700 years of Abertay staff service honoured
Abertay University today (Tuesday 1 October) celebrated more than 700 years of combined service from 41 members of staff at an official lunch.
Abertay employees with over 15 years' service are traditionally honoured for their commitment to the institution.
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Professor Seaton with Evelyn McPhee and Bob Campbell
Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Seaton, on behalf of the whole Abertay community, said thank you and congratulations for such dedicated service over many years.
He said: "In the same month that sees us celebrate our 125th anniversary as a higher education institution, it's great to be able to honour colleagues whose efforts have been so important to our success.
"Abertay University would not be the vibrant and thriving academic community it is today without the contributions of all these 41 colleagues. Each and every one of them has played a significant role in our mission to provide an exceptional student experience."
This year, three staff with 40 or more years of service received a commemorative certificate and a gift worth £250. They are:
- Colin Fraser, Registrar, joined on 1 January 1972
- Evelyn McPhee, Technician, joined on 15 January 1973
- Bob Campbell, Technician, joined on 14 May 1973
Nine staff with 25 or more years of service received a commemorative certificate and a gift worth £150, as well as five days' additional leave.
A further 29 staff with 15 or more years of service received a commemorative certificate and five days' additional leave.