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Employee News

February 8, 2023

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Resources Help Employees Enroll in Annual Benefits

The Annual Benefits Enrollment period is currently underway and will end at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. A number of resources for employees are available online at, including information about the 2022 benefits plans that are available and guidance on how to enroll online via MyUW. The Annual Benefits Enrollment 2022 Summary (PDF) provides an overview of available plans and premiums. Employees can also consult the checklist for step-by-step reminders on how to “prepare, decide, and act” on their annual benefits enrollment. Both the summary and the checklist are available in multiple languages. The calendar of upcoming events includes virtual, one-hour presentations of “Benefits 2022: What You Need to Know” on October 14 and 15. Pre-registration is required for virtual events. A recorded video of the seminar is also available.
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Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring Offers Instructional Support

The new Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring offers a variety of services and resources to support instructors. These include professional development opportunities ranging in focus from participant-driven conversations on equitable teaching and learning, to explorations on course design and delivery, such as TeachOnline@UW, and one-on-one consultations. Offerings range in length and format, and allow instructors to choose how best to meet their needs and connect with the center’s staff.
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Ideas, Best Practices, and Networking for Supervisors

Campus Supervisors Network (CSN) is a Community of Practice that promotes leadership and personnel management at UW–Madison. CSN offers trainings, networking opportunities, online resources, and a weekly email newsletter. All UW supervisors are encouraged to participate. Learn more at
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Guidelines for Riding on Campus Buses

Madison Metro Transit—which operates campus bus routes 80, 81, 82, and 84—is following federal, state, and local public health guidance, including face masks for all riders and drivers. Transportation Services provides health and safety reminders, as well as advice for those who wish to avoid the most crowded campus buses, on their website at
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