WIMS Rising Star Award

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Rising Star Award
Health Professions - Medicine - Nursing

The Rising Star Award's purpose is to acknowledge women faculty or non-faculty members in the KU Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions who have achieved significant accomplishments early in her career. 

The candidate must exhibit evidence of:

  • Success as a role model for women faculty, non-faculty, trainees and students
  • Demonstrates leadership at the university or regional level (i.e. development of clinic work, manuscripts, committees, etc.)
  • Participation in committees to further develop leadership skills
  • Involvement in WIMS programs and initiatives
  • Professional excellence in the individual's career
  • Effort to influence or institute a positive cultural change regarding the careers of women faculty, non-faculty and staff members on the KUMC campus
  • Shown a steadfast commitment to enhanced collaboration and productive relationships with faculty and staff at all levels of the KUMC organization
  • Worked to create a respectful environment for education, patient care and/or activities through a collaborative systems approach  

Eligibility: 
KUMC women faculty or non-faculty member at the level of assistant professor or equivalent (basic science or clinical positions) in the KU Schools of Medicine, Nursing or Health Professions. Open to all WIMS committee members and officers and candidate must be in good standing with the KUMC organization.

To self-nominate or to nominate a well deserving colleague or health care professional, please return the following required information:

  • Completed nomination form
  • Nominee's current curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation - recommendation letters are essential to the selection process (the most effective letters will address each criteria listed above) 

NOTE:  Incomplete nominations will not be considered by the WIMS Recognition Committee.  

Submit all awards materials to: wims@kumc.edu


History
The Rising Star award was established in 2014 for early-career women faculty or non-faculty members, including Advance Practice Providers and Clinical Doctorates, at the level of Assistant Professor or equivalent, in our Schools of Health Professions, Nursing, and Medicine. One honoree is recognized annually at the WIMS Awards Dinner in August.  

Last modified: Jan 11, 2017
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