National Student Employment Week

In honor of National Student Employment Week, celebrated Monday, April 8, through Friday, April 12, 2024, the ’Cuse Works team organizes a variety of events, including hosting recognition awards for student employees. This week takes time to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work and positive campus contributions made daily by student employees. All students are encouraged to attend events, connect with the ’Cuse Works team and explore student employment opportunities for both Federal Work-Study and Non-Federal Work-Study positions.

Student Employee of the Year Award Nomination Form 2022-2023

Complete the Student Employee of the Year Award nomination form to nominate undergraduate and graduate student employees. The deadline for nominations is Monday, March 18, 2024.

Student Employee Supervisor of the Year Award Nomination 2022-2023

To nominate a staff/faculty member who supervises student employees for the Supervisor of the Year Award, please email the ‘Cuse Works team with the following information. The deadline for nominations is Monday, March 18, 2024.

  • Supervisor Name
  • Supervisor Email
  • Department
  • Description on why they should be considered for the Supervisor of the Year Award

Student Employment Recognition Committee Members 2022-2023

  • Brianne Crowley, Student Office Assistant, 'Cuse Works
  • Deena Capria, Food Services Coordinator, Campus Cafes
  • Giovanna Albaroni, Associate Registrar, Registrar
  • Karina Anderson, Assistant Director, Financial Literacy
  • Kevin Stensburg, Investigator, Student Title IX
  • Marie Nygard, Office Coordinator III, CVPA Dean's Office
  • Melissa Chirico-Brown, Operations Assistant, CVPA Dean's Office
  • Nancy Vaught, Office Coordinator, Public Communications - Newhouse School

Student Employee of the Year Award Recognition 2022-2023

Undergraduate Student Employee of the Year: Jacob McGraw '23, Community Standards

Graduate Student Employee of the Year: Andre Santibañez '20 G'23, Recreation, Barnes Center at The Arch

Undergraduate Student Employee of the Year Nominees

  • Aryaan Anand, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Sandra Baker, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Kristen Bashen, Syracuse Abroad
  • Felix Baur, Information Technology, Martin J. Whitman School of Management
  • Chris Bezdedeanu, Admissions, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Trinity Boyer, Nutrition Science and Dietetics and Food Studies departments, David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
  • Ainsley Brouse, Setnor School of Music
  • Savanna Capdeville, Multicultural Affairs
  • Sophia Clinton, Center for Policy Research
  • Ethan Cohen, Athletics
  • Morgan Collier, Syracuse University Libraries
  • Megan Cooper, Syracuse Abroad
  • Gabriela Corso, Human Resources
  • Giana DiTolla, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
  • Rebecca Dresnack, Student Living
  • Megan Edenfeld, Living Learning Communities
  • Lily Fleet, Early Education and Child Care Center (EECCC)
  • Wesley Gardner, Nutrition Science and Dietetics and Food Studies departments, Falk College
  • Keighley Gentle, Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), Syracuse University Libraries
  • Xuezhu "Stephanie" Hua, Office of Student Services, Falk College
  • Kasey Jackson, Student Living
  • Madeline Jones, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Daniella Le, Recreation, Barnes Center at The Arch
  • Nadia Lyngdoh-Sommer, Shaw Center for Public and Community Service
  • Elizabeth Mack, Hendricks Chapel
  • Damyon Maw-Coe, Web Services, Advancement and External Affairs
  • Joshua Miner, Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), Syracuse University Libraries
  • Sophia Moore, Newhouse School
  • Rylee Pohancsek, Marketing and Communications, Whitman School
  • Barbara Pozo, Student Living
  • Lauren Quackenbush, Learning and Academic Engagement, Syracuse University Libraries
  • Oliver Raycroft, Living Learning Communities
  • Anna Rooney, Marketing and Communications, Whitman School
  • Christian "CJ" Ruiz, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Kayleigh Sattler, Student Living
  • Mary Schieman, Student Success and Career Advising, College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Charlotte Shea, Student Experience Communications
  • Allen Soberanes, Student Experience Technical Services
  • Natalie Stopyra, Syracuse University Campus Store
  • Dillon Sullivan, Aquatics, Barnes Center at The Arch
  • Caylynn Taylor, Sadler Dining Center, Syracuse University Food Services
  • Anthony Tricarico, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Ellany Tsin, Student Living
  • Merces Tucker, Syracuse University Food Services
  • Surya Vaidy, Hendricks Chapel
  • Monica Willkens, Learning Environments and Media Production (LEMP), Information Technology Services (ITS)
  • Lidia Woolery, Environmental and Interior Design, College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Mark Young, Hendricks Chapel
  • Isabella Zuluaga, Registrar's Office, College of Law

Graduate Student Employees of the Year Nominees

  • Rachel Allen, Student Engagement
  • Johanna Bermudez, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Rahul Bhatt, Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE)
  • Thomas Bouril, History Department, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
  • Paige Bringer, Syracuse University Libraries
  • Dylan Caskie, Information Technology Services (ITS)
  • Chun Chu, Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Aiden Ciaffaglione, Health Promotion, Barnes Center at The Arch
  • Ellen Connuck, Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)
  • Saraswati Dhakal, Center for International Services
  • Tanner Garza, Public Relations, Newhouse School
  • Will Gore, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Chloe Guedalia, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Shubham Gurav, Syracuse University Campus Store
  • Jeremy Gurgis, College of Law Library
  • Rachel Hogan, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Sean Horsford, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Reshma Kalla, Brockway Dining Center, Syracuse University Food Services
  • Emma Kemp, Public Administration and International Affairs (PAIA) and Citizenship and Civic Engagement (CCE) departments, Maxwell School
  • Isabela Kent, Center for Policy Research
  • Wenhua Lin, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Rebecca McCall, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Tashna Nair, Television, Radio and Film, Newhouse School
  • Immanuel Nii Odai Odarteifio, Events, Information Technology Services (ITS)
  • Emily Ortega, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)
  • Daniela Puente, Barnes Center at The Arch
  • Hanchong Qian, Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE)
  • Supraja Ramachandran Nair, Recreation, Barnes Center at The Arch
  • Olivia Russo, Information Literacy/LAE
  • Trishla Shekhar Jain, D'Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF)
  • Piper Starnes, Goldring Arts Journalism and Communications Program, Newhouse School
  • Madelaine Thomas, Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), Syracuse University Libraries
  • Ethan Tracey, Computer and Information Technology (CIT), College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Shruti Varma, Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS)

Student Employment Supervisor of the Year Award Recognition 2022-2023

Student Employee Supervisor of the Year: Vicente "Vinnie" Cuevas, Health Promotion, Barnes Center at The Arch

  • Kathryn Bradford, Shaw Center for Public and Community Service
  • Elizabeth Cronk, Student Living
  • Elizabeth Curinga, Newhouse Information and Computing Services (NICS)
  • Isabella Csemez, Syracuse University Career Services
  • Joshua Keating, Information Technology, Martin J. Whitman School of Management
  • Olivia Melinski, Advancement and External Affairs
  • Jarod Perkioniemi, D'Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF)
  • Merces Tucker, Brockway Dining Center, Syracuse University Food Services
  • George Wazen, Department of Public Safety (DPS)

Student Employment Department of the Year Award 2022-2023

Congratulations to First Year Seminar (FYS 101)!

Syracuse University Student Employment

In a typical year there are approximately 6,500 student employees in a variety of roles from Food Services, the Library, Barnes Center at The Arch and so many more. These jobs not only provide financial assistance but also the opportunity to grow professional skills and competencies that will assist students throughout their professional careers.

For additional information or to request accommodations, please contact the ’Cuse Works team.