2021 Superior Accomplishment Award winners named

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Eight employees of the UF College of Veterinary Medicine have received 2021 Superior Accomplishment Awards in the UF Health Science Center’s Division 5 category, which includes all six health-related colleges. Each winner will receive a cash award of $200, a framed certificate and a commemorative coffee mug, and will be considered as nominees for university-level awards, which offer eight $1,000 and six $2,000 cash prizes.

A virtual ceremony was held March 16 to honor the winners and to recognize their nominators, supervisors and college deans.

And the winners are:

EMPLOYEE CATEGORY 1 – CLERICAL/OFFICE SUPPORT:

  • Katherine McIntyre, Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  • Ashley Mitchell, Small Animal Hospital

EMPLOYEE CATEGORY 2 – SUPPORT SERVICES:

  • Amanda Ziegler, Small Animal Hospital
  • James Orce, Central Stores

CATEGORY 3 – SCIENTIFIC/TECHNICAL:

  • Laurie Adler, Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  • Kristi Jones, Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  • Paula Mila, Neurology Department

EMPLOYEE CATEGORY 4 – ADMINISTRATIVE/SUPERVISORY:

  • Joice Gardner, Clinical Skills

The college had no winners this year in the remaining employee categories for administrative/professional, academic personnel, community service and diversity and inclusion.

Congratulations to all of our winners!

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