Posted: 8/28/15 11:50 AM
Today is the first UPRC & AC meeting of 2015-16. We would like to take a moment to welcome our new UPRC council members, Marco Fatuzzo, Professor & Chair, Physics and John Kucia, Administrative Vice President and thank the council members who have completed their terms, Shannon Byrne-Cueva, Professor and Chair of Classics and Modern Languages and Lori Johnson, Assistant Provost, Student Enrichment.
As a friendly reminder, you can access the UPRC site by using the Nexus Icon on the employee hub or the following link:
New this year is a FY17 Budget Cycle Calendar. The calendar provides a way for the campus community to see the timeline for information being requested by and due back to the Financial Planning and Budgets office to develop the FY17 budget recommendation by UPRC.
We hope you enjoy our newest feature and we are looking forward to another great year!
Posted: 8/28/15 10:43 AM
Due to the high volume of new hire student workers, we have extended the timesheet submission deadline to Wednesday, September 2 by 5pm instead of Monday August 31. If the student worker is unable to access their timesheet by Wednesday, September 2 you should contract the Payroll Department at ext 3436. The student payroll schedule is located at http://www.xavier.edu/controller/payroll/Payroll-Schedule.cfm and the instructions for Webtime entry is http://www.xavier.edu/career/Student-Employment1.cfm for your convenience. Thank you for your patience.
Posted: 8/28/15 9:52 AM
Faculty and staff are invited as Chad Hershock from Carnegie Mellon University’s Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Pedagogical Innovation provides the CTE’s fall keynote presentation on “How Teaching Works: Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies,” Monday, August 31st, 3:00-4:15 p.m. in Kennedy Auditorium. Reception follows.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/cte/Chad-Hershock.cfm
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