KENNESAW, Georgia – The incredible work of Kennesaw State University’s sports medicine staff this year was recognized this week when the unit won the Student Success Impact Award, awarded by the Human Resources Department at KSU.
The Student Success Impact Award recognizes KSU staff members who have made a significant contribution to the development of the KSU student body. Ideal candidates are those who contribute to the personal, professional or academic development of a student or group of students beyond the expectations of their position.
Mike Young, Chris Archambeault, Amy prall, Trina trim, Starkman faith, Kyle zimmerman, Keith Mize, and Claire Manley has gone beyond this season not only to fulfill his duties as a training staff, but also to serve in the department’s COVID-19 efforts in return and for the continuation of the competition.
“The sports medicine staff are both honored and touched to receive this award from Kennesaw State University,” said AD Assistant for Sports Medicine. Mike Young. “We are grateful to be able to work with such an exceptional group of medical providers, athletic administrators, coaches, staff and student athletes who without their discipline and compliance we would not have been able to do. perform our duties during this difficult year. “
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The award criteria are listed below:
- Contributes to student success in a notable and measurable way, including, but not limited to, the personal, professional or academic development of a student or group of students beyond the expectations of their position.
- Fosters collaboration, communication and cooperation among colleagues and members of the campus community with student success in mind.
- Demonstrates decisions guided by a commitment to university student achievement goals that consistently align with USG and KSU values, mission, vision, and code of ethics.
- Support for the development of students’ skills in the areas of knowledge, communication or critical thinking beyond what is expected of their position.
- Contributes to the retention of one or more students beyond the expectations of their position.
- Demonstrates exceptional ability and willingness to manage changes in work priorities, procedures and organization to promote student success.
- Demonstrates personal initiative and commitment to developing knowledge and skills and applying them to work in a student-centered manner; that is, there is evidence that the candidate seeks to continually learn, improve, and ultimately apply what he has learned.
- Consistently displays a caring and helpful attitude towards students, as evidenced by student feedback, supervisor reviews, peer reviews, etc.
- Work and initiatives of champions based on best practice, science and / or proven research results.