Nominated by Steve Farrell.
Exemplifying reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism, and uniqueness of contribution.
Kristin Megan Watts has worked as a Student Environmental Health Technician since the fall of 2003. Her main responsibilities include weekly analysis of chlorine levels and coliform sampling of Wright State's drinking water and maintenance of records of infectious waste production, recycling inventory, storm water discharge, and storage of hazardous chemicals.
Her supervisor, Steve Farrell says, "Kristin has been able to perform all her duties with little need for anything more than introductory direction. She is always able to take on a task and complete it in a timely and thorough fashion. The quality of her work always shows through."
Dr. Dan Abrahamowicz presented the Student Employee of the Year Award to Kristin on Monday, March 28, 2005, in the lobby of Millett Hall. Her co-workers were able to congratulate Kristin following the presentation, at a reception hosted by Career Services.
In addition to her student employment responsibilities, Kristin has been a member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, National Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key International Honour Society, Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, and Habitat for Humanity. She plans to begin graduate school in the fall.
Thank you to all students participating in the Student Employment Program at Wright State University. Your work is valued and your efforts are appreciated.