Team Members Honored at 2020 Awards Ceremony

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On November 13, employees throughout the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) were honored for their exceptional efforts and years of service at the 2020 Distinguished Staff Awards ceremony.

The Distinguished Staff Awards recognize team members for extraordinary contributions that impact the institution and support its mission of higher education, patient care and research.
These awards recognize employees on each campus who have gone above and beyond in their many roles at TTUHSC.

Additionally, hundreds of team members were recognized for their years of dedicated service. The Years of Service Award is presented based on the employee's length of service with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. These awards recognize years of service in five-year increments and consist of a distinctive pin designating the appropriate years of service.

“I am beyond grateful for the outstanding efforts of our Distinguished Staff Awards recipients and our longtime team members,” said TTUHSC President Lori Rice-Spearman, Ph.D. “Their recognition is well deserved.”

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards were presented digitally in a prerecorded program. View the virtual ceremony and join us in celebrating these individuals and their accomplishments below: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To view honorees and learn more, please visit the Distinguished Staff Awards website and the Years of Service website.

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