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Brian Zimmerman, application development and integration programmer in the Human Resource System Infrastructure Group at the Department of Information Technology, works at his computer station at the 21 North Park Street Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on March 15, 2018. Zimmerman is one of eight recipients of a 2018 University Staff Recognition Award (USRA).

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January 28, 2023

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Construction Will Impact Traffic At Mills-Dayton Intersection

Northbound access through the Mills Street at Dayton Street intersection will be closed to vehicles starting Monday, June 17. This closure is part of the Dayton Street utilities project and will last for about six weeks. Construction schedules can change with little notice because of weather and other factors. For the latest updates on summer construction on campus, including maps and suggested alternate routes, please visit the Transportation Services website at
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Some Employees Must Use Personal Holiday and Vacation Carryover Hours by June 30

For many Faculty, Academic Staff, and Limited Appointees, all personal holiday and some vacation hours expire on July 1. If you have any personal holiday or vacation carryover hours, you will need to use those by the end of the fiscal year on June 30, or you will lose those hours. If you are ALRA eligible, you will be able to bank vacation carryover hours up to your allotment. To check your leave balances, log in to MyUW ( and launch the "Time and Absence" module. If you need assistance, please speak with your local human resources contact.
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Registration Is Open for Women and Leadership Symposium

The UW–Madison Women and Leadership Symposium is scheduled for Tuesday, July 2, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. at Union South. The event offers networking, professional development, learning from women leaders, and sharing of best practices. In addition to the keynote address, there will be 28 breakout sessions on topics related to relationship building, well-being, building influence, career management, workplace skills, and engagement, inclusion and diversity. The event is open to anyone interested in women's advancement. The conference fee is $75 for UW–Madison faculty, staff, and students. Please register by Friday, June 21.
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Annual Conference Focuses on Technology and Cybersecurity

Lockdown 2019, a conference for cybersecurity and information technology professionals, is now accepting registrations. The event will take place Wednesday, July 17, 7 a.m.–4:45 p.m. at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison. The conference keynotes and concurrent sessions will address both the technical and strategic nature of cybersecurity. Full-day conference tickets are $210 for general admission and $100 for students. A new half-day track, Cybersecurity Basics, is offered for $90. The conference is sponsored by the Office of Cybersecurity at UW–Madison.
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