Floyd Hoelting, Housing and Food Service, has been selected by The American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Foundation for its 2013 Class of Diamond Honorees. Nominated by colleagues, honorees must demonstrate sustained contributions to ACPA, higher education and the Student Affairs profession. Hoelting will receive the honor at the ACPA National Convention in March.
Hemlata Jhaveri, Housing and Food Service (DHFS), presented at the 2013 Association of University Interior Designers conference on Living Learning Environments that included the Residence Hall Galleries, their history, purpose and data from an assessment conducted in spring 2011.
Hemlata Jhaveri and Aaron Voyles, Housing and Food Service, have been selected to present “Critical Confersations: Facilitating Change Through Dialogue” at the 2014 Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) conference.
Kristin McGowan and Jamillah Stewart, Housing and Food Service, have been selected to present “Student Accountability: Development and Documentation” at the 2014 NASPA conference.
Gage Paine, Brooke Bulow, LaToya Hill and Hemlata Jhaveri have been selected to present “Ready to Face the Media: Strategies to Employ During Crisis” at the 2014 NASPA conference.
Kathy Phan, Housing and Food Service, represented DHFS at the Food Service Technology (FSTEC) Food Service Digital Marketing Summit (FDMS) in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Jamie Shutter, Theresa Spalding and LeAnn Gutierrez, University Health Services (UHS), represented our campus at the annual UT System Health Centers Director’s Meeting Oct. 25.
Jamie Shutter, Theresa Spalding, Kathy Mosteller and LeAnn Gutierrez, represented UHS at the annual Big XII & Friends Health Centers Director’s Meeting Oct. 27-29 in Norman, Okla.
Sam Siner, Housing and Food Service, has been selected to present “Making Meaning: How Student Affairs Came to Embrace Spirituality/Faith/Religion/Life Purpose” at the 2014 American College Personnel Association (ACPA) conference.
Joi Torres, Housing and Food Service, has been selected to present “Internationalization of Student Affairs: Experiences and Practices” at the 2014 ACPA conference and “Creating and Protecting Supportive Spaces for Students of Difference While Studying Abroad” at the 2014 NASPA conference.
Adam Trabka and Matt Hantelmann, Housing and Food Service, represented DHFS at the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Conference in Atlanta, Ga.
Aaron Voyles, Housing and Food Service, has been selected to present “Lean Out: Men Engaging in the Lean In Phenomenon” at the 2014 NASPA conference.
University Unions’ advertising staff, in conjuction with Campus Events + Entertainment earned three awards at the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) Region 12 Conference in College Station. They included 2nd place, Event Advertisement for Dia de Loteria; 3rd place, Promotional Videos for Crushgrams; and Overall Excellence in Graphic Design.
“A Tip of the Hat to…”
…John Halaburt and Olga Perez of Housing and Food Service who received this compliment from Mary Steinhardt on behalf of the DHFS Wellness Team: “I just wanted to tell you that Olga has been invaluable to the DHFS Wellness team proofing the spanish version of all material. John H. has been invaluable to the DHFS Wellness team putting all the Know Your Numbers material online.”
…Kerrie Rapp and Josie Villanueva of Housing and Food Service’s Littlefield Patio Café staff who received this compliment from a manager at University Health Services (UHS). “I was really impressed with the service, I had no idea what was done behind the scenes to prepare all these sandwiches and stuffs. There were two certain individuals…Kerrie Rapp and Josie Villanueva…they do a super job and I just wanted to give you a call and tell you that their customer service is out of sight and they’re good people and thank you guys very much. We do appreciate this catering for our flu clinic…”
….the UHS staff who received this comment from a student patient: “I wanted to take a moment to say that UHS has been wonderful to me every single time I have needed to come for an appointment…UHS always makes me feel very well taken care of and I appreciate the kindness of every single staff member I have interacted with. From the student volunteers…to the receptionists to the nurses and doctors…everyone works to create such a great environment. I really appreciate it. I honestly do not think that a university healthcare facility could be better run or staffed with more caring employees.”