About the Professional Faculty Leadership Association (PFLA)
What is PFLA?
PFLA is the Professional Faculty Leadership Association, an organization for Oregon State University, that is concerned about professional faculty issues, is committed to improving our profession, and capturing the skills, enthusiasm, and vision of its members throughout the university.
Providing development, support, and networking opportunities for professional faculty.
Supporting the development of professional and personal leadership and management skills by sponsoring and recommending skill-enhancement activities for its members.
Encouraging discussion and input regarding leadership and management issues.
Our Hero Award Recipient - October 2013
Mark Staben, Web and Multimedia Coordinator, College of Engineering.has been recognized as the Professional Faculty Leadership Association’s October 2013 ‘Our Hero.’
Staben was presented with the award during a meeting on Oct. 31. His nominees cited his superb technical expertise and excellence in customer service. He is known for providing the College of Engineering marketing communications group with outstanding IT customer service – responding promptly and resolving all technical issues 100 percent.
“Mark’s success in juggling multiple work demands from varying clients is due to his prioritization skills,” his nominator wrote. “He has a keen awareness of efficiency and always finds innovative and creative ways to reach the desired outcomes. Simply put – he works smarter!”
Staben received a certificate and a house plant.