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Clarkson University Honors Employees for Years of Service
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Longtime Clarkson University employees were recently honored at a dinner for their service to the University. The following employees were recognized for their years of service:
Thirty-five years of service: Kathryn Johnson, Vice President University Outreach & Student Affairs; Jack Koplowitz, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Shankar Subramanian, Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.
Thirty years of service: Gayle Berry, Librarian, Library; Janet Demers-Emburey, Manager of Report Writing, Philanthropy Operations; Mark DeRitis, Associate Dean of Students; Sandra Harris, Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Theodore Hintopoulos, Electronic Technician Supervisor, School of Engineering Lab; Levon Minnetyan, Professor/Associate Chair, Civil & Environmental Engineering; Don Rasmussen, Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Robert Schilling, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Janice Searleman, Instructor, Mathematics & Computer Science; Rhonda Sharpe, Administrative Secretary, Civil and Environmental Engineering; James Svoboda, Professor/ Executive Officer, Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Claudette VanEss, Graphic Designer/Production Coordinator, Publications.
Twenty-five years of service: Ruth Baltus, Professor & Chair, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Timothy Bradish Jr., Maintenance Mechanic Carpenter, Building and Equipment Maintenance; Lisa Emburey, Senior Custodian, Custodial Services; Eugene Hendricks, Senior Technician, Office of Information Technology; Abul Khondker, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Ruth LaCombe, Administrative Secretary, Recreation; Mona Miller, OIT Team Lead, SOE, Office of Information Technology; Michael Rose, Senior Custodian, Custodial Services; Kelly Sharlow, Assistant to the Dean, Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering; Daniel Valentine, Professor & Executive Officer, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering; and Poojitha Yapa, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Twenty years of service: Lawrence Averill, Campus Safety & Security Officer, Campus Safety and Security; Lynn Bancroft, Manager of Payroll, Payroll Office; Susan Cutler, Office Administrator/Proofreader, Marketing & External Relations; Robert Dowman, Professor & Chair, Psychology; Joseph Duemer, Professor- Humanities, Humanities & Social Sciences; Daniel Dullea, Senior Communication Specialist, Center for Excellence in Communications; Stephen Farina, Professor & Chair, Communications & Media; Ronald LaFleur, Professor, Mechanical & Aeronautical; Michael Maguire, Director Intramurals & Aqua/Swim Coach, Athletics; and Steven Yurgartis, Professor, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering.
Fifteen years of service: Dana Barry, Senior Technical Writer, CAMP; James Carroll, Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering; Catherine Clark, Director Student Support Services, Student Support Services; Susan Englert, Administrative Secretary, CSTEP; Sylvia Haq, Librarian, Library; Mary Chris Jones, SAS Representative, Student Administrative Service; and Ian Suni, Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.
Ten years of service: Joanne Felix, Senior Custodian, Custodial Services; Karen Fuhr, Assistant to the MBA Director, School of Business; Laura Ettinger, Professor- History, Humanities & Social Sciences; Thomas Holsen, Professor, Civil & Engineering; Mark Newton, Senior Custodian, Custodial Services; Donna Pelletier, Administrative Secretary, Counseling Services; Christopher Robinson, Professor- Pol. Sci., Humanities & Social Science; Penny Snow, Administrative Secretary, Career Center; Kenneth Visser, Professor, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering; Eileen Winters, Administrative Assistant, Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering; and Sandra Zuhlsdorf, Director CUSB Student Support Center, School of Business.
Five years of service: Lonie Bogett , Senior Custodian, Custodial Services; Margaret Boysuk, Help Desk Support Representative, Office of Information Technology; Barbara Brady, Sr. Comm. Specialist/ Director Writing Center, Center for Excellence in Communication; Kelly Covert, Senior Departmental Secretary, CAMP; Shannon Desrosiers, Co-Head Women’s Ice Hockey Coach, Athletics; Trish Dobbs, Director, Transfer Admission; Gregory Drechsel, Associate Men’s Ice Hockey Coach, Athletics; John Frary, Maintenance Crew Supervisor, Building & Equipment Maintenance; Lorraine Harper, Administrative Secretary, Communication & Media; Jean-Francois Houle, Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach, Athletics; George Kimble, Maintenance Mechanic Carpenter, Building & Equipment Maintenance; Constance Klingbeil, Administrative Secretary, Risk Management & Purchasing; Carol Newvine, Assistant to the Vice President, Philanthropy & Alumni Relations; Eric Oney, Maintenance Mechanic Carpenter, Building & Equipment Maintenance; Warren Powell, Maintenance Mechanic Electrician, Building & Equipment; George Roll, Head Hockey Coach, Athletics; Luke Rosenbarker, Maintenance Mechanic General, Building & Equipment; Marjorie Warden, Project Dir. Of CSTEP/McNair, CSTEP; and Mia Wick, Assistant to the Director of Admission, Admissions.
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PHOTO CAPTION: Clarkson University President Tony Collins congratulates some of the employees reaching their 25-year milestone. Faculty and staff were recently honored for their years of service at a recognition dinner on campus. Left to right: Lisa Emburey, senior custodian, Custodial Services; Tim Bradish, Jr., maintenance mechanic carpenter, Building and Equipment Maintenance; Ruth LaCombe, administrative secretary, Recreation; Collins; Poojitha Yapa, professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering; and Abul Khondker, professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering.