Three College of Science staff members have been honored by Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students with the 2020 President’s Meritorious Service Award, Texas A&M’s highest recognition for staff.
Sherree D. Kessler ’99, academic advisor IV in the Department of Physics and Astronomy; McKensie Le Fevre ’14, software applications developer I in the Department of Biology; and Stephen Molitor, CAD designer in the Cyclotron Institute, are among the 27 individual staff members and two teams announced Tuesday (May 5) by Texas A&M President Michael K. Young as this year’s honorees.
Kessler, Le Fevre and Molitor will be officially recognized along with their fellow 2020 PMSA recipients at an August 10 awards ceremony and reception hosted by Young in the Memorial Student Center Bethancourt Ballroom. Each honoree receives a $1,000 cash award, a commemorative plaque and a lapel pin.
“The President’s Meritorious Service Awards recognize and reward staff for their commendable service to our great university,” Young said. “Recipients of this highly prestigious award have demonstrated their commitment to the Aggie core values of excellence, integrity, leadership, loyalty, respect and selfless service. To each of them, I extend my most sincere congratulations and deep appreciation for their tremendous efforts that make Texas A&M such a great place to live and work.”
Established in 1986, the President’s Meritorious Service Awards are presented annually to recognize 25 outstanding staff employees, two outstanding teams and two outstanding supervisors for their meritorious service to the university. The program, which is sponsored by the Office of the President and The Association of Former Students, is coordinated by the Division of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness.
To see a complete list of winners or find additional information about the program, visit http://employees.tamu.edu/employee-recognition/pmsa/.
Contact: Shana K. Hutchins, (979) 862-1237 or firstname.lastname@example.org