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Diversity Recognition Award Nominations Sought

The President’s Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) at UMB is requesting nominations for the 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Recognition Awards.

The awards honor individual or group achievement in the areas of diversity and inclusiveness at UMB. The recipients serve as models for the campus of personal and professional commitment to the ideals of equality, justice, and opportunity for all people epitomized by Dr. King’s life and work.

Individuals or groups will be recognized in three categories:

• Outstanding UMB faculty or unit.
• Outstanding UMB staff or unit.
• Outstanding UMB student or student group.

In addition to the underlying principles outlined above, the DAC will use the criteria on the attached nomination form when evaluating potential honorees. Those making nominations are encouraged to address as many of the criteria as appropriate. Self-nominations are acceptable.

Nominations must be received by the close of business Nov. 22, 2017.

You may submit your nominations online at the 2018 MLK Diversity Awards Nominations page.

Or, you may send nominations to:
Vanessa Fahie, PhD, RN
DAC MLK Jr. Award Committee Chair
School of Nursing
655 W. Lombard St., Room 475C
Baltimore, MD 21201

  
Vanessa Fahie Clinical Care, Collaboration, Education, For B'more, People, UMB News, University Life, USGANovember 2, 20170 comments
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Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Recognition Awards

The UMB President’s Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) is pleased to announce the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Diversity Recognition Awards. These annual awards recognize individual or group achievement in the areas of diversity and inclusiveness, as well as highlight our University’s steadfast commitment to promoting diversity as one of our core values. The recipients’ personal and/or professional work must serve as testament of the ideals epitomized by the life and work of Dr. King.

Award Categories

Three award categories will be presented. Individuals or groups will be recognized in the following categories:

• Outstanding UMB faculty or unit
• Outstanding UMB staff or unit
• Outstanding UMB student or student group

In addition to the underlying principles outlined above, the DAC will use the criteria outlined on the nomination form when evaluating all nominations. Nominators are encouraged to address as many of the criteria as appropriate. Self-nominations are acceptable.

Deadline Information

All nominations are due to Vanessa Fahie, PhD, RN, no later than close of business on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. Please pass this on to your constituencies so that all may have the opportunity to nominate.
The University’s MLK/BHM event is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, at noon, during which the awards will be presented.

If you have questions, please email Vanessa Fahie, the DAC MLK Jr. Award Committee Chair, or call 6-7501.

Please consider submitting a nomination briefly highlighting the wonderful work of a student, group of students, a staff member or unit, or faculty member or unit. Your nominations will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your commitment to diversity at UMB!

  
Vanessa Fahie Collaboration, Community Service, Education, People, Technology, University LifeAugust 31, 20160 comments
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Nominations Requested for the 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Recognition Awards

The UMB President’s Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) is pleased to announce the 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Diversity Recognition Award. This annual award recognizes individual or group achievement in the areas of diversity and inclusiveness, as well as highlights our University’s steadfast commitment to promoting diversity as one of our core values. The recipients’ personal and/or professional work must serve as testament of the ideals epitomized by the life and work of Dr. King.

Award Categories

Three award categories will be presented. Individuals or groups will be recognized in the following categories:

  • Outstanding UMB faculty or unit
  • Outstanding UMB staff or unit
  • Outstanding UMB student or student group

In addition to the underlying principles outlined above, the DAC will use the criteria outlined on the nomination form when evaluating all nominations. Nominators are encouraged to address as many of the criteria as appropriate. Self-nominations are acceptable.

Deadline Information

All nominations are due to Vanessa Fahie, PhD, RN, no later than noon on Wednesday, Dec. 10. Please pass this on to your constituencies so that all may have the opportunity to nominate.

The awards will be presented at the MLK/Black History Month event in February.

If you have questions, please email Vanessa Fahie, the DAC MLK Jr. award committee chair, or call 6-7501.

Please consider submitting a nomination briefly highlighting the wonderful work of a student, group of students, a staff member, or faculty member. Your nominations will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your commitment to diversity at UMB!

Fill out my online form.

  
Vanessa FahieCollaboration, Education, Global & Community Engagement, People, UMB News, University LifeNovember 20, 20141 comment
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