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School Recognizes Staff for Outstanding Work

Three Undergraduate Studies staff members will receive the 2012 School of Undergraduate Studies Staff Award. The first-place award will go to Rose Mastrangelo, Bridging Disciplines Programs academic advisor and the UT Austin coordinator for the Archer Fellowship Program. Administrative Associate Vicki Landrum, from the Center for Strategic Advising & Career Counseling, and University Honors Center Program Coordinator Will Grindle also won awards. The awards are given to staff who have a significant impact on the school through one of the following:

  • Outstanding dedication, competence, conscientious performance, excellent customer service, and ingenuity
  • Contribute to and demonstrate a commitment to the School’s core purpose and values
  • Have significantly improved customer service or increased customer satisfaction for specific UGS customers
  • Have significantly improved a work process or system or have significantly increased the efficiency of an operation or unit
  • Have demonstrated an exceptional ability to foster collaboration, communication, and cooperation among colleagues and constituents
  • Have performed at a level above and beyond normal job requirements

All three staff members received multiple nominations from other UGS staff, and were ultimately chosen by a small selection committee, also made up of Undergraduate Studies staff, and approved by Interim Dean Larry Abraham.

Rose Mastrangelo

Rose Mastrangelo Rose’s nominators noted that she has performed at an exemplary level in both the