It is our pleasure to announce the faculty and staff winners of the Winter term 2019 Circle of Caring Award! We were very pleased with the number of nominations we received, and want to acknowledge everyone who was nominated.
Congratulations to Kathryn Schrag as the faculty recipient and Miranda Napier as the staff recipient.
This award is a recognition for Frontier faculty and staff who go above and beyond everyday duties and strive to uphold FNU’s mission and Culture of Caring.
Nominations for this award were submitted anonymously by faculty and staff. A committee then voted on each nomination based on the following Culture of Caring characteristics: professionalism, mutual support, respect, positive communication and inclusivity.
Kathryn Schrag serves as a senior instructor at FNU. The following statement was included in her nomination:
“Kathryn kept track of my progress through the DNP program and sent me a gift at the end of every term. She did not have any role in my courses, she was not an official mentor. She just did it to cheer me on. I feel very touched by her gesture of kindness and support.”
This statement was included in Miranda Napier’s nomination:
“While at CB I managed to lock the keys in the car. Miranda went above and beyond to try and get help for me. She called her own Dad who was able to help me. This is the Inclusivity (caring, kindness, helpful) that FNU stands for! Thank you Miranda!!”
Thank you to everyone who sent in a nomination. It was a difficult decision as our winners and nominees had multiple nominations.
If your submission did not win, we encourage you to keep the nominations coming and remind you to send a Culture of Caring card to personally thank your nominee. Please feel free to start submitting nominations for spring term! Click here to make your nomination.