2013 PAT Raffle Winners

On behalf of the PAT Fundraising and Benevolence Committee I would like to extend a sincere thank you for supporting the annual PAT Raffle and Silent Auction that funds the PAT Scholarship for PSU students.  Without your support we would not have been able to raise close to $3,000.  You will find the list of raffle and silent auction prizes below with the recipient of each posted in red.  Congratulations again to all the lucky winners.

PAT Raffle Winners (click here)

PAT Silent Auction Winners (click here)

Thank you again and Happy Holidays!

Lynnette E. Lawrence

Nominate: 2013 Patricia Storer Award

The 2013 Patricia Storer

P.A.T. Award Nomination Form

The Patricia Storer PAT Award was created to recognize and honor an exceptional PAT who demonstrates achievement(s) and contribution(s) to the core values of Plymouth State University.  The PAT who brings honor and recognition to himself or herself and to the University for outstanding service and achievement of the core values deserves special acknowledgment.

We encourage you to open the document below and submit a nomination on behalf of a deserving Plymouth State University PAT member.  Nominations are due Friday, Oct. 4, 2013.

Click here to download/open the nomination form or click here to review a list of current PATs

Nominate: Distinguished PAT 2013

Greetings colleagues;

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2013 Distinguished PAT Award!

To nominate a deserving PAT for this prestigious award, please use our online system by clicking here:


To review a list of current PATs, please click here.

Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 15, 2013.

If you prefer a paper version of the nomination form, feel free to contact Courtney O’Clair at c_oclair@plymouth.edu or by calling ext. 52772. We thank you in advance for your thoughtful consideration of a colleague for this great honor.


The 2013 Distinguished PAT Award Committee

The 2011 Patricia Storer PAT Award

The Patricia Storer PAT Award was created to recognize and honor an exceptional PAT who demonstrates achievement and contribution to the core values of Plymouth State University.  The award is named in honor of Patricia Storer, who, when she retired from her 28 years of service to PSC in 1991, had held the roles of student, teacher, dean, and throughout it all, mentor.  Her enduring positive impact on this campus and on its students, faculty and staff is evident in the people who embody her spirit and inspiration every day.  It is that spirit we look for in the 2011 recipient.   Previous award recipients are:  Frank Cocchiarella (2008), Mary Campbell (2009) and John Clark (2010).   The 2011 recipient will be honored at the PAT meeting on Friday, November 4th.

As a reminder,  “PAT” is the acronym for the “professional, administrative and technical” staff who are benefited, salaried employees of the University.  PATs, operating staff, faculty, principal administrators, students and alumni are all invited and encouraged to nominate.   A current list of eligible PATs is attached.

Some criteria for the award are listed to help you choose a candidate;  candidates may possess some or all of these criteria:

  • Enhances the image and brings great honor and support to the department and/or the University.
  • Participates in university activities to a high degree of involvement.
  • Provides extraordinary service to the wider community.
  • Creates an environment that supports diversity, equity, and inclusiveness for all.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to the core moral value of environmental sustainability.
  • Engages students to participate respectfully and responsibly in a pluralistic society.
  • Demonstrates extraordinary commitment to and/or support of scholarship, research & creative endeavor

The nomination form can be accessed by clicking here. Also, the eligible PAT list is available here.

Please submit all nominations by Friday, October 7, 2011 to Diane Jeffrey at djeffrey@plymouth.edu or MSC 36. Once you have completed the form, please save it and e-mail it back as an attachment.  Electronic submissions are preferred, but we will accept paper if you must.

What deserving PAT(s) do you know who should be recognized with this honor?

- Diane Jeffrey, 2010/11 PAT Speaker