Penn State Employees Honored For Their Contributions To Campus

Worthington Scranton employees Sandra Feather and Jennifer Nace were recently honored at the campus's Awards Dinner for their contributions to the campus.

Sandra Feather, Associate Director of Enrollment Management/Admissions, was honored with the Gertrude Hawk Chocolates Service Award, which is given each year to a faculty or staff member whose contributions have benefitted the day-to-day activities of the students, campus and community.

Working in the campus's admissions department, Ms. Feather is responsible for student recruitment and retention programs, and oversees all admissions-related programs and activities.

She has been with Penn State Worthington Scranton since 2005.  She resides in South Abington Township with her husband Jeffrey and their two daughters.

Jennifer Nace, Reference and Instruction Librarian, was awarded the Award for Excellence in Administrative Services, which recognizes a campus administration employee or manager for innovative and creative program development. 

Ms. Nace has been with Worthington Scranton since September, 2005 and most recently served as co-chair of Worthington Scranton's  Strategic Planning Committee, where she oversaw a committee of staff and faculty members charged with developing a five-year Strategic Plan for the campus.  She lives in Scranton.