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Vol. 2, No. 74
Tues., May 22, 2001


MEMFIS FAQ's: A new set of Frequently Asked Questions from campus users has been posted to the MEMFIS Web site. Go to http://www.uni.edu/vpaf/memfis/faq.htm to view. If you have questions regarding the MEMFIS Project, you can submit them to memfis-help@uni.edu.
MMS PROGRAM: The current agreement with CICcorp of College Station, Texas will be operated by Green Valley Technology of Texas, the company that acquired CICcorp assets recently. The agreement is yet to be signed by UNI, because concerned parties are yet to meet and discuss the details to be agreed on. An updated list will be provided showing the UNI departments covered under the MMS Program (program name remains the same). Please call Chuck Neil at 3-2980 or email at chuck.neil@uni.edu with questions regarding this new business arrangement. Maintenance coverage is still in place, but a temporary change is in effect regarding payment for services.


UNI IN THE NEWS: The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier recently ran some guest opinions written by UNI faculty. A piece by Jeff Weld, Biology, appeared in the Sun., May 13 edition. On Tues., May 15, the Courier ran a piece by Bill Greer, Dean, College of Business Administration. These are available at: http://uni.edu/pubrel/newsroom/op-ed.shtml Des Moines Regiser columnist Shirley Ragsdale mentioned Mark Grey's book on immigration, "Welcoming New Iowans: A Guide for Citizens and Communities" in her May 13 column, 'Surely, Iowans don't buy it.' She also quoted from President Koob's introduction to the book.
UNI MEMORIES NEEDED: UNI faculty and staff, especially longtime or emeritus faculty and staff, are encouraged to submit their memories of UNI to the 125th Anniversary Web site. To submit your recollections of UNI, visit: http://www.uni.edu/pubrel/125th_annv/memories/entry.shtml
To view the memories currently listed, visit: http://www.uni.edu/pubrel/125th_annv/memories/index.shtml
LAP SWIM PROGRAM: Lap Swim programs being held in the East Gym Swimming Pool will move to the WRC Lap Pool as of Mon., May 21. The lap swim schedule for WRC Lap Pool will be as follows: 6 - 7:50 a.m. (MWF), and 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. (M-F). Kudos to the pool mechanics for finishing the maintenance project ahead of schedule. Please contact Chris Denison at christopher.denison@uni.edu or at 3-7263 if you have questions.
ROD LIBRARY SUMMER SERVICES SURVEY: Rod Library staff would like to know what the university community thinks about library services offered during summer 2001. You are invited to fill out the library's summer services survey, available from May 18-25. Print copies are available at several locations in the library. The online version is available at http://www.library.uni.edu/.
MEMFIS: The first training sessions for the MEMFIS system will occur between May 18 and June 1. These sessions, called Navigation Training, will familiarize users with the Oracle screens and how to navigate between data elements and between various applications. This navigation training will be critical for anyone initiating or approving purchasing or general ledger transactions. Navigation training is recommended as a prerequisite for most of the other MEMFIS applications training classes. For more info visit the link below. http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/226.html


LIBRARY HOURS FOR MEMORIAL DAY: To view these special hours visit the link below. http://www.library.uni.edu/libinfo/hours.html#memday


INTERNAL JOB SEARCH: Administrative Assistant/Provost & Vice President, Office of Provost and Vice President, Internal Search Only. For more information visit the Web site below. http://www.uni.edu/hrs/employ/index.html


SELF MANAGEMENT: LEARNING FROM ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY OF INDIA: Swami Chidatmananda of Chinmaya mission is a popular eastern spiritual leader. He will conduct sessions on the following topics: Stress management, management of emotions, secrets of steady wisdom and others on 5/29 - 6/1 and 6/4 - 6/6, 6:30 - 8 p.m., CBB 131. All interested are welcome. For more info visit the Web site below. http://kaparthi.cba.uni.edu/IndianPhilosophy/
OPEN HOUSE: UNI's new Regional Business Center will hold an open house as part of a joint Waterloo and Cedar Falls Chambers of Commerce "Business After Hours" on Thurs., June 7 from 4 -7 p.m. The event will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony, building tours and demonstrations. The RBC is located in a newly renovated building in downtown Waterloo at 212 E. 4th St. For more information, contact Maureen Collins- Williams, RBC director at 236-8123.

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