February/March Review Officers of the Month
Angie Hambrick, Director of The Diversity Center
Angie continues to show her deep level of care and concern for our students through her role as a Review Officer. She continually serves in situations that require the professional knowledge and the personal finesse to be real with our students and help them figure out what it means for them to be their true selves at PLU. Angie has served for many years and is viewed as a seasoned colleague who can offer insight and help when needed. The Student Conduct Process is lucky to have professionals such as Angie serving as a Review Officer and her approach is one that only betters our work.
Ian Jamieson, Assistant Director of Student Involvement and Leadership
Ian continually goes above and beyond to serve our students and the process as a Review Officer. Whether he is involved in a situation that requires high levels of care and concern or is serving as an appeal officer, Ian gives his all. Students have noted that Ian has made them feel heard and respected through the Student Conduct Process. Ian continues to be willing to work closely with colleagues as a Review Officer or serve as a resource to students who are going through the process. His dedication and work warrant this recognition as a Review Officer of the Month.
November/December Review Officers of the Month:
Tom Huelsbeck, Associate Dean of Campus Life and Executive Director of Residential Life
Tom received this honor by demonstrating a commitment and dedication to providing an educational experience for our students throughout the Review Meeting process. Tom shows a level of care and concern that is unparalleled and results in his fellow Review Officers truly enjoying the opportunity to work with him on occasion. His continued support and willingness to serve is appreciated by not only the staff but by the students who interact with him throughout the process.
Joel Zylstra, Director, Center for Community Engagement and Service
Joel has received this honor as a result of his thoughtful nature, willingness to ask the difficult questions, and ability to help students connect to the core issue in a situation. His colleagues have commented on his remarkable talents as a Review Officer and how it is pure joy to work with him and watch his mind work. Joel credits his success in this role to his Review Officer partners including past recipient Lace Smith.
October Review Officer of the Month:
Mercy Daramola, Resident Director for Stuen and Ordal, Residential Life
Mercy received this honor in her first semester as a professional staff member at Pacific Lutheran University by demonstrating a commitment and dedication to providing an educational experience for our students. Her nominator noted her level of care and concern for not only the student but the greater community. We are lucky to have her as one of our Review Officers.
September Review Officer of the Month:
Lace Smith, Assistant Director for Technology and Social Media, Student Involvement and Leadership
Lace received this honor as a result of her commitment and dedication to providing an educational experience for our students. Even in difficult situations or meetings, students note the level of care and respect that Lace demonstrates at all times. We are very lucky to have her as one of our Review Officers.