Pride of IUN offers a chance for IUN faculty and staff to recognize their colleagues for IU-related work they’ve done that goes above and beyond their job duties or responsibilities. That could be a maintenance worker taking extra steps to make sure a project is completed, a colleague organizing a charitable event, an administrator doing something special for employees, or a faculty member who goes the extra mile when it comes to advising students. Pride of IUN will be a regular feature on the main Human resources webpage and will also be forwarded for consideration for Pride of Indiana.
- Nominators must provide their names so that they can be contacted to confirm the information. Nominators also must provide the full name of the nominees, who will be contacted to confirm the nomination is in keeping with work they’ve done and to ensure the suitability of the recognition. This will also provide a nominee the opportunity to decline public recognition.
- Nominations should not be used to promote commercial products.
- Nominations should not be reflective of personal favors or non-IU-related activities. All nominations should be limited to 150 words or less. Inside IU editorial staff has the final word when determining which submissions are suitable for publication, and reserves the right to edit for length and style.
- Taylor Dooley, of the Undergraduate Admissions Office, whose nominator wrote: "Thank you Taylor for going above and beyond in your daily duties to help advocate for LGBTQ+ prospective students and their families. You are making a difference!"
- Tim Hoard, of Facility Operations, whose nominator wrote: "The care and expertise provided by Tim Hoard every day helps to ensure that the chemistry building runs smoothly and safely. During a recent electrical power failure, Tim went above and beyond to come in during the weekend. He helped install a temporary generator, as well as ensured a safe and speedy power-up to all the building systems. During the subsequent power outages that occurred late at night, he has come in and helped manage controlled shutdown and restarts. Without Tim's knowledge, deep understanding and, above all, guardianship of the chemistry building's unique systems, my department would not have weathered these outages as well as we did."