Do you know an exceptional and well-rounded faculty member in the University of Florida (UF) College of Medicine? We invite you to nominate deserving candidates for the prestigious UF Women in Medicine and Science Diamond Award. This award recognizes faculty who excel in multiple domains, making significant contributions to their field and beyond and inspiring others to reach new heights. They may possess one or more of the following:
- Professional Excellence: The nominee should demonstrate exceptional expertise and/or achievements in professional activities, such as medical practice, research, teaching, service, and/or community engagement.
- Well-Rounded Accomplishments: The nominee should have a diverse range of accomplishments, showcasing their ability to balance their professional, personal lives and family responsibilities. (n.b. You don’t have to be perfect in this category, just effective most of the time!)
- Inspirational Role Model: The nominee should serve as an inspiration and/or mentor to others, embodying the values of dedication, perseverance, and excellence in medicine and science, teaching and/or mentorship.
- Outstanding Leadership: The nominee should exhibit leadership skills, actively contributing to the growth and development of colleagues, trainees, students, and/or the broader medical and non-medical community.
- Impact on the UF College of Medicine and Beyond: The nominee’s contributions should have a significant and positive impact on the their department, the UF College of Medicine, and/or in the community (local, regional, national, international), fostering an environment of innovation, engagement, collaboration, and/or advancement.
NOMINATION DEADLINE: September 22, 2023
The UF Women in Medicine and Science Diamond Award will be presented during the Celebration of Women ceremony to be held the Fall of 2023. This is an opportunity to celebrate and recognize the remarkable achievements of our exceptional women faculty members.
Join us in honoring the outstanding women in medicine and science at the UF College of Medicine!