Carpender, Payton receive Outstanding Staff Awards

January 3, 2014

Dean Burdine with Staff Award WinnersKay Carpender was honored with the 2013 Outstanding Staff Award by Interim Dean Jim Burdine during the recent holiday luncheon at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health. Ms. Carpender has been with the school for 12 years and is assistant director of the Office of Special Programs and the director of the Training and Education Collaborative System-Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center. 

The Outstanding Staff Honorable Mention Award was given to Samantha Payton. Ms. Payton has been with the school for five years and serves as administrative coordinator for the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

You may also like
Stillbirth research. Doctor examining a pregnant woman, post stillbirth.
Is pregnancy safe within a year of a stillbirth?
Reducing caregiver burden using remote monitoring technology
Food labeling systems
Food labeling combats obesity in low-income communities
X-Grants competition
X-Grant projects advance to next step