SADI Spotlight Nomination
The Staff Advancing Diversity & Inclusion (SADI) Spotlight is to recognize individuals or groups who demonstrate dedication and commitment to advocating for diversity through activities that promote an inclusive environment.  The Spotlight awardee(s) will be featured on the SADI website in addition to the monthly Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (ODEI) newsletter.  

For SADI Committee Definitions:

The SADI Spotlight awardee(s) should be current University of MN Medical School employees whose primary position is classified as an academic, professional and/or administrative role other than faculty or learner.  This includes full-time, part-time, temporary, and student-employee positions.  

Nominations can be self-submitted by the individual/group nominees or submitted by supervisors, direct reports or peers of the nominees via the nomination form.  Please provide a brief description of the individual or group’s involvement in furthering DEI work at the University of Minnesota, Medical School or in their community.

Nominees will be selected on a rolling basis by the SADI Leadership Committee.  Note: If a member of the SADI Leadership Committee is nominated, that member will recuse themselves from the selection process.

This nomination is NOT anonymous.  If you are nominating a co-worker, we will contact both you and the nominee(s) with additional questions, Spotlight confirmations, and other communication regarding the nomination process.  

Note: Please provide your official UMN X.500 email address below.
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