CSC’s Chris Gurley Wins IT Team Service Award
Chris Gurley, IT Linux administrator in the NC State Computer Science Department, is part of the Campus Linux Team (CLS) that recently won the IT Extraordinary Team Service Impact Award. Gurley, who is a 2015 graduate of the NC State Computer Science Department, has been employed by the department since his graduation.
The inaugural NC State IT Community Awards aim to recognize teams and individuals that have made a significant collaborative impact within the IT Community. Nominees in four categories were recognized at the IT Community Event on November 20, 2019. The four categories are: Extraordinary Project Team Impact Award, Extraordinary Team Service Impact Award, Team Player Award, and Rising Star Award.
The Extraordinary Team Service Impact Award recognizes a team that has functioned exceptionally well and collaborated within and across organizational structures in fulfillment of its operational responsibilities. The criteria for selection focused on exemplary IT operational support as shown through examples of service improvements, innovation or problem solving that were achieved through teamwork, and collaboration.
Congratulations to all the CLS team members including Tom Farwig, Matt Fields, Gary Gatling, Dan Green, Tremaine Grimes, Chris Gurley, Daniel Henninger, Daniel Lucio, Kirk Main, Joshua Snapp, and Dustin Wheeler.
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