We’re continuing to strengthen our values-based culture! UNTHSC will launch an annual values-based leadership development initiative, the UNTHSC Fellows Program, in February. This first phase is designed for UNTHSC’s top 125 leaders, who must supervise at least two teammates to be eligible to apply.
Myriam Martinez-Banuelos found a way to create healthier communities both in Texas and in Mexico–simultaneously.
Drumroll, please—UNTHSC’s first Valubility of the Year honorees will be announced at a special event: Dec. 3, Noon-1 p.m. MET 109-111 Food and giveaways featured!
UNT Health’s Terry Stevenson almost couldn’t believe the words she was hearing as the medical assistant read the CT scan results over the phone: “Metastatic cancer ….” But she hasn’t let that diagnosis keep her from the job she loves.
One day at age 16, Myriam Martinez-Banuelos felt as though she might as well be on Mars. Printing on bulletin boards was meaningless. Teachers’ words were like so many disconnected syllables. Loudspeaker announcements were babble.
Collaboration is more than just one of our values. It is an essential element of the teamwork that is underway as we begin to incorporate our values into all we do at UNTHSC. Four values implementation teams now are at work:
Our values are becoming even more visible as we continue our journey. In addition to the Values flag raised Oct. 30, a billboard went up on Nov. 5.
A very special team gathered for two days off-campus last week with a very special mission: To develop the set of values and behaviors that will guide UNT Health Science Center for many years to come.
At the UNT Health Science Center’s annual Employee Appreciation Day in August, faculty and staff told us why they are proud to be a part of UNTHSC. Here are more of their responses.
At the UNT Health Science Center, we’ve got a lot to be proud of. At this year’s Employee Appreciation Day, faculty and staff told us why they are proud to be a part of UNTHSC.