Current methods of remote desktop connection will be unavailable starting Monday, April 11.
The glass display cases will house accurate and up-to-date employment and labor law information.
The nomination deadline is Wednesday, March 23.
Sessions will be held on both the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses.
This month’s theme is workplace success.
The Grants and Research Office invites faculty to submit proposals for research that will be done in summer 2011. The application deadline is March 17
Pam Devine from The David Agency will speak at this brown bag event; she will cover long term care insurance program offered through St. Thomas.
Register by Wednesday, March 2, for the Friday, March 4, workshop.
In addition to treats and freebies, bring your UST ID to pick up your 2010 Personal Total Compensation Report.
Copies of the credit union’s Dec. 31, 2010, financial statement and income-and-expense statement will be available for perusal. Stop by for a brief meeting, refreshments and door prizes.
The fair will be held on both the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses; bring your UST ID to pick up your 2010 Personal Total Compensation Report.
Loan applications are available in a rack across from the credit union office in Loras Hall, and can be requested by phone or e-mail.
The Staff Recognition Awards nomination deadline has been extended to March 1.
MERSC, a new offering, provides discounts on recreation, restaurants and entertainment, child care, hotels and auto services. UST also has renewed Best Doctors and the Employee Assistance Program.
The competition can be an incentive to boost your exercise and energy level during the cold winter months.
Faculty can now add library reserve materials using an online form.
St. Thomas is preparing for its accreditation visit in fall 2013.
The program rewards eligible faculty and staff with time off and/or money for their creative suggestions that result in a tangible financial benefit to the university.
Classes begin this week (and also later this month).