News about the faculty and staff at the University of Louisville.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session March 6 at in Chao Auditorium. Chair Joe Steffen opened the meeting.
HR has added retirement rep consultation sessions to help UofL employees who are considering taking advantage of the voluntary separation incentive program.
UofL faculty and staff who want to hone their leadership skills have an opportunity to do so at the inaugural Pathways Women’s Leadership Conference May 17, 8 a.m.– 5 p.m., in the Founders Union Building on Shelby Campus.
It’s lunch time at UofL. What can you do — besides eat lunch at your desk again? Here are a few ideas:
The Staff Senate is part of UofL’s shared governance system, which also includes the Faculty Senate and the Student Government Association. Senators are elected by their peers. The full body met in regular session Feb. 11 in Ekstrom Library’s Chao Auditorium. Chair Dhiane Bradley opened the meeting.
Submitted notable activity of faculty and staff.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session Feb. 6 at in Chao Auditorium.
A re-emphasis on the university’s travel reimbursement policy will mean changes for how and when some UofL employees account for their travel expenses.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session Jan. 9 at in Chao Auditorium. Chair Joe Steffen opened the meeting.
The first month in a new year, and many of us have yet to adjust to time passing so quickly the pages of our life calendar still are in late summer.
Recently submitted faculty/staff activity.
Human Resources recommends that faculty and staff review their 2013 benefits summary and gives them several other tips.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session Dec. 5 at in Chao Auditorium. Chair Joe Steffen opened the meeting.
Faculty/staff notables submitted for posting since Oct. 15.
If you signed up for health insurance through UofL during open enrollment, you might find the new UofL Physicians website useful.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session Nov. 7 at in Chao Auditorium. Chair Joe Steffen opened the meeting, which primarily was informational in nature.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey honored 14 staff members with Outstanding Performance Awards during a ceremony Nov. 8 at Amelia Place. Each award winner received $1,000 and a plaque.
(Editor’s Note: This is the third of five UofL Cares spotlights.)
(Editor's Note: This is the second of five UofL Cares spotlights.)