We are pleased to recognize academic administrative assistant Katy Day as a stellar staff member of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services.
Let’s find out more about her.
Where are you from?
Day: I’m not really from one place. I’m from Thayer, Missouri, Springfield, Missouri, and Dickinson, Texas – I went to school in all three places.
What brought you to Missouri State?
Day: I applied to MSU some time before I received a call from the human resources department. After a while, I came in for an interview and the rest is history.
What is your favorite part about working here?
Day: Without a doubt, my greatest blessings at MSU are the faculty, staff and students with whom I get to work every day. Campuswide, the people here are simply the best.
What are you most looking forward to about the new school year?
Day: I look forward to all the excitement of the fall semester starting — the first-year cohort getting their student kits and name tags for clinicals, second-year students getting to share about their first clinical experiences over the summer and third-year students beginning preparations for their final clinical experiences.
What is your favorite memory here?
Day: Finding out when each of our graduates passed the board exam. In each of those moments, I realize that everything we do here is worth it!