Davis Productivity Awards nomination
The Davis Productivity Awards, an annual program honoring state government employees throughout Florida who have significantly increased productivity in delivering state services and products, has announced a call for nominations. The deadline for UF nominations has been extended to Monday, October 16, 2006, at 5 p.m.
Download a nomination form
the Office of Human Resource Services, Training and Organizational Development, at 392-4626 (SC 622-4626) or email@example.com.
All nomination forms must be submitted to the attention of Amanda Moore in Training and Organizational Development, Office of Human Resource Services, P.O. Box 115006, by 5 p.m. on October 16.
goGatorNation.com looking for contest submissions
Visitors to goGatorNation.com are encouraged to upload photos and videos
modeled after the "Go... " television commercial.
Submissions should emphasize academics (focus on the career highlights, scientific advancements, interesting travel or hobbies, etc., of Gators).
Four lucky winners will have their submissions displayed on the GatorVision jumbotron screen at the January 31, 2007, basketball game. Winners will also win a pair of basketball tickets.
Entrants may be employees, students, alumni, or anyone who wants to affiliate with the Gator Nation.
LifePlans Series offers two informative sessions in October
October 17: Social Security and Medicare Seminar (GET598)
October 24: Fundamentals of Retirement Income Planning (GET136)
Employees may go to the HRS web site for a complete list of LifePlans programs and to register.
Get in the know with InsideUF
InsideUF is your campus news source where you can keep your finger on the pulse of The Gator Nation. Now it's just one click away. Look for InsideUF online daily or weekly in the Independent Florida Alligator.
Send submissions for publication consideration in InsideUF to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UF IT Orientation - October 19
Information Technology Orientation for new University of Florida employees is designed to give those attending an overview of services available to UF IT employees. The sessions often become a place for lively discussion among both new and not-so-new employees who come to see what’s new in the IT world.
What: UF IT Orientation
Where: CITT, 2215 Turlington Hall
When: Thursday, October 19, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
How: Register online today!
A reminder about copyright violations
The University of Florida IT Security Team wants to raise your awareness about copyright violations. Sharing copyrighted material, including music, movies, software and some intellectual property, without authorization is illegal. It is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998 and other state and federal laws. UF policies support legislation by prohibiting copyright violations. In addition to legal penalties, faculty, staff, and students who violate copyright law may face UF disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. With your help, we hope to prevent copyright violations at UF.
For a comprehensive document on copyright, visit the University’s General Counsel FAQs page about copyright. For information about UF’s piracy campaign, visit this web site. For more information on safe computing, please go to this web site.
Be prepared: Register your emergency contact information with the DMV
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles now offers online registration of emergency contact information.
If you are ever injured in an accident and unable to speak, an officer can input your driver's license number into a computer and, if you have registered, your emergency contact information, will be able to access your information
Accessing this information at an accident site will help save time if you are seriously injured by being able to contact someone who can make decisions about your care. If you live by yourself, have teenagers that drive, or have elderly parents or relatives who are still driving, this could be a life-saving program.
The process is quick and easy. Registrants are allowed to enter two emergency contacts. Only those with a Florida driver's license or a Florida I.D. card can register.