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May 10, 2021

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Candidates sought for campus committees

Each year the Academic Staff Nominating Committee seeks candidates to serve on more than 40 campus committees. Committees span a variety of interests including communications, compensation, awards, diversity, student affairs, transportation, athletics, information technology, and many more. If you would like to be considered for current and future committee openings, please complete a survey: http://go.wisc.edu/GetInvolved. Committee service is a great way for academic staff members to grow personally and professionally, to meet other staff outside their units, to learn more about how things work at UW-Madison, and to have a voice in campus issues.  
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eBenefits provides online benefits enrollment

UW-Madison is launching eBenefits, a new secure online benefits enrollment process, for the 2017 Annual Benefits Enrollment period Oct. 17 to Nov. 11. By using the automated eBenefits enrollment tool, employees will receive a confirmation statement of their benefit elections and will experience convenient, flexible and time-saving enrollments using paperless technology. Access is through the MyUW portal and is available anywhere there is an Internet connection.
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UW-Madison wins Love to Ride Madison competition

UW-Madison took top honors in in a citywide program designed to encourage bicycling. Love to Ride Madison ran from Sept. 12 to Oct. 7 this year. Madisonians from 74 different organizations signed up. UW-Madison finished 1st and UW Health finished 5th in the largest employee size category (500+ staff). Individual UW-Madison departments also competed favorably. The Limnology Department won its category (20-49 staff), followed by the UW Center for Tobacco Research & Intervention (3rd), and UW’s Morgridge Center for Public Service (4th).  
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Which collaboration tool is best for you?

Which collaboration tool do you prefer: Google Drive, Box or OneDrive? These can be a great way to share files of all types with others. However, do you know how to protect your intellectual property? Do you want a clear explanation of how these three collaboration tools differ? Check out this comparison chart from DoIT to help you decide which tool(s) can best meet your needs.
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