Countdown to the Finale!
The 2014 CUSP program ends at midnight on April 30th. New submissions have just been posted, so take a moment to check them out. Congratulations if your idea is among them! But remember - CUSP is not just about the here and now. Don't forget to check out CUSP submissions from previous years under the "Past Submissions" header. We have some great ideas out there, but it's up to you to put them to good use. Take one (idea) and pass it along!
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Category Archives: Communications & Technology
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
DESCRIPTION: In the fall of 2011 the College of Arts & Sciences made the decision to migrate the departments that were supported by the Financial Service Centers to the newly introduced MyLeave time collection solution that CU System was … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: This submission describes a specialized peer group on the Boulder campus. The Research Administrators Meetings (RAM) is an informal group of employees who have come together to discuss relevant and timely issues related to administering sponsored research projects and … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: This form was created to allow students to schedule their capstone presentations online; it notifies the coordinators of the capstone program when a presentation is scheduled, and identifies any media needs the student may have. HOW DOES THIS IMPACT THE UNIVERSITY? … Continue reading