Robert Brubaker has been a member of the Susquehanna community since 2004. This person is an expert in their field. “Whether you need a roof fixed, furniture repaired or even a bee hive built, you want to contact” him. He manages the daily work flow of the carpenters shop effectively while turning out some impressive projects at the same time. The nominators note, “You couldn’t ask for a better employee, always willing to pitch in and go the extra mile: he demonstrates a 'WIT' attitude on a regular basis.”
Stephanie James has been a member of the Susquehanna community since 2004. Described as having a “caring spirit” and a “can do attitude,” this individual has worked extremely hard over the past year to go above and beyond in many ways – most importantly in support of the Pine Meadow housing project. She was responsible for helping the tenants who called the university for guidance, answering questions, and assisting every person who called with patience and understanding. She did not stop until every person had found an alternative place to live. Similarly, when a student called her office in desperate need of a ride to Harrisburg on a Saturday to take a test, she immediately offered her assistance and drove the student to the test center so she could graduate on time.
Dan Olivetti has been a member of the Susquehanna community since 2006. Nominated for exemplifying the ideal of outstanding service to the University and strengthening the University through his work with students and "developing a diverse and inclusive community" which is part of the strategic plan, we honor this recipient. He collaborates with faculty and integrates the Gallery with classroom learning. His nominator says, “Dan enhances the educational experience of every Art Department major through the annual Senior Art Majors show. The way he works with students is outstanding….” In addition, “Dan further strengthens the University in unique and powerful ways. He is an excellent ambassador for the University with donors.” As well, Dan develops the community through his “choices of exhibitions, the outreach to diverse members of our SU community, and through his collaborative and accessible nature.”