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Dear Staff, 

The UK Staff Senate is sponsoring a “Get to Know Tim Tracy-UK Provost” brown bag lunch, Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at The 90 (the new dining facility located at the corner of Hilltop and University Drive), Room 202, at 12-1 p.m.   Desserts and beverages will be provided.    

Speaking of brown bag luncheons, the A&S lunches for this month are scheduled for Tuesday, March 22, 12-1 p.m., in POT 1245 and Thursday, March 24, 12-1 p.m., in CP 179.  A UK Health and Wellness representative will be talking about “Stress Relief”.  Everyone is encouraged to attend.  Bring your lunch and a friend. 

This year UK will select 10-15 finalists to compete for Student Employee of the Year.  Each finalist and their nominating supervisor will be recognized at an award ceremony on April 13.  Nomination forms for the 2015-2016 UK HR Student Employee of the Year are at the following link:  http://www.uky.edu/hr-apps/forms/student-employee-year-nomination-form.   Forms are due by Friday, March 18.  Students must meet the following criteria in order to be nominated:

1.  Students must currently be work-study or hourly student employees at UK.

Brad's Blurb

Dear Staff,

If you missed Tuesday’s brown bag luncheon, you can still attend the second offering on Friday, Feb 26, 12:00 pm in Slone Building, Room 104B.  The topic is Strength Training: The Ins and Outs.   Ryan Mason, a UK PhD student in Exercise Physiology is leading the discussion. 

Enrollment Management & Decision Support

What We Do

The Enrollment Management & Decision Support Team is responsible for recruitment, retention, course scheduling, graduation certification and data analysis for the college.  We find the students to put  in seats, make sure they have the right seats, provide support to help them progress, and then certify graduation.  All along the way, we provide data analysis for the dean, associate deans, and departments to make sure we are providing the best services to our students. 

Who Are We?

Will Bickers--Recruitment, Retention, Student Ambassador Program

Nick Brooks--Business Analytics Development

 

Kari Burchfield--Course Scheduling

Meet Tina Hagee

 

 

Tina Hagee
Department Manager
History

 

I was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica along with 5 other siblings.  I moved to the US to attend college where I met my husband and moved to Lexington where I’ve lived for almost 35 years! Can’t think of any other place to live other than maybe the beachfront in Jamaica!   I was blessed with two wonderful children, and am now a beaming grandma of identical twin girls!       

 

1.         What do you like to do in your spare time?

Brad's Blurb

Dear A&S Staff,

The College is hosting a Fred Pryor leadership seminar on Friday, 1 April, 2016.  The seminar is titled:  Leadership, Team Building, and Coaching.  This is an all-day seminar from 8:30am to 5:00pm.  Lunch is “on your own”, however coffee and water will be provided.  If you are interested please email me to reserve a spot.  Space is limited to 25 participants. 

Don’t forget to check out one of two upcoming February brown bag lunches.  Ryan Mason, a UK graduate student will be leading two sessions titled Strength Training: the Ins and Outs, on Tuesday, February 23rd, 12 pm, in POT 745 and Friday, February 26th, 12 pm, in 104B Slone Building. 

Financial counseling is a free voluntary service for UK employees intended for anyone who is interested in gaining greater control over their finances.  UK employees can schedule up to five sessions per fiscal year.  For more information go to http://www.uky.edu/hr/benefits/financial-well-being/financial-counseling.  

Tech Tips from the Hive

We've received a number of requests lately asking for assistance with dealing with SPAM. It seems that there has been a recent uptick in the number of spam messages showing up in all of our inboxes (IT staff included) so it seems like this is a great topic for this installment of tech tips.

This time around we're going to combine two tech tips into one. UKAT has a method by which they prefer SPAM emails be forwarded to them which allows them to very easily block more instances and cut back on the number of possible phishing attacks on campus. We've created a tutorial that shows you how to get this information to them in the correct format. This also gives us an opportunity to show you a really quick and easy way to do this using Outlook quick steps. If you've never used Outlook quick steps they can be a really quick and easy way to automate repetitive tasks that we all do in Outlook every day. We've created a tutorial that helps you create an Outlook quick step to report SPAM to UKIT. Check out this link for the tutorial: https://www.as.uky.edu/tutorials/create-outlook-quick-step-report-spam

Brad's Blurb

Brad’s Blurb

UK Staff Appreciation Day is May 26, from 11am-2pm at the Seaton Center Gymnasium and Pieratt Field.  The event is sponsored by the Office of the President, coordinated by the Staff Senate, and brought to you by the Appreciation Day Commission.  As in past years, there will be free food, live music, exhibits, t-shirts, etc., and all for free.  This year, staff members are encouraged to submit a design for the event t-shirt to Trisha Clement at tclem2@uky.edu by February 15.  Designs should be two colors maximum and suitable for either a light or dark background.  The winning design submission selected by the Commission will receive a prize.   If you have any ideas or suggestions for future events, please send them to the commission at the following link:  https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cN14LOX2Utqggrr.  For more information, contact the Office of Staff Senate Office Coordinator Holly Clark at hclark@uky.edu or the Appreciation Day Commission Chairs, Misty Dotson at misty.dotson@uky.edu and Orvis Kean at orvis.kean@uky.edu.

Hive Creative Team

 

 

What do we do?

In short, we do anything and everything deemed “creative.” Our team is comprised of areas that focus on: Design and Art, Communications/Marketing, Video Production, Social Media, Photography and Audio Production. We assist with many of the projects/initiatives in the college such as international and domestic recruitment, LLP marketing, ASB promotion/development, alumni communications, event promotions and supporting materials, getting the word out about faculty, staff and student accomplishments, podcast series, building and digital signage, and much, much more. 

 

Hive Creative Team

Here's a little introduction to the Hive Creative Team!

What we do?

In short, we do anything and everything deemed “creative.” Our team is comprised of areas that focus on: Design and Art, Communications/Marketing, Video Production, Social Media, Photography and Audio Production. We assist with many of the projects/initiatives in the college such as international and domestic recruitment, LLP marketing, ASB promotion/development, alumni communications, event promotions and supporting materials, getting the word out about faculty, staff and student accomplishments, podcast series, building and digital signage, and much, much more. 

How we do it – Behind the Scenes

Here is a look behind the scenes at some color breakdowns and a timeline from our video team. A lot of time goes into editing video, audio and photographs, as well as beginning a new design or modifying an exisitng design. We brainstorm a lot, toss around ideas and have worked to create an open atmosphere that fosters creativity (you can see pictures of the creative space below). 

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