Floyd & Food Services win Community Champion Award
J. Michael Floyd, department head of Food Services, received the 2003 Community Champion Award for his involvement with the Full Plate Food Recovery program. Food Services donates leftover food to homeless feeding sites in the northeast Georgia area. The award was presented to Floyd at the Georgia Community Action Association's 2003 Human Rights Day Conference in Atlanta.
Floyd has also worked on combating hunger on a national level, serving as the liaison for the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) to the Council for Noncommercial Food Services' Hunger Program. He received the 1994 Richard Lichtenfelt Award from NACUFS for his work on this project.