Outstanding Student Employee Award Recipients Named for Fall 2 2014

| December 19, 2014
Oustanding Student Employee Award

Ehlen, LaBat, Greer and Meyer were honored with the Outstanding Student Employee Award for Fall II 2014.

Four students have been selected to receive the Outstanding Student Employee Award for Fall 2. The award recipients are Breanna Ehlen, Jami Greer, Samantha LaBat, and Kim Meyer.

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.

Breanna Ehlen, a junior psychology major from Hillsboro, Missouri was nominated by Gladys Smith, assistant director of counseling and life development. She was nominated for her outstanding work as peer educator for the counseling department.

Jami Greer, a senior education major from St. Louis was nominated by Kate Northcott, director of the student literacy corps, and Ann Ribaudo, adult education instructor at St. Louis Community College. She was nominated for her excellent work as a literacy tutor working with adult learners at the South County Education Center.

Samantha LaBat, a senior film studies major from Chesterfield, was nominated by Katie Knetzer, director of the University Center. She was nominated for her outstanding work as the information coordinator and student building manager at the University Center.

Kim Meyer, a senior educational studies major from St. Louis was nominated by Mike Webster, community director in housing and residential life. She was nominated for her outstanding work as a desk manager for housing and residential life.

Up to four students are recognized each term with the Outstanding Student Employee Award. The awards were presented at a program on Dec. 17.

Dean’s Award Recipients Named for Fall 2

The recipients of the Dean’s Award have also been named for Fall 2. Click here to view the Dean’s Award recipients.

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