Who will be the next CERA recipients? Nominate who you believe deserves to be recognize for their hard work. Click on the blue ribbon or picture above.
The CERA program is an excellent way to honor employees who make valuable contributions to the operations of the university, and through their work ethic, ingenuity and positive attitude have enhanced campus life for students, faculty and staff.
Monday, February 9, 2015
CERA-Don't forget to nominate who you believe is a hero/heroine on campus! They will receive a Classified Employee Recognition Award plaque, the opportunity to attend an employee development program, and a cash award of $2,500, if selected as one of the five winners! Anyone may nominate a classified staff (may nominate more than one person)! Check for details under the Election tab or visit our office at 271 Bascom Hall.
Events- Thank you for making the Black History Month Celebration a success! Pictures of the event are provided below. Photo credits to Thomas Harron and Rich Gassen
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Special announcement from Chancellor Rebecca Blank-
BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATIONw/ the Office of Classified Staff
Come join with us at 271 Bascom Hall, 500 Lincoln Drive for some light refreshments and good music!
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CERA- Make sure you nominate someone deserving to win a cash prize of $2500 for their hard work! Click on the blue ribbon below OR click here. Please note: You will not be able to save the application while applying. If you need additional time to fill out the questionnaire, click here to see a copy of the application before submitting. If you already submitted an application and need to make changes, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.263.4570. You may either submit one online OR print out a copy and turn it in to 271 Bascom.
CLICK ON THE BLUE RIBBON TO NOMINATE!
Website updates- Thank you all for your suggestions and concerns about the website. Please continue informing the Office of Classified Staff about what we could do to make the website more resourceful and accurate. We will continue to update.
Thank you for making the Black History Month Celebration a success! Pictures of the event are provided below. Photo credits to Thomas Harron and Rich Gassen
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