CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi took a moment to recognize select employees for their dedication and service to the Island University during the 20th annual Islander Awards Celebration held April 29 in the University Center, Anchor Ballroom.
“This is a special day to recognize the good work that all of you do,” said Dr. Flavius Killebrew, President and CEO of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. “We appreciate everything you all do to make the Island University great.”
During the ceremony, which was hosted by Human Resources, service award pins were presented to employees who achieved five-year service milestones.
Dr. Steven Hall, Professor in the College of Business, was the employee with the most longevity honored at the pinning. He received a standing ovation as he walked up to receive his 35-year pin.
Additionally, Staff Council and Faculty Senate Excellence Award recipients were recognized.
Faculty Senate Excellence Awards went to:
Staff Council Awards went to:
Others recognized at the Islander Awards Celebration included the recognition of all administrative professionals, Honors Program faculty, the Parade of Achievers, Dorothy Yeater Scholarship winners, University Police Department awards, Academic Advisors honored by the National Academic Advising Association, and the Leadership, Excellence and Development program participants. Earlier in the day, current faculty and staff had coffee with Texas A&M-Corpus Christi retirees at the Retiree Hospitality Room, and later, TAMU-CC retirees were hosted at a private luncheon. To see photos from the hospitality event, click here.