Clerical-Technical Recognition Award
The Clerical-Technical Recognition 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.
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.
The winner will be profiled in Source and receive a monetary award of $1,000 in recognition of their outstanding service.
Learn more about the 2022 CT Award Winner, Jessica Thelen, by watching the video below or reading about her on the SourceLive blog.
The nomination period for the 2023 award year has ended. This page will be updated in 2024 when nominations reopen.
Individuals may be nominated by any member of the MSU community. To nominate an individual you will need to complete a nomination form and collect a minimum of two support letters (maximum of five) by MSU colleagues. You may include additional information if it supports the applicant’s nomination. Please note: nominees must be part of the CT Union.