Division of Enrollment Management & Student Success
Staff Awards and Recognition
Staff Award nominations bring recognition to deserving staff and demonstrate a commitment to advancing the goals of the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMASS) at Morgan State University. Select awards also provide an opportunity to recognize campus and community partners.
EMASS Support Staff Member of the Year:
This award recognizes a support staff member who consistently and effectively performs their duties in a manner that enhances the work environment. Without this individual, an organization or department would not be able to function as efficiently or effectively. Only support staff (administrative support staff) are eligible.
EMASS Unsung Hero:
This award recognizes a "behind-the-scenes" individual who consistently and effectively performs his/her duties in a manner that enhances the work environment for others. They go above and beyond their job responsibilities to support the mission of their department and the Division, yet they seem to never openly seek recognition or credit.
EMASS Employee of the Year:
This award recognizes a staff member with at least two years of service for his/her outstanding services to the Division and support of the mission, vision, core values and strategic priorities of the University. Directors are not eligible for this award.
EMASS PATH Award:
This award recognizes a staff member who best exemplifies the qualities of the EMASS PATH (professionalism, accuracy, timeliness, and helpfulness) and has improved customer service for faculty, staff, students, and/or community members.
EMASS Innovator of the Year:
This award recognizes a staff member that utilized a creative approach to advance the work of EMASS. They have shown initiative to innovate and create solutions that address a gap or need within their department or the Division.
Friend of the Division:
This award recognizes an individual or group outside of the Division whose extraordinary contributions have made a lasting impact on EMASS.