Matthew McNeely of the Physics Department wins 2013 Ennis Award

photo by Mike Lovett

photo by Mike Lovett

Matthew McNeely, an electrical engineer who has worked in the Physics Department for thirty-two years, was recently presented with the Ennis Award.  The Ennis Award recognizes an administrative employee who “has a history of consistent contributions to the well-being of the university” and “treats all members of the community with dignity and respect.”  Matt will have his name engraved on a plaque, which remains in the Physics Department over the next year and will receive a $500 check.  Matt and the other award winners were recognized for their contributions to the university at the 2013 Employee Recognition Luncheon on Nov. 22.

 

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