Since 2008, the Office of the Vice President for Student and International Affairs has been recognizing individuals within the Division and UNF partners who exemplify the UNF Values through their actions and work ethic.
The University of North Florida is committed to values that promote the welfare and positive transformation of individuals, communities, and societies. We value:
Jim Baur, Student Wellness Center (Pursuit of Truth and Knowledge)
Kathy Klein, Parent & Family Programs (Ethical Conduct)
Natalie Nguyen, LGBT Resource Center (Promoting Diversity)
Jeanne Middleton, Parent & Family Programs (Community Engagement)
Carmen Franz, Health Promotion - Organic Garden (Responsibility to the Natural Environment)
John Frank, Institute for Values, Community & Leadership (Mutual Respect and Civility)
Special Champion of Student Affairs Award
Miguel Gabertan, Controller's Office
Amanda Mueller, Housing and Residence Life (pursuit of truth and knowledge)
Tommy White, University Police Department (ethical conduct)
Judith Jerome, Military and Veterans Resource Center (community engagement)
Helen Smith, Housing and Residence Life (mutual respect)
Ruth Lopez, International Center (diversity)
Floyd Hurst, University Controller
Bob Boyle, Housing and Residence Life (pursuit of truth and knowledge)
Tammy Oliver, University Police Department (ethical conduct)
Ryan Miller, LGBT Resource Center (community engagement)
Tom VanSchoor, Student Ombudsman (mutual respect)
Lorna Bautista, Intercultural Center for PEACE (diversity)
Alan Marsh, Interfaith Advisory Council (champion for Student Affairs)
Chuck Hubbuch, Facilities Planning (champion for Student Affairs)
Cara Lourcey, Office of the Vice President for Student and International Affairs (mutual respect and civility)
Kathryn Dumouchel, Housing and Residence Life (ethical conduct)
Vivian Senior, Career Services (community engagement)
Chris Bender, Intercultural Center for PEACE (diversity)
Maria Castro, Career Services (truth and knowledge)
John Barnes & Mike Saathoff, Student Government (environment)
Laurel Kendall, Student Government (ethical conduct)
DeeAnne Crookham, Women’s Center (pursuit of truth)
Michael Kennedy, Health Promotions (mutual respect)
Ayolane Halusky, Campus Recreation (respon. To natural envit)
Kara Tucker, Disabilities Resource Center (community engagement)
Richmond Wynn, Counseling Center (diversity)
Chief Foxworth, University Police Department (exemplary achievement)
Rich Elmore, Facilities Planning (being a champion for student affairs)
The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation.
The proud men and women of the University of North Florida Police Department successfully achieved full compliance with the accreditation standards as set forth by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation.
Accreditation creates a forum in which police and citizens work together to control and prevent crime. This partnership will help citizens to understand the challenges that confront law enforcement. The UPD will, in turn, receive clear direction from the UNF community about its expectations. Thus, a common set of goals and objectives will be arrived at and implemented. Read more at UPD's Accreditation page.
For more information, visit the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
The Child Development Research Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC provide the early childhood education field with a credible means by which to identify and meet standards of excellence. NAEYC Accreditation gained international recognition for its visible support of high-quality early child programs.
For more information, visit NAEYC.
The International Association of Counseling Services (IACS)
The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). IACS is the accreditation association for university and college counseling centers and public and provate counseling agencies. The association provides comprehensive guidelines that address issues such as a counseling center's relationship to its campus, its ethical standards and functions, and personnel requirements.
For more information, visit IACS.
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