Pandemic preppers receive Kudos from NU regents | Nebraska Today

Four employees received Kudos awards for leadership and frontline collaboration that have contributed to the success of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln COVID-19 answer.

Jack Dohrman, room manager for the university, was honored during the meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents on February 12th. Gabriel Hampton, assistant director, building systems maintenance; Larry Shippen, assistant director, residential facility operations; and Joel Webb, assistant director and radiation protection officer for the environment, health and safety. The four were among the staff who helped set up the university COVID-19 response plans implemented on site.

Their main measures were:

“The mutual collaboration, commitment to the university and its citizens, and the outstanding leadership qualities of these people who represent business, finance and student affairs are examples of the spirit of the university” In Our Grit, Our Glory, “” wrote the Quartet’s nominee . “You are also an example of exemplary teamwork, creativity and a proactive attitude.”

The Kudos Award is a NOT-system honor given by the regents to celebrate staff who go beyond working for the university. Find out more about the honor.