Adamczyk receives the John D. Ryder Award 

DADarius Adamczyk, chairman and chief executive officer of Honeywell, received the John D. Ryder Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Award, during the 2018 Alumni Awards Banquet at MSU’s Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, on Saturday, May 5, 2018.  Congratulations!

Adamczyk leads Honeywell, a Fortune 100 company and its $40.5 billion in sales in 2017 with a portfolio that spans industries, homes, building, aviation, defense, space, oil, gas, industrial, chemicals and vehicles. He received bachelor’s degrees in 1988 in electrical engineering and computer engineering.

Stewart receives the MSU Technical Award

MSMs. Michelle Stewart for receiving the 2018 Thomas and Concettina Gliozzo Clerical Technical Recognition/Award. This award is presented annually to a Michigan State University support staff member performing clerical-technical duties. The recipient is selected from nominations received by the CT Recognition Award Selection Committee. The award is sponsored by the Thomas and Concettina Gliozzo Endowment Fund to recognize outstanding MSU clerical-technical employees.  Congratulations!

Charles Gliozzo is director emeritus of MSU's Study Abroad program. Thomas and Concettina Gliozzo were immigrants who became U.S. citizens and recognized the importance of education. Selection criteria include respect and concern for all members of the campus community, diligence in daily work, significant contributions to the community or public
service and innovative thinking.

This year's selection committee was very impressed with Michelle's accomplishments, attitude, and the many examples of students, faculty, staff and other colleagues she has positively impacted throughout her career at Michigan State University.

Michelle has worked at MSU since August of 2012. She started in the Human Resources Department as a Temporary Employee and after a year, applied for full-time employment with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. She was hired full time with the ECE department in August 2013 as a Level 7, Secretary 2. In December 2016 she was reclassified to a Level 9, Office Assistant 3 and began as the Assistant to the Chair and the Supervisor of the Department while continuing to assist faculty and graduate students with travel requests and processing, as well as handling faculty start-up accounts and other duties as needed on a daily basis.

Michelle is also involved with her church community with bible studies, medical clinic for the underprivileged and fellowship contributions. She also provides assistance to the Lansing Parks and Recreation for youth sports.