Kimberly Adkins, advisor, First & Second Year Experience, has been named Florida Tech’s Most Valuable Panther for April.
In announcing the award, the Office of Human Resources said:
“Kimberly is the advisor to students majoring in aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering and to the freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma. Kimberly worked with a student to apply for a Phi Eta Sigma scholarship and the student was awarded the $5,000 scholarship. Kimberly was appointed to the Cross Cultural Certificate Implementation Task Force and took the lead in setting up the Canvas course site for the certificate. The certificate program is part of Florida Tech’s quality enhancement plan (QEP) required by SACS as part of quality improvement.”
The MVP program recognizes faculty and staff who embody both the university’s standards for innovation and excellence, and offer quality of service to the campus at large and individual students. Nominees should demonstrate:
- An outstanding accomplishment that benefited the university
- Extraordinary service to customers
- Exemplary efforts to nurture a climate of care, concern and civility
- Creative innovations to service, process or work tools
To nominate future MVPs, visit https://www.fit.edu/hr/forms-and-documents/most-valuable-panther-mvp-nomination-form/#form.