13 Local Staff Members from Purdue Northwest’s Calumet & North Central Campuses are Recognized for Job Excellence

PNW-Outstanding-Employees-of-2015-16Thirteen Purdue University Northwest employees have been recognized as 2015-16 Outstanding Employees.

PNW Calumet Campus honorees
Recognized at the PNW Calumet Campus were:

Outstanding Clerical Employees—Pamela Jostes of Highland, Student Financial Services, and Alan McCafferty of Hammond, University Library Archives.

Outstanding Service Employees—Maria Carrillo of Whiting, Building Services, and Shannon Hassel of Hammond, University Police.

Outstanding Operations/Technical Assistant Employees—Debra Grant of Hobart, Administrative Assistant for the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science and Cheryl Lutgen of Crown Point, Marketing and Communications Coordinator.

Outstanding Administrators—Suzy Giannini of Schererville, Interim Associate Director of Admissions, and Amber Schuler of Griffith, Academic Advisor for the Dept. of Construction Science and Organizational Leadership.

Outstanding Administrative Leaders—Kris Falzone of Schererville, Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications, and Sandra Steele of Hobart, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management.

PNW North Central Campus honorees
Recognized at the PNW North Central Campus were:

Outstanding Clerical Employee—Cindy Christ of Valparaiso, English Department.

Outstanding Service Employee—Galinda Rodriguez of Michigan City, Building Services.

Outstanding Administrative/Professional Employee—Maria Watson of Valparaiso, Administrative Assistant for the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

The employees were honored at a Service Recognition Luncheon held recently at each campus.

Purdue University Northwest
With recent approval by the Higher Learning Commission, Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University North Central have unified to become Purdue University Northwest (PNW), a comprehensive regional university comprised of the Calumet Campus at Hammond and North Central Campus at Westville. When it welcomes its first class of students this fall, PNW will become Indiana’s fifth largest public university, enrolling more than 15,000 students and offering 70+ degree programs.