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Kim Lord-Plummer, senior lecturer in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks with students during a neurological review and case study exercise held in the RENK active learning classroom in the Veterinary Medicine Building on April 2, 2019. Lord-Plummer is a recipient of a 2019 Academic Staff Excellence Award.

Employee News

June 13, 2021

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Partners in Giving Campaign Invites Gifts of All Sizes

Through Partners in Giving, UW–Madison employees can donate to the local, national, and international charities of their choice. Online donations can be made through payroll deduction or by credit card at giving.wi.gov. Or, submit a paper pledge form and make a gift through payroll deduction, cash, or check. Even a small gift of $1, $5 or $10 per pay period can have a positive impact in our community and around the world. The “Give Hope” campaign runs through Nov. 29, although contributions will be welcomed through May 15, 2020.
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Road Closures and Detours Update

Construction projects continue to affect traffic patterns on campus. Due to weather delays, a section of Observatory Drive near the Natatorium will be closed to traffic through Friday, Dec. 9. East-west traffic is detoured to Linden Drive and some Madison Metro Transit bus routes are affected, including campus bus routes 80 and 84. In addition, Mills Street between University Avenue and Johnson Street is closed to two-way traffic until mid-to-late 2020. Traffic should detour via Brooks, Charter, or Park Street. For updates on campus road closures and detours, visit transportation.wisc.edu.
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Workshop Explores What Matters at Work

A three-part workshop on “What Matters at Work” is scheduled for Jan. 16, Jan. 30, and Feb. 13, 2020, 9–10:30 a.m. at 21 North Park Street. Participants will explore how those things we value most can be aligned with our work priorities and our organization’s work processes. Sessions will be highly participatory. The $95 registration fee includes a copy of a book that will serve as a resource for continued learning. Registrants should plan on attending all three sessions and should expect to complete about one hour of work weekly outside of class over the six-week period. The registration deadline is Dec. 17, 2019, and space is limited.
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UWPD Offers WiscGuardian Mobile Safety App

The UW–Madison Police Department (UWPD) invites all faculty, staff, and students to download WiscGuardian, a free mobile safety app that turns any mobile phone into a personal safety device. WiscGuardian is personalized for the UW–Madison campus. The app allows you to invite friends and family to join your network as your “Guardians.” A Guardian is someone you can ask to walk with you virtually on or off campus. Guardians will have access to your phone location on a map. The app also allows for easy communication with the UWPD Dispatch Center in a non-emergency situation, as well as communication with 9-1-1 in an emergency.
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