Leadership and Organization Development has three exciting training opportunities at the end of July for all supervisors.
During the week of July 23, WVU’s Office of Sustainability will coordinate a large campus-wide effort to collect hardback and paperback books, journals, periodicals, encyclopedias, pamphlets, etc.
A new version of Banner administrative forms (STAR INB) will be available July 23 featuring a more modern appearance, improved searching functions and compatibility with more browsers. STAR, Workflow and Banner Document Management will be unavailable from 10 p.m. Friday (July 20) until 11 p.m. Sunday (July 22) as this upgrade is performed.
Mountaineer Administrative Processes (MAP), Data Miner and MyTime services (Leave Request, Web Clock) will be unavailable 4 p.m. July 27 to 11:55 p.m. July 30 as ITS moves the system from onsite hardware to a cloud environment. The look, feel and functionality of these tools won’t be affected. This migration will, however, help reduce hardware costs and improve overall efficiency of the system.
During the Progressive Era and the Great Depression, the states led the fight against economic challenges. According to new research from West Virginia University, it is likely that the U.S. will once again have to rely on the states to address today’s massive gap between the rich and the poor.
The Sports Medicine/Athletic Training camp is for youth, aged 13-18, who interested in the medical field. The program, August 6, will provide students with an opportunity to learn about common sports medicine topics such as hydration, concussions, injury prevention and musculoskeletal injuries.