Outstanding Student Employee Award Recipients Named for Spring I

| March 20, 2013

Webster University students Wesam Al Wolhoush, Bethany Swoboda, Kara Spink and Emina Mratovic (not pictured) received the Outstanding Student Employee Award for 2013 Spring I. The awards were presented at a March 18 luncheon.

Four students were selected to receive the Outstanding Student Employee Award for Spring I: Wesam Al Wolhoush, Emina Mratovic, Kara Spink, and Bethany Swoboda.

In order to be considered for the Outstanding Student Employee Award, one must be nominated by a member of the Webster University community for working at a superior level to serve the department in which they work and the University as a whole. Up to four students are recognized each term with the Outstanding Student Employee Award.

Wesam Al Wolhoush, a graduate student in human resources development from Damascus, was nominated by Bethany Keller, assistant director of international student affairs. She was nominated for her outstanding work as a program assistant in the multicultural center and international student affairs department.

Emina Muratovic, a sophomore management major from St. Louis, was nominated by Leona Graham, coordinator in facilities planning, and Saa Meier, risk management coordinator in finance, for her outstanding work as a general clerk in finance.

Kara Spink, a senior accounting major from Florissant, Mo., was nominated by Tammy Linn, communications coordinator in the office of admission, for her outstanding work as a student assistant in the office of admission.

Bethany Swoboda, a senior English major from Leslie, Mo., was nominated by Lisa Greening, executive director of Ready Readers, for her excellent work as a program assistant at Ready Readers.

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