Thank you to those SAHP faculty and staff who have already participated in this year’s United Way campaign. As of yesterday morning, the SAHP was leading the way on campus with 89% participation, and that’s awesome! We want to be even awesomer, however, by hitting 100% participation again for the third year in a row.
“Going for a 3-peat!” said Geri Finn, SAHP campaign representative. “Only three of our people still need to submit their response.” (Way to rally the troops, Geri!)
Remember that a “no-pledge” option is available online for employees who choose not to donate. If you’re unable to contribute, you’re still encouraged to access the website and submit the “no donation” response to be eligible for the prize drawings.
To participate in supporting the United Way:
- Click on this link. (The link will take you to UNMC eServ page.)
- Enter your UNMC username and password.
- Click on the United Way link and participate today!
- New this year: Credit card donations are accepted!
Nicki Simmons, SAHP staff, is a proud grandmother, proclaiming, “She is absolutely the most perfect little baby!”
Harper Rose Jourdan was born at 3:09 p.m. on September 4, 2014. She weighed 6 pounds 13 ounces and was 20 inches long.
Congratulations, Nicki! She’s a cutie.
As of May 1, 2014, Stephanie Lough, BS, R.T.(R)(MR), assumed the position of Clinical Education Coordinator in the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program and the CT Practicum of the School of Allied Health Professions. Stephanie received her Bachelor degree in Radiation Science Technology from UNMC. She is a licensed medical radiographer and holds American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certifications in both Radiography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Stephanie has been employed as an MRI technologist at the Nebraska Medical Center since 2007, and during the past year she served as an Adjunct Instructor for the SAHP MRI program. She’ll retain some clinical responsibilities as part of her new role.
A little known fact: Stephanie is responsible for Elephanto! She brought him to a “white elephant” party a few years back, when she was a radiography student, and I, Fran, ended up with him. He became a sort of mascot for a while when I started this blog. Thanks for the inspiration, Stephanie, and welcome aboard!