Sarah Hulse: Student Employee of the Year
The 16th Annual Student Employee of the Year (SEOY) Ceremony celebrated 35 nominees from all over campus and the local community. Someone that has developed into a professional, self-directing and confident employee that is now supervising other student employees from the College of Agricultural & Life Sciences took the top honor of being the 2012 Student Employee of the Year. Sarah Hulse has very good communication, teamwork, and decision-making skills which she uses to assist her department in representing the college to prospective high school students, alumni and professional organizations and exemplifies what it means to be a student at the University of Idaho. Part of what makes this nominee special is her dedication to her other pursuits in addition to maintaining high standards in academics and employment. She has given her time to Bountiful Baskets, Gritman Medical Center, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Ambassadors, church activities and the Food and Nutrition Club. Sarah says, “I feel confident that my work experience and the values developed will be beneficial to my future plans in sonography and women’s health. These life lessons will be unforgettable as I inch closer to graduation and a bigger world. Go Vandals!” A $500 award and a framed certificate from the University of Idaho helped recognize Sarah as well as a $50 award for being the State of Idaho’s student employee of the year.
Nylah Holt: First Runner-Up
Our first runner-up, Nylah Holt, is a team member of the departmental financial unit. Within her department, Nylah has many responsibilities which are more complex and essential than those most student employees are charged with. Her thorough job performance has earned her the respect and gratitude of the faculty and staff. She says her time at the University of Idaho serves as a basis for her future. For her exceptional quality of work and initiative, Ms. Holt was awarded $250 and a framed certificate.
Brady McNall: Second Runner-Up
Brady McNall, working for the City of Moscow, won second runner-up at the 2012 SEOY Ceremony. Brady thrives on learning and involvement in a variety of activities. He double-majors in Materials Science Engineering and Business Administration and serves as co-captain for the men’s volleyball team. Brady is described as being an attentive, courteous, articulate, reliable, patient student who sees the world through compound lenses. His professional manner exudes confidence, and his thorough reports and responses to questions demonstrate preparedness. Brady was awarded $100 and a framed certificate for his tireless, multifaceted service to the City of Moscow and the University of Idaho.