Parking and Transportation congratulates student employees graduating Fall 2018
December 14, 2018
The Parking and Transportation congratulates all University of Iowa students graduating at the end of the Fall 2018 semester. Parking and Transportation employs over 300 students and the services we provide are dependent upon their efforts. Each year, we watch as students employed by our department graduate and begin the next chapter of their lives.
In an effort to express our thanks, we are highlighting a couple of our employees and supervisors graduating Fall 2018. We asked these graduates about their University of Iowa experience. The student employees featured below have total combined experience of 10.5 years.
Lucee Laursen of Onalaska, Wisconsin has worked as a customer service representative for Parking Services and has been a wonderful addition to our team the past 2.75 years. Lucee is graduating with a degree in Ethics and Public Policy. “I will miss working with my coworkers the most,” wrote Lucee who will be attending law school beginning fall 2019.
Brad Skiniotes of Manhattan, Illinois has worked with CAMBUS for 3.75 years and has been serving as the student maintenance supervisor since January 2017.
Mitchell Smith of Clive, Iowa has worked with CAMBUS for four years and has been promoted several times since beginning as a driver.
Q: Why did you apply to work at CAMBUS?
Mitchell: The main reasons I applied, promotion opportunities and pay. I needed income regardless, but the opportunity to grow in an organization while being a student really appealed to me.
Q: How has working for a university employer improved your educational experience?
Lucee: Working for the university has improved my time management skills and my communications skills which have spilled over into group work I have done in my classes.
Q: What skills have you developed working at CAMBUS that you will take with you to your career?
Brad: My management skills both of other employees and of myself have been the biggest things that CAMBUS has helped me develop in my life. Being a supervisor at CAMBUS has shaped me to become more patient and more organized.
Lastly, we asked them to finish this sentence: “The University of Iowa is …”
Brad: a home away from home.
Mitchell: simply great.
Please join us in congratulating Lucee, Brad, and Mitchell and all University of Iowa students graduating. Parking and Transportation offers our thanks to all our student employees for providing amazing service to the campus and best wishes for their futures.