Let your colleagues know how they made a difference over the past year

15 November, 2021

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Last year, many of you shared thank you messages for your fellow colleagues who supported you during the transition to remote working as a result of COVID-19. We received such an overwhelmingly positive response to last year’s 'thank-you' initiative that we’re bringing it back again this year.

As we approach the holiday season and the end of 2021, we'd like to ask you to reflect on the last year and thank a UBC colleague (or colleagues) who made a difference at work. You can also thank a team, Faculty or department. Tell us who had an impact, supported your efforts, or simply made your life a bit easier. We'll share your messages on the UBC Today website.

What do you need to do?

  • Complete and submit your thank you message via this online form by Dec. 3.
  • Include your name, location, and Faculty/unit/department, as well as the name of the individual or group that you’d like to recognize.

Your messages of thanks and appreciation will go a long way in helping us create a sense of community among our colleagues at UBC.

Submit your message

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