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P'Sack' December 2008 Awardee

Beverly Rudd

Associate Director of Alumni Relations
Alumni Center

P'Sack' Awardee of the Month



Student nomination:  Bev is a great advisor for the student alumni/purple pak.  She is always willing to help out in any way she can.  Just recently we were able to get a bus together to travel to the NAU vs WSU game.  That would not have happened if it were not for Bev!  She is also the biggest reason that we are able to go to the ISU game this weekend.  Bev is the kind of advisor who doe not just tell people what to do, she is willing to get there and get her hands dirty.  I really think that Bev would be a great candidate for this or any other award you happen to have. 

Staff nomination: Bev Rudd energized WSU students to make Purple Pak the largest student organization on campus.  Working to create meaningful events, she partners with student activities, athletics, and many campus departments.  She attends every football game to help students at the Purple Pak Shack.  She gathered donations to take Purple Pak to Flagstaff and the football team stated that support greatly contributed to their first undefeated Big Sky conference record.  When the Wildcat Club was struggling to make Split the Pot successful, she engaged Purple Pak members to help sell the tickets that fund athletic scholarships.

As Student Alumni advisor, Bev trains students in organizational leadership and community service.  Student Alumnis  Freeze Your Coat Off race gathered many contributions of food and clothing for local charities.  The annual Alumni Golf Classic Bev organizes funded more than 20 scholarships in 2008-09.

Bevs contributions to WSU don't stop with the students.  She manages the alumni center where more than 300 campus meetings are held each year.  If an event encounters problems, she solves them, and WSU staff and faculty rely on her help to make their events successful.

The idea of a 40 hour week doesn't exist in Bev's world.  Whether its working with students at 7 a.m. or 9 p.m., she is there.  When events require her involvement after hours and on weekends, she is there.  She gives her all to make WSU and our students successful.



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