Student Employee of the Year Named at Honors Day Ceremony
Story posted May 15, 1999
May 28, 1999, BRUNSWICK, Maine -- Micah San Antonio was honored as the student employee of the year at Bowdoin College's third annual Honor's Day ceremony.
San Antonio, a junior from Bangor, is senior student system administrator for the department of computing and information services (CIS).
His supervisor, Tad Macy, referred to him as "steady friendly, quiet and soft spoken" and said that his manner had allowed San Antonio to excel at customer service. Since working for CIS San Antonio has upgraded operating systems on the central UNIX systems, repaired the crashed web server and handled the installation, configuration and rollout of the new mail system.
These tasks required technical expertise, hard work and dedication, and Macy said he could count on San Antonio as much as he could any full-time employee.
A panel of Bowdoin alumni, students, faculty and staff judged the competition. Students are nominated by their campus supervisors and judged on reliability, quality of work, initiative, disposition and contributions to Bowdoin.
The student employee of the year program is sponsored by the Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators and includes competition at the campus, state, regional and national levels. At Bowdoin, it is administered by the office of student employment.
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