Photo Review

Joyce Jones, student services and dean of students, gives a gift to Robert Smalley, Hull College, during his retirement party.

At the conclusion of ASU’s Annual Holiday Luncheon, the staff of ASU’s Human Resources Office pose for a picture with their trophies. The group won first place for Most Toys Collected as well as for the Holiday Decorating Contest.

During ASU’s annual Holiday Luncheon, Victoria Worsham, bookstore, takes a picture with Rebecca Colflesh, JagCard Office, after announcing the JagCard Office winning second place in the annual Holiday Decorating Contest.

ASU President William Bloodworth, Jr., takes a picture with a student during the Fall Graduation Celebration at the Maxwell Alumni House.

 Physical Plant staff celebrate the holidays at their annual luncheon.

President Bloodworth poses with Latasha Pugh, physical plant, who was named Physical Plant Employee of the Year as well as Employee of the Fourth Quarter.

After being named the recipient of the Catherine A. Barner Memorial Scholarship, Stephanie Punches, a freshman pre-nursing major, poses with Janice Deloach and Bill English, information technology services. The scholarship was established to honor Catherine Barner’s 30-plus years of service to the campus and her dedication to supporting and improving the technology resources that make it possible for students to obtain the best education possible at ASU.

Robert O’Neal of the O’Neal and Murphy Allstate Insurance Agency gives President Bloodworth a $500 check in honor of the university’s commitment to serving the community.

During the retirement celebration for Robert Parham, former dean of the Pamplin College of Arts and Sciences, President Bloodworth presents him with a commemorative lamp.

Members of the Staff Advisory Council present Joycelyn Owens, Pamplin College of Arts and Sciences, with the 2011 Fall Staff Excellence Award.

In case you missed it, go to http://www.aug.edu/holiday.php to view ASU’s holiday card.

Shannon Nix, counseling center, and LouAnn Blocker, Reese Library, during their presentation Managing Information Overload at
Reese Library’s Staff Development Day.