Author: Kamille Webb


  • Warm Welcomes – December 2023

    Welcome  A BIG warm welcome and congratulations to the new Cardinals who joined the Business Affairs family in November! Candace Bartholomew Food Concept Group Leader Austyn Brown Food Concept Group Leader Jason Conley Food Service Worker Timothy Delph Bookkeeper and Auditor Collette Grimes Food Service Cashier Morgan Jennings Food Service Worker Sharon Mccoy Food Service […]

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  • Enduring Values: Gratitude Playlist Update

    “Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Thank you to those who contributed to our gratitude playlist. We’ve reached the end of […]

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  • Enduring Values: Reflections of Gratitude

    “When we focus on our gratitude, the tide of disappointment goes out and the tide of love rushes in.”- Kristin Armstrong It’s the final week of our month-long celebration of our Enduring Value, Gratitude.  Reflect back on our focus on gratitude this past month. Have you experienced any perspective shifts? What are some things you’re […]

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  • Enduring Values: Grateful for Strengths

    “Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.”- Voltaire It’s week three of our month-long celebration of our Enduring Value, Gratitude. This week we will focus on appreciating our personal strengths as well as the strengths around us. What strengths are you grateful to have? Similarly, […]

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  • Enduring Values: Gratitude in a name

    “We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.”- John F. Kennedy It’s week two of our month-long celebration of our Enduring Value, Gratitude. This week we’ll focus on expressing our gratitude to colleagues.  Vertically write the name of a person that you’re grateful for. For each […]

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  • Enduring Values: Gratitude Playlist

    “The heart that gives thanks is a happy one, for we cannot feel thankful and unhappy at the same time.”- Douglas Wood Today starts our month-long celebration of our Enduring Value, Gratitude. We’ll begin by creating an environment of gratitude through music. Let’s build a gratefulness playlist together. What songs inspire an attitude of gratitude for […]

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  • Enduring Values: Gratitude

    We’re very fortunate to have enduring values interwoven into the fabric of our university’s cultural DNA that guide our way of life at BSU. In the month of November, let’s take a moment to reflect on how gratitude is operationalized in our various work units and our personal lives. Gratitude. We commit to express appreciation to […]

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  • The Story of Business & Auxiliary Services

    Provide a summary of the work performed and services offered in your area. Business and Auxiliary Services encompasses 60 percent of the Division of Business Affairs workforce including the following units: University Dining & Catering, Sports/Athletic Facilities, Recreation Services, Purchasing Services, Central Stores, Moving & Storage, Printing Services, Central Mail, University Barnes & Noble Bookstore, […]

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  • Warm Welcomes- November 2023

    Welcome  A BIG warm welcome and congratulations to the new Cardinals who’ve joined the Business Affairs family since July 2023! July Ashlee Adams Custodian Elizabeth Batt Benefits Specialist Rhonda Ice Custodian Richard Songer PT Food Service Worker August  Christina Aguilar Food Service Custodian Brianna Bailey Food Service Cashier Hailey Baird Food Service Worker Larisa Baker […]

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  • The BA Chirp: November Issue

    A Message from Alan I am thrilled to provide a message in the first blog post of The BA Chirp. My hope is that it will bridge the communication gap, serve as a platform to tell the stories of our work and celebrate our professional and personal accomplishments.  The work that we do would not […]

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