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Employee News & Updates

  • Charter Street Construction

    Charter Street may partially reopen 01/31/22. Learn more at transportation.wisc.edu.

  • Chancellor Search Website Available

    Find information on the search for the next UW–Madison chancellor at chancellorsearch.wisc.edu,  Read prospectus, search timeline, and other details for the campus community and stakeholders. The Search and Screen Committee is continuing to hold listening …

  • Electronic W-2s are available online

    Electronic 2021 W-2 Forms are now available online on MyUW at my.wisc.edu. Employees will receive a paper copy of the W-2 Form via U.S. mail postmarked by January 31, 2022. Paper copies are mailed to all …

  • Building closed Monday (1/17)

    Monday (1/17) is Martin Luther King Day, a state holiday. The Department of Chemistry and Physical Plant will be closed. No research should occur in the building complex 1/17 because working during closures and with …

  • Storeroom closed Monday (1/17)

    This upcoming Monday – the 17th of January – is a national holiday for Martin Luther King Day. The Storeroom will be closed. It will reopen at 8 AM on Tuesday, the 18th. Thanks to all! …

  • Building Closed Friday (12/24) & Saturday (12/25)

    No research may occur in the Chemistry complex on Friday (12/24) or Saturday (12/25), as they are state and federal holidays. Because support services will be limited or unavailable, research would pose a safety risk. …

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Opportunities

Research & Teaching Reminders

  • Virtual Discussion Project adds new round of trainings – Apply now

    The Discussion Project Virtual is an online training that supports UW–Madison instructors in creating the conditions for equitable, inclusive and engaging online discussions. The training consists of five, two-hour synchronous sessions in BBCollaborate Ultra, each accompanied …

  • TeachOnline@UW: Plan & Design

    Plan, design, and begin building a quality online course. This immersive and collaborative faculty learning community is an opportunity to make significant progress on developing or redesigning an online course. Learn more >>

  • Design active learning courses with Blend@UW program

    This program supports the Educational Innovation Initiative by helping faculty and instructional staff design blended courses that foster deeper, more active learning for students. Week-long series of half-day sessions are offered between semesters. These intensive series are …

  • Free leftover textbooks (while supplies last)

    The undergraduate office has been collecting numerous textbooks of which we have no need for anymore since transitioning to an “open education resource” online model.  We have already donated some textbooks to various organizations around …

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