Eunice Stephens Receives UCSF Great People Award


CTSI congratulates Eunice Stephens, MPH, assistant director of operations for Clinical Research Services (CRS), a recipient of a Great People Award!

Located in the kinetic and upcoming Mid-Market Street area, the Tenderloin Clinical Research Center ("TCRC") is a site of the Clinical Research Services program of CTSI (Clinical & Translational Science Institute). Eunice Stephens is the invaluable administrative director/Assistant Operations Manager for the TCRC, and has directed the TCRC through many challenges in the past few years in this role. "The CTSI Clinical Research Services is extremely fortunate to have had Eunice as the Assistant Operations Manager as she is a leader who demonstrates a positive collaborative approach in reaching the highest goals and standards our research institute aspires to." She has taken on the less than pleasant process of having to discuss NIH budget cuts with investigators "with calm resolve." Read more

The Great People Awards recognize employees whose daily contributions highlight the great diversity of work within the School of Medicine and honors employees whose commitment and values make their jobs a positive experience and the School of Medicine a great place to work. Recipients of the awards represent the wide array of duties and functions performed by School of Medicine workers and are employees whose performance can be characterized by one or more of the following attributes:

  • Contributes to activities, programs or events resulting in tangible added value.
  • Serves as a role model for teamwork and customer service.
  • Makes the School or Department a better place to work by demonstrating a positive, helpful attitude, and by communicating and working cooperatively with others.
  • Shows solid and consistent devotion to the job and work group.
  • Inspires others to excel.

See the list and descriptions of all four awardees: