University leaders will share updates on a variety of topics, including:
Next steps in planning for fall semester Preview of guidance for eventual return to WSU work locations The University’s 10 percent budget cutting exercise Update on resuming research activities
Kirk Schulz, WSU President Bryan Slinker, Interim Provost and Executive Vice President Stacy Pearson, Vice President for Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer Theresa Elliot-Cheslek, Vice President and … » More …
Human Resource Services has scheduled online information sessions intended to provide resources for employees and managers regarding leave and alternate work options available during the current emerging novel coronavirus environment.
Facilities Operations will begin parking lot maintenance in the Green 3 (south side of HERB) and Orange 2 (across from Nursing) lots for slurry coating.
These lots will be closed May 22 – 24 and then again May 28 – June 8. This second closure is to allow the slurry top coating to cure and solidify. Closures may be extended based on slurry cure quality. These lots will also be re-striped.
“He who would have nothing to do with thorns must never attempt to gather roses.”
Each week our Healthy Work Culture committee will offer a thought for the day, and information about upcoming events. If you have something to contribute, please send them to Mike Lynch, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Distance Delivery Mastery Certificate provides an opportunity for instructors to gain competence in all aspects critical to fostering student success in the distance delivery environment. Through workshops, and the support of Academic Outreach and Innovation (AOI), instructors will gain the knowledge and tools needed to successfully adapt their teaching style to the distance environment.
Earning this certificate allows instructors to build confidence and comfort in the distance environment thereby enriching their teaching, promoting student success, and documenting professional development.
We will discuss the certificate in more detail at all workshops. » Learn more
There has been some interest in reestablishing the College of Nursing Healthy Work Culture group/committee. To jumpstart this effort, a small group of staff and faculty developed an initial survey to collect your feedback on this matter. Wait– don’t go anywhere! The survey only takes about 2 minutes to complete. We want to know what a healthy work culture means to you, your ideas and priorities for the group, and anticipated involvement. Participating in the survey does not mean that you are obligated to participate in the Healthy Work Culture group.
We greatly appreciate your input on this matter as we continue to navigate … » More …
If you would like to contribute toward a retirement gift for Renee Hoeksel, Nancy Oberst, Laura Hahn, and Linda Rahn, Addy and I are collecting contributions via PayPal and Venmo. We will purchase a gift for each and it will included with their memory card/book. Please submit your contribution no later than Friday, May 15.
To send to PayPal, you can send to Addy at: email@example.com To send to Venmo, you can send to my account: @Sarah-Schaub-3.
If PayPal or Venmo is not an option for you, you are welcome to mail a check to Addy Hatch or Sarah Schaub at … » More …
On May 1, 2020, Governor Inslee announced a four-phased approach to reopening the state. The Stay Home Stay Healthy order remains in place through May 31, 2020. All employees who can telework without hampering essential operations must continue to do so.
This information is intended for planning and preparing purposes. Formal guidance will be provided and the information below modified in accordance with directives from the Governor.
The following is for general office workspaces. Labs and other specialized work locations requiring specific Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and procedures should refer to Environmental Health and Safety for guidance. » continue reading all … » More …