University of Nebraska Medical Center

MLS student and faculty garner awards at state meeting

Current Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) student Amber Madigan Kuss received the 2021 Emerging Leader Student Scholarship from the Clinical Laboratory Manager’s Association Great Plains Chapter at the 2022 Nebraska Laboratory Meeting.

Students enrolled in a National Accreditation Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) accredited program in the Great Plains Region were eligible. Selection criteria included a passion for laboratory medicine and a desire to be a leader in the field. 

Kevin McGuire receives the Shirley Noble Award from Dr. Karen Honeycutt.

Kevin McGuire, MLS assistant professor and chemistry coordinator, received the Shirley Noble Award. This award was established to recognize an American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Nebraska (ASCLS-NE) member who actively promotes the laboratory profession. Recipients must have acted as a positive role model and mentor to members of the society or to MLS/MLT students just as its namesake Shirley Noble did.

Karen Honeycutt, PhD, MLS program director and associate professor, received the Filter Award. This award goes to an outstanding ASCLS-NE member who has made a significant contribution to their society. Nominations are based on the member’s activities during the current year, as well as a summary of that person’s contributions to the Medical Laboratory Science profession.

Kevin McGuire presents Dr. Karen Honeycutt with the Filter Award.

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