Bybee and Emert honored as Ambassadors of the Month

Tennessee Tech University's May and June ambassadors have earned a reputation for helpfulness among students, faculty and staff.

Melinda Bybee, technical clerk in TTU's School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Extended Education, made coming back to school a lot easier for Gina Key, who graduated in May.

"Many things have changed at TTU since I was a student 10 years ago!" said Key. "I decided to work on my Ed.S., and as soon as I started the process last August, Melinda helped me in so many ways. From computer registration, schedule changes, off-campus classes, etc., she was always eager to help and very knowledgeable about campus procedures. She sure made my year at TTU a more pleasurable experience!"

Stephen Emert, academic computing specialist in Information Technology Services, helped faculty member Douglas Airhart work out the kinks of a new computer system.

"Stephen provided excellent assistance with selecting, installing and repairing my office and laptop computers," said Airhart. "He's very knowledgeable about technical information, he had a quick response to my inquiries, and he was able to get my new system operating before an important deadline, even though it was very short notice for him."

Ambassador nomination forms are available from Human Resource Services or by visiting www.tntech.edu/hr.