If you walk through 150 Williamson Hall this week, you’ll see a new work area in the back corner where a conference table used to sit. This is the new home of the Identity Management (IdM) project and its PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) consultants. Click here for more information.
New Program Director search announced
On August 9, 2013, the ESUP Executive Oversight Committee announced the posting for a new Program Director position. Since this is a substantial organizational change, ESUP Change Management and Communications team pulled together a few questions for the executives. The following Q&A is based on discussions with Robert Elde, Dean of the College of Biological Sciences, and Kathryn Brown, Vice President of Human Resources. Click here to read the Q&A.
Reporting staff unveil student reporting prototypes
Recently, staff from the ESUP Reporting and Data Management (RDM) Team created several reporting prototypes and are now sharing them with multiple stakeholder groups to find the best solution that will meet their reporting needs. Click here for more information.
Quick hits and reminders from across the work streams
- The HRMS work stream has scheduled a second collaboration session with the Finance and Reporting and Data Management work streams for Thursday, Sept. 5, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in 101 Walter Library. Attendees will review the proposal for the re-structuring and implementation of appointment data at the core of the HRMS upgrade project. Please attend if you are interested in this important issue!
- Integration Project Director Tim Gagner, Portal Project Director Susan Geller, and other ESUP staff will give presentations and answer questions at the next IDEAA group meeting on August 27 at 1 p.m. in 155 Nicholson Hall.
- The Portal Leadership Team held a retreat on Monday, August 19, to prepare for launching a content governance process for the new portal, and to get ready for a busy fall, including the release of the rough draft of the portal.
- Many Student work teams will not meet over the next two weeks due to the start of fall term. Please go to the ESUP Student calendar for up-to-date information.
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