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Sheila Culbert Distinguished Employee Service Award Form

The Sheila Culbert Distinguished Employee Service Award recognizes staff members who: have made a difference to the College and their colleagues; have a commitment to the highest work ethic and demonstrate exemplary work performance; are both selfless and unwavering in their dedication to the institution; and are relentless in their pursuit of excellence. Guidelines for nominations:

  • Non-faculty employees who have completed at least five years of service are eligible for nomination, except those in division and institutional leadership roles.
  • Nominations should be no less than four paragraphs, with at least one paragraph addressing each of the following four Qualities for Selection (see suggested nomination form below for assistance):
    • Demonstrates commitment and contributions to the mission of the College, including core values
    • Consistent and excellent job performance, including exhibiting a willingness to go far and above stated position requirements to advance the College
    • Takes the initiative, introduces innovation, and provides leadership in the workplace
    • Effectively and responsibly uses time, money, technology, personnel, and/or other resources for the benefit of the College
  • Multiple individuals wishing to nominate the same employee should complete one nomination submission with multiple signers in support (as opposed to separate nominations).
  • Nominations must be received by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, and submitted via the web form below. A hard copy is also available at the Office of Human Resources front desk, and completed versions should be submitted to;


Lorin Parker
Office of Human Resources
HB 6042
Lorin.E.Parker@Dartmouth.edu


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Please tell us how the nominee consistently demonstrates exceptional qualities in the course of their work. Please focus on specific examples that demonstrate the nominee’s commitment and unique contributions to the experience of faculty, students, and staff.



Last Updated: 4/4/14