Are You Ready for March Madness? Got Husky Bucks?

Win a $25 Gift Card to Price Chopper by using Husky Bucks!

Is it time to get groceries already? You can’t forget the snacks for March Madness! Hurry on down to Price Chopper and fill up on groceries. When you use your Husky Bucks at Price Chopper in Downtown Storrs, you are automatically entered into a drawing where three lucky winners will win a $25 Price Chopper gift card! The drawing starts March 20th and ends March 26th so stop by today!

Like us on Facebook.com/UCOneCard and follow us on Twitter @Huskybucks for updates on your UConn One Card and the Husky Bucks deals!

For a list of the many locations that accept Husky Bucks both on and off campus, and to learn how you can make a deposit into your Husky Bucks account, visit onecard.uconn.edu.

For more information, contact: One Card Office at 860-486-3129

Student Health Launches Online Self-Scheduling

We at Student Health Services understand that you have a busy schedule. Your time is valuable, so we want to help you access our care in the most efficient way.

To that end, we are pleased to offer on-line self-scheduling for most visits to Student Health Services via our patient web portal – myHealth.uconn.edu.   Pick the time and day most convenient for you to see one of our providers. We have same-day appointments every day, as well as extended daytime and early evening hours for appointments.

If you prefer, you can still contact our Scheduling Department by calling 860-486-2719 to book your appointment over the phone.

Our goal remains to provide you with high quality, compassionate medical care so that you can be a healthy and successful Husky!

For more information, contact: Student Health Services at 860-486-2719, shs@uconn.edu

Mom Time: Weekly Support Meetings for Moms

If you are a mom, come join us for a weekly support meeting.

Come together with other moms & Humphrey Clinic counselors to relax, receive support, share information and participate in creative activities (no artistic talent required).

Join us Thursdays March 16th to April 13th

When: 5:30PM-7:00PM

How much: $10

Where: The Humphrey Clinic, 843 Bolton Road, U-117, Storrs, CT, 06269

Call us at (860) 486-3692 to enroll or for more information!

For more information, contact: The UCONN Humphrey Clinic at 860-486-3692

3/21 All Employees Are Invited: UConn Spirit Awards

Please join President Susan Herbst at the Third Annual UConn Spirit Awards

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

12 noon – 1:30pm

North Reading Room, Wilbur Cross

Winners announced at 12:15pm

Food and refreshments will be provided

2017 Award Finalists:

Unsung Hero

Karen Bresciano, Dean of Students Office

Melissa Foreman, ISS First Year Programs and Learning Communities

Team Award

CLAS Business Services Center

Core E

Expanded Food and Nutritional Program

Outstanding Peer

John Armstrong, Off Campus Student Services

Milagros Marrero-Johnson, School of Social Work

Michelle Pereira Lopes, Sponsored Programs

Rising Star

Omar Andujar, Audit, Compliance and Ethics

Nicole Bruno, Student Activities

Amelinda Vazquez, Career Services

Come show your support for these outstanding finalists.

This celebratory event applauds the efforts of our employees and recognizes them for their dedicated work, service and contributions to UConn. We encourage staff in units and departments to attend. The event is planned during the lunch hour (12:00-1:30pm) to permit time for staff members to share coverage of essential office/departmental functions. Consistent with University practice, employees need not charge personal time to attend this event, but will still need to get approval from their supervisor. 

For more information or questions, please contact University Events and Conference Services at rsvp@uconn.edu or 860-486-1038.  If you are an individual who requires an accommodation to participate, please contact University Events and Conference Services.

For more information, contact: University Events & Conference Services at 486-1038/rsvp@uconn.edu.

UCPEA Annual Report of Activity and Achievement

To: Non Teaching Professionals represented by UCPEA

From: Office of Faculty & Staff Labor Relations

Date: March 15, 2017

Re: Annual Report of Activity and Achievement

As indicated under article 21.2b of the UCPEA collective bargaining agreement, management may require employees to provide an Annual Report of Activity and Achievement to their supervisors as a source of information for performance evaluations. Please consider this formal notice of such requirement. The contract requires employees be given a minimum of two weeks’ notice for providing the requested reports. Final written reports for this evaluation year must be submitted to your supervisor by April 15, 2017 for consideration in the evaluation process. Please use this as an opportunity to share information with your supervisor about your job related activities and achievements this year.

In addition, this correspondence serves as formal notice that an Annual Report of Activity and Achievement will be required for the next evaluation year (May 1, 2017 – April 30, 2018). The contract requires management to inform employees of this requirement in advance of the period for which the report is requested (see article 21.2b). If you have any questions about the performance evaluation process, please see the guidelines offered on the Office of Faculty & Staff Labor Relations web site http://lr.uconn.edu/resources/supervisors/ucpea-merit-and-performance-evaluations/ or call the phone number below.

Thank you.

For more information, contact: Office of Faculty & Staff Labor Relations at 860-486-5684

Submit Award Nominations, Fee-Funded Student Orgs

It’s that time of year again where we formally recognize the tremendous work of our student organizations and student leaders. To do that, we need your help. The Triad Leadership Program has opened nominations for The Stewardship Awards, four awards based on the fee-funded student organizations’ work in the four areas of stewardship.

  • Constituents Award – demonstrating a strong level of commitment to and awareness of the people the organization serves
  • Membership Award – carrying out excellent recruitment, development, and mentorship as well as creating a positive and supportive place for involvement
  • Assets Award – maximizing the assets that the organization has and using its resources in innovative and responsible ways
  • Administrator Relations Award – effectively collaborating with faculty, staff, and administrators to develop partnerships in order to support the organization’s mission and the student body

Eligible organizations include: Nutmeg Publishing, UCTV, WHUS Radio, The Daily Campus, PIRG, Undergraduate Student Government, and SUBOG.

The Triad Leadership Program will present an award to the most successful student organization for each area of stewardship.

All fee-funded organizations are eligible to be nominated by members, staff, administration, and advisors. The winners will be determined by a selection committee within the Division of Student Affairs who will review the nominations. Winning organizations will receive recognition at the Student Life Awards on April 13th, 2016.

Deadline: Friday March 24 at 5:00 PM

Click the link to nominate an organization! http://leadership.uconn.edu/stewardship-awards/

CSD at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference

Alyssa Marinaccio, Assistive Technology Coordinator for the Center for Students with Disabilities, attended the 32nd Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego, CA. She presented on the assistive technology initiatives in the CSD: CSDTech At UConn: How We Increased Our AT Services and How You Can Too. CSUN is known as a forum that showcases cutting edge technology and practical solutions that can be utilized to remove the barriers that prevent the full participation of persons with disabilities in educational, workplace and social settings (http://www.csun.edu/cod/conference).

Northwest Dining Open During Spring Break

Spring Break runs from Saturday, March 11 – Saturday, March 18. If you have an Ultimate, Value or Custom Meal Plan, and if you are staying on campus during the break, you may sign up in advance for meals included in your meal plan. These meals are limited to one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner per day. Only Northwest Dining unit will be open during the break. Serving hours: Breakfast 7:00 am – 9:30 am; Lunch 11:30 am – 2:15 pm; Dinner 4:15 pm – 7:15 pm.

 

Need Groceries? Got Husky Bucks? Shop P.C.

Win a $25 Gift Card to Price Chopper by using Husky Bucks!

Is your fridge empty? Hurry on down to Price Chopper and fill up on groceries. When you use your Husky Bucks at Price Chopper in Downtown Storrs, you are automatically entered into a drawing where three lucky winners will win a $25 Price Chopper gift card! The drawing starts March 6th and ends March 12th so stop by today!

Like us on Facebook.com/UCOneCard and follow us on Twitter @Huskybucks for updates on your UConn One Card and the Husky Bucks deals!

For a list of the many locations that accept Husky Bucks both on and off campus, and to learn how you can make a deposit into your Husky Bucks account, visit onecard.uconn.edu.

For more information, contact: One Card Office at 860-486-3129.