April 5, 2011 | WMU News
KALAMAZOO--Eight Western Michigan University staff members have been selected to receive Make a Difference awards for spring 2010-11.
The awards will be presented during a reception at 2 p.m. Monday, April 11, in Room 157 of the Bernhard Center. The University community is invited to attend the reception, during which each award recipient will receive a before-tax prize of $300 and a commemorative certificate.
2011 spring recipients
The WMU Make a Difference awards program is a campuswide peer-to-peer program that recognizes University staff members for their outstanding accomplishments and daily investment of energy and creativity.
Up to 15 staff members may receive the award in each of two semiannual award periods every academic year. All semiannual award winners are eligible to receive one of four annual awards carrying a before-tax prize of $1,200 that are bestowed for the academic year.
Make a Difference award recipients are selected by a committee of their peers from the WMU employee groups that participate in the awards program: Administrative Professional Association; American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; Michigan State Employees Association; Police Officers Association; and Professional Support Staff Organization.
For more information or to make an award nomination at any time of the year, visit Make a Difference on the Web.