This month’s Staff Spotlight focuses on Eileen Glick who shares something about herself with the campus community.
How long have you been working at SEBS and what other positions have you held, if any?
I have been at the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology for 25 years. I started working part-time at Rutgers in 1981 in the Douglass Career Development Office on Nichol Avenue when my children were young. I also worked part-time in Entomology, Food Science and Animal Science. I then worked at the Busch campus in the Department of Computer Science from 1984 until 1988 when I left to begin working in my current department.
What do you like best about your job?
Without a doubt, the interaction with our students is most gratifying. I find they are so appreciative of any help or kindness. I am also grateful that I have wonderful co-workers and a very supportive department chair and faculty.
Are you involved in any organizations outside of work?
I used to be involved in many school activities and organizations when my children were young and hopefully I will have the time to get involved in my community during my retirement years.
How do you like to spend your free time?
I enjoy going to the theater, am an avid reader, and enjoy knitting, gardening and antiquing. I hope to travel more and most of all spend more time with my children and grandchildren.