Are you a new mom (or soon-to-be one) looking for some peer support to prepare for the challenges of returning to work?
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If you're thinking about retirement, attend a free seminar about Social Security and Medicare on June 26 at University Hospital or via live stream. A representative from...Read article
Over 200 staff members celebrated the conclusion of the year-long Career Development Passport Program at a Capstone Event featuring guest speakers Mark Saine, senior...Read article
Volunteers are urgently needed for many different jobs, before, during and after the MSTAFF200 bicentennial event on June 27.
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Explore the transformative power of early learning. The international traveling exhibition The Wonder of Learning—The Hundred Languages of Children will...Read article
Are you thinking about retirement? Benefits Office representatives will be available to assist faculty and staff with retirement questions on a drop-in basis at three...Read article
The origin of the term emotional intelligence (EI) became popular in 1995 in a book published by Daniel Goleman. Primarily, EI is described as how we relate to others and...Read article
Most people know that eating plenty of vegetables and fruits is a smart idea — research shows doing so can reduce risk of heart disease and obesity, some cancers, diabetes...Read article
Nominations are now being accepted for the 28th annual James T. Neubacher Award. The award is presented to a faculty or staff member, student, or...