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Patrick Remington, professor of population health sciences and associate dean in the School of Medicine and Public Health, participates in a group discussion while teaching an honors seminar in Van Hise Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Feb. 19, 2019. Remington is one of ten 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award recipients.

Employee News

March 4, 2021

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Attend a Title and Total Compensation Project Forum

UW–Madison employees are invited to attend upcoming informational forums about the Title and Total Compensation Project (TTC). Attendees will learn how the project will benefit individual careers and the university. Project updates will be shared. Sessions will be held at various locations around campus on Tuesday, April 16, Wednesday, April 17, and Tuesday, April 23. The sessions on April 17 (late night) and April 23 (daytime) will be facilitated in English, Spanish, Hmong, Nepalese, Mandarin, and Tibetan. Advance registration is not required. For details, visit go.wisc.edu/at7k45.
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Registration Open for Information and Technology Leadership Conference

The Sixth Annual Information and Technology Leadership Conference will take place on Tuesday, April 9 from 8 a.m.–4 p.m. at Union South. The conference theme is “From Hindsight to Foresight: Leading Holistically in a Data-Enabled Institution.” The keynote and breakout sessions will focus on how higher education leaders at all levels can use data to transform their organizations, create, coach, and grow. The conference fee of $50 includes breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. The deadline to register is Tuesday, April 2.
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Become a Badger Well-Being Champion

UW–Madison Employee Wellness is inviting staff and faculty members to serve as Badger Well-Being Champions. Volunteers who join the Well-Being Champion Network will help create a culture of well-being in their work units. Champions will work with UW–Madison Employee Wellness to support employee health and well-being and help achieve their work unit’s goals. Individual volunteers and departments will be recognized for their efforts. Well-Being Champions agree to serve a one-year term and commit approximately one to two hours per month to the initiative.
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Summer Camps Offer Fun with Chemistry

Registration is now open for Fun with Chemistry summer camps, offered by the Institute for Chemical Education at UW–Madison. Four week-long sessions are offered in the afternoons starting June 17.  The camps focus on chemistry, invention, forensic science, and engineering. Campers entering grades 5 through 8 get hands-on experience with a variety of experiments in the lab. Pick-up and drop-off are at the Chemistry Building, 1101 University Ave. The cost is $230 per week, with partial scholarships available for those with financial need. Please contact Jack McCann at chemcamps@chem.wisc.edu with any questions.
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