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Employee News

March 3, 2024

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WRS annual statement of benefits is available

UW employees covered by the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) in 2016 can view their WRS Annual Statement of Benefits in the My UW portal. Log in to the portal, go to the Benefit Information module and click on the Statement tab. Choose "2016 ETF Annual Statement of Benefits (WRS) Issued 2017" to view or print your statement. The WRS Annual Statement of Benefits provides you with information about your WRS account as of Jan. 1.

Employee Appreciation Ice Cream Social set for May 15

A letter from Chancellor Rebecca Blank to members of the UW-Madison campus community: As we head into this spring season and wind up the semester, I'd like to invite all faculty and staff to gather on Bascom Hill, celebrate the close of another academic year, and sample a little bit of summer. The annual Employee Appreciation Ice Cream Social is set for Monday, May 15, beginning at 1 p.m. on Bascom Hill. We'll serve free ice cream until 2:30 p.m., or until we run out, whichever comes first.  

New policy safeguards capital equipment assets

Effective Jan. 1, 2017, the Accounting Services Property Control Office within the Division of Business Services issued new policy and procedures regarding the acquisition, utilization and disposition of capital equipment at UW-Madison. Training on the new policy and procedures was held in January, February and March 2017 for campus personnel, including department property administrators (DPAs), financial staff and administrative staff. Future trainings will be offered monthly for all personnel involved with capital equipment.
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Rec Sports to offer youth summer camps

This summer, UW Rec Sports is proud to offer a day camp for children ages 4-13. Students, faculty/staff, and community members can register their children to participate in a safe and fun environment. Age-appropriate activities will vary from motor skill development to introduction to basic skills of traditional and non-traditional sports. Weeklong sessions start June 19 and will continue throughout the summer months, with camp officially concluding on Aug. 25. The cost per child is $195 for each session. For more information regarding Summer Camp, please check out our website.
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