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Well Wisconsin Well Wisconsin Program 2022: Overview Posted 2:17 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 ETF Employer Update on Well Wisconsin 2022 Read more about Well Wisconsin Program 2022: Overview 2019 Winter on Campus NOTE TO SUPERVISORS: Approval of Lump Payment for Eligible Employees Posted 11:19 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 On January 19, 2022, at his opening remarks, Chancellor Gow announced that all Pay Plan eligible employees would receive a Lump Sum equivalent to 1% of the annualized wages in recognition of their service to the university.  These payments will be made on the February 24, 2022, pay advice and Supervisors will need to approve the payment. Read more about NOTE TO SUPERVISORS: Approval of Lump Payment for Eligible Employees UWSA Logo January Policy Distribution and Revised Comment Form Posted 9:37 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 The January 2022 institution policy distribution includes for comment four revised policies and four revised procedures. All revisions are part of technical amendments in the Information Security series.  Read more about January Policy Distribution and Revised Comment Form Campus 2022 Well Wisconsin Program Posted 9:21 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 ETF Employer Update- Wisconsin Well Program Read more about 2022 Well Wisconsin Program Students walking on campus ETF News Update: Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Test Coverage Information Posted 9:19 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 ETF News Update: Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Test Coverage Information Read more about ETF News Update: Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Test Coverage Information W-2 Image W-2 Forms Now Available Online Posted 3:48 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 Electronic 2021 W-2 Forms (Wage and Tax Statements) are now available in the MyUW portal. Paper copies are mailed to all employees except those who chose to receive an electronic only W-2 by January 13, 2022.  Employees will receive a paper copy of the W-2 Form via U.S. mail postmarked by January 31, 2022. Read more about W-2 Forms Now Available Online Winter in La Crosse Important Information on your 2022 Benefit Plans Posted 1:53 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022 Human Resources urges employees who elected benefits to confirm on their 2022 benefit cards that all of the dependents are listed AND that you selected the correct Quartz network (if you enrolled in a Quartz Network Plan). Read more about Important Information on your 2022 Benefit Plans Money Unsubstantiated FSA Claims Posted 10:24 a.m. Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 Annually, employees who had elected the Flexible Spending Accounts through Optum Financial/Connect Your Care, (CYC), receive an email informing them that they have unsubstantiated claims in their account. Read more about Unsubstantiated FSA Claims Winter on campus ETF Learning Opportunity/Update - January, February & March 2022 Webinars Posted 10:19 a.m. Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 See below for webinar offerings from ETF. Read more about ETF Learning Opportunity/Update - January, February & March 2022 Webinars Student on laptop Workshop: Student Loan Debt Relief Posted 2:46 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022 The final extension of the federal student loan payment pause will end on May 1. Find out how to prepare for repayment and avoid student loan debt relief scams at this free workshop, Student Loan Debt Relief. Read more about Workshop: Student Loan Debt Relief

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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