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Several opportunities to learn more about HR Design, the campus’s new human resources system, are coming in the next two months.
Obituary for UW–Madison employee Miguel Julian.
As we approach the end of another semester and calendar year, I want to take a moment to express my gratitude for all you do for UW–Madison and the citizens of Wisconsin.
Changes are coming in January to the travel program for all University of Wisconsin System employees. The program changes are intended to ease travel booking, improve traveler safety and comfort, and achieve cost efficiency.
With winter-like weather returning, the Office of Human Resources is reminding employees about campus inclement weather guidelines. The chancellor or her designee is responsible for…
Seeking to increase transparency and accessibility of the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s revenues and expenditures, Chancellor Rebecca Blank asked staff to create the Budget in Brief, a slimmed-down booklet that breaks the university’s $2.9 billion annual budget into digestible chunks.
The Wisconsin Collaboratory for Enhanced Learning (WisCEL) is inviting faculty and staff interested in teaching active learning and technology-enhanced courses to apply for space during the fall 2015 semester by December 1.
Classified employees, graduate assistants and student employees are essential members of the campus community. We greatly appreciate what they do on a daily basis to help the university achieve its educational and research missions.
A committee reviewing the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s internal budget process is recommending a new model that would establish transparent, objective metrics to drive resource allocation decisions in the areas of instruction and research.
In response to state legislative directives to reduce fund balances, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has lowered its tuition balance by 41 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to a new report.
Robust internal communications are essential to a well-functioning workplace. An Administrative Process Redesign project recently completed a study of the issue on campus and is suggesting a set of improvements on behalf of UW employees.
After four months of construction, the State Street Mall and related Bascom Hill staircase projects are finally nearing the finish line.
A newly launched UW–Madison website seeks to fill a niche by giving students, staff and visitors digital access to information about and images of the public art they can see across campus. The Division of Facilities Planning and Management has partnered with an art history graduate student to create the site, which highlights UW–Madison public art that exists outside of a traditional gallery setting.
After a year serving on an interim basis, John Lease has been named secretary of the classified staff, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Darrell Bazzell announced last week.
History was made Monday as representatives of the first-ever Classified Staff Congress met for the first time in Bascom Hall.
The results are in from the first-ever classified staff congressional election. Voting took place July 7 through July 21.
Online sales of employee bus passes and transportation permits for the 2014-15 academic year has begun at the Transportation Services website.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has transitioned to a new high-speed advanced research and education Internet network.
Jeanette Kowalik has been named the new director of prevention services and campus health initiatives at University Health Services (UHS), the student health clinic of the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
You could say that Bob Lavigna, UW–Madison’s assistant vice chancellor-human resources, wrote the book on public-sector employee engagement. And you’d be right.