Kudos: Hershock, Shelp, Speck, Walters, Williams
This month we highlight the recent accomplishments of Marty Hershock, Laura Shelp, Matthew Speck, Claudia Walters and Tommy Williams.
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College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Dean Marty Hershock was a guest scholar at The Henry Ford’s America’s Industrial Revolution workshop. He presented on the age of steam, emphasizing the impact on transportation.
ITS Operations Manager Laura Shelp and ITS Service Center Supervisor Matthew Speck have received the Patriot Award from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), Department of Defense. The award recognizes supervisors’ support for employees serving in the National Guard or Reserve “through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families and granting leaves of absence if needed,” according to ESGR’s website.
Claudia Walters’ article, “Future changes in the climatology of the Great Plains low-level jet derived from fine resolution multi-model simulations,” was published in Scientific Reports. Walters is collegiate lecturer, assistant research scientist and lecturer III in geography.
Lieutenant Tommy Williams has been named Supervisor of the Year by the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators and will be recognized at the organization’s national convention this week.