Saturday, March 10 is the pay period cutoff for the March 30 monthly payday. To be included in this paycheck, timecards for the week ending March 10 must be approved by 10 a.m., Thursday, March 15, which is during spring break. Make sure your timecards are submitted and approved to meet the deadlines for this payday. Any timecards submitted and approved after 10 a.m., Thursday, March 15, will be included in the April 30 payday.
With spring cleaning around the corner, Environmental Health and Safety would like to remind the university community to pay attention to warning labels, personal protective equipment and chemical storage.
Rod Library is developing our 2018-2023 Strategic Plan. We are interested in feedback from students, staff and faculty campuswide. Please see the website for details, times to drop in and chat, and a survey link. The deadline for feedback is Sunday, March 18.
Mark your calendar! Rod Library and LIB 3159 are hosting an Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 24, in the Scholarspace. No experience necessary; free childcare provided and open to the public.
Learn about condom use and safer sex during this fun, interactive session from 2 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, March 7, in the conference room, SHC. No registration is required. For more information, visit the Student Wellness website. There will be no workshop on March 14. Have a fun and safe spring break!
Time for a break, Panthers, you’ve earned it! We hope you have a fun and relaxing spring break, but before you go make sure to check out the Student Wellness Services website for tips on "Spring Break Safety."
Human Resource Services will host three 90-minute informational sessions on simple strategies to assist you in saving more for retirement. All faculty and staff are welcome to join us for a revealing trip through successful investing and saving strategies developed especially for women. Login to MyUNIverse to view class times and register.
Rod Library interim hours for spring break 2018 are available on the library website.
Theatre 1005: Acting for Life is offered MWF, 9 to 9:50 a.m. An on-your-feet, activity-based course focusing on discovering your personal sense of creativity and incorporating the use of acting skills and tools to enrich your personal and professional life through exercises, games, improvisation and scene work. For all majors.
Please report your 2017-2018 Community Engagement projects. A link to the database can be found on the Community Engagement website. This work includes (but not limited to) service-learning, internships, student volunteer projects, engaged scholarship, etc. Please contact Paige Cowing with questions.