Sending a 'We Are!' and thank you to these Penn Staters

We Are!
Credit: Bryan Benner

This week, we recognize four Penn Staters who go above and beyond what's asked of them in their work at the University.

Do you know someone who deserves a shout-out? If you do, consider taking a minute to nominate that person by filling out a short online form.

This week, it's thank you to:

Reginald Dickey, with Penn State Harrisburg, whose nominators wrote: "Reggie always goes out of his way to process our requests in a quick and efficient manner. He is always very professional and polite, even when he is under a great deal of stress. His hard work does not go unnoticed or unappreciated. Thanks for all you do, Reggie!" and "Reggie has been a great asset in the Registrar's Office at Penn State Harrisburg. He makes my job in the MBA/MSIS/MPACC programs much easier and shares a common goal of helping students while remaining within Penn State guidelines. He is courteous and professional. I can always count on him to get the job done."

Katie Motycki, with Undergraduate Education, whose nominator wrote: "Welcoming new groups of Penn Staters is no small task. For five summers now, Katie has coordinated the process for new first-year and transfer students and their families, with a commitment to serving and leading the members of our orientation team and campus partners that make it all possible!"

Jennifer Fisher, with Student Affairs, whose nominator wrote: "Jennifer is a perfect example of providing compassionate and appropriate customer service to our patients at the University Health Services pharmacy. Jennifer is an all-in team player, always at the ready to take on additional roles or find solutions to get the job done. She is a pleasure to work with!"

Stacie Hugney, with the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, whose nominator wrote: "Stacie is a true team player, and she regularly takes over for other staff members who are out of the office. She is the type of staff member who raises the bar of the performance of others around her, and as a result Stacie has had an enormous impact on the operation of the geosciences department."