Dec. 28, 2016: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) required for CIS, Canvas, Box and some other UIT services
Spring course materials, made to order
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U’s Personal Money Management Center named Outstanding Educational Program by national association
Law school’s McLaughlin appointed to position with the American Law Institute
U law student selected for Stanford conference
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Nominate students at the U to be featured in the next edition of “Student Innovation @ the U”
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Winter break hours and library closure dates
Hinckley Journal of Politics accepting submissions
Massage therapy expands hours to Saturday and Sunday
Give the gift of wellness: Campus Recreation Services gift certificates now on sale
Personal training sessions at the Student Life Center
Customized holiday gifts by University Print & Mail
U holiday cards
University Teaching Committee awards
Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway presented by America First Credit Union
2FA provides an extra layer of security by requiring a second authentication method—one that isn’t your password—to confirm a user’s identity. The second method is something a user has physical access to, like a cellphone or tablet. This ensures that even if a hacker manages to obtain a user’s login credentials, the information is useless without access to the user’s secondary device.
Further information is online at it.utah.edu/2fa.
If you have questions, please call your IT help desk: Main Campus – UIT Help Desk 801-581-4000 option 1; Hospitals and Clinics – ITS Service Desk 801-587-6000.
In partnership with the University Campus Store, Print & Mail Services offers a variety of course material options and services to help you customize your course instruction. This personalized service allows you to optimize your educational content while effectively managing costs.
Visit Print & Mail Services and click on Course Packets to find information on copyright clearance, royalty collection and accounting, distribution through the Campus Store and in-class sales. Order forms and printing and binding options are also available on the site, as are easy re-order options.
member, fire damage or need for temporary housing. To maximize resources, create a network and strengthen partnerships, these funds are a collaborative effort with various student services across campus. Pools of funding and resources will help students navigate long-term financial goals. Now you can be a part of the network. Your donation will get students back on their feet, so they can continue to pursue their college career.
To contribute, click here.
McLaughlin will work with a team to comprehensively address the laws governing charities and charitable assets in the United States. As part of the project, the group will address legal questions relating to the formation, governance and termination of charities; the duties of governing boards and individual fiduciaries; federal and state regulation of charities; and the laws governing charitable assets and pledges. Other reporters appointed to the project include Marion Fremont Smith, a senior research fellow at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University, and Jill Horwitz, a law professor at the University of California Los Angeles.
The American Law Institute is the leading independent organization in the U.S. producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize and otherwise improve the law. The institute drafts, discusses, revises and publishes restatements of the law, model codes and principles of law that are enormously influential in the courts and legislatures, as well as in legal scholarship and education. By participating in the institute’s work, its distinguished members have the opportunity to influence the development of the law in both existing and emerging areas, to work with other eminent lawyers, judges and academics, to give back to a profession to which they are deeply dedicated and to contribute to the public good.
McLaughlin has been a member of the American Law Institute since 2007.
Motzkus will use the experience in continuing research at the U, where she’ll spend the spring semester researching diversity on corporate boards as part of Professor Jeff Schwartz’s securities law seminar.
Motzkus’ research will potentially be included as part of a working paper series that Stanford’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance will publish related to the diversity issue. Along with Schwartz, Motzkus will work with professor Cathy Hwang on the research portion of the project.
Read more by clicking here.
Hotline reports are regularly investigated, and often assist university leaders to halt improper behavior, address policy violations and resolve other problems. Past reports have been instrumental in correcting issues such as misuse of university resources and unauthorized hiring of relatives.
If you suspect or know of fraud or abuse, report it to management. If you feel unable to communicate your concerns directly to management or another appropriate university department, use the hotline. Provide details—names, dates, times, amounts, circumstances, witnesses, etc. You can even check back and respond to questions from the person investigating your report without divulging your identity.
First-Class mail is stamped and returned to sender. Bulk mail, without an endorsement, is shredded and recycled. The University Directory often has an employee’s home department address, but not the address for their actual physical location, which requires rerouting and additional processing time.
Campus Mail is asking that employees take the time to remove their names and addresses for junk mailers. Visit the Data & Marketing Association’s website to change the types of mail you see by clicking the “Register” button. The best part? You can add multiple addresses such as your home AND work. In about five minutes you can save the U and yourself a lot of time and effort by opting out of receiving junk mail. You can also opt out for those you are a caregiver for, as well as deceased family members.
To provide for those who will require assistance during the three days the library would normally be open (Dec. 27, 28 and 29), they will offer online research assistance from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
To meet the increased demand for library services at the end of the fall semester, the library will offer extended hours Dec. 4-15. During this time, the library will be open until 3 a.m. Sunday –Thursday, and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Click here for complete schedule.
The Uonline Testing Center located in the library will be closed during the break as well. Other library TLT services will continue during the break, but will be moved to Milton Bennion Hall in room 212. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org. This closure includes all groups with locations in the library, including CTLE, TLT, the Writing Center, grant development services and academic advising.
The deadline is Dec. 20. Guidelines for those interested in submitting to the journal can be found here.
For more information, contact the Hinckley Institute at email@example.com.
Our massage therapists are also be available on Saturdays from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and on Sundays from 1:30-5 p.m.
For a list of all the hours, please visit campusrec.utah.edu. To book your session, please call 801-581-8898.
Gift certificates can be used for most things Campus Recreation Services has to offer from Fitness Classes to Outdoor Adventures rentals and trips. Stop by the Eccles Student Life Center Membership Services desk and check off some early holiday shopping.
From water bottles to umbrellas, blankets to tote bags—if you can think of it, Print & Mail can create it and make it personal by adding names, text or departmental logos. Most items take approximately five weeks for production and delivery. For a custom quote, please call 801- 581-6171 or visit printing.utah.edu for more information.
University Print & Mail is an official licensee of the University of Utah and is therefore legally permitted to use and reproduce university-owned trademarks and logos. By supporting official licensees like Print & Mail, you are assured to receive quality products while also supporting student scholarships, athletic programs and other university initiatives.
In addition to holiday card designs, University Print & Mail offers several other styles for fall, along with other special occasion cards such as birthday cards, thank you cards, custom-design cards and personalized stationery.
Both personal and office orders are welcome. To view designs online and place your order, visit printing.utah.edu.
To see criteria and deadlines, click here.
The Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway grand prize includes:
- Samsung 65″ Class 4K Ultra HD TV
- (2) Imperial University of Utah Recliners
- Blakeway framed Rice-Eccles Stadium panorama
- Northwest Utah tapestry woven blanket
- Northwest Utah plush throw blanket
- Northwest Utah rug
- Legacy Utah vintage game poster artwork
- Legacy Utah wall-mount bottle opener
- Legacy Utah serving tray
- Paulson Designs Utah athletic logo canvas art
- Authentic Street Signs “Man Cave” sign
- Dahl large vinyl decal
and more Utah Red Zone merchandise.
Utah fans can enter to win the Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway by going to URedZone.com/FanCaveGiveaway. The lucky winner will be randomly selected at the conclusion of the Utah Football season.
For more information, call or visit Utah Red Zone or the University Campus Store.