New ideas on the CUSP!
Approved submissions to the 2014 CUSP program are now posted and can be viewed under the 2014 CUSP Submissions header. More ideas are still flowing in, so check for updates in the days and weeks to come. We'll be accepting submissions through April 30, 2014. We welcome your new ideas (subject to review) and we encourage you to look over both our new submissions and our submission archive to find ideas that may work for you or your organization. If you see something you like, please add a comment and let us know. Your participation is crucial to the success of this program!
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Description: The University of Colorado Continuing Professional Education Program for Certified Public Accountants (CU CPE for CPAs) is a National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) sponsored provider of Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Because all instructors are non-professional instructors, … Continue reading
Description: The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, coordinates a committee of 20 faculty members from a variety of academic areas who meet monthly to review Research Professor Nominations, as well as Graduate … Continue reading
Description: There is a business process between the financial aid and student financials office that is called “stop lift;” this process allows the aid office to request a temporary lift of a hold on a student’s account to allow the … Continue reading
Description: In 2013, I was promoted by the leadership team in Career Services to a new role, Program Manager for International Employment, to help CU progress in the internationalization goals identified in Flagship 2030. In this role, I serve both … Continue reading
Description: Before I came to the Facilities Department two years ago, this campus did not have an events management system, nor did we have a place where folks could go to understand how to schedule various aspects of events on … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: The Department of Neurology at the Anschutz Medical Campus, like many other School of Medicine departments, has seen incredible growth in clinical and grant revenue over the last several years, requiring the hire of 9 additional faculty and the … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: The PSAM Reconciling tool was created using Microsoft Access and is a database used to reconcile data between the PeopleSoft Asset Management (PSAM) module and the PeopleSoft General Ledger (GL). The reconciliation includes the analysis of asset cost, accumulated … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: The project team, comprised of two employees from the Arts and Sciences Budget Office and one from the Arts and Sciences IT department, collaborated to create 5 “portal zones” in the Arts and Sciences portal. These portal zones are … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: Robert Dixon and his small IT staff are in the department of Housing and Dining Services. 14 Years ago there were two databases and 150 computers. Now there are 177 databases, of which 25 are critical business database systems, … Continue reading