A crew is removing the old signage from the Red Barn today in preparation for the installation of the a new digital signage system. The new digital system will be able to handle graphics and pictures and be bright enough to catch the attention of students walking up the SAC ramp. The sign was purchased by SGA.
Dale Ramsay, Director of Intramural Sports and Recreation, received an Award of Merit at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) conference held March 30 – April 2 just outside of Grapevine, Texas.
Congratulations to Dale – who is more than deserving of this national recognition. Check out the video of the award presentation as well as Dale’s remarks.
The NIRSA Regional Awards of Merit recognizes a professional from each NIRSA Region who demonstrates exceptional performance or dedication to NIRSA or the field of collegiate recreation on a statewide or regional basis. The award is presented each year during the Annual Conference & Recreational Sports Expo.
Dale, John, Debby, and David accept the NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facilities Award at the Annual Conference & Recreational Sports Exposition in Grapevine Texas.
The NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facilities Awards recognize the innovative designs of new, renovated, or expanded collegiate recreational facilities of NIRSA Member Institutions. Awards are conferred to institutions for facilities that have been built or renovated in the previous year and a half.
Presented each year at the NIRSA Annual Conference & Recreational Sports Expo, awards will honor facilities that demonstrate excellence in a number of critical areas, including architectural design, functionality, and how well the facility meets its intended purpose. Winning facilities exemplify the institution’s commitment to providing the higher education experience desired and valued by students.
NIRSA began presenting annual OSF awards for creative, innovative designs of new or expanded facilities in 1988. Winning facilities are considered a standard by which other collegiate recreational facilities should be measured, and from which others can benefit.
The Top 4 directors of the Engage Lead Serve Board, Amanda Allen, Jerome Soldo, Mary Elizabeth Young, and Joey Schmidt, along with one staff advisor, Heidi Elmer, attended the conference. Four additional student leaders active in ELSB also attended. Whitney Oggy attended on behalf of the Alternative Service Breaks Board.
Attending the IMPACT Conference was extremely beneficial to this group of students as it helped them better understand the importance and influence ELSB can have on our campus and in the surrounding community. They engaged in workshops and conference sessions focused on community service programs, issues and advocacy, leadership, alternative service breaks, and volunteer management. Additionally, they networked with student leaders in similar roles from other universities that relate to the challenges and issues of encouraging a campus of active citizenship. For more information contact Kathy Meyer Coordinator, Student Leadership and Service in the Office of Student Involvement.
Meet Mr. and Ms. Cardinal 2015. Erin Yenney was the women’s soccer team captain and will graduate with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Benjamin Hota is a U.S. Marine veteran and will graduate with a finance degree.
President James Ramsey honored 20 staff members Jan. 30 for their hard work, dedication to students and the university, leadership and public service at the annual Outstanding Performance Awards reception.
Our own Tim Moore was honored this year with an Outstanding Performance Award. Please recognize this great achievement when you see him.
Here is Tim’s information as excerpted from nomination materials:
Tim Moore, director, student activities and student center
Tim spends most of his day serving students, the public and UofL colleagues. He is in his seventh year as director of student involvement and the Student Activities Center. He oversees leadership and community service programs and social programming, working with 30 Greek organizations and nearly 400 student organizations. He is also responsible for Student Activities Center (SAC) operation. Tim and his staff host more than 8,000 events each year at the SAC and plan events for all 20,000 UofL students. When working with student groups, Tim’s goal is to give them a unique leadership experience they will be able to use later in their careers. He gives them opportunities to take on leadership roles, plan programs, work through problems and work within a budget. He presents at annual national conferences, is published in numerous professional publications and is recognized around the country as a dedicated and experienced professional. He is often called upon to provide consulting services and host national meetings.