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Student Employee of the Month

Campus Rec is proud to honor the many contributions and accomplishments of its student employees.  The Recreation Center could not function without a team of over 350 students working in every aspect of the organization--customer service, facility services, security, programs, marketing/outreach and business operations.

THE PROGRAM. The Student Employee of the Month program looks to recognize those students who go above and beyond the duties of the job.  Outstanding students are nominated by professional staff members each month. Nominators advocate for nominees to the full professional team and one student is selected to be  Employee of the Month (EOTM).  The EOTM is awarded a signature backpack, recognized with publicity on TV screens within the Rec Center and on the website, and treated to a lunch, at a location of their choosing, with the Rec Director and their champion.  The EOTM is also in contention for the Juliette Moore Director scholarship granted at the end of the academic year.

MEMBER SUPPORT.  Do you know a student employee who deserves to be recognized?  Complete a Letter of Support form (coming soon) which can be sent to the Campus Rec Director for consideration.

The Student Employee of the Month program is sponsored by KIND Snacks.

Employee of the Month

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March 2019


Amy Stalkfleet is the Aquatics Student Coordinator here at the Rec, and assists in developing staff trainings, creating work schedules for all positions, confirming rental reservations with clients, and strategic planning for the department. She thinks the Rec is a great place to learn transferable career skills and build a community, and enjoys how her job is never boring and always growing. Amy is from Tucson, has worked at the Rec for all four years of her college career, and will be graduating this May with a major in finance. 



February 2019

Shana Ranauto is a jack-of-all-trades here at the Rec, holding four student-employee positions: club sports monitor, intramural sports supervisor, sports office assistant, and student facilities manager. Shana is a graduating senior in Sports and Society and has been working at the Rec for the past four semesters. Shana’s favorite thing about working at the Rec is the community environment: she has made lifelong friendships and connections at the Rec, and feels her experience has helped her develop as an individual.


The Graphic Design Team of Samantha Matthews & TJ Harris!

Samantha Matthews is a student graphic designer and designs print and digital marketing ads for the Rec center. She has been working at the Rec since 2017, and graduates this year with a degree in graphic design. Sam enjoys working in a graphic design team and collaborating on marketing projects with student and professional staff alike. She finds walking around the Rec every day and seeing her work displayed for all to see very rewarding.

TJ Harris is a student graphic designer and creates marketing designs displayed on plasmas, flyers, posters, and ads throughout the rec. As a UA junior from Washington majoring in graphic design, TJ enjoys gaining experience for his future here at the Rec and also helping design one of the best recreation centers in the country. His favorite part about his job is getting to see his work displayed all throughout the rec for students, employees, and visitors alike to see. 




December 2018

Morgan Darby is a Tucson native and U of A junior majoring in Conservation Biology. She has been working for Campus Rec for a year, in addition to her other jobs and responsibilities on and off campus. In the Outreach Department, Morgan uses social media to share information about the Rec and our various programs, services, and events with the U of A and Tucson communities. She also plans and coordinates events at the Rec that help students enhance their college experiences and reach their personal wellness goals. Morgan loves meeting new people at these events and witnessing the positive impact the Rec has on students and the community. 



Matt Fisher is a Campus Recreation Intramurals Soccer Center Official. Matt sets up the fields, makes sure patrons are checked in, holds pregame meetings with the teams, then protects the rules of soccer and the safety of the environment during the game; lastly, he helps clean the fields after the games. Matt has been playing soccer since he was 4 and officiating games since he was 15. He says that in Chandler, soccer is very popular and bolstered his passion for the game. He started playing recreationally, then competitively on his high school Varsity team, and finally became certified to become a center official.  He is a senior at U of A and studying Industrial Engineering. He chose U of A because he wanted to go to a large school with a hometown feel. He worked at Campus Recreation in Fall 2016, then again Fall 2018. His favorite thing about his job is interacting with other students and making connections that he can take off the field. Matt’s love for sport, fitness, and teamwork, as well as his dedication to U of A students demonstrate his incredible contribution to Campus Recreation.



Quinton Fitzpatrick has been working at Outdoor Rec - a large Campus Recreation department - for just over a year as a bike station mechanic and Rental Center employee. On a daily basis he fixes and repairs bikes for students, faculty, and staff at the bike repair station located on the mall. Quinton enjoys working with bicycles and helping keep cyclists on the saddle instead of driving or having no transportation at all. His care for the environment is also exemplified in his studies at U of A; Quinton is currently a senior studying Sustainable Built Environments in the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture.




Daniel McLaughlin has been working at Campus Recreation for three years and is currently the Member Services Student Coordinator. On a daily basis he develops the Member Services Department and trains Member Services student staff. Daniel is a leader at Campus Recreation, and he enjoys watching his trainees grow and develop during their time at the Rec. Daniel’s favorite thing about Campus Rec is the positive environment and community of bettering oneself. Outside of his role at Campus Recreation Daniel also is an active member of the U of A student body. He is a senior majoring in Management Information Systems and Operations Management. Daniel enjoys the many benefits that come with attending a large school, including Greek life, career development, and other opportunities to gain useful life experiences.



August 2018

Jake Stapleton


July 2018

Zaynah Kmeid

June 2018

Brittany Young

May 2018

Kyejah Fisher

April 2018

Amy Stalkfleet


March 2018

Nathan Englert


February 2018

Josh Williamson


January 2018

Emma Tweedy



to all!