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Gay Thomas, administration program specialist in the School of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, holds a focus-group meeting in Signe Skott Cooper Hall on March 28, 2018. Thomas is a recipient of a 2018 Academic Staff Excellence Award.

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May 6, 2021

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Thrive@UW–Madison Courses Now Available

Registration is now open for Thrive@UW–Madison courses for the late summer and fall. These courses help individuals develop their skills in areas such as building trusting relationships at work, active listening, expanding self-knowledge, thriving at times of change, and exploring creativity and innovation. Participants can also learn how they can contribute to an inclusive work environment. The courses are available at no cost to UW–Madison employees. To register, visit go.wisc.edu/u91p02.
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Registration for Blend@UW Summer Sessions Ends Soon

Instructors have until July 3, 2019, to register for the July 15–19 or August 19–23 session of Blend@UW. Each session lasts a week and meets daily from 8 a.m. to noon. Participants receive help in blending their courses as they develop a course map that includes activities, delivery format, technology to be leveraged, and assessment models.
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Scheduled Outage Part of SIS Upgrade

UW–Madison is upgrading the Student Information System (SIS), the complex software system that manages data regarding course curricula and student records. As part of the upgrade, SIS will not be available from June 28 at 4 p.m. to July 8 at 8 a.m. Users, including instructors, departmental staff, and students, will not be able to access SIS during this period. SIS-dependent systems will also be unavailable or not updated during this outage. The upgraded version will be available starting Monday, July 8 at 8 a.m.
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Tips for Using MFA-Duo When Traveling

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) allows UW–Madison employees to verify their identity when logging in with a NetID and passcode. MFA-Duo users can request a single-use passcode when they do not have cellular or wireless (Wi-Fi) service by using the Duo Mobile app. Install the Duo app on your smartphone ahead of time. To authenticate your identity, open the Duo app and tap anywhere on the UW–Madison NetID login screen. This generates a six-digit temporary passcode, which can be entered in the Duo Device Management portal to complete the authentication process. You can also use a token/fob to obtain a passcode while traveling. For more information about using MFA-Duo, visit the KnowledgeBase online at kb.wisc.edu/mfa.
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Working at UW on Holiday Break

The next issue of Working at UW will be published on Wednesday, July 10. Enjoy the July 4th holiday!
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