Barth receives September University Staff Appreciation Award

University Services program associate recognized for ‘commitment and dedication’
October 15, 2021

Emily Barth received the University Staff Appreciation Award for September at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Barth, of Eau Claire, is a University Services program associate in the Campus Card office. She has worked at UW-Stout nine years. Chancellor Katherine Frank presented Barth with the award.

Emily Barth, at left, with Chancellor Katherine Frank receiving the September University Staff Appreciation Award.
Emily Barth, at left, with Chancellor Katherine Frank receiving the September University Staff Appreciation Award. / UW-Stout photo

Barth’s nomination stated: “Her commitment to the Campus Card office is amazing. She sees what needs to be done and figures out how to get it done. If you stop into the Campus Card office, Emily will greet you with a smile. The customer always comes first. I think her commitment and dedication should be commended.”

Barth said she was grateful to receive the award.

Each winner receives a certificate of recognition, a UW-Stout travel mug and a UW-Stout blanket.

Students, faculty and staff may nominate university staff members who demonstrate a commitment to excellence and the university community at the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award nomination form

The award, in its 16th year, was established by the Chancellor’s Office and is co-sponsored by the University Staff Senate.


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