Erika Clancy, institutional research and effectiveness analyst, has been named Florida Tech’s Most Valuable Panther for October.
In announcing the award, the Office of Human Resources said:
“Erika Clancy joined Florida Tech in 2015 and has served students, faculty and staff in a number of roles in recent years with a positive attitude and orientation toward improving university processes, policies and procedures.
Erika currently serves as an Institutional Research and Effectiveness Analyst spending much of the last year working closely with administrative units to improve university policies. She went above and beyond helping departments improve their policies and ensure they are mindful of all members of the campus community. Her excellent communication skills created a clear and concise message. Her research and attention to detail provided a framework of compliant, well-written policy updates, making each policy more user-friendly to members of the university community.
Additionally, Erika takes the lead on many compliance activities such as professional licensures disclosure and NC SARA responsibilities that allow the university to do critical activities such as offer distance learning courses to students in other states.
Finally, Erika does all of this with patience and a collaborative spirit that is of great benefit to the university. She takes a tedious task and makes it fun to participate in. For these reasons Erika Clancy is October’s Most Valuable Panther.”
The MVP program recognizes faculty and staff who embody the university’s standards for innovation as demonstrated by their excellence and quality of service. To nominate future MVPs, visit www.fit.edu/hr/forms-and-documents/most-valuable-panther-mvp-nomination-form/#form.