TRAX-Union Shuttle route up and running
February Academic Senate meeting announced
Sidewalk safety reminder
Nominate an outstanding academic advisor
National radon awareness month
Distinguished Innovation and Impact Award 2018 deadline extended
Financial Aid Priority Date approaches
Global Learning Across the Disciplines grant pre-proposals requested
Beehive Honor Society now accepting applications
Alta Sustainability Leadership Award nominations due by Jan. 31, 2018
Intramural sports spring registration continues
The Union-TRAX route, completed in January of 2018, bisects campus from north to south and links the Business Loop roadway to the Union Building, providing faster service between these two major campus destinations. The electric shuttle will operate on this route from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. every weekday and is carefully timed to arrive shortly after trains arrive at the South Campus Drive TRAX station.
Commuters can follow the electric shuttle route on Commuter Services’ live shuttle tracker, noting its mauve-colored path.
For additional information, please visit the Commuter Services website or call 801-581-6415.
- New graduate certificate in statistics
- Two new minors in information systems (School of Business) and games (Entertainment Arts & Engineering)
- An update on the implementation of the tobacco-free rule
The meeting will be in the Moot Courtroom (6th floor) of the College of Law. Meetings are open to the public.
The agenda will be posted approximately one week before here.
The policy applies to non-motorized riding devices, such as bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, rollerblades and scooters, but does not include wheelchairs or strollers.
The policy enforces a 10-mph speed limit for all motorized and non-motorized vehicles, prohibits skateboarders from riding in parking lots or roadways, requires riders to yield to pedestrians, bans non-motorized vehicles from stairways, grass, benches, etc., among other precautionary measures.
The university’s policy for non-motorized riding devices is available here.
The awards recognize U of U academic advisors who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding advising of students such as:
- Approaches advising as teaching
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Available to advisees
- Reaches out and supports underserved populations
- Makes appropriate referrals
- Uses and disseminates appropriate information sources
- Caring, helpful attitude toward advisees, faculty, and staff
- Works with students outside of office in formal University-related activities
- Monitors advisee progress toward academic and career goals
- Mastery of institutional regulations, policies, and procedures
- Participates in and supports advisor development programs
- Proactive; builds relationships with advisees and follows up
- Practices developmental advising
It only takes a few moments to complete the nomination process. Click here to nominate your favorite advisor.
Additional questions can be addressed to Nicole O’Shea (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Michelle Brooks (email@example.com). Consider recognizing an outstanding advisor at the U by submitting a nomination today.
Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk from radon.
Click here for more information.
Here’s some helpful FAFSA hints:
- Use school code 003675 on the FAFSA
- Utilize the Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) in the application. It will securely transfer your federal tax information from the IRS to the FAFSA.
- After submitting your FAFSA, consistently check your UMail account and financial aid status in CIS. The University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (UOSFA) may require additional information. Not following up on requests in a timely manner will delay your financial aid award letter.
- Financial aid award letters for 2018-19 are expected to be available in late March-early April.
- Financial aid is available for the 2018 spring and summer semesters. Students will need to complete the 2017-18 FAFSA. The separate summer application will be available on the UOSFA website in the next few months.
The University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is here to help you. If you need assistance completing the FAFSA, have financial aid or scholarship questions, visit our website.
Instructions and background information for the pre-proposals can be found here. Please carefully review the purpose of the GLAD Grants and the instructions. If you have any questions or would like to receive feedback on your proposal idea, please contact Sabine Klahr, acting chief global officer, at 7-8888 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEADLINE: Feb. 9.
The application is due Feb. 12 and can be found here.
The application deadline is Jan. 31, 2018.
The awards will be presented on Feb. 15, 2018, at the Environment and Sustainability Research Symposium.
For more information on applying, or to nominate yourself or a colleague, click here.