Kudos to Elizabeth Sonnabend: Thank you for your presentation to the Board of Trustees about experiential learning and how you connect marketing students to real-world opportunities. Your student stories showed that you are providing meaningful educational experiences based on their life situations. It was inspiring to see the excitement, commitment, and creativity you bring to your teaching, and see the real-life connections you help our students make within their communities.

Kudos to Bryce Turner: I appreciate the simplified remote access to our shared departmental drives. Thank you! Kudos for making our work lives a bit smoother in this remote environment. While I realize that you likely made this change as a normal part of your work, it is completely appreciated.

Kudos to Craig Hadley & the Dennos Museum Center: Thank you, Craig, for teaching this impactful EES class called, “On Display: Curating 75 Years of Japanese American Incarceration (Livestream).” Understanding our history helps us to understand one another, and the EES team appreciates you sharing your expertise and knowledge with our community. Thank you to the Dennos team for collaborating with EES in the promotion of this great class.

Experts suggest maintaining an “attitude of gratitude” increases positivity for yourself and for others. Please encourage your colleagues by submitting a KUDOS. Let them know you appreciate their hard work and are thinking of them!