Deadline for nominations: April 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
Each year, the Patrick Phillips Award for Staff Service is awarded to a deserving staff member who displays competence, commitment, courtesy and concern for others routinely; who without fanfare or self-promotion, contributes daily to the success of the Campus.
The Award includes a cash prize and a framed certificate. The recipient is honoured at the annual Celebration of Distinguished Services, normally held in June.
The Award is made annually on the advice of a Selection Committee made up of various campus constituencies including faculty, staff and students. A call for nominations is widely publicized and all letters of nomination received by the specified date are considered by the Selection Committee.
The Nomination Package Components
A complete nomination package consists of ONE PDF file that contains the following:
1. Only One Letter of Nomination written by a current student, staff or faculty member of the University community, detailing the specific contributions of the nominee, which address the selection criteria above.
a. The point form letter must include a clear and concise description of the candidate’s accomplishments and reason for nomination
*Self-nominations or packages that are compiled by the nominee will not be accepted
2. Only Three Letters of Support
a. Letters of support must not exceed three per package
Please find the Patrick Phillips Award for Staff Service Sample Nomination Package for your reference here.
Patrick S. Phillips was Director of Administration at UTSC, a position he held for 15 years until his retirement in 1999. Upon his retirement, an endowed award was established in his name. The Patrick S. Phillips Award for Staff Service commemorates the outstanding leadership and achievements left by Phillips during his years of service at UTSC.
He cared deeply about the quality of programmes and services on campus and championed many capital projects. Some of his achievements include the creation of N’Sheemaehn Child Care Centre, the RideSafer / the WalkSafer Programmes, the Phase III Residences, the Underground Parking/Garage, the Student Village Centre, the Recreation Wing Cafeteria renovation, and the Police Services Desk/Offices. He was also a strong advocate of AccessAbility Services.