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Civility & Community Building

The Civility in the Workplace educational initiative began as a joint labor/management initiative in the fall of 2011.

The initiative is part of SUNY Plattsburgh’s ongoing commitment to an inclusive environment where all employees, students, parents and guests feel welcome and safe. Our goal is to make SUNY Plattsburgh the best place it can possibly be for all of us.

Civility Statement

The State University of New York at Plattsburgh (SUNY Plattsburgh) recognizes that productivity, well-being, and job satisfaction are contingent on the workplace environment. Through civility, mutual respect, open communication, cooperation and support, SUNY Plattsburgh strives to foster a safe, respectful workplace to promote the highest quality performance out of all members. This expectation also extends beyond the place of work to locations where state employees are representing SUNY Plattsburgh and/or performing their work-related duties and responsibilities.

Cardinals Care “You Made a Difference” Recognition Program

One of the initiatives of the expanded program is the Cardinals Care: You Made a Difference Recognition Program. Individuals are invited to reward exceptional service above and beyond the call of duty by completing a nomination form and mailing or emailing it to the Civility and Community Building Committee. Nominated individuals will be publicized and a copy of the nomination will be forwarded to the employee. All faculty, staff and students are eligible for nomination.

April 2024 Honorees

The Promote Community Building Committee and the Cardinals Care Recognition Program would like to recognize this month’s nominees — students, faculty and staff  who made a positive difference or went the extra mile for someone else:

  • Admissions Department Staff
  • Mary Alldred, Earth and Environmental Science
  • Regan Ashline, Center for Student Involvement
  • Marco Ayala-Perez, Student Health and Counseling Center
  • Genie Babb, School of Arts and Sciences
  • Tonya Baker, Admissions
  • Karen Becker, Music
  • Nancy Bennett, Procurement Services
  • Alyssa Bordeau, Human Resource Services
  • Wilfred Boudrieau, Warehouse
  • Lindsey Bradley, Library (Feinberg)
  • Shannon Breen, Student in Child Ed 1-6 Interdisc B.S./M.S.Ed.
  • Bruce Carlin, Communication Studies
  • Linda Carpenter, Library (Feinberg)
  • Chris Chamars, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • John Chambers, Communication Studies
  • Juliana Coppola, Student in Childhood Ed (Gr 1-6) Interdisc B.S.
  • Andie Dandrow, Student in Childhood Ed (Gr 1-6) STEM B.S.
  • Zanaeja Dandy, Student in Anthropology B.A.
  • Heather Darrah, English
  • Rachel Day, Education
  • Rebecca Drollette, Library (Feinberg)
  • Karrie Durkee, Procurement Services
  • Edith Ellis, Art Museum
  • Christopher Fasolino, Art
  • Connie Fesette, Athletics and Recreation
  • Rachel Flemming, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • MacKenzie Fletcher, Student in Child Ed 1-6 English Language Art B.S./M.S.Ed.
  • Thomas Friedrich, English
  • Mohamed Gaber, Accounting (Academic)
  • Samy Garas, Accounting (Academic)
  • David Gregoire, Institutional Advancement
  • Mitchell Guanga, Procurement Services
  • Sarah Hackett, Education
  • Bridget Haina, Communication Studies
  • Tyler Hargraves, Center for Student Involvement
  • Kimberly Irland, Title IX Office
  • Cheryl Jones, Admissions
  • Troy Joseph, Admissions
  • Rosy Knowles, Budget and Financial Reporting Services
  • Andrew Krug, Athletics and Recreation
  • Max Lamitie, Student in Child Ed 1-6 Interdisc B.S./M.S.Ed.
  • Megan Lawless, Education
  • Brooke Layhee, Global Education Office
  • Shatawndra Lister, Enrollment and Student Success
  • Micaela Lynch, Student in Child Ed 1-6 The Arts B.S./M.S.Ed.
  • Bradley Magoon, Maintenance Trades
  • Michael Marti, Maintenance Trades
  • Stephen Matthews, Enrollment and Student Success
  • Alyssa McGovern, Information Technology Services
  • John McMahon, Political Science
  • Sarah Mccarty, Center for Student Involvement
  • Christine Minck, Student Health and Counseling Center
  • Stephen Moffat, Athletics and Recreation
  • Chelynne Morley, Counselor Education
  • Ian Mott, Maintenance Trades
  • Mae Olshansky, Student in Business Administration B.S.
  • Elaine Ostry, English
  • Michelle Ouellette, Journalism and Public Relations
  • Connie Oxford, Gender and Women’s Studies
  • John Parmelee, Management, Info Sys and Analytics
  • Meg Pearson, School of Arts and Sciences
  • Erin Peters, Admissions
  • Kelley Pickreign, Academic Advising
  • Scott Reznick, English
  • Robert Richter, Information Technology Services
  • Matthew Salvatore, Athletics and Recreation
  • Susan Sand, Student Health and Counseling Center
  • Jessica Santos, Educational Opportunity Program
  • Carol Schnob, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Disa Seymour, Nursing
  • Jill Silver, Student Health and Counseling Center
  • Denise Simard, School of Ed, Health, and Human Serv
  • Kristie Stanton, Library (Feinberg)
  • Allison Swick-Duttine, Center for Student Involvement
  • Christopher Taylor, Athletics and Recreation
  • Michael Thompson, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Michelle Timmons, Education
  • Trisha Trombly, Human Resource Services
  • Sally Urban, Career Development Center
  • Tyler Whitney, Information Technology Services
  • Jamie Winters, School of Arts and Sciences

Help build our SUNY Plattsburgh community by acknowledging the special efforts of those on campus.

“You Made a Difference” Nomination Form

All faculty, staff and students are eligible for nomination.

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