July 6, 2009

Staff Recognition: School of Medicine, Homewood, Bloomberg School of Public Health


With an eclectic and tasty spread that included sushi, quesadillas, a nacho bar—even a chocolate fountain for s’mores—Dean Martha Hill and department supervisors honored the 16 School of Nursing staff celebrating anniversaries—eight with five years of service, three with 10, four with 15 and one with 20—at the school’s recognition reception on June 16.


Staff from a wide range of Johns Hopkins schools and divisions were recognized for five, 10 and 15 years of service at the Hawaiian-themed afternoon reception held June 18 in the Glass Pavilion on the Homewood campus. Among the honorees were staff members from Academic and Cultural Centers, Carey Business School, Homewood Student Affairs, Johns Hopkins Club, Johns Hopkins University Press, Jhpiego, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Peabody Institute, Professional Schools Administration, School of Education, Sheridan Libraries/JHU Museums, University Administration and Whiting School of Engineering. Recognized were 138 staff with five years of service, 119 with 10 years and 70 with 15 years.


Guests were treated to an ice cream bar at the School of Public Health’s annual reception, held on June 17 to recognize those celebrating milestone service anniversaries. Dean Michael Klag spoke, and school leadership handed out awards, scooped ice cream and served juice and cookies to 69 employees with five years of service, 29 with 10 years and 15 with 15 years, along with other staff in attendance.

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