The Joyce Crockett Promoting Women in STEM Staff Achievement Award is sponsored byWiSTEM Pro^2 and the Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Gender Equity (CCSGE).
The nominee should be a UNO staff member that has significantly contributed or brought attention to issues (potential areas are listed below) affecting women in STEM. All persons, regardless of gender, are eligible for nomination.
- Advising Career
- Gender Equity
- Recruitment and Retention
- Other activities that support Women in STEM issues
Award nominations are due by Monday, Jan. 18, at 11:59 P.M.
If you are unsure if someone meets the qualifications to be nominated, please reach out to the WiSTEM Pro^2 Awards Committee Chair, Sandy Vlasnik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Award
The Crockett Award is named after Joyce Crockett, who served UNO in a variety of ways from her work in Information Services to leadership in both CCSGE and WiSTEM Pro2 organizations. After 40 years of service, Joyce officially retired in early 2018, but typically attends the luncheon to present this award.
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