It is awards season at UCSF and time to celebrate our colleagues who have gone above and beyond in serving others.
Each year the Chancellor Award for Public Service recognizes and honors three individuals at UCSF—one faculty, one staff, one student/resident/postdoctoral scholar—who have demonstrated outstanding public service beyodnd the scope of their job, area of research, or training.
Community service is inextricably linked to UCSF's mission of patient care, research and education and UCSF faculty, staff, students and trainees are actively engaged in public service in multiple local, regional and global settings.
Nominations are now being accepted and they are due by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The nomination form can be found here.
Nominees must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Be a UCSF academic or staff employee (with a minimum 50 percent appointment), or a student, a resident, or a postdoctoral scholar at the time of nomination (questions regarding academic status, employment, and enrollment eligibility can be answered by Human Resources or Student Academic Affairs prior to submitting a nomination)
- Have not previously received the award
- Have exhibited and sustained efforts toward engaging in public service as delineated below by the "Selection Criteria”
Selection criteria and a list of past winners can be found on the Chancellor’s Award for Public Service page.
Nominations may be submitted in electronic or hard copy to Michael Fortes at either [email protected] or to Box 0462. If you have questions, please contact him at (415) 476-3438.
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