UNIVERSITY TEACHING GRANTS APPLICATION DUE
STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARDS
ONLINE GRADUATION APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINE FOR SUMMER 2016 CANDIDATES EXTENDED
U STAFF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR SUMMER 2016 SEMESTER
JOIN THE UU STAFF COUNCIL
6-WEEK STRESS COURSE FOR TEENS
CRIMSON CLUB ATHLETIC FUND KICKS OFF U BE COUNTED CAMPAIGN
Awards are made for amounts up to $3,500 for individuals and $7,000 for groups for items such as equipment, supplies or travel where appropriate (see website for detailed instructions).
The deadline for applications is now March 11.
Nomination information for the traditional awards is now available at the Student Leadership & Involvement website. Nominations are due by Friday, March 11, at 5 p.m. via email to Student Leadership & Involvement. For more information on the awards and how your office and area can participate, please contact Jeff Furlong.
For more information see: Registrar.utah.edu/graduation/.
Each scholarship is worth up to $500 and can be used towards the employee’s tuition bill. Scholarships can be used towards professional trainings, symposiums, conferences or workshops and their associated expenses.
The committee will process the scholarship applications in the most fair and judicious manner to benefit the employee, according to the procedures directed by the University of Utah policy. UUSC is an equal opportunity provider.
Qualified applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Currently working at 75 percent or above Full Time Equivalency (FTE) position (30-40 hours per week).
- Maintained 75 percent or greater Full Time Equivalency (FTE) in a benefits eligible position for two consecutive years as of Feb. 29, 2016.
- Have not received a Staff Council Scholarship within the past two years.
*Current Staff Council Members are not eligible.
Click Here to apply.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on April 15, 2016 and incomplete applications will not be considered.
- Awarded 13 scholarships at $500 each (summer, fall and spring)
- Members participated in the District and Staff Excellence Award selections
- Sponsored several events for staff including Shred Day where staff were able to shred personal documents and dispose personal eWaste at no charge, U-Nights at Real Salt Lake, Utah Grizzlies discount tickets and Salt Lake Bees discounted tickets
- Members actively represent staff interests on several committees across campus
- Members participated in the legislative process as advocates for staff of the U
- Staff Council continues to co-sponsorship Employee Appreciation Day
If you are interested in making a difference here at the U by participating on Staff Council, submit an application before 5 p.m., April 15, 2016. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
For detailed information and qualifications for being a part of the University of Utah Staff Council, please visit: Staffcouncil.utah.edu.
Please contact Emily at email@example.com or 760-420-6878 to sign up for the course.
If you are a professor or mental health professional, please note this course is appropriate for teens in middle or high school who are dealing with stress.
Silverman, head of Preservation at the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library since 1993, has worked in the field of book conservation for 38 years. He holds a masters degree in Library Science from BYU and teaches preservation as an adjunct faculty member for Emporia State University, Dominican University and the University of Arizona. He is a founding member of the Western States and Territories Preservation Assistance Service (2007) and teaches disaster preparedness workshops throughout Arizona, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. He has 86 professional publications, has been involved in disaster recovery since 1986 (including Hurricane Katrina) and has presented professional lectures and workshops in 27 states and 11 countries outside the U.S. In 2013 he received the American Library Association’s Banks Harris Award for “outstanding achievement in the field of preservation” and was given a Fulbright Specialists award in 2014 to begin helping the National Library of Uzbekistan improve its preservation standards.
The CCAF is trying to reach every fan that has a passion for Utah Athletics. If you want to support Utah student-athletes or increase your financial pledge, know that any donation is providing the needed resources to be competitive in the Pac-12 and nationally. The funds raised in the U Be Counted campaign is critical in providing the operating budgets within athletic department.
“The cornerstone of the campaign is to demonstrate the many ways in which people can help support Utah’s student-athletes,” Associate Athletics Director for External Relations Ann Argust said. “The ‘U Be Counted’ membership drive will raise awareness of where Athletics needs addition funds – from tuition, housing, travel, recruiting, uniforms, medical care and the new full cost of attendance, just to name a few. Any donation helps our student-athletes and department grow and become more successful.”
When you give to the Crimson Club Athletic Fund, you are directly helping provide the ultimate experience for over 400 student-athletes. There are a variety of ways to give to the Crimson Club Athletic Fund. If you have any additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your account representative at 801-585-UTES.