Concur Solutions Training Sessions Added

Posted in Uncategorized on December 14th, 2015 by .

The Syracuse University travel policy and use of Concur are expected to achieve a significant reduction in annual travel spending, reduce administrative burden, and provide a one-stop travel shopping experience. Additional Concur training sessions have been added through June 2016. The sessions available include: December 16, 2015                 10 – 11:30 a.m.                  010 Crouse... Read more

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Staff Members See Results from Fast Forward Initiatives

Posted in Uncategorized on December 14th, 2015 by .

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As a purchasing agent in the University’s Purchasing Department, Karla Salmonsen sees the results every day of the work done by the Fast Forward Syracuse Office Supplies Initiative Team. Salmonsen, who was a team member, handles any concerns with the University’s new online office supplies vendor, W.B. Mason, and continues to ensure competitive pricing. The... Read more

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One University – Working Group 6

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2015 by .

Trajectory To Excellence (Working Group #6) As One University, Syracuse supports progress toward our mission by consistently pursuing excellence in all areas of University operations. We achieve this by providing all those engaged in reaching our mission a workplace that proactively supports their personal and professional needs, challenges them to grow, respects diverse points of... Read more

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Internationalization – Working Group 3

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2015 by .

GOAL: Trajectory To Excellence (Working Group #3) Syracuse University, grounded by a tradition of international scholarship and engagement, dedicates itself to fostering and sustaining an international community of scholars that values and supports all students and prepares them to thrive in a globally connected world. We do that not only by advancing global study, research,... Read more

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Discovery – Working Group 2

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2015 by .

GOAL: Trajectory to Excellence Working Group #2 Creative activities and research are fundamentally coupled to our educational mission. Research and creative activities nourish the intellectual and physical well-being of society and drive a prosperous and diverse high-tech economy. We will advance research excellence in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary endeavors by supporting a wide range of... Read more

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The Student Experience – Working Group 1

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2015 by .

GOAL: Trajectory To Excellence (Working Group #1) Syracuse University is committed to providing all students with an excellent and highly distinctive educational experience that prepares them for academic, personal, and professional success in an increasingly complex, diverse, and interconnected world. We will cultivate in students those distinct skills, competencies, and experiences that exemplify Syracuse as... Read more

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Academic Strategic Plan Implementation Working Groups

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2015 by .

The Academic Strategic Plan consists of overarching themes that identify targeted areas of commitment with the goal to create an outstanding learning experience for all Syracuse University students. Six working groups, composed of students, faculty, and staff, have been formed to focus on each of the themes. They have been charged with the task of developing strategies and a framework... Read more

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Deadline Approaching for Mobile Device Evaluation and Transition

Posted in Uncategorized on September 24th, 2015 by .

As previously announced, the University adopted a new Telecommunications and Mobile Devices Policy and has been working toward compliance and transitioning users ahead of the Sept. 30 deadline. The new policy named AT&T the preferred cellular provider and seeks to increase data security and plan flexibility, while reducing University costs. Since July, supervisors have identified... Read more

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