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SPOT Awards

The Spot Award Program was initiated in 2000 to recognize and reward those individual staff members who have made short-term extraordinary contributions or accomplishments.  It honors those who have excelled in resolving complex problems leading to improvement or innovations resulting in cost savings, increased productivity, efficiency of operations, higher morale, and safety.  It was a great pleasure to present Spot awards to Dolores Stevenson and Jamie Alkhateeb (left) for their efforts in organizing our drop test experiment to simulate microgravity conditions.  Also, Carl Wojtkowiak (second from right) for his efforts in obtaining a donation of half-coated light bulbs from Sylvania that we use in our classroom visits and workshops.  Also pictured is Fran White (second from left, Head of Site Protection) and Andrew Zwicker (right, Head of Science Education).

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