A Valubility-style pep rally

December 3, 2015

Valubility event

UNT Health Science Center threw itself a party Thursday that included a DJ, balloons and a team of employees tearing through a homemade sign.

It was a fitting culmination of a year-long effort to highlight, recognize and honor members of the Health Science Center team who represent the institution at its best. Hundreds of students and employees packed into the MET meeting room for a Valubility of the Year celebration that was equal parts pep rally and party.

Valubility of the Year Winners

 

Five members of the HSC team were selected by their peers and senior leaders for embodying the institution’s values: Serve others first, Integrity, Respect, Collaboration and Be visionary. They are:

Valubility winners with Park Place cars

A special thanks to the Park Place Motorcars team – George Johnson, Rudy Ibarra and Bobby Green. Each of the Valubility of the Year honorees received a gift certificate to The Capital Grille and use of a new Mercedes for a weekend thanks to the generosity of Park Place.

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