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OIT Student Employee Recognition Program

Previously Honored Consultants – Q

Gregory Quinn

February 2011 Busch Consultant of the Month (Spring Semester)

Greg has worked for Busch for several semesters and has really become a valuable member of the ARC team! He is always ready for his shift, no matter what time of day it is, and does so cheerfully. He's always has a smile on his face at least, and he never seems to be having a bad day. Many times we see him in the lab, not as a consultant but as a patron, studying hard for an upcoming exam. But you can tell when he's working he's enjoying himself like he's on vacation. He's very knowledgeable about how to solve patron issues and extremely personable. Greg can make you laugh when you really need it, and the lab most definitely just isn't the same without him being a part of the team! Without a doubt, he possesses the necessary combination of impeccable customer service and consultant skills needed for the job. On top of that, he's a solid consultant, always helpful, and always keeping a high level of work ethic for any shift. No matter how busy, hectic, or stressful the lab can get at times, Greg unequivocally keeps a bright, contagious smile on his face throughout his shifts at ARC. Good job Greg! {wc,fe,kp,km}

Virginia Quiros-Barboza

September 2017 College Avenue Consultant of the Month (Fall Semester)

Virginia began working for OIT in the Fall of 2016. From the beginning of her tenure to now, Virginia has developed into an exceptional consultant. Earning her ResNet certification in the Spring of 2017 she has given us a dependable presence amongst our ResNet-certified ranks and has continued to impress us with her diligence in resolving any issue presented to her. Many go on tickets during their shifts, but Virginia holds the legendary record this year of going on four dispatch tickets in one shift. Consultants like Virginia are the ones supervisors look to when in need of extra help. We love how she leads by example and consistently handles high-pressure situations well. Whether she is doing rounds or troubleshooting a computer, you know she is doing something conducive to the overall success of our team with the best interest of the patrons in mind. Virginia splits her time between work and her studies, as she is pursuing a degree in Biomedical Engineering. We know her coursework is strenuous, but somehow she gives us her best when she comes to work. Thank you Virginia for your professional demeanor, inquisitiveness, and devotion to ResNet. Congratulations on your ResNet Consultant of the Month Award, you deserve it! {kxs}