Public Recognition of Internal Medicine Employees
|Clinical Research Center||LuAnne Larson||1230||9-8555|
|Endocrinology (DEM)||Grace Harada||3020||9-6795|
|General Internal Medicine||Mary Slowik||5185||9-2439|
|Infectious Diseases||Beth LaFave||5400||9-6583|
|Pulmonary, Critical Care||Sharon McLean||2465||9-8295|
Internal Medicine Star:
The Internal Medicine Star award is given to those who go above and beyond in performance job responsibilities. Examples of going above and beyond include participation in special projects, heading a committee, community service related to ones division or exceeding expectations in targeted work assignments. If you know of someone in Internal Medicine who meets these criteria complete a nomination form.
The Gold U award recognizes members of the UNMC community who consistently deliver outstanding performance and service to UNMC. Managerial professional and office service employees are eligible for the Gold U Award. Please visit Humans Resources rewards and recognition page for more information.
The Silver U award is given monthly to those who demonstrate consistent performance that exceeds expectations or for those who have made a special achievement. Each winner receives a Silver "U" pin and logo wear and is invited to lunch with the Chancellor. Faculty, staff, trainees and volunteers are eligible; however nominations must be initiated by ones own division. Nomination forms should be submitted to the divisions PRIME representative by the first of the month.