Angela Burgett, who works for Facilities Management as a custodian at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, has been named the recipient of the November 2018 STAR Award.
She was nominated by Robert Wagoner, associate professor of philosophy.
Burgett’s nomination follows:
“Angie is always very professional, helpful, and ready to assist faculty, staff and students with emergencies. On many occasions, Angie has helped members of the department in ways that go beyond her duties–for example, acquiring boxes, materials, supplies and so on to assist faculty when they are moving out. She works very hard to keep Radford especially clean and she does this very conscientiously –for example, always making sure her deep cleaning does not interfere with faculty and staff activities. She always confers with faculty and staff before breaks (summer, winter) to ensure that she can clean offices, carpets and so on at their convenience.
Angie also takes excellent care of the building outside during the winter–always keeping the snow shoveled and ice cleared off the sidewalks.
Angie is always helpful in solving problems on the floor–for example, submitting work orders to Facilities Management for repair and maintenance.
After 17 years of dedicated service, I think Angie is especially deserving of the Star award. Through all the ups and downs on campus, we have always been able to count on Angie–not just for her consistently good work, but also for her cheerful attitude.”