Wednesday, March 30, 2011

International Programs Business Manager wins National Award

Pam Rosenberg
At its annual conference March 31 – April 1, Phi Beta Delta, the Honor Society for International Scholars, will present its 2011 Edward S. Blankenship Outstanding Staff Award to Pamela K. Rosenberg, Business Manager for the Division of International Programs and Treasurer of Zeta Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Delta. 

The Blankenship Award recognizes outstanding leadership and support of the development and activities of a local chapter of Phi Beta Delta. As Treasurer of NIU’s Chapter, which was founded on November 18, 2004, Rosenberg has been instrumental in maintaining a very high level of continuing support from NIU faculty, staff and students inducted into the Chapter.  

Pam with the PYLP Group
“Pam’s outstanding performance as our Chapter Treasurer has greatly facilitated the development and growth of Zeta Gamma Chapter,” noted Deb Pierce, Associate Provost for International Programs, who nominated Rosenberg for this national recognition.  “To her business acumen she adds a passionate dedication to the goals of international education and to those of Phi Beta Delta.” 

Anne Seitzinger, Director of Study Abroad, and Sara Clayton, Administrative Assistant, also appreciate Rosenberg’s leadership in insuring the financial viability of Zeta Gamma Chapter.  “She welcomes any challenge and has the capacity to go above and beyond in dealing with everything from finances, policies, and customer service to new initiatives, projects, and more.”  
Pam and PYLP Group

With a strong base of continuing members and with excellent faculty leadership, including current Chapter President Christopher M. Jones, Chair of the Department of Political Science, Zeta Gamma Chapter has twice been named “Outstanding Midwest Regional Chapter” of the international society. “Membership in Phi Beta Delta is an excellent way to recognize NIU faculty, staff, and students engaged in international education and a superb conduit to promote global understanding across the university community,” said Jones.

Dancing with PYLP Group

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