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  • Project Management | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Project Management Project Management Templates Tips Project Management Responsibilities include the following Identifying potential process improvements Creating project charters and work plans Leading and facilitating project meetings Mapping and documentation of existing

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  • Provost's Office | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    s Office Provost s Office Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies Academic Standards and Expectations for Syllabi Faculty and Academic Staff Development Graduate Studies Honors Program Institutional Research Office Staff University Sponsored Off Campus Activities Academic Calendar Academic Majors and Plans Colleges Dean Director Chair Calendar Department and Unit Chairs Global Connections Grants and Research Program Integrity Program Review and Assessment Assessment Assessment Documents Assessment Plans Program Prioritization Program Review Provost s Office Personnel Year Of Provost s Office Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Welcome to the Office of Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Wisconsin River Falls The Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the University who oversees four undergraduate colleges Arts and Sciences Business and Economics Education and Professional Studies and Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences The Provost also oversees all undergraduate and graduate curricular programs the hiring development and evaluation of faculty and instructional staff academic support services Global Connections the Library and Grants and Research Other responsibilities of the position include working closely with the Deans Council budget planning and management enrollment services conducting program reviews assessment of programs implementing and monitoring UW System mandates facilitating monitoring and approving externally funded research programs facilitating faculty development activities and providing oversight for student course evaluation for each academic program The Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs reports directly to the Chancellor and serves as the campus representative in the Chancellor s absence UW River Falls values academic excellence in teaching and learning We help students attain their full potential as critical thinkers effective communicators and committed life long learners by providing personalized integrated educational experiences We value faculty and undergraduate student research collaboration inclusivity and equity in all academic

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  • Psychology | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Psychology Psychology Degree Requirements Student Information Student Research Studies Careers and Graduate School Opportunities Conditioning and Neuroscience Lab Frequently Asked Questions Internship Opportunities Internship Placement Agreement Psychology Internship Guidelines Psi Chi Student Group Benefits of Membership Chapter Officers Contact Us Criteria for Membership Psi Chi Sponsored Events and Pictures Purpose and Mission Statement Alumni Frequently Asked Questions Faculty and Staff Welcome to the Psychology Department We would love for you to be a part of our department We pride ourselves on being a strong program that welcomes both first year and transfer students Our policies allow us to accept multiple forms of PSEO and AP credit as well as college credit earned through other colleges and universities We pair all incoming students with a faculty advisor who works one on one with each advisee providing individualized advice and guidance In addition all first year students will have the benefit of enrolling in the Psychology Learning Community our innovative cohort model that connects first year psychology majors to the department and each other Unique Opportunities in Psychology Collaborative Undergraduate Research Carry out either individual or group research projects with a faculty supervisor and present findings of your original research at regional and national psychology conferences Psi Chi and the Psychology Club Psi Chi is the international honor society in psychology and the Psychology Club is open to all majors and minors in psychology Internships and Career Planning Develop your individualized career plan a required part of our major and gain some hands on experience through an internship Our proximity to sites in both Wisconsin and the Twin Cities give our students a unique advantage

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  • External Relations | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF University Communications and Marketing University Communications and Marketing Event Calendar External Relations Falcon Daily E newsletter Graphic Design Marketing Newsroom Multimedia Policies and Guidelines Reserve The Mascot Social Media Staff Writing Website Resources External Relations University Communications and Marketing seeks to build positive relationships with external constituencies including elected officials civic organizations and state and local news outlets Media requests can be directed to Susan Walker Communications and Marketing Manager 715 425 4613 susan walker uwrf edu Legislative matters can be directed to Beth Schommer Executive Assistant to the Chancellor 715 425 0662 beth schommer uwrf edu The University of Wisconsin System Communications and External Relations Team provides outstanding resources to track state and federal issues pertinent to higher education Falcon Quarterly Falcon Quarterly highlights recent campus initiatives opportunities and achievements of interest to our external partners Falcon Quarterly is mailed to local elected officials and members of local chambers of commerce To be added to the Falcon Quarterly

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  • Public Record Custodian | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    and Clinics AP 01 104 Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan AP 01 115 Chargeback of Physical Plant Services AP 01 102 Chemical Hygiene Plan AP 01 118 Consequences for Non Compliance Management Policy AP 06 113 Employee Requested Tuition Reimbursement AP 01 113 International Student Tuition Remission Policy AP 01 111 Licensing of UWRF Registered Marks AP 01 108 Policy for Children in the Workplace AP 01 117 Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect AP 01 114 Segregated Fee Assessment Waiver AP 01 110 Sign Posting AP 01 101 Social Media AP 01 112 Tobacco Free Campus AP 01 116 Use of University Facilities AP 01 103 Academic Affairs Conflict of Interest Financial Disclosure AP 01 204 Copyrighted Material Use of AP 01 209 Emeriti Status for Unclassified Staff Faculty Academic Staff AP 01 210 Full Time Status with a Reduced Course Load AP 01 212 Health Insurance Requirement for International Students AP 01 206 Honored Retiree Status for Classified Employees AP 01 205 Inclement Weather Practice AP 01 202 International Education and Globalization Programs and Activities AP 01 203 Outreach Courses Determination of AP 01 211 Outreach Residual Funds AP 01 207 Records Management Program AP 01 201 Summer Session and J Term AP 01 208 Student Affairs Alcohol Beverages on Campus AP 01 303 Requirement for Mandatory Housing AP 01 302 Requirement for a Mandatory Residential Dining Plan AP 01 301 University Foundation Campus Naming Policy AP 01 402 Business and Financial Directory AP 02 111 Subrecipient Monitoring Policy Annual Program Revenue Balance Policy AP 02 108 Bad Check Policy AP 02 104 Business Activities AP 02 101 Clothing Purchases for Staff Use in Departments AP 02 109 Collection of Indirect Overhead Costs AP 02 102 Distribution of Indirect Overhead Costs AP 02 103 Late Fee Policy AP 02 110 Overhead Cost Assessment for Program Revenue Activities AP 02 107 Records Hold Financial AP 02 105 Tuition Rates AP 02 106 Risk Management Directory Open Flame AP 03 103 Risk Management Policy AP 03 101 Space Heaters AP 03 104 Utility Vehicle AP 03 102 Facilities Directory Building Access AP 04 101 Fleet Vehicles AP 04 102 Postal Policy AP 04 103 Technology Directory Acceptable Use Policy AP 05 106 Campus Computer Replacement AP 05 103 Computer Software Use AP 05 101 Information Security AP 05 301 Reuse Policy for Replaced Computers AP 05 102 Shared Radio Spectrum Management and Coordination AP 05 104 Telecommunications Management AP 05 105 Wireless Handheld and Data Services AP 05 201 Human Resources Directory Academic Staff Promotion Title Change for Instructional and Non Instructional Staff AP 06 103 Centralized Position Management Policy AP 06 112 Criminal Background Checks AP 06 106 Discretionary Equity or Retention Adjustment Classified Staff AP 06 107 Discretionary Merit Compensation Classified Staff AP 06 104 Employee Accident Injury AP 06 102 Health Insurance Marketplace Notice AP 06 109 Hiring Wisconsin Retirement System Annuitants AP 06 105 Immigrant Visa Applications AP 06 101 Office Hours AP 06 110 Overload Compensation

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  • Quick Response (QR) Codes | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF University Communications and Marketing University Communications and Marketing Event Calendar External Relations Falcon Daily E newsletter Graphic Design Marketing Newsroom Multimedia Policies and Guidelines Reserve The Mascot Social Media Staff Writing Website Resources Quick Response QR Codes A QR Code is a specific two dimensional code readable by QR barcode readers and smartphones with cameras The information encoded can be text a URL a phone number a video or other data QR is the abbreviation for quick response and the QR code was first developed in Japan by Denso Wave a subsidiary of auto manufacturer Toyota QR codes are a relatively new technology and their full potential has yet to be explored Their use has entered mainstream society and the codes can now be found in multiple locations Need some practice Try scanning the QR code to the right It ll take you to UWRF s Facebook page Don t have an app on your smartphone for QR code scanning Visit Mobile Barcode com s barcode scanner selector and select your phone s manufacturer under Supported Mobile Phones Alternately you can visit the App

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  • Reading Specialist, MSE | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Degree Requirements Degree Requirements College Requirements College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies University Requirements General Education Requirements General Education Requirements 05 06 13 14 Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Reading Specialist MSE Overview of Program Degree Requirements for Master of Science in Education Reading Specialist First Summer Summer Reading Institute 8 credits READ 700 Foundations of Literacy 2 credits READ 761 Advanced Elementary Reading Instruction 3 credits READ 722 Secondary School and Content Area Reading 3 credits First Fall READ 705 Language Arts in the Elementary School 3 credits READ 765 Appraisal and Intervention 3 credits First Spring READ 750 Children s Literature in the Reading Program 3 credits READ 785 Research in Literacy 3 credits Second Summer READ 775 Clinical Practicum in Literacy Instruction 1 3 credits Completion of a certification portfolio as specified by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction external site Second Summer READ 710 Language Acquisition and Disorders for Reading Teachers 3 credits Second Fall courses taken concurrently READ 766 Supervision

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  • Records Management | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Records Reporting Records Student Employment And Work Study Fiscal and Accounting Fiscal Administration Records Internal Control Records Payments and Receipts From all sources except capital Improvement and State Building Commission Projects State Banking and Cash Management Related Records Collection Related Records General Ledger Transactions Capital Improvement and Projects Accounting Capital Asset Inventory and Surplus Property Records Fleet and Aircraft Management Fleet and Related Maintenance and Operation Records Aircraft Maintenance and Operation Records Superseded and Closed RDAS Other Fleet and Aircraft Management Related Records Health Services Student Health Center Counseling Center Student Athletics Human Resources Related General Human Resources Policies and Procedures Recruitment and Selection Records Classification and Compensation and Related Records Workforce Management Labor Relations and Related Records Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Related Records Medical Related Records Employee Assistance Program EAP Related Records Training Related Records General Human Resource HR Administration Human Resources Closed Series Superseded Human Resources Records Series Information Technology Information Technology Business Project Related Computer Ongoing Operations and Technical Support Network and Data Communications Services Data Administration Computer and Information Security Legal Affairs Utility And Function of Information Provided Within this GRS Conditions Affecting Final Disposition Library and Archives Administration Collection Development Special Collections Circulation Interlending Information Systems Publicity Reference Security Payroll and Benefits Time and Labor Records Absence Management Benefits Payroll Police and Parking Services Parking Services Police Services Police and Parking Addendum Purchasing and Procurement State Use Board Work Centers Contract Compliance Request for Purchasing Approval Authority Case Letters Contracts and Requests for Bids Proposals Vendor Performance Management Reviews Delegation Agreements Reports Formal Studies and Projects Statewide Purchasing and Procurment Related Manuals Superseded and Obsolete RDAS Residential Programs and services Risk Management Related General Risk Managment Related Records Workers Compensation Related Records Property and Liablity Related Records Property Program Related Records Liability Program Related Records Occupational Safety and Health Records Environmental Management Permitting and Compliance Related Records Hazerdous Radioactive Materials Transportation Records Workers Compensation GRS superseded and Closed RDAS Student Records Admission Records Student Academic Records International Student Records Publications Statistics and Policy FERPA Related Records Federal Disclosure Records WIAC Part One WIAC Part Two WIAC Workers Compensation Related Letters of Endorsement Workers Compensation Program Confidentiality of Records Workers Compensation Electronic Data System Interface Systems and Applications Workers Compensation Record Series Disposing of Records Electronic Digital Records Policies and Guidelines Public Records Custodian Training Materials Faculty Papers and the University Archives How Long Do I Need to Keep E mail and Text Messages Records Management What is Records Management Very briefly Records Management is the systematic and administrative control of records throughout their life cycle to ensure efficiency and economy in their creation use handling control maintenance and disposition Policies and Guidelines The University of Wisconsin System UW River Falls and the State of Wisconsin have existing policies and laws that affect the management of records The UWRF University Archives also has best practices guidelines that can help you in managing your records Records Retention Schedules ALL university employees are responsible for the

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