Did you know that, as a UTMB employee, you’re part of a university system that began 130 years ago and today includes six health science universities and nine academic institutions? A system that enrolls more than 215,000 students and is responsible for countless advances in education, the arts, sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics and (near and dear to UTMB) health care?
The University of Texas System has designated Nov. 8, 2013, as the first UT System Recognition Day to honor the efforts of you and your fellow UTMB and System employees throughout the state. First proposed by the statewide Employee Advisory Council, UT System Recognition Day is a reminder of all that we’ve accomplished and all that we contribute to our state.
You make our vital mission possible. Thank you for the work you do every day to improve health for Texas and beyond.
To learn more about UTMB’s Employee Advisory Council, visit the EAC blog. You can use the email feature on the blog to provide EAC your ideas for how UTMB can celebrate UT System Recognition Day in the future and let the council know what your work as a UTMB and UT System employee means to you. Also, be sure to take part in this year’s EAC elections to determine representatives for the coming year.