February and March 2023 Staff Shout Outs

BOONE, N.C. — Awarded by the Appalachian State University Staff Senate, Staff Shout Outs recognize staff members for their positive contributions to the University. In the first quarter of 2023, 4 staff members in the App State College of Arts and Sciences received Staff Shout Outs from their colleagues.


Mindy Cook
Administrative Support Associate
Department of Physics and Astronomy

Cook's nominator wrote: "She has been so helpful wrangling information from my teaching assistants and getting things for them."


Anthony Love
Research Operations Manager
Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences (GES)

Love's nominator wrote: "Thanks for always making 'space' for everyone in GES, even when we may not feel that we have the 'equipment' to be successful. You keep us running smoothly literally every day of the week, despite the challenges that keep getting thrown your way. We appreciate you!"


Lauri Miller
Administrative Support Specialist
Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences

Miller's nominator wrote: "You are a ray of sunshine, everyday, Lauri. You are always willing to help our faculty, students and staff and we can't tell you often enough how much we appreciate you. You truly go above and beyond each and every day. Thank you! XO"


Elise Weaver
Lecturer and Astronomy Undergraduate Laboratory Director
Department of Physics and Astronomy

Weaver's nominator wrote: "Elise does amazing random acts of kindness. She celebrates and extends diversity, equality and inclusivity."


Congratulations to Cook, Love, Miller and Weaver! To give an App State staff member a Shout Out, visit staffsenate.appstate.edu/committees/staff-recognition.


About the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences
Located in Western North Carolina, Appalachian State University provides the perfect setting to study geological and environmental sciences. The Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences provides students with a solid foundation on which to prepare for graduate school or build successful careers as scientists, consultants and secondary education teachers. The department offers six degree options in geology and two degree options in environmental science. Learn more at https://earth.appstate.edu.

About the Department of Physics and Astronomy
The Department of Physics and Astronomy’s curriculum has an applied nature that includes a core of fundamental physics courses and laboratory experiences. The department prepares graduates for a variety of scientific, teaching or engineering professions, as well as future educational endeavors. Learn more at https://physics.appstate.edu.

Mindy Cook, Anthony Love, Lauri Miller and Elise Weaver received Staff Shout Outs in February and March 2023.
Published: Apr 10, 2023 9:15am