UF Graduate School’s Gregory Orloff Wins 2017 Superior Accomplishment Award

Release Date: February 23 2017

 

 

Gregory Orloff with UF Graduate School Dean Henry Frierson (right) and Senior Associate Dean Paul Duncan (left)

 

UF Graduate School Office Manager Gregory Orloff received a 2017 Superior Accomplishment Award, a yearly University of Florida prize for faculty and staff who have gone above and beyond in service that enhances efficiency, economy and quality of life on campus.

 

Mr. Orloff’s award recognizes his singlehanded management of over 1,000 conditional and special admission cases a year; his recent streamlining of the Missing International Credentials Hold petition process with quicker turnaround time and fewer meetings; his leadership in reviving the Graduate School’s response to the UF Campaign for Charities, with a 108% increase in donations and 117% surge in donors over the past two years; and his aid in easing office relocations during the Graduate School’s ongoing renovation and major transitions in its Data Management and Student Records units.

 

These accomplishments, among others in the course of doing his job, have earned him a reputation across campus as the Graduate School’s “go to” person.

 

Mr. Orloff began full-time employment at the University of Florida in its School of Architecture in 1988, and has worked at its Graduate School since 2002.

 

 

Gregory Orloff with UF Graduate School Dean Henry Frierson (right) and Assistant Dean Rhonda Moraca (left)