College recognizes employees, retirees

Ripon College held its annual employee recognition breakfast this morning, recognizing employees for their years of service to the institution. Each year, the College celebrates its employees’ five-year milestones. Also recognized were 14 members of the faculty and staff who retired or will be retiring this year.


Recognition of Employees for Years of Service

For 5 Years:

  • Thomas A. Avery, Teaching Assistant of Business Management
  • Craig C. Bowden, Adjunct Professor of Psychology
  • John G. Dalziel, Associate Professor of Theatre
  • Erik K. Dietrich, Desktop Support Specialist
  • Marc A. Eaton, Assistant Professor of Sociology
  • Joshua A. Filler, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Terri L. Fredenberg-Holzman, Director of Foundation and Government Relations
  • Michelle K. Lippart, Director of Annual Giving and Estate Planning
  • Katherine S. Moody, Assistant Librarian – Access Services
  • Ann Pleiss Morris, Assistant Professor of English
  • Sam G. Schroeder, Head Coach of Women’s Soccer, Coordinator of Athletic Programming and Student-Athlete Development
  • Barbara E. Sisson, Assistant Professor of Biology
  • Andrea N. Young, Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences

For 10 Years:

  • Jaye M. Alderson, College Editor
  • Sarah J. Desotell, Associate Professor of Physics
  • Amy L. Gerretsen, Director of Constituent Engagement and Career Services
  • Paul F. Jeffries, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Coordinator of the First-Year Studies Program
  • Memuna Z. Khan, Associate Professor of Biology
  • Sandra Polcyn, Adjunct Instructor of Music
  • Amanda M. Przybyl, Director of the Mail Center and One Card Assistant
  • Rafael F. Salas, Associate Professor of Art and Director of the Caestecker Gallery
  • Michael J. Westemeier, Director of Sports Information

For 15 Years:

  • Todd N. Pomplun, Equipment Manager, Department of Exercise Science and Groundskeeper, Physical Plant
  • Margaret M. Schwemmer, Academic Support Specialist, Farr Hall of Science, and Seasonal Assistant in Advancement

For 20 Years:

  • Marion S. Ziemba, Housekeeper, Physical Plant

For 25 Years:

  • Robert L. Amsden, Professor of Theatre and the Doreen L. ’73 and David I. Chemerow Chair in Theatre
  • Colleen M. Byron, Professor of Chemistry and the L. Leone Oyster ’19 Chair in Chemistry
  • Ronald L. Ernst, Professor of Exercise Science, Head Coach of Football and Assistant Athletic Director
  • Gary S. Rodman, Director of Enterprise Applications
  • Christina M. Sabel, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Finance
  • Carol J. Seeliger, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Advancement

For 30 Years:

  • Joe W. Hatcher, Professor of Psychology

For 35 Years:

  • Barbara A. McGowan, Professor of History and the Delmar D. Wensink Professor of Political Economy
  • David W. Scott, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences

Recognition of Retirees

  • After 12 Years of Service: Larry P. Malchow, Executive Director of Development
  • After 17 Years of Service: Barbara L. Johnson, Chemistry Stockroom Supervisor
  • After 20 Years of Service: Mary E. Avery, Professor of Business Management and Director of the Business Management Program
  • After 20 Years of Service: Susan M. Hill, Visiting Professor of Theatre and Educational Studies Clinical Coordinator
  • After 23 Years of Service: Thomas L. Ellenbecker, Maintenance Worker, Physical Plant
  • After 23 Years of Service: Donna J. Marquart, Academic Support Specialist
  • After 24 Years of Service: Elizabeth A. Parker, Director of the Mail Center
  • After 29 Years of Service: David M. Graham, Professor of English and the Helen Swift Neilson Professor of Cultural Studies
  • After 30 Years of Service: Kristine J. Peters, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • After 31 Years of Service: Linda M. Clemente, Professor of French
  • After 35 Years of Service: Russell L. Blake, Professor of History and the Ralph Hale Ruppert Distinguished Professor of American History, Principles and Traditions
  • After 40 Years of Service: Martin F. Farrell, Professor of Politics and Government and Coordinator of the Global Studies Program
  • After 43 Years of Service: Toni D. Hollenback, Secretary/Technician – Admission
  • After 45 Years of Service: Karl A. Beres, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

 


Also recognized during the breakfast were this year’s recipients of the Presidential Staff Awards. Receiving these awards were:

  • For Administration: Lori SchulzeController
  • For Admission and Financial Aid: David Woodward, Director of Financial Aid
  • For Advancement: Peggy HutchingsGift Processor
  • For Student Life: Melissa BemusDirector of Student Activities and Orientation
  • For General Excellence: Brian DisterhaftDirector of Network Operations

 

 


Related Posts

Rafael Francisco Salas

Rafael Francisco Salas published in new anthology, will guest lecture in Kenosha

Professor of Art Rafael Francisco Salas has an essay in the newly published anthology Hope is the Thing: Wisconsinites on Perseverance in a Pandemic. The […]

Chemical reaction

Undergraduate research leads to new discoveries in chemistry for students, professors

Seventeen students collaborated with Professor of Chemistry Joe Scanlon and Associate Professor of Chemistry Patrick Willoughby on ground-breaking research that resulted in a published article […]

Ripon College Logo

Ripon College welcomes new hires for fall 2021

Ripon College welcomes new staff and faculty members who have joined Ripon College during this calendar year. FACULTY Steve Bellin-Oka, Wisconsin’s Own Library poet-in-residence. Lillian […]

Brian Smith

Brian Smith discusses ‘The erosion of truth in American society’

Brian Smith, professor emeritus of religion and co-director of the Center for Politics and the People, gave a ZOOM presentation Sunday, Aug. 8, for the […]

Employee Recognition for Years of Service

 


Related Areas of Study