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UWL Students in the early fall Semester 11/8/2021 Title and Total Compensation Update Posted 7:39 a.m. Monday, Nov. 8, 2021 While the Title and Total Compensation Project, (TTC), was implemented with an effective date of November 7, 2021, many employees may not see changes in Human Resources Information System (HRS) or other databases regarding their title until late in the week of November 8, 2021.  UW System advises they continue to update information in the HRS and expect this work to be completed by week’s end. Read more about 11/8/2021 Title and Total Compensation Update Fall Holiday Image 2021 Winter Holiday Schedule Posted 6:56 a.m. Friday, Nov. 5, 2021 Annually, Human Resources provides notice of the upcoming winter holidays.  Please find included in this post, information related to the 2021 Winter holiday schedule. Read more about 2021 Winter Holiday Schedule Fall around UWL Banking Unused Vacation (University Staff) Posted 7:41 a.m. Friday, Nov. 5, 2021 The option to bank vacation hours is offered in the fall of each year. Employees may elect to bank leave only within the annual election period. If an employee fails to meet the deadlines, the vacation will be treated as though the options were not available.  Read more about Banking Unused Vacation (University Staff) Winter Weather Inclement Weather Information Posted 6:55 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021 As the winter months approach, HR is reminding employees about our Inclement Weather Plan. Read more about Inclement Weather Information Fall around UWL Deadlines for using the December 25, 2021 Legal Holiday Posted 7:08 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021 Saturday, December 25, 2021 (Christmas Day) is a floating legal holiday which employees may use in accordance with UW System policy. Read more about Deadlines for using the December 25, 2021 Legal Holiday UWL Online Computer NOTICE - Annual Benefits Enrollment September 27–October 22, 2021 Posted 2:02 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 Mark your calendar for the Annual Benefits Enrollment (ABE) period, September 27–October 22, 2021. This is your annual opportunity to enroll in or make changes to most of your benefits unless you have a qualifying life event. Changes made during ABE are effective January 1, 2022. Read more about NOTICE - Annual Benefits Enrollment September 27–October 22, 2021 Wittich Hall Notice of Internal Job Posting (Dean's Assistant in CBA) Posted 8:40 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 On September 10, 2021 UWL Human Resources Announced the opening internal recruitment for the Dean's Assistant in the College of Business Administration. Read more about Notice of Internal Job Posting (Dean's Assistant in CBA) UWL Circle [UPDATED TIMELINE] TTC Preliminary Titles sent to Employees Posted 9:21 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30, 2021 Employees whose titles will change due to the Title and Total Compensation Project can expect an email with their preliminary mapping by 9/3/2021. Read more about [UPDATED TIMELINE] TTC Preliminary Titles sent to Employees UWL Computer IAS Promotion Data available on 9/3/21 Posted 7:57 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30, 2021 Notice of IAS Career Data, (Promotion data), will be available online on September 3, 2021. Read more about IAS Promotion Data available on 9/3/21 UWL Computer [REMINDER] Faculty Career Data Available Online Posted 7:47 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30, 2021 Notice of Faculty Career Data, (Tenure, SOE affiliation, Post Tenure Review, Promotion, and Retention), now available online. Read more about [REMINDER] Faculty Career Data Available Online

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Gerardo Aponte-Safe

Gerardo Aponte-Safe, Educational Studies, co-authored the article "Aspiring nepantleras: Conceptualizing social studies education from the rupture/la herida abierta" in Theory and Research in Social Education published on Jan. 14 by Taylor and Francis. This article engages Gloria Anzaldúa’s concepts of nepantla and nepantleras as a conceptual framework for social studies classrooms that is attuned to the lived experiences of border-crossing—living in- between national, ethnic, racial, and gender worlds—and the grietas y rajaduras (cracks and ruptures) of dominant narratives of colonialism, whiteness, and heteropatriarchy.

Submitted on: Jan. 21

Markus Mika

Markus Mika, Biology, co-authored the article "Niche dynamics suggest ecological factors influencing migration in an insectivorous owl" in Ecology and was accepted for publication by the Ecological Society of America. The study tested migration hypotheses based on ecological variables estimated from winter locations of GPS-tracked Flammulated Owls.

Submitted on: Jan. 19