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May 9, 2016
 

IT Student Worker of the Month: April 2016


Kazi Rezwan took a selfie with President Riordan on Inauguration Day.

Rezwan took a selfie with President Riordan on Inauguration Day.

The staff of the Office of Information Technology would like to congratulate

Kazi Rezwan

Student Worker of the Month for April 2016

“Rezwan,” as he prefers to be called, started working in the Office of Information Technology in Fall 2014 as a Purchasing Clerk and assisting with other CIO office tasks. He is building his hands-on skills by training with IT’s Network System Administration  team.

Rezwan is a Computer Science major concentrating in Information Security and will graduate in 2017.

Here are some of the comments we received from IT staff members and other student workers who nominated him:

“Rezwan gives 100 percent in every task he takes on no matter how big or small. He is always willing to lend a hand, all with an upbeat, pleasant attitude. Rezwan is truly an asset to our team!”

“Rezwan has shown his exemplary work ethics in everything he does. He is the type of person who will go above and beyond to ensure what he is working on is done to the best of his abilities. Rezwan always has a smile on his face and by doing so shows others that he is happy to assist. We truly enjoy having him as part of our team.”

Rezwan has shown an impressive dedication to producing a high quality and volume of work. He has a great attitude when working as part of a team and is able to take on new challenges and work independently when it’s required. His ability to see the big picture and understand abstract concepts such as our purpose here of working for the greater good make him an asset to our area as well as to the IT department as a whole.

As an employee, Rezwan is both self-motivated and eager to provide assistance wherever needed. He goes above and beyond to far exceed all of our expectations in the IT department. He has a fantastic work ethic and he is always willing to learn more to improve himself and help others. “

Rezwan is an outstanding student worker.  He is willing to learn new tasks and takes initiative to improve upon our procedures.


About IT’s Employee of the Month Nominations

It is important to demonstrate our appreciation for the contributions of our student workers to their teams, to the Office of Information Technology, and to Adelphi University as a whole. At the end of each month, we will honor one student worker who has demonstrated commitment, leadership, and initiative in their position. The recipient will be presented with a certificate and gift, as well as a featured spot on our IT website.

All IT employees (including student workers) are encouraged to submit nominations for their choice for Student Worker of the Month. Your nominee should display qualities deserving of recognition.

Please submit all nominations through the Student Worker of the Month Nomination Form.

 
 
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