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UWL Centennial Hall TTC Appeal Information Posted 9:01 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021 Employees who believe their assigned standard job description does not match their current duties may submit a job title appeal. Read more about TTC Appeal Information Students at UWL 11/09/2021 - TTC Update Posted 4:07 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021 Employee Title Confirmation Letters have now been delayed until the week of 11/15/2021. Read more about 11/09/2021 - TTC Update 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 UWSA Logo UWSA TTC Town Hall on the New Salary Structure Posted 7:39 a.m. Monday, Nov. 8, 2021 Join UW System for one of the Salary Structure Virtual Town Hall Meetings to learn more about the updated salary structure. Read more about UWSA TTC Town Hall on the New Salary Structure Fall Scenes around UWL October 29, 2021 - Title and Total Compensation Update Posted 6:51 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021 The Title and Total Compensation Project, (TTC), continues to target November 7, 2021, as its implementation date.  I wanted to provide you with several updates on what affected employees can expect over the next several weeks.  Read more about October 29, 2021 - Title and Total Compensation Update UWL Updated Information on TTC Titles for ADAs Posted 1:43 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021 Over the past several weeks, UWL Human Resources has been engaged in conversations with campus employees and stakeholders regarding the titles of Academic Department Associates, (ADAs).  UWL Human Resources is now mapping ADAs to Administrative Assistant III. Read more about Updated Information on TTC Titles for ADAs UWL at Fall [UPDATE] Title and Total Compensation Project 10/8/2021 Posted 1:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, 2021 On November 7, 2021, academic staff, university staff, and limited appointees will have updated job titles and new, standard position templates which will be used to provide a general overview of the type of work expected from employees holding that assigned title. Read more about [UPDATE] Title and Total Compensation Project 10/8/2021 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 Fields [UPDATE] Title and Total Compensation Project Posted 10:06 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021 Full implementation of the title mapping phase is set for November 7, 2021. Read more about [UPDATE] Title and Total Compensation Project Wittich Hall TTC Update - Titles released for supervisor review Posted 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, 2021 Supervisors now have access to their employee or unit's mapped title information. Read this post to learn how to access and when you will be able to provide feedback. Read more about TTC Update - Titles released for supervisor review

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Peter Marina

Peter Marina, Sociology, served as the chair for a panel titled "Transgressive Studies for the Age of Discontent" at the American Society of Criminology. This panel forms the theoretical and methodological underpinnings for the emerging subfield of an anarchistic transgressive criminology. In the time of heightened discontent, new modalities of transgression emerge in both predictable and highly surprising, unexpected ways. The discussions showcase innovative approaches to understanding transgression in our neoliberal society.

Submitted on: Nov. 23

Peter Marina

Peter Marina, Sociology, presented "State-sanctioned Gangs: Police, Human Rights, and Transgression" at American Society of Criminology on Nov. 17 in Chicago. This paper serves as part of a new book, now under contract, that focuses on police, human rights, transgression, and a new vision of law enforcement for a newly emerging era in human history.

Submitted on: Nov. 23