The Prudential Productivity Awards, an annual event honoring state employees throughout Florida, has announced its winners for 2017, including the following winners from the University of Florida.
The University of Florida’s Office of the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer has announced it will award more than $300,000 in research awards to seven UF-City of Gainesville research projects.
Nearly 300 employees gathered at the J. Wayne Reitz Union’s Grand Ballroom on April 20 for the 2017 Superior Accomplishment Awards ceremony.
A joint effort of the Florida TaxWatch, the Florida Council of 100, and the State of Florida, the Prudential Productivity Awards are presented annually to honor state employees throughout Florida who have significantly increased productivity in delivering state services and products. In addition to honoring innovative and cost-saving accomplishments, the awards program recognizes the measurable contributions and added value of individuals and teams.
The online nomination system for the 2017 Prudential Productivity Awards program, which annually honors state employees throughout Florida, is now open.
The online nomination system for the 2017 Prudential Productivity Awards program, which annually honors state employees throughout Florida, is now open. In addition to honoring innovative and cost-saving accomplishments, the awards program recognizes the measurable contributions, increased productivity and added value of individuals and teams.
Dr. Nicholas Muzyczka was inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame for his work, while Nancy Denslow, Ph.D., has received a key award from an international professional group for her scientific achievements.
The University of Florida’s 2017 Superior Accomplishment Awards program nomination period kicks off Sept. 12 and runs through Oct. 31. Now in its 28th year, the awards program will recognize TEAMS, USPS and Academic Personnel employees who have contributed outstanding service in their fields during the 2015-16 academic year.
The Employee Education Program (EEP) is a popular benefit available to eligible UF faculty and staff. The program provides tuition assistance for up to six credit hours of eligible college-level courses per semester.
Over the last several years, Allen Masters, UF’s assistant director for Building Operations and Maintenance, led the Central Stores warehouse team to drastic energy and waste reductions, resulting most recently in a 2016 Prudential Productivity Award that comes with the added bonus of $4,000 cash.