Academic Affairs/Graduate Studies
UNMC has created a Recognition and Reward Program to enhance its total compensation plan and its efforts to recruit, retain and acknowledge excellent performers.
Purpose - To recognize UNMC's strong, consistent performers whose daily contributions or special achievements make UNMC 'hum'.
Eligibility - Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies employees who are full-time and regular part-time.
Criteria - Strong and consistent performance or special accomplishment while achieving or supporting excellence in education or research, enhancing UNMC's image, working in the community, delivering state-of-the-art health care through academic practice, embracing the richness of diversity or for other special achievements. Performance should demonstrate one or more of the following characteristics, either through a direct or supporting role:
- Supports the mission and vision of UNMC
- Provides outstanding customer service to our patients, students, faculty, other health professionals and communities, improving the effectiveness or efficiencies of daily operations
- Promotes individual accountability
- Fosters an environment of learning and communication
- Encourages quality and have high expectations for personal achievement
- Respects individuals for their cultures, contributions and views
- Supports diversity and ethical behavior
Recognition – A Silver 'U' pin, a denim shirt with logo, and lunch with Chancellor Maurer and other recipients
Who may be nominated? /Who may submit nominations? - You may nominate as many Academic Affairs/Graduate Studies employees as you feel meet the criteria. This includes faculty members, other professionals, managerial professionals, and office/service professionals.
What must be included in each nominations letter/email? - Name of Nominee, the nominee's department/unit within Academic Affairs/Graduate Studies, and a letter explaining how this nominee's strong performance or special accomplishments exemplify UNMC values and goals (see on-line nomination form).
Please note that your writing skills are not what is important, it is the reason for the nomination that the team will focus on. Nominations may be routed to Margaret T Robinson, Academic Affairs 7810, or Nomination form