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Long-serving staff at the Institute of Molecular Biosciences were honoured at an event at the Manawatu campus last week.
Institute head Professor Barry Scott presented 16 staff with an award marking their years of service.
Among those to receive awards were Distinguished Professor David Penny and Robert Cleaver, who have been at Massey University for more than 40 years.
Professor Scott says the awards recognise the commitment the staff members, both academic and general, have made to the institute and the University.
“The teaching and research success of the institute relies on all the staff,” he says. “We are a team that works together toward common goals. I value the contribution of all staff in helping us achieve our goals. Recognition of long service is a very important part of the institute’s values, because the corporate knowledge and continuity provided by long-serving staff underpin our success.”
The staff honoured:
David Penny (40 years service since 1966)
Robert Cleaver (40 years service since 1972)
Kathryn Stowell (30 years service since 1976)
Evelyn Clinch for (30 years service since 1982)
Paul Hocquard (30 years service since 1982)
Gillian Norris (20 years service since 1983)
Neville Honey (20 years service since 1984)
Barry Scott 20 (years service since 1985)
Trish McLenachan (20 years service since 1985)
Carole Flyger (20 years service since 1986)
Adrian Koolaard (20 years service since 1986)
Christopher Burrows (20 years service since 1987)
Mark Patchett (20 years service since 1991)
Rosie Bradshaw (20 years service since 1991)
Jan Schmid (20 years service since 1992)
Peter Lockhart for (20 years service since 1992)
Created: 27/03/2012 | Last updated: 27/03/2012
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