Informatics staffer selected as recipient of IUPUI civic engagement award
August 12, 2009
Gloria Quiroz, student services counselor, IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, has been named distinguished recipient of the 2009 Nan Bohan Community Engagement Award. The Bohan Award recognizes employees who through extraordinary service and special contributions enhance the culture of service and civic engagement on campus and in their communities.
"It is a privilege for IUPUI to have [Gloria] as a valuable member of our team, helping us to become a leading and model institution in education and employment," said Margo Foreman, chairperson, Staff Council Rewards and Recognition Committee.
Quiroz will receive a monetary award of $1,000 and a plaque presented during the Chancellor’s Employee Recognition Convocation September 25 in the University Place Conference Center auditorium.
The Bohan Award is open to all IUPUI appointed full-time staff members who contribute to the overall mission and success of the University.