Center for Executive Development Administrative Assistant and Program Coordinator Pam Curry is a 2005 recipient of the President’s Meritorious Service Award. That makes her the first Mays employee in five years to win the honor, which recognizes the university’s top employees and their dedication to work and the people around them.

Since a move from the Undergraduate Program Office in April, Curry has handled the center’s billing, accounting and office tasks as well as programming for law enforcement training and U.S. Army MWR (morale, welfare and recreation) development programs.

In another win for Mays, Wehner Custodial Staff Crew K was named the team recipient of the President’s Meritorious Service Award. During a breakfast in the crew’s honor, Dean Jerry Strawser thanked the team for their commitment to the Wehner Building’s constant upkeep. “Everyone who comes into this building tells me how professional it looks, how taken care of,” Strawser said. “Thank you for your dedication.”