing your baby?

You may want to take advantage of the Lactation Support Rooms on campus or the Personal Refrigerator Lending Program.

LACTATION SUPPORT ROOMS

Each Lactation Support Room provides a private, clean, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for mothers to nurse, express milk, and keep their milk fresh with refrigeration.

Rooms are operated on a first-come, first-served basis. For those authorized to use the room, times may be either scheduled or drop-in depending on the number of users.

For your comfort, most rooms are equipped with hot and cold running water, a microwave, a refrigerator and comfortable seating.

For more information about the Lactation Support Rooms and the Personal Refrigerator Program or to obtain access, contact Jen Mirabile, Sr. HR Programs Coordinator at 541-346-2195 or mirabile@uoregon.edu

LACTATION SUPPORT ROOM LOCATIONS (lactation pumps are not provided)

McKenzie Hall, Temporary Room 364, has outlets and refrigeration available.

Knight Law School, Room 231B is located inside the Law Library on the 2nd Floor. It has outlets and refrigeration available.

Prince Lucien Campbell Hall (PLC), Room 30

Lewis Integrative Science Building (LISB), Room 311 has outlets and refrigeration available. Requires proxy card access.

Physical Education and Recreation Center, Ground Floor, this room has outlets and a refrigerator; requires special access code.

Allan Price Science Commons and Rsch Library, Ground Floor, this room as an outlet and refrigerator.

ASUO Women's Center, EMU Suite 3 welcomes and will accommodate nursing mothers on a drop-in basis who need a private space to nurse or express milk. Call the ASUO Women’s Center at (541) 346-4095 to schedule use or for more information.

PERSONAL REFRIGERATOR LENDING PROGRAM

This program provides nursing mothers - students, faculty and staff - with small, apartment-sized personal refrigerators for their campus offices and workspaces to store expressed milk. The loan period is based on the mother’s needs. To reserve, contact Jen Mirabile, Sr. HR Programs Coordinator at 541-346-2195 or mirabile@uoregon.edu

 

BREASTFEEDING RESOURCES

Oregon State Law, ORS 109.001 (1999), allows a woman to breastfeed in public. House Bill 237b, passed in May 2007, requires employers to give employees breaks to express milk and to make reasonable efforts to provide a private place to do so.

For further information about Breastfeeding, visit the Oregon Health Authority website.

School Information

Finding and choosing the right school setting for your child can be challenging. Work-Life Resources provides personal consultation and information about  private and public schools, campus and community programs and services, before-and after-school programs, summer and vacation programs, and high school alternatives. 

4J School District    http://www.4j.lane.edu/

Bethel School District   http://www.bethel.k12.or.us/

Springfield School District    http://www.sps.lane.edu

Summer Camp Directory

UO Families Communications Opportunities

We provide a number of different opportunities for UO Families to to get connected and build community.

  • UO Families List Serve is a subscribed e-mail list for the UO community providing information about family-related campus and community events and programs. Work-Life Resources provides regular updates, and members are also invited to submit to the list serve. To be added to the list serve, visit the subscription management page or send an e-mail to Jen Mirabile at mirabile@uoregon.edu
  • Work-Life Resources sponsors a Facebook Page to help connect you with resources and other University of Oregon families. Find support, give support, share events, and build community. Like us on our Facebook Page!
  • Work-Life Spotlight Blog is the UO’s web location for information, news, and events supporting your full engagement in life, work and academics! Look no further for information about upcoming events and information and check back often for updates.

March 2017 Child Care Center Report

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March 2017 Child Care Homes Report

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Take Our Children To Work Day

Each spring the Univisity hosts a Take Our Children To Work Day featuring a wide variety of events.

Information about the event is availabel on the Take Our Children to Work Day webpage.

On-site Group Activity Registration Form 2015

Description: 

On Thursday, April 23, 2015 the University of Oregon will recognize
Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work ®
A day created for girls and boys, ages nine to thirteen, to explore future opportunities in both their work and family lives.
On-site Group Activity Registration Form
REGISTER ONLINE at: http://odt.uoregon.edu/registration/course_list.php?cat_id=15
Parent/Guardian:____________________________ UO Phone________________ E-mail___________________
Cell phone_________________
CHOOSE ONE ACTIVITY PER HOUR and your second choice
Child name: First__________________________ Last_________________________ Age_______________
Activity Choice:
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1 pm_________________________
2 pm_________________________
3 pm_________________________
2nd Child: First__________________________ Last_________________________ Age_______________
Activity Choice:
10 am_________________________
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12 pm_________________________
1 pm_________________________
2 pm_________________________
3 pm_________________________
Parents are responsible for accompanying their children to all events. Spaces are limited in each session, and will be filled on a first-registered, first-served basis.
FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS, PLEASE CALL (541) 346-3159.
An equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Parent Permission Form - 2015

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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
TAKE OUR DAUGHTERS AND SONS TO WORK ®
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Parent Permission and Liability Release
I give my child(ren) listed below permission to participate in the UO Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work program and I understand that I am responsible for supervision of my child in any and all events related to the UO Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. This program may involve recreational programs, games, athletic events, and observations of and participation in some UO work-related activities. I certify that there are no health-related reasons or problems
that preclude or restrict my child’s participation in any of these activities. I further understand
that my child’s participation in these activities is completely voluntary.
I release the State of Oregon, the Oregon University System, the State Board of Higher Education, the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon, University of Oregon and all their respective officers, employees, agents, and volunteers from any and all liability and expense in any way re-sulting from, related to, or arising out of my child’s participation in the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work program, including but not limited to liability and expense attributable to any injury, death, property damage, lost wages, economic loss, emotional distress, psychic injury, pain, or suf-fering of any kind whatsoever.
I agree to hold harmless the State of Oregon, the Oregon University System, the State Board of Higher Education, the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon, the University of Oregon and all their respective officers, employees, agents, and volunteers from and against any and all claims, liability and expense in any way resulting from, related to, or arising out of my child’s par-ticipation in any of the above-mentioned activities.
PLEASE PRINT
Child Name_______________________________________________________ Age______
Child Name_______________________________________________________ Age______
Parent/guardian name (Please print) _______________________________________________
Parent/guardian signature ____________________________________Date _______________
Department / Phone # __________________________________________________________
COMPLETE THIS FORM AND RETURN
BY FAX to 6-2548 or CAMPUS MAIL to:
Human Resources / Events Coordinator / Campus Mail
PLEASE RETURN BY noon, on Wednesday, APRIL 22, 2015 or
bring to the Breakfast & Kick-off at 8:30 am on the event date ~ Thank you!

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work 2015 Campus Announcement

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-PLEASE POST- -PLEASE POST-
Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work ®
A day created for girls and boys, ages nine to thirteen, to explore future opportunities in both their work and family lives.
8:30 AM: Check-in, Complimentary Breakfast and Getting Acquainted, Gerlinger Alumni Lounge
9:00 AM: Welcome, Karen Logvin, Director, Work-Life Resources
9:20 AM: Presentation by Karen Kaplan, Manager, Campus Operations Zero Waste Program
The following events are available to pre-registered youth ages 9 – 13. Parents/Guardians are responsible for accompanying their
children to all events. Spaces are limited, and will be filled on a first-registered, first-served basis. Your child is welcome to register online for one or more activity session. CHOOSE ONE ACTIVITY SESSION PER HOUR.
ACTIVITY SESSIONS
Archaeology Detectives Examine artifacts and uncover clues to Oregon’s past on a guided hands-on tour of the Museum of Natural and
Cultural History.
Go Green! See what it takes to go green and stay that way! Tour the Campus Recycling Program warehouse. Then end your trek with an
eco-friendly cup with a treat inside!
Mind Your Manners! Jump start your future employment potential and learn the techniques of American style fine dining service from the
professional staff in UO Catering. Then decorate, serve and enjoy cookies!
How Sweet it is Join UO chefs to learn and practice the fine art of cookie decorating (and eat the results!).
New Adventures On this guided tour of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, you will see other cultures, beliefs and experiences that are shared through the eyes of the artist using paintings, drawings and sculptures. (starts at 10:15 am)
The Rec Rocks! Tour the UO Student Recreation Center, learn about their programs and jobs, and then be hands-on in three career areas:
aquatics/lifeguarding, rock wall/climbing instruction, and group fitness/personal training.
Get Crafty! Have fun learning to print images using ink and a baren, and take a tour of the UO Craft Center.
Fun with Fossils While on this guided, hands-on tour of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, you will learn exciting details about
fossils, rocks, animal bones and other natural materials.
Inside the Arena Bowl Tour the Matt Knight Arena. Learn what it takes to operate this 12,000+ seat arena that hosts concerts, sports,
rodeos and trucks!
How Sweet it is Join UO chefs to learn and practice the fine art of cookie decorating (and eat the results!).
Adventure Ahead Take a guided adventure through the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, where you will experience other cultures and beliefs through the eyes of painters and sculptures from around the world. (starts at 11:15 am)
Inside Athletics: It’s More Than Playing Ball! Tour the Casanova and the Moshofsky Centers and meet the folks who work to
make the Ducks champions! UO Athletics employs over 200 people who help make it all happen without throwing a ball! (starts at 11:15 am)
Inside the Arena Bowl Tour the Matt Knight Arena. Learn what it takes to operate this 12,000+ seat arena that hosts concerts, sports,
rodeos and trucks!
Let’s Play for Life Join in the power of P.E., as you participate in fitness activities designed for university students. Have fun and do it UO style!
Setting the Stage Go backstage and check out the remodeled UO Theatre and the Department of Theatre Arts Costume Design Shop and Scene Shop. Don a hat or transform yourself with a mask! Meet the people who make the costumes. Art isn’t just for painters!
Lights! Camera! Action! Take part in a mock television production at the Knight Library Media Services.
How Sweet it is Join UO chefs to learn and practice the fine art of cookie decorating (and eat the results!).
It’s All About Brain Power Join a group of scientists in their lab. Check out a human brain and get your hands on some non-human ones! Tour the Lewis Center for Neuroimaging and view equipment that records electrical brain activity.
Serious Ride Along Step into the world of work for the UO police by joining an officer for a ride around in an official police cruiser.(1 & 1:30 pm)
Inside the UO Police Department Take a walk through the UO Police department and learn how they work to keep 5,000 employees and 25,000 students protected and safe. (starts at 1:05 pm and 1:35 pm).
It’s All About Brain Power Join a group of scientists in their lab. Check out a human brain and get your hands on some non-human ones! Tour the Lewis Center for Neuroimaging and view equipment that records electrical brain activity.
Lights! Camera! Action! Take part in a mock television production at the Knight Library Media Services.
How Sweet it is Join UO chefs to learn and practice the fine art of cookie decorating (and eat the results!).
Go Live on the Air! Visit a real working radio station, and take a turn being DJ; playing music and talking on the radio!
FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS, PLEASE CALL (541) 346-3159.
An equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act
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Thursday, April 23, 2015
2015 Theme: #MPOWR Knowledge + Choice = Strength
12 pm

Events and Recognition Programs

 

Employee Recognition Awards

 

Motivating and recognizing employees is vital to the development of an effective and positive work environment. Employees’ service help to make the UO a special place to learn, teach, work and live.

Recognition Programs Calendar 2014-15

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Recognition Programs Calendar 2014-15
Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition
Date: December 3, 2014 Wednesday Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm Location: EMU Ballroom
Classified Employees Years of Service Recognition
Date: December 17, 2014 Wednesday Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Location: EMU Ballroom
Twenty-five Years of Service Luncheon honoring Classified Employees
Date: February 11, 2015 Wednesday Time: 12 pm – 1:30 pm Location: By Invitation Only
Recognition Award for Outstanding Classified and Officers of Administration
Date: April 14, 2015, Tuesday Time: 3:30 – 5 pm Location: Gerlinger Alumni Lounge
UO Retirement Reception Date: June 10, 2015 Wednesday Time: 3:15 – 5 pm Location: JSMA Papé Reception Hall
- Other Programs -
Classified Employees Fall Meeting with the President and Senior Administrators
Date: November 18, 2014 Tuesday
Time: 2-4 pm
Location: FAC Giustina Ballroom
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
Date: April 23, 2015 Thursday
Time: 8:30 am kick-off in the PE & Recreation Bonus Room
Classified Employees Spring Meeting with the President and Senior Administrators
Date: May 20, 2015 Wednesday
Time: 12-2 pm
Location: EMU Ballroom
Each event is sponsored by the Office of Human Resources and is open to all faculty and staff, with a couple exceptions that are organized in collaboration with the Classified Staff Training & Development Advisory Committee (CSTDAC): 1) The two CE Meetings with the President and Senior Administrators are open to classified employees and the president’s senior administrators; and 2) The Twenty-five YOS Luncheon is by invitation to respective Deans, Directors and Department Heads, and classified employees with 25+ years of service.
If you have questions please contact: Kathy Cooks, HR Special Programs Coordinator
University of Oregon, 677 East 12th, Suite 400, 97403 (541) 346-2939 Email: kcooks@uoregon.edu

Outstanding Employee Awards

image of a compass piint at the word excellence

Learn more about this year's distinguished panel of award winners.

2016 Outstanding Employee Award Recipients


Award Criteria

Human Resources facilitates an annual employee recognition program to honor and acknowledge excellence at work. Outstanding Employee Awards recognize officers of administration and classified staff who:

  • demonstrate excellence on the job, and
  • exemplify key components of the university mission, and
    • critical thinking
    • effective reasoning
    • clear communication
    • creativity
    • act ethically
  • foster admiration among colleagues, and
  • model high performance standards.

Award recipients are UO employees who embody the mission of the university, produce quality work, and consistently display characteristics valued and appreciated by coworkers.  They are a reliable compass continually pointing the university in the direction of its goals and aspirations. 

To be considered, the nominee should exhibit on-the-job performance that fulfills the following criteria:

  • Build Community
    Promotes a sense of community (within work group, department/unit, or across campus) by bringing groups/individuals together for a common purpose.
  • Promote Inclusivity
    Welcomes and values diversity of opinions in discussions, demonstrates tolerance of others, considers accessibility, diversity and inclusivity in aspects of job assignments, enhances the campus climate, adheres to respectful workplace expectations.
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities
    Provides on-going high quality performance, directs people to resources, sees work assignments from a big picture point-of-view, seeks to improve university operations, handles difficult situations and assignments well, personifies dependability.  [This criterion does not require supervisory responsibilities or formal supervisor designation. Any employee who displays leadership skills meets this criterion.]
  • Exemplify mission
    Embodies the UO mission statement, purpose, vision and values, advances the priorities of his/her unit and department through completion of work assignments, recognizes his/her role in achieving university goals, motivated by the university’s pursuit of being a comprehensive public research university committed to exceptional teaching, discovery, and service. 

Nomination Process

Any UO employee can nominate an officer of administration (OA) or classified employee for an Outstanding Employee Award.  Nominations are submitted through a two part process:

  1. Submit a Nomination Form to formally nominate an OA or classified member for consideration, and
  2. Submit Letters of Support for the nominee.

The nomination process takes place in the fall of each year.

Selection Process

Outstanding Employee Award recipients are selected by a committee comprised of OAs and classified staff.  Committee members are obtained from the following sources: OA and classified Senate representatives, Classified Staff Training and Development Advisory Committee (CSTDAC), OA Council, and diversity committees.  The committee also includes a representative from Human Resources (Chief Human Resources Officer or her designee).  The Employee Engagement Manager facilitates the selection process.

The committee makes selection decisions based on the information submitted on the nomination form and in the letters of support.  Award recipients are determined by their demonstrated ability to meet the established criteria as detailed and explained in the nomination materials.  Committee members do not seek additional information on nominees to make final decisions.  Detailed information about a nominee as described by those submitting the nomination and contributing a letter of support is the determining factor. 

At least one OA and one classified staff will be honored each year.  The committee may choose to recognize multiple employees at its discretion.

The supervisor for each nominee is contacted by the Employee Engagement Manager to provide a supervisor response.  This response is intended to substantiate a nomination and ensure that employees meeting performance expectations are considered for this prestigious honor.  Employees with performance concerns may be excluded from consideration.  The supervisor response is not used to collect additional information for the committee to consider in the selection process.  Supervisors contribute to a nominees consideration by submitting a letter of support in accordance with the nomination process. 


2016 Selection Committee

Jody Bleisch, CSTDAC Chair

Leslie Wolgamott, OA Council Chair

Kati Kronholm, VPFA Diversity Committee

Amanda Hatch, UO Senate

Jen Mirabile, HR Representative

 


Contact HR with questions about the Outstanding Employee Award program:

Sandee Bybee
Employee Engagement Manager
sandeeb@uoregon.edu
(541) 346-3000
 

Previous Outstanding Award Recipients

Description: 

2014
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Heidi Gese, Humanities Consortium
Cindy Ferguson, College of Business
Adam Jones, Enterprise Risk Services & Larry Peterson, Campus Operations
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Mandy Gettler, Center for Applied Second Language Studies
Julie Brown, Office of Strategic Communications
Outstanding
Classified Employees and Officers of Administration Recognition Award Recipients
These two recognition programs were specifically created to acknowledge excellence in officers of administration and classified employees. Each year, a selection committee comprised of faculty, administrators, classified and student representatives is formed to review the nominations and selects award recipients using the established criteria listed on the nomination applications. Using the criteria outlined in the application the selection committee bases its decision solely on the information provided on the two distinctive nomination applications and letters of support.
2013
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Jacob Bartruff, Geography
Richelle Chambers Krotts, Education Studies
Sabrina Leathers, Law
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Rebekah Hanley, Law
Ken Kato, Geography
2012
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Donna Miller, Counseling & Testing
Dave Stemple, Geological Sciences
Cindy Wiser, Human Physiology
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Jennifer Joslin, Academic Advising
Ryan Stock, Athletics
2011
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Marcy Dirckx
Tina Hammock
Cindy Nelson
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Rick Friedrich
Dale Smith
2010
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Chris Baird
Group Recognition: Raphelle Allison, Beki Holbrook, Lisa Montgomery,
Jenny Rouch and Rebecca Lynn
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Tracy Bars
Bill Kasper
Brandy Todd
2009
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Annie Elling
Sherry Stahl
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Erick Hoffman
Jessi Steward
Janet Stewart
2008
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Linda Miller
Becky Vaughan
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Herb Horner
Darrel Kau
Patty Valenzuela
2007
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Mandy Chong
Doug Clegg and Kathy Mangold
Frank Haworth
Cindy Smith
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Gordon Burke
Cindy FitzGerald
Vicki Strand
2006
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Kay Bailey
Susan Dickens
Kenny Gates
Robyn Hathcock
Doug Hodson
C. J. Nelson
Donna Williamson
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Stephanie Bosnyk
Jerry Dominy
Lori O’Hollaren
Janet Stewart
Paul Swangard
Debbie Thurman
2005
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Michael Bardossi
Dianne Bass
Chad Hartvigsen
Kathleen Heinz
Judy Hochhalter
Jim Horstrup
Patrick Neve
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Fumiko Breest
James Chang
Linda King
Susan Lesyk
Tom Mills
Judy Newman
2004
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
RaDonna Aymong
Neil Cambell, Art Corliss,
Jeff Gerot, Don Neet,
Del Smith, Jay Sahabdeen,
Larry Stromberg
Petra Hagen
Jim Rasmussen
Chingling Reed
Shawn Rubino
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Cris Cullinan
Greg Haider
Tammy Lutz
Chris Murray
Ginny Stark
Helen Stoop
2003
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Vera Kewene
Ann Menge
Leslie Sullivan
Alexandra ’Lexy’ Wellman
Elizabeth Wick
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Greg Kerber
Mary Rigby
Vicki Wanner
Laura Wille
2002
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Jami Barnes
Linda Campbell
Jim Horstrup
Lynn Woolfe
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
Coleen Ebert
Rebecca Goodrich
James Meacham
Marilyn Reid
2001
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Carol Kleinheksel
Mary Ellen Mansfield
Carla McNelly
Karyn Smith
Linda Walton
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Linda Kyhn
Marla Lowen
Fred Tepfer
Mark Turner
2000
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Debbie Burrington
Sheree_ Johnson
Terrie Penfold
Adam Yapp
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Leslie Bennett
Dorothy Grover
Anne Leavitt
Judith Ogasawara
1999
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
William Baxter
Douglas Gorder
Dennis Harrington
Abe Ocon
Ronald Stockman
David Espinoza
Marcia LeBlanc
Susan Hair
Claudia Vincent
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Vicki Bockes
Paul Csonka
Elaine Green
James Heiss
Jane Wagner
1998
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Sharla Davis
Bonnie Faulk
Tim Hehn
Suzanne von Kleist
Stephen Willow
OFFICER OF ADMINISTRATION
RECOGNITION AWARD
Stephanie Carnahan
Ronald Finley
Joanne Hugi
Joan Nelson
1997
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Teresa Benedict
Brett Giles
Nick Miller
Jerry Reese
Jane Spagnola
Sandra Stewart
Debbie Thurman
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Sharon Fox
Laurie Matsen
Mark Turner
1996
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Nancy Blake
Connie Tapp
Paul Jasheway
Kenny Ly
Georgia J. Scott
Tina Songer-Haynes
Daniel Wectawski
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Marjorie Bigelow
Rachele Raia
Gary A. Smith
Laura Willey
1995
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Pat Edwards
Carol Giantonio
Laurel Hanley
Marian Moser
Nancy Farmer
Juan Gonzalez
Sharon Leutschaft
Martina Versoza
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Jerry Dominy
Barbara Luton
Ceci LaFayette
Kathie Stanley
1994
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Velda Arnaud
Rebecca Boustead
Don Graling
Loo-Ann Grove
S. Joseph Harris
Mike Kraiman
Sherrie McArthur
Shelley Studer
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Gail Currin
Toby Joy Deemer
Linda Johnsen
Cathy Method
Joan Walker
1993
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Sheryll Benson
Katie Geiser
Sallie Kirkpatrick
Dennis Kunkel
Marilyn Martin
Ernie Rimerman
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Daralyn DeHaven-Murdoch
Lori Jirges
Tim King
Jim Lacock
Shirien Stevens
1992
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Dianna DuClos
Karyn Kaplan
LaVerne Norman
Linda Ritchie
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Donna Franklin
Colette Freitag
Larry Tergesen
1991
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Betty Nichols
Raymond Palacios
Rebecca Pardo
Jennifer Rowan
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Molly Drahn
Robert Gault
Sandra Lebow
Carol Rydbom
1990
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Shelly Carlson
Deanne DuFresne
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Rodney Bowman
Dawne Dougherty
James Heiss
1989
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Nancy McKaughan
Hazel Powell
Maxine Lee
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Carol Babb
Edith Hise
1988
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Chris Stole
Bud Bauman
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Virginia Byford
Carol Cox
Rebecca Hoglund
1987
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Connie Hixson
Nancy Nathanson
Suzie Prichard
Theron Savelich
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Sandra Hill
Wayne Merritt
Shirien Stevens
1986
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Barbara Butler
Susie Endow
William Mumbach
MANAGEMENT SERVICE
RECOGNITION AWARD
Barbara Korando
Jack Steward

2016 Outstanding Employee Award Selection Committee

Outstanding Employee Award recipients are selected by a committee comprised of officers of administration (OA)s and classified staff.  Committee members are obtained from the following sources: OA and classified Senate representatives, Classified Staff Training and Development Advisory Committee (CSTDAC), OA Council, and diversity committees.  The committee also includes a representative from Human Resources (Chief Human Resources Officer or her designee).  The Employee Engagement Manager facilitates the selection process.

2016 Selection Committee

Jody Bleisch, CSTDAC Chair

Leslie Wolgamott, OA Council Chair

Kati Kronholm, VPFA Diversity Committee

Amanda Hatch, UO Senate

Jen Mirabile, HR Representative

 

2016 Outstanding Employee Award Winners

Congratulations to this year's distinguished panel of Outstanding Award recipients:

picture of barbara arena-crandall

Barbara Arena-Crandall
Early Childhood Associate Teacher
Early Childhood CARES

Barabara exemplifies the UO community spirit each and every day as she delivers special education to children in need across Lane County. Barbara is an early childhood teacher with Early Childhood CARES.  Her leadership in the classroom is deeply valued.  One supporter said “she leads the team in a gentle way, taking input freely and achieving consensus and unified vision for how the classroom should run.”  Those who nominated Barbara for this award describe the challenges of her work as she provides critical development opportunities for preschoolers heavily impacted by autism spectrum disorder.  Her ability to adjust her teaching style and methodologies to the individual needs of each child is remarkable and admired by her coworkers.  Her classroom is described as “a living demonstration of best practice teaching strategies.” Barbara demonstrates in her work that the combination of technical expertise and interpersonal effectiveness delivers excellence on the job.

Craig Ashford

Craig Ashford
Assistant General Counsel and Interim Director
Office of General Counsel and
Purchasing and Contracting Services

Craig, who many know through the general counsel office, has embraced the meaning of leadership stepping into the interim director role in Purchasing and Contracting Services facilitating transformative change.  His recognition is unique in that his nomination was spearheaded by his colleagues in Purchasing and Contracting.  This is a genuine reflection of the qualities of leadership and community that Craig demonstrates in his work.  He is described as a servant leader who makes sure everyone has a seat at the table and is given a chance to speak.  This statement from one of his colleagues paints an excellent picture of Craig in action, “I have quite a bit of admiration for Craig’s ability to encourage creativity and problem solving from all members of the team.  He makes everyone feel included and respected.  While expecting our best and giving us tools and support to reach our best.”

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Alicia De Gonzalez
Divisional Personnel and Budget Specialist for the Social Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences

Alicia works day in and day out as a budget specialist in the College of Arts and Sciences.  She is considered a go-to person for the programs and department managers within CAS division of social sciences.  Her expertise both in her day-to-day work and the various committees across campus she has served on is sought out and valued.  Alicia is described as the herder of all cat herders; it is her disposition that sets her apart and deeply impacts those around her.  One supporter said “No matter how busy she is, she always has a minute and a smile for the people she works with and supports.”  Another offered this, “Alicia has an incredible work ethic and high standards, which she expects of others around her.  But she is also someone who everyone likes and enjoys in the office because of her good humor, easy going personality, and willingness to help with any task.” 

rebecca flynn

Rebecca Flynn
Co-Director
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics

Rebecca received high accolades from her nominators and supporters.  Rebecca is described as an energetic, creative and enormously competent leader who has helped make the Wayne Morris Center for Law and Politics one of UO’s most dynamic and respected programs. 

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Zudegi Giordano
Office Coordinator
Planning, Public Policy and Management

Zudegi is the office coordinator for Planning, Public Policy and Management.  Her work is broadly recognized as impeccable and thorough, but it is her presence and devotion to every individual who crosses her path that leaves a lasting impression on those around her.  One of her many cheerleaders said, “She considers no issue, problem, or concern as being too little or unimportant and is focused on promoting opportunity for all students.”  In fact, students often describe leaving interactions with her feeling empowered and call them Zudegi-moments.  She has a unique ability to connect with students, faculty and staff providing critical support and expertise while also making each person feel important. 

amy harter

Amy Harter
Academic Programs Assistant
Department of Education Studies

Amy is an academic program assistant in the department of education studies.  She is revered in her department for her dependability, hard work, and boundless support of the graduate students in the program.  Her innovation developed data retrieval method for the program staff to target specific students into scholarship recommendations and other university opportunities.  This has resulted in increased funding and resources for well over half of the students in the program.  One of her colleagues shared, “Amy works tirelessly for our program.  I’m not sure she knows another way to be.  I often feel she is the glue that holds it all together.  I have so much respect and appreciation for her.  There is no one more deserving of this award.”

suzie heilman

Suzie Heilman
Housing and Homestay Coordinator
American English Institute

Suzie is recognized as an outstanding employee in large part because of the successful home stay program she has helped build in American English Institute.  Research has shown that international students often have difficulty acculturating and building relationships outside of their own cultural groups, which can impact student success.  The attention to detail and deep care Suzie gives to connecting students with host families lessens the challenges AEI students encounter and assists them with becoming a part of the campus and local community, which improves their overall success.  Suzie is described as the ultimate matchmaker as she gleans information from students and host families to create connection.  While her expertise with recruiting and screening is duly noted, Suzie brings a level of kindness and professionalism that defines the home stay program at AEI.

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Karyn Kaplan
Zero Waste Program Manager
Campus Operations

Karyn works tirelessly across campus, leading hundreds of student employees over the years, to promote recycling and deliver on our university value of sustainable living.  One of her champions says, “The Zero Waste program and its contributions to the mission of the university would not be what it is today had it not been for Karyn’s commitment and passion for making a difference in the world and in people’s lives.”  Karyn is a regarded as an expert in her field, and her work is being modeled at a number of universities around the country and across the globe.  To quote another supporter,  “Her passion for her mission is greatly inspiring, she sticks with it, firmly grounded ethically in the reasons to recycle.” The program Karyn leads is diverting 59% of the universities waste to reuse, recycle or waste reduction on campus. 

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Nick Mahlum
Office Specialist 2
Department of History

Nick serves graciously as the face of the Department of History sitting front and center in the department’s main office. Nick is a master of promoting inclusivity among the office staff.  He greets every person who walks through the door with a smile and a genuine, ‘Hello, how are you?’” Nick models consistency, dependability and approachability as he goes about his work, but it is the effort he makes going above and beyond wearing many hats as he supports faculty, students and staff.  He remains cheerful, approachable and helpful even under stress.  One Nick supporter echoed the sentiments of being by saying “Nick is always on the ball and someone we all want in our corner.”

beth roy

Beth Roy
Executive Administrative Assistant
Art Department

Beth Roy as the Executive Administrative Assistant, "the center of everything," is integrally involved in every aspect of the Art Department. It is the mix of her professionalism and personal connection that makes her one of the department’s most valuable assets.  Her contributions are evident in the department’s work product as described by one supporter, “Beth consistently provides support that goes above and beyond what is expected in order to not only make a project happen but improve how it happens so that it can be even better next time.  She works as an intermediary between faculty and staff paving a smooth pathway for community connections to flourish.”  In Beth’s nominations materials, she was paid one of the highest compliments.  Beth is described as “good keeper of a respectful workplace.” 

karyn schultz

Karyn Schultz
Administrative Program Assistant
American English Institute

Karyn works diligently to make the international students enrolled in AEI feel welcome and at home.  She bridges the physical distance between the various parts of AEI endlessly striving to share information and facilitate communication.  One supporter wrote, “She strives for excellence in everything she does and is a great encouragement to others to do the same.”  Karyn’s commitment to doing whatever it takes to get the job done is recognized and admired by those around her.  Her contributions are best summed by this statement shared by another supporter, “She is always professional, eager to solve problems with a win-win solution and seeks the ethical decision when making decisions.”

leslie stephenson

Leslie Stephenson
Coordinator of Finance and Operations
College of Education

Leslie is the Coordinator of Finance and Operations for Counseling Psychology and Human Services.  She is recognized for outstanding work in a complex environment. The faculty consistently report that she is creative and intelligent in her problem solving strategies, gracious in her attempts to help students, staff and faculty and she is always friendly and positive.  One of Leslie’s many supporters says, “In her work and professional interactions, she embodies excellence, critical thinking, sound reasoning, ethical decision making, and strong leadership skills.”  Above and beyond Leslie’s demonstrated knowledge and skill, her supporters indicate that she brings her sense of humor to her work, which allows everyone she works with to feel more positive about the work environment.

cynthia stockwell

Cynthia Stockwell
Office Manager/Project Manager
Department of Comparative Literature

Cynthia strives to build community between graduate and undergraduates students in the Comparative Literature Department through her development of a mentorship program.  She wears many hats as an Office Manager and Project manager and is described by her colleagues as one of the most committed people to the mission of the public university they know.  Cynthia has brought technical expertise to the department’s work making meaningful impact through numerous projects.  While valued for her boundless knowledge and commitment to education, Cynthia is also recognized for her leadership.  Her supporters say that she is a gracious and tireless leader who leads by example.  This quote really captures who Cynthia is and what she brings to the university, “Cynthia has chosen to devote her considerable gifts—her intelligence, her mental agility, her capability, her strength of character, and her patience—to fostering the life of the mind.”

 

2016 Retirement Reception

retirement celebration message

 

2016 Retirement Reception

Human Resources invites you to the
UO Retirement Recognition Reception.

Join in the campus event celebrating the service of those who have retired or will retire this academic year.

 

 


 

Event Contact

Kathy Cooks, HR Event and Programs Coordinator
541-346-2939
kcooks@uoregon.edu

Retirement Reception Archive

Date: June 16, 2011 Thursday
Time: 3:15 - 5 pm
Location: Papé Reception Hall, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

This event is cherished across campus. We take time to honor employees for their many years of loyal service to the University of Oregon.

Invitation to Campus 2014 Retirement Reception

Description: 

                UO Retirement Recognition Reception

Papé Reception Hall, J.S. Museum of Art

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

3:15 - 5:00 p.m.

Special acknowledgment by President Michael Gottfredson at 3:45 p.m.

                                 

The following retirees will be attending the reception. Please join us in honoring them for their many years of loyal service to the University of Oregon.

Molly Bedortha, University Health Center, 7½ Years

Terry Blomquist, School of Architecture & Allied Arts, 27 Years

Nancy Bray, College of Education, 5 Years

Deborah Carver, UO Libraries, 24 Years

David Conley, College of Education, 25 Years

John Crosiar, Digital & Social Media Communications, 34 Years

Carole Daly, University Advancement, 27 Years

Bruce Eveland, Erb Memorial Union, 13 Years

Connie French, Information Services, 27 Years

Debra George, University Health Center, 27 Years

Carl Gustafson, Office of Admissions, 34 Years

Joni Herbst, UO Libraries, 20 Years

Katia Jimenez, Business Affairs Office, 26 Years

Robert Jones, Information Services, 25½ Years

Edward Kame’enui, College of Education, 25 Years

Diana Longworth, Printing & Mailing Services, 27 Years

Christy McMannis, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, 33½ Years

Shelley E. Merello, Department of Romance Languages, 25 Years

Linda J. Miller, Office of Admissions, 42 Years

Sherwood Nash, Campus Operations, 27 Years

Carolee Von Shillagh, Services for Student Athletes, 17 Years

LiDoña Wagner, College of Education, 15 Years

Hank Wilson, UO Libraries, 31 Years

                                                                                               

 

2013-14 Retirees

The following retirees will not be attending the retirement reception.

They asked that we announce their retirement.

 

Daniel Barnes, Athletics, 8 Years

Louise Bishop, Clark Honors College, 27  Years

Eric Brandt, Athletics, 20½ Years

Sheri Donahoe, University Housing, 28  Years

Farrell Ford, Graduate Internship Program, 3 Years

Deborah Fowler, University Housing, 21  Years

James Gilmour, Financial Aid & Scholarships, 35 Years

Tari Hannah, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, 16 Years

William Harmon, UO Libraries, 29 Years

Star Holmberg, Computer & Information Science, 23½ Years

Janice Inouye, Erb Memorial Union, 29 Years

Alan Johnston, College of Arts and Sciences, 28 Years

Patricia Krier, Museum of Natural & Cultural History, 41 Years

Karen Lawrence, College of Education, 21 Years

Mark Levy, School of Music & Dance, 27 Years

Suzanne Makita, Unclassified Personnel Services, 12 Years

Cathryn Phelps, American English Institute, 17 Years

Jennifer Rowan-Henry, UO Libraries, 27 Years

William Ryan, School of Journalism & Communication, 26 Years

Donna Schimmer, Financial Aid & Scholarships, 13 Years

Tomoko Sekiguchi, School of Architecture & Allied Arts, 28 Years

Richard “Dick” Sloan, College of Business, 7 Years

Pam Sutton, Center for the Study of Women in Society, 9 Years

Jane Wagner, College of Education, 28 Years

      

Retirement Program Sponsor: Office of Human Resources

Invitation to Campus 2013

Description: 
UO Retirement Recognition Reception Papé Reception Hall, J.S. Museum of Art Thursday, June 13, 2013 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. Special acknowledgment by President Michael Gottfredson at 3:45 p.m. The following employees will be a ttending the reception. Please jo in us in honoring them for their many years of lo yal service to the Un iversity of Oregon. David Atkins, Computer & Information Science, 12 Years Kim Barker, University Health Center, 27 Years Estelle Brunner, Office of the Registrar, 34 Years Patricia Bryan, American English Institute, 24 Years Debbie Burrington, College of Arts and Sciences, 24 Years Eric Bylund, Technical Science Administration, 31 Years Judi Byrum, UO Libraries, 34 Years Lynda Calkins, University Health Center, 24 Years Coleen Ebert, School of Journalism & Communication, 17 Years Toshi Elliott, University Housing, 12 Years Gale Fogelstrom, College of Education, 32 Years Polly Habliston, School of Law, 28½ Years Petra Hagen, School of Journalism & Communication, 33 Years Laurel Hanley, Physical Education and Recreation, 31 Years Mary Hite (Bradley), Information Services, 39 Years Elaine Jones , College of Education, 34 Years Judith Kehoe, University Health Center, 20 Years Linda King, Human Resources, 31 Years Jim Leinen, Technical Assistance and Consulting Services/WRRC, 24 Years Curtis Lind, Academic Extension, 36 Years Cynthea McIntosh, Budget and Resource Planning, 30 Years Joyce Nims, College of Education, 32 Years Terrie Scharfer, University Housing, 9 Years Anita Tanner, University Health Center, 13 Years David Walker, University Housing, 28 Years Elaine Wigget, Center for High Energy Physics, 17 Years ® 2012-13 Retirees The following retirees wi ll not be attending the retirement reception. They asked that we announce their retirement. Gloria Bailey, Athletics, 29 Years Ann Bettman, School of Architectu re and Allied Art, 36 Years Patrick Burns, Academic Extension, 5 Years Jon Davies, Counseling and Testing Center, 17 Years Kathleen Heinz, College of Education, 13 Years Mark Henry, Campus Operations, 15 Years Dennis Howard, College of Business, 28 Years Fely Hurst, University Housing, 18 Years Laura Johnson, University Health Center, 10 Years Kathleen Karlyn, Department of English & Cinema Studies, 20 Years Terry Kneen, College of Education, 25 Years Donna Laue, Department of English, 8 Years Linda Lewis, College of Education, 20 Years Shelley Lowery, University Advancement, 25 Years Robert Melnick, School of Architecture and Allied Art, 31 Years Hana Midkiff, College of Education, 11 Years Susan Primak, College of Education, 14 Years Mary Storr, University Development, 11 Years Randy Swangard, College of Business, 25 Years Marcus Widenor, Labor Education and Research Center, 29 Years Celeste Wiedeman, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, 19 Years Donald Williams, Information Services, 36 Years Retirement Program Sponsor: Human Resources

Invitation to Campus June 2012

Description: 

Please join us as we take time to honor 55 retirees for their years of loyal service to the University of Oregon.  The retirees will be acknowledged with a special presentation by Interim President Robert Berdahl at 3:45 pm.

UO Retirement Recognition Reception

Date: June 14, 2012 ~ Thursday

Time: 3:15-5:00 pm

Location: Papé Reception Hall, J.S. Museum of Art
 

For a list of the 2011-12 retirees who will be attending the recognition and those not in attendance who asked us to announce their retirement, visit the Human Resources website at:

 

http://hr.uoregon.edu/work-life-resources/recognition/retirement-reception/attachments/invitation-campus-2012

Hosted by: Human Resources

2017 Retirement Reception

retirement celebration message

2017 Retirement Reception

Human Resources invites you to the UO Retirement Recognition Reception.

Join in the campus event celebrating the service of those who have retired or will retire this academic year.


Event Contact

Sandee Bybee
HR Employee Engagement and Communications Manager
(541) 346-3000
sandeeb@uoregon.edu

Years of Service Annual Reception

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Years of Service Reception

Human Resources hosted honorees at this employee recognition event in celebration of reaching a major milestone in years of service* at the University of Oregon.

List of Honorees

*Human Resources determines years of service using the calendar date of December 31, 2016 and the employment dates in the university's Banner HRIS system.  Honorees include employees who have reached an increment of five years of service (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, etc.).


Congratulations and thank you to all employees who reached major anniversary milestones in 2016. 

For those who attended the receptions, the drawings for prizes is completed with the list of winners now available.  Photos are also accessible through OneDrive.  Use the links below to view prize winners and browse the photo library.

 


Event Information

This event is held annually to celebrate employees who reached major anniversary milestones the previous calendar year.  Invitations to a reception are typically generated by Human Reosurces in January of each year.  Service lapel pins and certificates, if requested, are distributed to all honorees regardless of participation in the reception.

This is a come and go event.  Honorees and their guests may arrive and depart at anytime during the event.  The receptions provide honorees the opportunity to socialize with their guests and other honorees while taking part in activities celebrating their service. 

A small presentation, including comments from President Schill, will take place towards the middle of each event--Wednesday around 9am and Thursday around 4pm.


Event Contact

Sandee Bybee, Engagement and Communications Manager
sandeeb@uoregon.edu
(541) 346-3000

Years of Service Recognition for Classified Employees and Officers of Administration

Log-in to view photo galleries from our past Years of Service events.

Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition

Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition 2014

OA President and VP Unit List 2014

File attachments: 
Description: 

Years of Service Reception to Recognize
Officers of Administration
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Erb Memorial Union, Ballroom
List of Honorees by Unit
Scott Coltrane, Interim President
Department Honoree Title Years
President's Office Nancy Fish, Finance & Human Resources Manager 35
Robin Holmes, Vice President for Student Life
Department Honoree Title Years
Counseling & Testing Center David Espinoza, Assistant Director Testing Center 25
Counseling & Testing Center Ron Miyaguchi, Senior Staff Psychologist 15
Dean of Students Operations Sheryl Eyster, Associate Dean of Students 15
Erb Memorial Union Suzanne Hanlon, Assistant Outdoor Program Coord 15
Erb Memorial Union Steven Linster, Business Manager 10
Physical Education and Recreation Peg Rees, Associate Dir, Physical Education 30
University Health Center Daralyn DeHaven-Murdoch, Finance & Personnel Admin 40
University Health Center Karen Dyste, Athletic Trainer 15
University Health Center Victoria Skellcerf, University Physician 15
University Housing Kevin Hatfield, Assistant Dir of Residence Life 20
Vice President Student Life Michelle Brown, Assistant Dir Sys & Infrastructure 15
Brad Shelton, Interim VP for Research and Innovation
Department Honoree Title Years
Advancement of Women Chemists Cmte Priscilla Lewis, Program Manager 15
Aquatic Animal Care Services Timothy Mason, Manager, Zebrafish Facility 25
Institute Ecology & Evolution Operations Sara Nash, Office and Business Manager 15
Research Finance & Business Administration Melodi Jayne, Business Manager-Rsch Cores 10
Sponsored Projects Services Linda Adkins, Award Set-Up Administrator 10
Sponsored Projects Services Robert Lawson, Associate Director Post-Award 15
Teaching & Learning Center Trisha Travers, Reading Coordinator 10
Vice President Research Moira Kiltie, Senior Asst VP Rsch/Chief of Staff 10
Roger Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment Management
Department Honoree Title Years
Admissions Kirk Koenig, Senior Assoc Dir for Operations 15
Rob Mullens, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Department Honoree Title Years
Intercollegiate Athletics Jim Bartko, Executive Sr Associate Athletic Director 25
Intercollegiate Athletics Bill Clever, Executive Asst AD, Compliance 15
Intercollegiate Athletics Jeff Eberhart, Associate Director of Development 20
Intercollegiate Athletics Mary Ellen Mansfield, Assistant AD-Budget & Business Svcs 15
Intercollegiate Athletics Holly Santos, Assistant AD, DAF Operations 10
Intercollegiate Athletics Nils Schyllander, Head Men's Tennis Coach 15
Jamie Moffitt, Vice President for Finance & Administration
Department Honoree Title Years
Affirmative Action Annie Bentz, Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity Specialist 15
Budget and Resource Planning Randy Hale, Senior Financial Analyst 25
Business Affairs Office Daniel Patten, Accounts Payable Manager 25
Campus Operations James Fleck, Zero Waste Operations Manager 15
Campus Operations George Hecht, Associate VP, Campus Operations 25
Campus Operations William Kasper, Purchasing & Contract Manager 15
Campus Operations Delbert McGee, Utilities Distribution Supv 25
Campus Operations Leo McIvor, Custodial Supervisor 10
Campus Planning & Real Estate Christine Thompson, Planning Associate 15
Enterprise Risk Services Krista Dillon, Assistant Director Emergency Management 10
Human Resources Diana Sobczynski, Human Resources Analyst 10
Police Department Scott Cameron, Sergeant 15
Unclassified Personnel Services Sonia Potter, Director 20
Vice President Finance & Admin Greg Stripp, Associate VP Administration/COS 20
Michael Andreasen, Vice President for University Advancement
Department Honoree Title Years
Development Annual Giving Kate Feeney, Associate Dir Const Engage AGP 10
Development Comm Ops Melody Leslie, Senior Assoc Dir Operations 10
Development Gift Planning Lynn Cole, Assistant Dir, Gift Planning 15
International Advancement John Manotti, Assistant VP International Advancement 20
Prospect Management Analytics Maureen Procopio, Director Prospect Mgt & Analytics 15
Stewardship Jeff Brown, Assistant Director of Stewardship 15
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Frances Bronet, Acting Senior Vice President and Provost
Department Honoree Title Years
Academic Advising Operations Lori Manson, Assistant Director, Interim Director 10
Academic Affairs Barbara Altmann, Senior Vice Prov of Academic Affairs 25
Academic Affairs Kenneth Doxsee, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs 25
Academic Extension Ariel Brazfield, Program Manager 15
Academic Extension Sarah Conley, Program Manager 10
Academic Extension Heather Fisher, Operations Manager 20
Academic Extension Ruth Heller, Program Manager 15
Academic Extension Thomas Pargeter, Program Manager 25
Academic Extension Linda Smith, Program Manager 15
Academic Extension Lisa Sorenson, Program Manager 15
Academic Extension Kathy Thomas, Program Coord Conference Services 10
Architecture & Allied Arts Kassia Dellabough, Director of PODS, Senior Program Manager 15
Architecture & Allied Arts Brook Muller, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 10
Architecture & Allied Arts, Portland Program Kate Wagle, Associate Dean & Director 20
Biology Misty McLean-Schurbon, Senior Biology Tchg Lab Preparator 10
Biology Lynne Romans, Public Relations Specialist 10
Business, College of James Bean, Senior Assoc Dean Academic Prog 10
Business, College of Kurt Zimmerman, Senior Director of Dev LCB 15
Center for Applied Second Language Mandy Gettler, Associate Director 10
COE Technology & Info Mgmt Ken Loge, Assistant Dir of Info & Instr Tech 15
Computer & Information Science Janice Saunders, Office Manager 30
Computer & Inofrmation Science Matt Bell, Lead Cont Analyst Prod Coordinator 10
Family and Human Services Christi Boyter, Academic Adviser 15
Family and Human Services Randall Martin, Academic Adviser 15
First Year Programs Amy Hughes Giard, Assistant Dir First Yr Programs 15
Geological Science Operations Vicki Arbeiter, Department Manager 10
German and Scandinavian Barbara Ver West, Office Manager 10
Human Physiology Anni Elling, Office and Business Manager 10
Information Services Jose Dominguez, Network Architect & Asst Dir Net Eng 20
Information Services Stephany Freeman, Senior Enterprise Data Asset Manager 20
Information Services Micah Sardell, Director of Systems & Operations 10
Information Technology Ben Brinkley, Assistant Dir CAS IT Web Services 10
International Affairs Marj Biehler, Administrative Coord Study Abroad Programs 25
International Affairs Stephen Wooten, Associate VP and Study Abroad Director 15
Law, School of Will Glasson, Associate Dir, External Relations 10
Law, School of Rebekah Hanley, Assistant Dean 10
Law, School of Mary Ann Hyatt, Director, Law Library 10
Law, School of Larry Seno, Assistant Dean of Admissions 10
Psychology George Helbling, Coordinator of Business Operations 10
Psychology Robert Mauro, Vice Chair UO IRB Committee 30
School of Music & Dance Rick Blake, Stage-Production Mgr/Instrument Tech 15
School of Music & Dance Anne Merydith, Executive Asst to the Dean 10
Support Serv for Student Athletes Shirley Brabham, Office Manager/Tutor Coordinator 10
Support Serv for Student Athletes David Salmon, Math/Science Learning Specialist 10
Teaching & Learning Center Kalindi Devi-Dasi, Assistant Office Manager 15
UO Libraries Manuel Balesteri, Library Facilities & Bus Serv Manager 10
UO Libraries Gregory Doyle, Elect Resource Program Manager 10
UO Libraries Xiaotong Wang, Chinese Studies Specialist 25
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At this annual event the honorees can pick-up their years of service lapel pins just inside the entrance of the EMU Ballroom. The YOS certificates and lapel pins will be mailed to the honorees that are unable to attend the reception.
An invitation was extended to the honorees with 25, 30, 35 and 40 years of service, inviting them to share some reflections about their time at the UO, and to receive their years of service certificate and lapel pin from Interim President Coltrane. The presentation will begin at 11:30 am. Refreshments will be provided.
Please note: Human Resources determines years of service using the calendar date of December 31, 2014 and the employment dates housed in the university’s Banner HRIS. In some cases, the system includes student employment or employment from other state agencies.
The UO Years of Service reception to recognize classified employees will be held December 17, 2014, from
11 am – 12:30 pm in the EMU Ballroom. Faculty and staff are encouraged to join the celebration.
University Sponsor: Office of Human Resources
For questions, contact Kathy Cooks, HR Special Programs Coordinator
346‐2939 or kcooks@uoregon.edu
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Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition 2013

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Years of Service Reception to Recognize
Officers of Administration
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Erb Memorial Union, Ballroom
List of Honorees by Unit
Michael Gottfredson, President
Department Honoree Title Years
General Counsel Randy Geller, General Counsel to the Univ 10
President's Office *David Hubin, Sr Assistant to the President 35
President's Office Staci Knabe, Exec Asst to the President 10
Rob Mullens, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Department Honoree Title Years
Intercollegiate Athletics Jen Beck, Head Women's Lacrosse Coach 10
Intercollegiate Athletics Eric Brandt, Dir, Food & Hospitality Svcs 20
Intercollegiate Athletics Rob Bray, Assoc Women's Lacrosse Coach 10
Intercollegiate Athletics Leanne Brooks, Asst AD Academic Eligibility 15
Intercollegiate Athletics Gary Campbell, Assistant Football Coach 30
Intercollegiate Athletics Lance Deal, Dir Track&Field Venues&PgmSupp 10
Intercollegiate Athletics Geoff Ginther, Asst Strength & Cond Coach 25
Intercollegiate Athletics Clay Jamieson, Athletic Trainer 15
Intercollegiate Athletics John Neal, Assistant Football Coach 10
Intercollegiate Athletics Jeff Nunes, GM Concessions, Autzen & Moshofsky 15
Intercollegiate Athletics Don Pellum, Assistant Head Football Coach 20
Intercollegiate Athletics Kevin Steil, Assoc Dir Ath Med/Football 20
Intercollegiate Athletics Vicki Strand, Dir of Athletic Events Svcs 15
Intercollegiate Athletics Kim Terrell, Assoc Dir Athletic Medicine 10
Roger Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment Management
Department Honoree Title Years
Admissions Diana Defferding, Sr Asst Dir for Processing 15
Financial Aid & Scholarships *James Gilmour, Associate Director 35
Financial Aid & Scholarships Joshua Puhn, Assistant Director 10
Financial Aid & Scholarships Judy Saling, Assistant Director 10
Registrar Kathleen Birkholz, Asst Registrar Finance & Admin 10
Robin Holmes, Vice President for Student Affairs
Department Honoree Title Years
Career Center Clarice Wilsey, Senior Career Counselor 15
Dean of Students Brandy Teel, Director, ASUO Women's Center 10
Erb Memorial Union Mary Farrington, Grant Writer 15
Erb Memorial Union Mary McAllister, Early Childhood Mentor Teacher 15
Physical Education and Recreation Brent Harrison, Assoc Dir, Recreation Progs 20
University Health Center *Jan Collins, X-Ray Dept Supervisor 25
University Health Center James Mough, Medical Lab Supervisor 15
University Housing Doug Lang, Commissary Kitchen Chef/Mgr 10
University Housing David Rodgers, Facilities Manager 10
Scott Coltrane, Interim Senior Vice President and Provost
Department Honoree Title Years
Academic Advising William Morrill, Assistant Director for Technology 10
Academic Affairs Sonja Runberg, Executive Assistant 10
Academic Extension Margie Hanna, Design Manager 10
Academic Extension Ann Kokkeler, Program Manager 15
Academic Extension Elizabeth Moore, Resource Manager 15
Academic Extension Caitlin Snyder, Operations Manager 20
Architecture & Allied Arts *Karen Johnson, Asst Dean External Relations & Comm 30
Architecture & Allied Arts Nancy McNaught, Assistant to Department Head 25
Arts & Sciences, College of RaDonna Aymong, Office Manager 15
Arts & Sciences, College of Linda Campbell, Office/Budget Manager 15
Arts & Sciences, College of Brenda Dutton, Director of Admin Operations 15
Arts & Sciences, College of Ken Kato, Associate Dir InfoGraphics Lab 15
Arts & Sciences, College of Sandra Knauber, Office Manager 25
Arts & Sciences, College of Diane Lachenmeier, Administrative Director 20
Arts & Sciences, College of Krysten Mayfair, Development Administrator 10
Arts & Sciences, College of *Jim Meacham, Sr Research Assoc I/Exec Dir 25
Arts & Sciences, College of Kristina Mollman, Office Manager 10
Arts & Sciences, College of *Marilyn Reid, Manager of Administrative Svcs 35
Arts & Sciences, College of Patty Valenzuela, Director of Finance & Admin 25
Bach Festival Michael Anderson, Director of Artistic Administr 15
Business, College of Tracy Bars, Executive Assistant to Dean 15
Business, College of Jessica Best, Asst Director Career Advising 10
Business, College of Carol Jones, Director of Finance 15
Business, College of Frank Sharpy, Complex Facility Manager 10
Computer & Information Science Paul Bloch, Computer Systems Tech Admin 30
Education, College of Rich Boler, Programmer 30
Education, College of Lauren Lindstrom, Assoc Dean Research & Outreach 25
Education, College of Leslie Martinez, Coordinator Finance & Operatio 10
Education, College of Diane OKeefe, Dir of Research Operations 15
Education, College of Andrea Olson, Assoc Dir Stewdshp Awrd Prg BR 10
Education, College of Leslie Stephenson, Coor of Finance & Operations 15
Education, College of Angela Whalen, Asst Dean Acad Prog/Student Svcs 10
Information Services Donald Gathers, Network Engineer 20
Information Services *Jeff Hite, Assoc Dir of Comm Infrastruct 25
Information Services *Bob Jones, Sr Linux Systems Integrator 25
Information Services Joseph Mitchell, Systems Integrator 20
Information Services Derek Wormdahl, Web Applications Developer 10
International Affairs Roger Adkins, Assoc Dir Study Abroad Program 10
Journalism & Communication Andre Chinn, Coord of Instructional Technol 15
Journalism & Communication Jered Nagel, Graduate Program Manager 15
Journalism & Communication Stephanie Risbrough, Business and Finance Manager 10
Journalism & Communication Sue Varani, Instructional Services Manager 10
Labor Education & Research Deborah Mailander, Program Manager 10
Museum of Natural & Cultural History Patty Krier, Dir of Public Programs & Dev 40
Museum of Natural & Cultural History Judith Pruitt, Assoc Dir Pub Prog - Vis & Mem 15
Portland Office of Vice Provost *Wendy Larson, Vice Provost for Portland Programs 30
Music and Dance Lance Miller, Recording Engineer 15
Music and Dance Phyllis Paul, Assoc Dean/Assoc Prof Music Ed 10
Support Services for Student Athletes Jennie Leander, Senior Associate Director 10
Support Services for Student Athletes Stephen Stolp, Executive Dir and Bldg Admin 25
Teaching & Learning Center Robert Voelker-Morris, IT Faculty Consultant 10
UO Libraries *John Helmer, Exec Dir, Orbis Cascade Alliance 25
UO Libraries Lesli Larson, Image Services Coordinator 15
Yvette Alex-Assensoh, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion
Department Honoree Title Years
Multiculture Academic Excellence Jennifer Burton, Operations Manager 10
VP for Equity & Inclusion Gordon Bettles, Many Nations Longhouse Steward 10
VP for Equity & Inclusion Carla Gary, Asst Vice President Inst Equity 15
Jamie Moffitt, Vice President for Finance & Administration
Department Honoree Title Years
Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity Penny Daugherty, Director 10
Budget and Resource Planning Donna Chittenden, Office Manager 25
Business Affairs Office Shelby Cooper, Asst Payroll Accounting Mgr 15
Business Affairs Office Judy Duff, Payroll Manager 30
Business Affairs Office *Brett Giles, Asst Dir, Fin Svcs & Acctg Mgr 25
Business Affairs Office *Kenny Ly, Asst Payroll Manager 25
Campus Operations Rob Basto, CapCon Accounting Manager 10
Campus Operations Daniel Graham, Custodial Supervisor 10
Campus Operations *Michael Hanneson, Plant & Site Coordinator 30
Campus Planning & Real Estate *Christopher Ramey, Assoc VP, Campus Plan/Real Estate 25
Enterprise Risk Services Donald Elting, UO Radiation Safety Officer 20
Human Resources *Kathy Cooks, Special Programs Coordinator 25
Human Resources Ernie Pressman, Benefits Administrator 10
Institutional Research Andrea Larson, Associate Director 15
Printing & Mailing Services Maureen Wimberly, Business Manager 10
VP for Finance & Administration Jamie Moffitt, Vice-Pres Fin & Admin and CFO 10
Kimberly Espy, Vice President for Research and Innovation
Department Honoree Title Years
Adv Materials Characterization in OR Kurt Langworthy, Director - CAMCOR 10
Animal Care Services *Monte Matthews, Director/Vet Services 25
Graduate Internship Program Lynde Lachman-Ritzow, Assoc Dir, Grad Internshp Prog 15
Innovation Partnership Services Christine Gramer, Sr Tech Development Associate 10
Innovation Partnership Services Linda Hansen, Sr Tech Development Associate 10
Material Science Institute Georgia Scott, Business Manager 30
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Joyce Croes, Marine Laboratory Manager 20
Sponsored Projects Services Glen Bennett, Assistant Director Pre Award 10
Michael Andreasen, Vice President for University Advancement
Department Honoree Title Years
Alumni Relations Jeremy Olsen, Asst Dir Alumni Relations 10
Development Communications Ed Dorsch, Senior Associate Director 10
Office of Vice President Candace Horter, Asst VP PDX Advancement 10
University Development Paul Elstone, Asst VP Schools & College Dev 10
University Development Rachel Hall, Asst Director, Gift Planning 10
University Development Leslie Wolgamott, Budget Manager 10
At this event the honorees with 10, 15 and 20 years can pick-up their years of service lapel pins just inside the entrance of the EMU Ballroom. The YOS lapel pins will be mailed to the honorees that are unable to attend the reception.
An invitation was extended to the honorees with 25, 30, 35 and 45 years of service, inviting them to share some reflections about their time at the UO, and to receive their years of service lapel pin from President Gottfredson.
The asterisk (*) next to their names indicates that they will be in attendance. The presentation will begin
at 11:30 am. Refreshments will be provided.
Please note: Human Resources determines years of service using the calendar date of December 31, 2013 and the employment dates housed in the university’s Banner HRIS. In some cases, the system includes student employment
or employment from other state agencies.
The UO Years of Service reception to recognize classified employees will be held December 11, 2013, from
11 am – 12:30 pm in the EMU Fir Room. Faculty and staff are encouraged to join the celebration.
University Sponsor: Human Resources
For questions, contact Kathy Cooks, HR Special Programs Coordinator
346‐2939 or kcooks@uoregon.edu

Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition 2012

OA President and VP Unit List 2012

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Years of Service Reception to Recognize Officers of Administration Wednesday, December 5, 2012 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Erb Memorial Union, Ballroom List of Honorees by Unit Michael Gottfredson, President Department Honoree Title Years Athletics Bob Beals, Associate Athletic Director for Operations & Events 15 Athletics Kim Murray, Senior Director of Development 10 Athletics Jerry Smith, Radio Announcer 25 Athletics Herb Yamanaka, Associate Athletic Director 35 Doug Blandy, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Department Honoree Title Years Academic Affairs *Doug Blandy, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs 25 Academic Extension Sandra Gladney, Associate Director 15 Academic Extension Paul Katz, Associate Director 30 Bach Festival George Evano, Director of Communication 20 International Affairs Hilary Lord, Study Abroad Adviser 15 International Affairs Abe Schafermeyer, Director of Int’l Student & Scholar Services 10 Labor Education & Research Center Bob Bussel, Director 10 Museum of Natural & Cultural History Pamela Endzweig, Director of Collections 30 Wayne Morse Center Margaret Hallock, Director 25 Jamie Moffitt, Vice President for Finance & Administration / CFO Department Honoree Title Years Business Affairs Office Mark McCulloch, Assistant Director, Information Systems 15 Campus Operations Debbie Cadigan, Campus Relations/Customer Service 10 Campus Operations Phillip Carroll, Landscape Maintenance Supervisor 10 Campus Operations Brian Kimball, Support Services Supervisor 15 Enterprise Risk Services Andre Le Duc, Executive Director 15 Human Resources Laurie Mills, Medical Leaves Coordinator 10 Institutional Research J P Monroe, Director, Institutional Research 10 Vivian Olum Child Development Center *Casie Moylan, Business Manager 25 Jim Bean, Senior Vice President and Provost Department Honoree Title Years Architecture & Allied Arts Shoshana Cohen, Director of Fiscal Services 15 Architecture & Allied Arts Linda Ettinger, Senior Program Director 30 Architecture & Allied Arts Michael Smith, Director of Facilities Services 10 Behavioral Rsch & Teaching Raina Megert, Projects and Personnel Manager 10 Business, College of Heather Bottorff, Interim/Assistant Director, Student Services 15 Business, College of David Boush, Associate Dean for Administration 25 Business, College of James Chang, Director of Career Services 15 Business, College of *Randy Swangard, Special Assistant to Dean 25 CAS Administration Peter Campbell, Director of Information Systems 15 CAS Administration Shari Powell, Assistant Director, Operations & Staff Dev 15 CAS IT Operations *Cathleen Leue, Director 25 CAS Related Operations Uri Farkas, Director of Development 10 Chemistry Jay Nelapudi, Fiscal Services Manager 10 Cinema Studies Program Audra Mahoney, Office Manager 10 Early Childhood CARES Daniel Smellow, Director Systems Development 15 Ed Academic Programs Malika Fitch, Business Manager 15 Ed Education Studies Ronald Beghetto, Associate Dean Academic Affars 10 Ed intoCareers Susan Roudebush, User Services Specialist 20 Ed Technology & Information Management Terry Kneen, Instructional Systems Coordinator 25 Family and Human Services Kelly Warren, Field Studies Coordinator & Assistant Director 10 Human Physiology Julie Gray, Office & Business Manager 10 Journalism & Communication *Timothy Gleason, Dean 25 Journalism & Communication *Colleen McKillip, Executive Assistant to the Dean 35 Journalism & Communication Leslie Steeves, Associate Dean, Graduate Affairs & Research 25 Law, School of Jim Horstrup, Building Manager 15 Music & Dance Brad Foley, Dean, School of Music 10 Music & Dance *Laura Littlejohn, Office Manager 30 Music & Dance Robert Ponto, Assistant Dean, Admissions/Recruitment 20 Music & Dance *Ann Tedards, Associate Dean of Music 25 Oregon Consortium for Int’l & Area Studies Daniel Gorman, Office Manager 10 Psychology Stephenie Frank, Psychology Clinic Coordinator 10 Romance Languages Herlinda Leon, Assistant to Department Head 25 Senior VP & Provost Susan Peter, Executive Assistant 25 Support Services for Student Athletes Carolee Von Shillagh, Evening Study Table Monitor 15 Unclassified Personnel Services Suzanne Makita, Unclassified Personnel Specialist 15 UO Libraries Hervey Allen, Network Systems Engineer 20 UO Libraries Kirstin Hierholzer, Director, Interactive Media Group 10 UO Libraries Andrew Kirkpatrick, Video Producer/Director 15 UO Libraries Ron Renchler, Director Library Communications 15 UO Libraries Dale Smith, Coordinator of International Networking 35 UO Libraries Carlos Vicente, Network Startup Resource Ctr Engineer/Trainer 10 Karen Sprague, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Department Honoree Title Years Teaching & Learning Center Kim Lilley, Office Manager/Tutorial Supervisor 25 Undergrad Studies Karen Sprague, Vice Provost Undergraduate Studies 35 Kimberly Espy, Vice President for Research Department Honoree Title Years Resarch Services *Julie Buller, Award Set-Up Administrator 40 Oregon Humanities Center *Julia Heydon, Associate Director 35 Melissa Woo, Vice Provost for Information Services / CIO Department Honoree Title Years Information Services *Susan Hilton, Director Enterprise Administrative Apps 35 Information Services Noreen Hogan, Associate Dir Enterprise Administrative Apps 15 Information Services Timothy Ketchum, Banner SIS Administrator 20 Information Services Mohammad Maleki, Network Engineer 20 Information Services Tony Saxman, Director of Enterprise Initiatives 15 Information Services *Joseph St Sauver, Speclal Assistant to Vice Provost 25 Michael Redding, Vice President for University Relations Department Honoree Title Years Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Lisa Abia-Smith, Director of Educational Outreach 15 Marketing & Brand Management Susan Thelen, Director of Advertising 20 Public & Government Affairs Becky Couch-Goodling, Senior Coordinator 15 VP University Relations Karen Scheeland, Executive Assistant to Vice President 15 Robin Holmes, Vice President for Student Affairs Department Honoree Title Years Erb Memorial Union Mary Barrios, Ticket Office Manager 15 University Health Center Dustin Jackson, Facilities Operations Manager 10 University Health Center *Marilyn Mangus, Athletic Trainer 30 University Housing Allen Gidley, Sr Associate Director of Housing 15 University Housing Kari Vanorsdel, Food Services Manager 15 University Housing Donna Winitzky, Human Resources Manager 35 VP Student Affairs Robin Holmes, Vice President for Student Affairs 20 VP Student Affairs Janice Langis, Assistant to Associate Vice President 15 VP Student Affairs *Kathie Stanley, Assistant Vice President /Chief of Staff 25 Roger Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment Services Department Honoree Title Years Admissions Sue Russell, Assistant Director for Budget & Administration 15 Admissions Susan Stumpf, Operations Manager 15 Enrollment Management Holly Simons, Director of Strategic Communications 15 Financial Aid & Scholarships *Nancy Hanscom, Assistant Director 30 Financial Aid & Scholarships Michelle Holdway, Associate Dir & Scholarship Coordinator 15 Registrar Jim Bouse, Associate Registrar for Technology 15 The honorees with 25, 30, 35 and 40 years of service were asked to RSVP. The asterisk(*) next to their names indicates that they will be in attendance. During the program, these honorees will receive their years of service pin from President Gottfredson. Please note: Human Resources determines years of service using the calendar date of December 31, 2012 and the employment dates housed in the university’s Banner HRIS. In some cases, the system includes student employment or employment from other state agencies. The campus invitation by Years of Service is online at: http://hr.uoregon.edu/worklife/recognition/yos/yos-oa/yos-oa-invitation-2012 The Years of Service reception to recognize classified employees will be December 13, 2012, 11 am – 12:30 pm in Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to join the celebration. University Sponsor: Human Resources For questions, contact Kathy Cooks HR Special Programs Coordinator 346‐2939 or kcooks@uoregon.edu 11/20/2012 – last update

Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition 2011

Date: November 16, 2011 Wednesday

Time: 11 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Erb Memorial Union, Ballroom

We are proud to sponsor for the university community the Years of Service Recognition Reception to honor Officers of Administration. This celebratory annual event pays tribute to our colleagues who have achieved the important milestones of ten, fifteen, twenty or more years of service.

OA President and VP Unit List 2011

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Years of Service Recognition Reception to honor Officers of Administration. This celebratory annual event pays tribute to our colleagues who have achieved the important milestones of ten, fifteen, twenty or more years of service.

Officers of Administration Years of Service Recognition 2010

Date: November 9, 2010 OA Years of Service Photos

Weight Watchers

The Public Employees Benefit Board (PEBB) offers Weight Watchers as part of the benefits program to help employees achieve their weight-loss goals and improve their overall health.  Employees eligible for PEBB coverage and their covered spouses, domestic partners and dependents age 10 and older can enroll in Weight Watchers at no cost. Several options are available, such as access to weekly meetings and online tools. 

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Weight Watchers at Work brings the Weight Watchers experience to campus, where a trained leader facilitates meetings that provide a support-group environment shown to help meet weight-loss goals. The UO campus Weight Watchers sessions meets weekly.

Each session requires preregistration, and a new participant may only begin attending meetings at the start of a new session.

A new session of Weight Watchers at Work begins February 2.

UO Weight Watchers at Work

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If you have questions please contact Heather Larson, hcooksle@uoregon.edu, 346-2671.

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