Below is a list of quick links to each of the 2018 MML Accolades for Organizational Excellence where each accolade is described and a list of the awardees and their contributions are provided.
To recognize those in MML or at NIST who have gone above and beyond in serving MML staff, associates, and/or stakeholders in their administrative roles or through an administrative function
For outstanding administrative expertise, organizational and communication skills in service to the MML Lab Office
For superior facilitation of the development of support documentation and complete procurement packages sent to AMD
For outstanding service and superior administrative support to the Metallurgy/Materials Science and Engineering Division for over 27 years
To recognize, encourage, and reward safety-related leadership, innovation, preventative or corrective actions, or the implementation of best practices in MML.
For chemical waste pick up of thousands of chemicals in a short time without compromising safety and chemical regulations
To recognize an MML staff member or Associate who has played a significant role in the support and guidance of other staff members.
For tireless dedication to mentoring and training students as well as her colleagues and community to produce quality results in metabolomics
To recognize MML staff members and Associates who played a significant role in educational outreach to the community.
For conducting a superb two-day short course to educate judges in the science of vapor sampling and characterization
To recognize MML staff members and Associates, as well as those in other OUs, who have made MML a better place to work, have gone the extra mile to help MML staff ‘get the job done,’ or who have streamlined processes to make MML operate more efficiently.
For broadening the applicability and impact of the NIST Electron Microscopy Nexus facility through outreach efforts, collaboration, and equipment retooling
For providing exceptional technical and facilities support to the joint NIST-UMD NMR measurement program at IBBR
For providing extraordinary and unprecedented service and financial savings to MML and ACMD through his strategic use of the government excess equipment system
For exemplary leadership, professionalism, and innovation during her three-year coordination of the impactful SURF program
To recognize those in MML who serve with distinction in professional organizations that further the NIST mission.
For significant contributions and deep engagement with the professional magnetic research communities, where she is recognized as a global leader
For leadership of the NIST Chapter of Sigma Xi, encouraging scientific excellence and collaboration across NIST