Several supporters likened the winning employees and their work to longtime administrator Leonard W. Sandridge, for whom the award program is named, because they share his legendary dedication, passion and service to the University.
Organizing a database of 60,000 entries is not that daunting compared to the complexity of writing a good poem, according to Jeff Baker, a U.Va. IT administrator whose first book, “Whoop and Shush,” recently won the Idaho Prize for Poetry.
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