Arkansas Tech University staff member Stacy Galbo is the recipient of the 2020 Dr. Charles W. Donaldson Outstanding New Professional Award from the Arkansas Student Affairs Association.
Galbo joined ATU as deputy Title IX coordinator for educational outreach and training in October 2018. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from John Brown University and a Master of Liberal Arts degree with a concentration in social sciences from Arkansas Tech.
She worked as a sexual assault victim advocate specialist for the Brighton Police Department in Brighton, Colo., before returning to Arkansas Tech in her current role.
“Ms. Galbo is tireless in her efforts to enhance programming with creativity and innovation,” wrote Amy Pennington, associate vice president for student affairs, dean of students and Title IX coordinator at ATU, in the award letter of nomination. “The ability to create engaging educational and training experiences, along with her gift of connecting quickly with both students and employees, results in high impact experiences that exceed learning objectives. Initiatives led by Ms. Galbo have increased campus awareness and improved the sexual violence prevention competencies for our target populations.”
Visit www.atu.edu/titleix to learn more about the ATU Office of Title IX.