This year’s award categories were changed so they align more closely with the University’s Strategic Plan. In previous years, as many as five individuals were selected for each of two categories: service to the University and service to the community.
Each awardee will receive a $2,500 cash prize and be honored during a dinner to be held later in June. In addition, honorees’ names will be inscribed on plaques displayed in the William Pitt Union.
Elizabeth S. Stoyle: Early Career Achievement
Graduate Administrator, Departments of History and Sociology, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
This award recognizes a staff member with three-to-five years of experience who has exceeded the expectations of their position and shown an extraordinary commitment to the University. The Award Selection Committee commended Elizabeth S. Stoyle for her impact on several departments, including reorganizing the sociology department’s files and introducing processes and procedures to improve the office’s administrative functions. Her award nomination packet was filled with several letters praising her organizational abilities, professional demeanor, and active assistance to colleagues.
Photography by Emily O'Donnell