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Lynn Edlefson, campus child care coordinator and director of the Office of Child Care & Family Resources, and Steve Cramer, associate dean for academic affairs of the College of Engineering, are the recipients of this year’s Women's Philanthropy Council (WPC) Champion Awards at UW–Madison.
Employee bus passes for the 2013-14 academic year are now available online.
After 36 years as professor of violin at UW–Madison, Tyrone Greive is retiring this spring. But the indefatigable musician, well-known to Madison audiences as the former concertmaster of the Madison Symphony Orchestra, will still teach, perform and indulge his lifelong passion for Polish string literature.
The HR Design project team is working with subject matter experts to convert the framework outlined in the HR Design Strategic Plan into draft policies, procedures and processes. These efforts will continue to include close collaboration with governance groups and campus stakeholders.
The Office of Child Care and Family Resources http://occfr.wisc.edu is working to improve and expand child care options with a focus on high-quality early education and care programs while responding to the increasing need for infant and toddler care.
Bob Lavigna, UW–Madison's director of human resources and project lead, said he knew from when the HR Design project first began to take shape about a year ago that the university had an extraordinary opportunity to reshape its human resources system.