Planned for August are classroom sessions on a variety of instructional technology tools, and planned for September is “Blended Learning: The 21st-Century Learning Environment,” the 2010 ELI online Fall Focus session.
Bidding for goods and services over $3,000 is now in effect. Training will be available this summer and fall through the university’s Leadership Academy.
Faculty and staff are asked to book all travel with the preferred vendors effective immediately.
Full-time faculty and staff hired on or after July 1 now have a one-year waiting period before tuition remission benefits will be available to them.
Gifts must be received by June 30 in order to be counted in this year’s campaign.
Laura Deuberry (interior design), Rod Kirkwold (carpenter) and Roger Stowell (painter) will retire on Wednesday.
Here’s an FAQ about the dependent eligibility verification audit now under way for those covered on St. Thomas’ health care plan.
The date of the contribution rate change now coincides with the beginning of the academic year and the month in which the university generally awards annual pay increases and begins faculty contracts. Changes in eligibility and vesting periods will continue to become effective on July 1.
The special rates are good for new or used vehicles (including motorcycles).
The new application deadline is Friday, June 25; in addition, two information sessions will be held on Wednesday, June 16.
If your child is graduating, or 25, he or she may no longer qualify as a dependent. Federal and state laws require parents to notify Human Resources.
Use rather than lose vacation time.
The program is designed for those who are interested in a professional and personal development opportunity.
All undergraduate St. Thomas students are invited to participate in the annual institute, Aug. 29-31.