ECE Students Nominated for CMU Student Employee of the Year


April 7, 2004

Four ECE students were nominated for the Carnegie Mellon Career Center's Student Employee of the Year 2004 Recognition Award: Wenyao Ho, Kuok Chiang Kim, Mark Pimentel, and Jeffrey Yang. Part of a group of 16 student employees who were recognized with certificates at the Student Employee Appreciation Lunch on April 7, the candidates were reviewed by a committee of staff, faculty, and students based on the criteria of reliability, quality of work, initiative, disposition, and contribution to the employer.

The Career Center's coordinator of student employment, Pati Kravetz, and director, Paul Fowler (also the Associate Dean of Student Affairs), spoke at the luncheon, before performers from the School of Drama's class of 2004 treated the students and their supervisors to a concert of musical theater favorites.

Marguerite (Patty) Kallman, a senior French major who works for Modern Languages, was selected as the winner. She received a $100 U.S. savings bond from the Career Center and will represent Carnegie Mellon for the Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators (NEASEA) student employee of the year contest.

Pictured: the nominees for the Carnegie Mellon Student Employee of the Year Award.