Five students on concrete ledge sketch on pads

No place better

Summerlike days this week presented teaching faculty with some outdoor learning opportunities.

Questions and answers from the Oct. 4 benefits town hall

As part of a broader effort to help faculty and staff prepare for changes to their medical insurance plans for 2024, benefits director Ed Holland and associate vice president for finance Heather Paris led a virtual town hall this week.

Avoid a tax surprise with a paycheck check-up

Calculating that the right amount of taxes are being taken out of a paycheck each month could keep employees from having to write a check later.

LeBaron Hall replacement plan gets the green light

Other outcomes of the Sept. 28 state Board of Regents meeting include a Scheman Building renovation, new data dashboard on alumni median income and student debt, participation in a special retirement incentive plan and operating support requests to the state for the next fiscal year.

Leadership development group is underway

The 32 members of the 2023-24 Emerging Leaders Academy are working to build their leadership skills, better understand university function and culture, and think beyond their department or unit.

United Way campaign surpasses halfway mark

Employees who want to contribute to the campaign may use payroll deduction or their credit card to make a gift.