The final prize winners in S&T’s Vaccine Incentive Program have been drawn.
David Atkinson, network engineer in IT, won an S&T Experimental Mine prize pack. The prize includes lunch at S&T’s Experimental Mine, a tour of the mine and the opportunity to blow something up with the supervision of his tour guide, Dr. Catherine Johnson, associate professor of mining and explosives engineering.
Dr. James Murphy, associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students, won a half-day ride-along and lunch with University Police Chief Doug Roberts.
Additional winners include:
Dr. Rui Bo, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, won a Yeti Rambler
Dr. Joel Burken, Curators’ Distinguished Professor and chair of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, won a Yeti Rambler
Stephen Casey, senior academic advisor for mining, won a North Face backpack
Wendy Eloe, senior student recruitment specialist in admissions, won Apple Air Pods
Jackie Marling, educational program coordinator for the South Central Regional Professional Development Center, won an Apple Watch
Dorie Paine, senior director of residential life and university housing, won a Yeti Rambler
Dr. Vahe Permzadian, assistant professor of psychological science, won a Yeti Rambler
Elizabeth Reardon, instructional designer for the Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE), won an Amazon gift card
Jeannie Werner, office support assistant in civil, architectural and environmental engineering, won an Amazon gift card.