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Bryant Oxborrow Awarded USU Dining Services Employee of the Month

Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018

Bryant Oxborow and Alan Andersen

Bryant Oxborow (right) accepts a plaque from USU Dining Services Executive Director Alan Andersen.

Bryant Oxborrow, a student supervisor over The Hub Food Court in Utah State University’s Taggart Student Center, was recently selected to be Dining Services Employee of the Month for January. This selection was based on Dining Service’s core value of dedication. To Dining Services employees, dedication means they believe what they do makes a difference in the experiences of everyone involved with the university. They dedicate their talents and employ a good work ethic every day.

Several co-workers at The Hub nominated Oxborrow. 

“Bryant is always doing a killer job at work and throws himself into so many tasks,” said Racheal Talbert. 

Another employee, Chris Ruben, says Oxborrow is always on top of his job and doing his best at work.

“Bryant is always dedicated, whether it is with work, school, or life,” said the management team at The Hub. “We never have to worry if he is going to be to work on time and if he will get his job done, as well as look for more to do. He will never leave work until he has accomplished whatever he has been asked to do, or if he notices a need in any area, he will help out, even if he does not know the area well. We depend on him to help train employees and we know that he will do the very best of his ability. He will always do a task the correct way and not take the shortcuts that we often get in the habit of doing. He is always asking questions about why we do things certain ways and is looking for ways to improve our processes.”

USU Dining Services is proud to have Oxborrow as an example of dedication for all employees throughout Dining Services.

Oxborrow was awarded a $50 Aggie Express Card as well as a plaque. 

Contact: Brittanie Carter,, 435-208-3704

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