Walking to work: Good for the sole
Several faculty and staff walk to work -- rain, snow or shine -- for a variety of reasons and benefits. For some it's a way to decompress after the day, and for others it is a chance to be outside and enjoy their neighborhood.
Two finalists named for senior VP post in operations and finance
Campus visits are scheduled this week and include a forum with division employees.
Beloved 'maidens' sculpture to be replicated
Eighty years of rain, ice and wind have eroded the limestone surfaces on Christian Petersen's Fountain of the Four Seasons sculpture on the Memorial Union lawn. University museums will have a replica carved while it's still possible to recreate detail from the originals.
Help WorkCyte project team gauge awareness among employees
A short assessment, available for two weeks in Qualtrics, will help the WorkCyte Phase II project team identify where to focus communication and training efforts. All employees are asked to complete it.
Faculty development requests, MU upgrades on regents agenda
Two proposed renovation projects at the Memorial Union, totaling about $6.5 million, would modernize the second-floor space leading to the Col. Pride Lounge and third floor office space between the bookstore and parking ramp, the latter creating homes for two more student service units not currently in the building.