Alberter, who joined Pitt-Johnstown in 1987, was the recipient of the President’s Staff Award for Excellence in Service to UPJ. A driving force behind the implementation of PeopleSoft on campus, Alberter also is a member of the UPJ Staff Activities and Concerns Association and serves on the enrollment management and first-year experience task force and the UPJ facilities, infrastructure and technology task force.
According to UPJ President Jem Spectar, Alberter consistently explores ways to better serve students, faculty and staff. “Her ‘can-do’ attitude has transformed the Registrar’s office into one that is student-centered and always cheerful,” he said.
Lawn, who began her career at UPJ in 2000, was the recipient of the President’s Staff Award for Excellence in Service to the Community.
Lawn was recognized for her involvement in numerous service projects including Habitat for Humanity, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Arthritis Foundation, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and the ALS Association.
Spectar noted, “Through her volunteerism, Mrs. Lawn has shown the high value placed on community service as she serves as an inspiration to those around her.”
Both women were recognized at a Dec. 18 staff luncheon where they were presented with engraved mantel clocks.
via University Times