Adam Causgrove Receives Chancellor’s Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the Community

Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg has announced the winners of the 2014 Chancellor’s Awards for Staff Excellence in Service to the University and to the Community. Each of the awardees receives a $2,500 cash prize and will be recognized during the University of Pittsburgh’s 38th annual Honors Convocation, to be held at 3 p.m. today, February 28, in Carnegie Music Hall, 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 

“While you have gained national recognition as the winner of the ‘Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year Award,’ here in Pittsburgh you are known more for your philanthropic endeavors in your neighborhood of Mt. Washington and your work with a wide variety of Pittsburgh nonprofit organizations,” Chancellor Nordenberg wrote of Mr. Causgrove.

The Chancellor’s Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the Community will honor five staff members: Donna J. Alexander, David E. Atkinson, Felix Catlin, Adam Causgrove, and Ervin Dyer. The award recognizes staff members whose work in the community surpasses the expectations of the organizations they serve and whose commitment and effort have made a significant impact on the community. 

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