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Araceli Alonso, senior lecturer in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaches during her WS535: Women's Global Health and Human Rights course in Sterling Hall. Alonso is a recipient of a 2018 Academic Staff Excellence Award.

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March 4, 2021

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Enroll in Multi-Factor Authentication

UW–Madison is currently transitioning to multi-factor authentication (MFA-Duo). All faculty and staff will be required to use multi-factor authentication to access NetID web-based applications by the end of March 2019. MFA requires two different channels of authentication when a user logs in. MFA offers a higher level of security for personal information and the university’s digital resources. It also helps protect unauthorized logins to NetID accounts, even if passwords have been compromised. Employees can enroll in MFA-Duo with a smartphone, token/fob, or tablet at mfa.wisc.edu. To obtain a token/fob, please contact your MFA-Duo Implementation Partner no later than March 28. For questions, please contact the DoIT Help Desk at help@doit.wisc.edu or 264-4357.
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Nominations for University Staff Awards Due Thursday

Thursday, Feb. 28 is the deadline to submit nominations for the University Staff Recognition Award. The award recognizes outstanding achievements. Eight nominees are selected each year by the Awards Selection Committee of University Staff shared governance. Anyone can nominate a member of the University Staff for the award. For details, go to ous.wisc.edu/awards.
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Friday Deadlines for Office Professionals Conference

Registration is now open for the 29th Annual Office Professionals Conference, scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. at Union South. The conference helps UW–Madison employees develop professional skills and learn about resources for personal enrichment and professional development. A discounted registration fee of $100 (a $25 savings) is available to those who register and provide payment by March 1. Eight scholarships are available to UW–Madison employees who could not otherwise attend. Applications for scholarships are due March 1.
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Leadership Program Looks at Values and Vision

The Women and Leadership: Coffee and Conversation series offers no-cost events for UW–Madison employees who are interested in topics related to women’s advancement. On Thursday, March 14, 8–10 a.m. in Tripp Commons at the Memorial Union, Erin Lavery from Exact Sciences will speak on “Acting from Value, Not Fear: Identifying and Acting from the Values that Drive You.” In this interactive session, participants will be encouraged to develop individual action plans. All are welcome to attend. Space is limited; please register in advance at go.wisc.edu/1cfb76.
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