April 12, 2011
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., April 12, 2011 — Drury senior Lucas Schubert is Drury’s and Missouri’s 2011 Student Employee of the Year.
Schubert’s Drury nomination was submitted to the Midwest Association for Student Employment Administrators (MASEA) where he was selected as the 2011 Missouri Student Employee of the Year from all the nominations submitted by universities in the state.
Schubert, a 2006 graduate from Fort Osage High School in Independence Mo., is the Technology Assistant in Career Planning and Development. In his position, he has played an integralrole in creating a paperless document management system, which now allows Drury’s Career Planning and Development office to more efficiently compile annual reports. Schubert has also cataloged more than 1,200 student files, and serves as a leader and trainer for incoming student staff members.
A committee made up of fifteen Drury staff and faculty members selected Schubert for the Drury award. He will receive a $100 Visa gift card, compliments of an incentive grant from Administrative Services. He will also receive an additional $75 check from MASEA in recognition of the state award. His nomination was also forwarded for consideration for the Midwest regional award. The prize for that winner is $150. Winners have yet to be announced for the regional awards.
Schubert will graduate in May 2011 with a degree in accounting. He has already secured post-graduation employment with accounting firm BKD in Kansas City.