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    subheading titleWelcome to the Staff Council's Website!

  • The Giving Tree

    What is The Giving Tree? It is an outreach program that provides gifts to faculty, staff and students with children in the USI community. Giving Tree locations are listed below.

  • Employee Ambassadors
    subheading titleWHAT IS AN EMPLOYEE AMBASSADOR?

    Employee Ambassadors are here to uphold Staff Council’s mission of encouraging the enhancement of the work environment and work life of employees, fostering staff involvement in University matters and upholding and strengthening the mission of the University of Southern Indiana.

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Giving Tree in Outreach & Engagement Giving Tree in College of Nursing & Health Professions

THE GIVING TREES ARE READY!

What is The Giving Tree?
It is an outreach program that provides gifts to faculty, staff and students with children in the USI community.

Staff Council has delivered ornaments for 16 families from within our campus community, with children ages ranging from 0 mos. to 18 years. There are also ornaments with food items listed for our International students who stay on campus during the winter break.

Please stop by any of the following locations below to pick an ornament or two from their tree and help support these 16 families.

Admissions office, College of Nursing & Health Professions, Foundation, Liberal Arts (3rd Floor), Library (Reference area), Outreach & Engagement, Pott College (Dean's office), and Romain College of Business office.


PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST WINNERS! 
Pumpkin Decorating Contest winners


Support staff performance recognition awardCONGRATULATIONS TO VIRGINIA THOMAS!

For winning the 2016 Support Staff Performance Recognition Award!


Virginia Thomas, Administrative Assistant, Art and Design Department, is the recipient of the 2016 Support Staff Performance Recognition Award. She received a $500 cash prize, a traveling trophy, and will also be recognized in USI Today. Nita Musich, chair of Staff Council, announced the award at the Support Staff luncheon on August 9. A record breaking 17 support staff members were nominated for the award this year. Established in 2007, the award “recognizes extraordinary professional contributions and quality service of support staff and their integral role in advancing the University’s mission and fulfilling its promise in preparing students to live wisely.”


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