January 29, 2010

Inaugural CAPS Class Awarded Certificate of Achievement in Financial Management

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The inaugural group of employees to attain the Case Western Reserve University Administrative Professional Series (CAPS) program Certificate of Achievement in Financial Management were recently recognized.

"Of approximately 2,700 staff, you are the first 10," John Sideras, senior vice president and chief financial officer, told the inaugural class. "You represent accomplishment, great performance and promotability. We honor your leadership and thank you for your great efforts."

The recipients are (pictured left to right in the photo):

  • Janean Hite, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Karen Dunn, Office of Sponsored Projects;
  • Agnes Torontali, Department of Astronomy;
  • Carol Beck, Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine,
  • Mary Lou Budziak, Corporate Relations;
  • Monica Bradley, Office of Sponsored Projects;
  • Heidi Butler, Facilities Planning;
  • Cindy Lepouttre, Case School of Engineering;
  • Pamela White, Research Administration; and
  • Patricia Maar, Department of Communications Sciences (not pictured)

Lolita Hines, John Sideras and Stacy Mitchell (seated left to right) served as CAPS program sponsors.

CAPS is a training and development program that focuses on educating individuals on the financial management of administrative units at the university. The series of courses provide valuable information on working with general departmental accounting, sponsored projects, purchasing, PeopleSoft Financials and other areas. The program is open to all full-time and part-time university employees. Learn more.

Posted by: Kimyette Finley, January 29, 2010 10:40 AM | News Topics: Staff, news

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