Values at Work

To recognize them for personifying Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) cultural values, six Abilene campus faculty and staff were presented with commemorative coins representing one of the five values.

The values are principles that drive everything we do at TTUHSC. From filling out paperwork to interacting with visitors or patients on campus. These five values describe how we live out our vision and mission at TTUHSC: one team, kindhearted, integrity, visionary and beyond service.

 

Congratulations to:

William Barr - Kindhearted coin.

Aaron Brooks - Kindhearted coin.

Nancy Cook - Beyond Service coin. 

Molly Minze - Integrity coin.

Rebecca Martines - Visionary coin.

 

Watch for a new way to nominate a values hero coming April 2019!

 

abilene values coin award recipients

 

 

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