SLICE Awards

University Operations employees stand out as a group committed to a special set of values:

Service

We value the act of making a contribution through improving customer service and satisfaction, and through fulfilling our promise to this community.

Leadership

We encourage leading by example through the use of best practices, acting with integrity, upholding ethics, promoting diversity in the workforce, and fostering collaboration, communication and cooperation among coworkers.

Innovation

We believe in promoting change for the good of our employees and the university, and we value constantly striving for improvement of work processes and systems.

Creativity

We value putting forth new ideas, implementing unique concepts and developing new, creative approaches to workplace challenges.

Excellence

We think everyone should strive to perform at a level above and beyond normal job duties.

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Celebrate commitment with a SLICE!

University Operations has celebrated our employees’ accomplishments with SLICE Awards since 2004. The awards are a great honor and recognize outstanding employees for the ways they embody the values of University Operations.

More information on the awards:

Nominate someone today!

Has a coworker touched your life this year? Maybe they’ve made your job easier, brightened your day, or inspired you to solve problems in a new way. If so, they probably exemplify the values of service, leadership, innovation, creativity and excellence, and they deserve to be celebrated. Show them your appreciation by nominating them for a 2014 SLICE Award!

Please note: UT EID and University Operations affiliation required to submit the online nomination form.

Nominate a Co-worker Today!

Nomination deadline is October 22, 2014

Tip for completing your online nomination: Please note that the online nomination form is time-limited. To avoid potentially "timing out" before submitting your nomination, you may want to draft your nomination text in Word and copy/paste it into the online form.