Library view

Library renovation improves technology, provides more study space

Collaboration rooms, new computers and plenty of comfortable seating options were all part of a summer renovation at Parks Library that has been well received by students. 

As workflow stabilizes, ISD's second phase turns to outreach and improvement

Now that the workflow is beginning to stabilize, phase II of ISD has begun. That includes additional training, strengthening relationships with units and departments, and leadership teams responding to campus feedback.

Employee flu shot clinic is set for Oct. 7-18

The clinic will be open Monday through Friday for two weeks (9 a.m.-4 p.m. in 205 TASF); no appointment is needed.

Job alerts now available in Workday

Employees can set up notifications for campus job openings that match their interests.

Freshman Autumn Gannon relaxing in her hammock on campus.

Hammock options

More hammock poles offer tree relief

A dozen poles were installed this summer, giving students more tree-friendly hammocking options in popular campus locations.

Support extended to staff who assist with student worker HR

Administrative staff who support supervisors who hire and manage student employees received some extra assistance this month in navigating their new role. 

Funding request to replace LeBaron Hall heads to the state

The proposed $55 million project relies on $30 million in state support over three years, $15 million in private gifts and $10 million in university funds.