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The OUHSC Staff Senate is pleased to announce the
April 2014
Employee of the Month
 

 

 

Carol Clure

Admissions Coordinator

Office of Academic and Student Services

College of Allied Health

 

 Here are a few excerpts from her nomination letters:

 

“She works independently, she works as an integral member of a team, she is professional in all aspects of her demeanor, and she represents our College and is an employee of great value to our OUHSC campus!”

 

“Patience, diplomacy, creativity, initiative, and organization: Carol is the epitome of these qualities.”

 

“She is a personable, sincere, friendly, and outstanding person to have the privilege of knowing and working with.”

 

 “She is focused, and organized, and always follows through on promised commitments.”

“Carol is a very friendly and compassionate person, always going the extra mile for students and her co-workers.”

“Carol’s demeanor is pleasant, friendly, resourceful, and professional.”

“Carol has such a vivacious and positive attitude in everything she does.”

“She communicates well by listening to others and in doing so, she establishes trusting relationships with staff and administrators.”

Carol’s reception will be

Thursday, April 24th at 3:00 p.m.

College of Allied Health Carole A. Sullivan Atrium

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 Congratulations Carol!

 
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