In Brief: Veterans Day pictures, vaccination deadline, incentive recipients

In Brief: Veterans Day pictures, vaccination deadline, incentive recipients

By University Communications
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Send us pictures from your time in the military.
Send us pictures from your time in the military.
Employees can get vaccinated at Campus Health. (Photo by Chris Richards/University of Arizona)
Employees can get vaccinated at Campus Health. (Photo by Chris Richards/University of Arizona)

Share your military service photos with LQP

As Veterans Day approaches, Lo Que Pasa is looking to honor University employees who have served in the military. If you are a veteran, please send us pictures of you in uniform during your time in active duty, along with a current photo, so we can share them in the Nov. 3 issue of LQP.

Please include your name and title, your military branch and time of service, as well as information about the images, such as where they were taken and what/who is pictured. We kindly request that images be sent to uaatwork@arizona.edu by Friday, Oct. 29.

Last dates to get vaccinated before the Dec. 8 deadline

In order to comply with President Joe Biden's executive order requiring that employees of institutions that contract with the federal government be vaccinated against COVID-19, the University is asking faculty and staff to upload their vaccine documentation by Dec. 8.

President Robert C. Robbins announced the deadline in a message to employees last week.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a person as being fully vaccinated two weeks after the second dose in a two-dose series or two weeks after receiving a single-dose vaccine.

As of Tuesday, 58% of employees had uploaded their documentation.

Those who need to make appointments to get vaccinated should receive their doses no later than the dates below. Employees can be vaccinated at Campus Health or they can use Vaccine Finder to find a nearby location.

Moderna vaccine

First dose: Oct. 27
Second dose: Nov. 24

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

First dose: Nov. 3
Second dose: Nov. 24

Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Single dose: Nov. 24

University employees, including student workers and graduate assistants/associates, must upload their vaccine documentation through the secure, HIPAA-compliant Campus Health system by Dec. 8. More information can be found on the COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement page.

See which employees received tickets, Rec Center memberships and other incentives after uploading their vaccine documentation

Dozens of employees who have uploaded their COVID-19 vaccine documentation have received incentives for doing so. Employees who uploaded their documentation were automatically entered for a chance to be randomly selected for the incentives.

In all, the University awarded one parking permit, three Campus Recreation semester memberships, eight pairs of Arizona Arts Live tickets, 40 pairs of tickets to home football games, 10 pairs of tickets each to a private viewing of a men's basketball practice and 10 pairs of tickets to a private viewing of a women's basketball practice.

Most of the winners are listed below. (Some employees asked that their names not be published.)

Campus Recreation memberships

  • Claudia Arias, College of Engineering
  • Mark Blair, James E. Rogers College of Law
  • Deborah Schaefer, School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences

Arizona Arts Live tickets

  • Caitlin Cameron, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science
  • Mikayla Mace Kelley, University Communications

Home football game tickets

  • Diane Brennan, Human Resources
  • Seres Cross, Department of Physiology
  • Emilio Cruz, Transfer Credit and Articulation
  • Morgen Daniels, Arizona Global
  • Rachelle Dilley, Enrollment Marketing
  • Ernesto Espinoza, College of Medicine – Tucson
  • Julie Forte, College of Medicine – Tucson
  • Toni Johnson, College of Medicine – Tucson
  • Rob Keegan, College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Vivian Miranda, Steward Observatory
  • Sharon O'Neal, Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering
  • Emily Romero, Student Food Service
  • Teresa Rosano, School of Architecture
  • Damien Snook, Admissions and New Student Enrollment
  • Sandip Sonar, Department of Immunobiology
  • Billy Zsambok, College of Applied Science and Technology

Men's basketball practice

  • Christopher Baker, Alumni and Development
  • Julie Katsel, Government and Community Relations
  • Andy Monteverde, University Information Technology Services
  • Derrick Pooyouma, Eller College of Management
  • James Rashan, Eller College of Management
  • Earl Spencer, University Information Technology Services
  • Robert Torres, Department of Agricultural Education, Technology and Innovation
  • Charlie Touseull, University Libraries
  • Owen Witzeman, Fred Fox School of Music
  • Amy Woolfolk, Arizona Public Media

Women's basketball practice

  • Sanlyn Buxner, College of Education
  • Barbara Goetting, Sponsored Projects Services
  • Aminata Kilungo, Department of Community, Environment and Policy
  • Lisette LeCorgne, Campus Health and Wellness
  • Meghan McKenney, Student Financial Aid
  • Walter Ries, University Information Technology Services
  • Lourdes Rodriguez, Life & Work Connections
  • Joellen Russell, Department of Geosciences
  • Romi Wittman, College of Applied Science and Technology

 

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