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Strategic use of some quiet weeks

Taking advantage of reduced foot traffic through the Memorial Union between semesters, building leaders planned several facility projects involving the main floor ballrooms, third floor restrooms and the M-Shop.

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Name badges now available through printing services

Printing services worked with university marketing to redesign employee name badges, focusing on durability, texture, finish, color and ability to handle alternative text. Faculty and staff can order them online.

Meet Workday's new landing page, coming Jan. 10

The redesign personalizes the landing page and helps employees find information about themselves and use self-service tasks that have been in Workday but perhaps were difficult to locate.

Anti-trafficking law impacts lodging providers, ISU employees

A new law requires all in-state lodging providers to complete human trafficking prevention training to receive public funds for state employee lodging. ISU employees must ensure their lodging choice is certified in order to be reimbursed if they pay with state funds.

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Perry Fantini named vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion

She will leave her post as vice provost for equity, access and opportunity and Title IX coordinator at Tiffin University, Ohio, to start Jan. 18 at Iowa State.

Student loan forgiveness temporarily easier for public workers

Temporary rule changes to the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program effective through next fall potentially could wipe out more than $4 billion in student loan debt held by government and nonprofit workers. Here's what is different and how ISU faculty and staff can see if they might benefit.