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Tonia Pittman, assistant director of University Housing Residence Halls Facilities, is pictured in her office at Turner House at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on March 20, 2018. Pittman is one of eight recipients of a 2018 University Staff Recognition Award.

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January 28, 2023

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First Round Parking Applications Due Friday

Parking applications for parking year 2019–20 (Sept. 1, 2019–Aug. 31, 2020) are open through June 7. Parking offers for those who submit an application by June 7 will be sent throughout the week of July 15. Other rounds of applications will be open later this summer (mid-July and August) for those who miss the first application deadline. Bus passes, motorcycle and moped permits, and afternoon and night parking permits for 2019–20 are available starting August 1.
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Precollege Program Policy Updated and Enhanced

The university has updated its policy regarding minors (youth under the age of 18) participating in programs and activities under the auspices of UW–Madison. The enhanced policy and procedures will help ensure the health and safety of all minors who participate in academic programs, summer camps, sports clinics, and other activities. Campus information and additional resources can be found on the new UW Precollege Compliance website. Compliance training and professional development are offered for youth programming professionals. The updates and enhancements were developed by the Office of Precollege & Youth Program Compliance (OPYPC), which also coordinates the work of the Precollege Council.
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Deadline Approaching for Research Professionals Conference

Registration is open through this Friday, June 7 for the Research Professionals Conference. The event will take place Tuesday, June 18, 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. at Cooper Hall. This free conference serves the professional development needs of UW–Madison research staff who work as laboratory technicians or laboratory managers. The keynote presentation, “Citizen Science Gives Science Public Meaning,” will be presented by Jessica Ross and Susan Carpenter of the UW Arboretum. Sixteen breakout sessions will offer information on personal skill development, career development, resources/tools, and communication.
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Lunchtime Wellness in the Garden

Allen Centennial Garden is hosting Lunchtime Wellness every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October 2. The program provides free, nature-based wellness activities during the lunch hour, encouraging members of the UW–Madison community to venture outside. Activities will include making lip balm, flower pounding, meditation, dogs on call, plant propagation, and more. A complete calendar of events is available online.
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