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 Good News: 14 SRU employees earn Supervisory Development Certificates 



SRU Good News for Oct. 7, 2009


14 SRU employees earn Supervisory Development Certificates


Fourteen Slippery Rock University employees were recently presented Supervisory Development Certificates after attending eight classes over a 24-month period offered by SRU's Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity/Human Resources. 

The program is directed by Sandra Stevenson, director of training and employee services. Stevenson retires Thursday after 18 years service. 

            Classes included "Welcoming Diversity," "Handling Controversial Issues," "Getting Results with People," "Performance Evaluation," "Labor Relations," "Sexual Harassment Awareness," "ADA Compliance for Supervisors" and "SEAP for Supervisors/Fitness for Duty." 

            Receiving certificates of completion were: Christine Agostino and Vicki Sparano, both, clerk typist 2 in the Admissions Office; John Cowan, assistant director for campus services; Patti Disher, patrol officer in University Police; Pam Frigot, director of the Office of International Services; Lisa Gray, administrative assistant 1 in the Office of University Public Relations; Kateeka Harris, director of judicial affairs; Sharon Isacco, communication services manager; Maria Mullin, clerk typist 2 in the Office of Multicultural Programs; John Press, manager of technical support services; Mary Purdy, library technician in Bailey Library; Margie Riddell, payroll manager; Jodiann Solito, director of SRU's Women's Center; and Lori Wolfe, storekeeper 2 in central receiving


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