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The 2014 CUSP program period is offically over, but its genius lives on. Want to read about holding more effective meetings with Google Hangout? Check out the 2014 CUSP submissions! Interested in international career opportunities? See what the ICAT Team has to offer. We're sharing great ideas on everything from the streamlining of expense reporting and other business processes to tracking graduate students and (gulp!) managing residence life. From this year and past years, we share a multitude of great ideas.
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Category Archives: 2014 CUSP Submissions
Description: As the University’s research engine, Research Administration manages the lifecycle of a project. Staff members work in close collaboration with principal investigators and department administrators to develop and submit proposals, accept awards, provide fiscal oversight, manage billings and collections, … Continue reading
Description: I created a pdf of the Residence Life Professional Staff Duty Handbook (for the Boulder campus) via my @colorado.edu Google Drive account, and then shared it with all the professional staff. Additionally, I wrote an instruction manual for using … Continue reading
Description: Our team began using Google Hangout flash meetings in January 2014, and it has been an extremely successful and popular solution to our team meeting challenges. Using Google Calendar (available on the Boulder campus), we created a repeating event … Continue reading
Description: Previously, HRMS PeopleSoft access was requested using a very complicated form. This form was somewhat confusing for many employees, as it presented an array of options for all levels of HR access, requiring users to weed through information that … Continue reading
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