ASU Staff Awards

The Appalachian Staff Award is open to all staff (EHRA & SHRA) employees as nominated by other staff, faculty, supervisors, and/or administrators, and is based on the criteria listed on this site. Awards will be presented to four deserving Appalachian employees at our annual Service Awards Recognition, held in conjunction with the Staff Appreciation Breakfast early this fall.

2017 Winners

The Office of Human Resources would like to announce the 2017 Appalachian Staff Award recipients.  We proudly recognize the following SHRA and EHRA staff members who demonstrate extraordinary service commitments to Appalachian State University and their communities.

James Burniston-Department of English

Daniel Bryan-Human Resources

Haley Childers-Walker College of Business

Mary Beth McKee-Learning Technology Services

These recipients will be honored during the annual Faculty and Staff Meeting on Friday, August 25th, 2:00 p.m., in the Parkway Ballroom of the Student Union.

 

Nominations

  • Deadline for Nominations:  TBD 2018

Criteria

Consideration is based on the following criteria. More than one category may apply.

  • Customer Service – Provided exceptional service that left the customer fully satisfied with their experience. Exceeded expectations to meet the needs of the customer. Added value to the customer experience.
  • Efficiency & Innovation — Improved the efficiency of state government services. Established new and/ or improved methods, practices, plans or designs resulting in innovation, savings and/or efficiencies.
  • Human Relations/Collegiality — Made outstanding contributions toward enhancing the quality and morale of the workplace or creating a better public image of state government (such as positive personal interaction with other employees; public awareness; working on relations internally within an agency; or collaboration between different agencies).
  • Outstanding State Government Service — Exhibited unselfish devotion to duty far and above the normal requirements and contributed significantly to the advancement of state service to the citizens of North Carolina.
  • Public Service — Made outstanding contributions by participating in or implementing community and public service projects (such as volunteering with various non-profit organizations).
  • Safety and Heroism — Demonstrated outstanding judgment or courage in an emergency, voluntarily risking his/her life, or exhibited meritorious action to prevent injury, loss of life or prevented damage to or loss of property.
  • Spirit of North Carolina - Exemplified the state motto "To be, rather than to seem." Mentored others in the pursuit of excellence. Served as an ambassador for the State of North Carolina. This special award is reserved for exceptional circumstances and for accomplishments and achievements of the highest caliber.

Guidelines

  • Nominees must be career employees with a minimum of (1) year of continuous permanent State service.
  • Appalachian Staff Award winners cannot be eligible again for five (5) years after receiving the award.