Month: February 2019

The Center for Career Development is Hiring

Do you know a professional, enthusiastic, and dedicated student who is looking for a paid, on-campus internship? The Center for Career Development is seeking several students for their Career Intern program. Candidates must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, display confidence, and strong public speaking skills. In addition, candidate must have an interest in educating […]

Workers Compensation Medical Treatment Guidelines

In emergency workplace injury situations, injured employees should seek treatment at the closest emergency facility. In the case of a non-emergency workplace injury, injured employees are required to visit a designated initial treatment provider. Failure to visit a designated initial treatment provider or seeking treatment outside the workers’ compensation provider network, the employee may risk […]

Volunteers Needed to Help Low Income Families

WAIM: (Windham Area Interfaith Ministries) is a non-profit organization set up in Windham. There, they essentially have a large “Goodwill” composed of the community’s generosity. However, WAIM redistributes the donations for free to low-income families or those in crisis. Volunteers help sort incoming donations, organize, register clients, and assist with tasks as people in the community pickup what […]

Spring Break Shuttle Services 3/16 – 3/24

Storrs campus shuttle service will be provided along two fixed routes during the 2019 spring break (3/16 – 3/24).  Route maps and complete details about the spring break shuttle services are available on the Transportation Services website. AVS on Storrs campus will run the same hours as the fixed routes.  The UCH Shuttle will operate morning and […]

General Team Building with Four Arrows For Groups

Four Arrows (FA) is an accessible resource for the UConn community for experiential learning opportunities. We are FREE  for any group made up of 90% students and have minimal fees for non-student groups. Our highly trained facilitators can guide your group through a variety of hands on learning experiences: General Teambuilding (indoor or outdoors) Low […]

3/7 International Chat: Stress Management/Meditation

A collaboration with Counseling and Mental Health Services (CMHS), International Chat brings together international students, scholars, and their families in a warm and informal environment. This week, join ISSS and CMHS as we learn stress management tips to cope with the middle of the semester and engage in some peaceful meditation. When:  Thursday, March 7, […]

2/20 Town Hall Meeting on Fees

TO:                        University Community FROM:                  Scott A. Jordan, Executive Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer Craig Kennedy, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs SUBJ:                     Town Hall Meetings on Fees – February 20 The university community is invited to attend open forums regarding the university’s proposed fee rates for the 2019-2020 academic year. […]