|iCUE Spotlight: Oct. 17-23|
Here are a few highlights of what's in the CUE for the week of Oct. 17-23. The CUE is the best and most accessible way to find out and let people know what's happening on campus.
|Marketing Symposium 2016 to be held Nov. 2|
Ohio University’s Marketing Advisory Council and University Communications and Marketing is pleased to present Marketing Symposium 2016: Adapting Mainstream Tools for Higher Education 1-5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
|Benefits Advisory Council takes on new tasks|
Ohio University’s Benefits Advisory Council (BAC) has resumed meeting this fall. Chaired by Professor of Biomedical Sciences Susan Williams and Chief Human Resources Officer Colleen Bendl, the BAC was established in 2014.
|Customer service training wraps up|
The Creating a Customer Service Culture training series was offered on the Athens campus in September with 94 Ohio University employees representing 16 departments participating in the two-part training.
iCUE Spotlight highlights what's in the University's official Calendar of University Events. This week: headshots, food trucks, and immigration.
|Preparing for a new CMS: OIT Update #1|
Web Services received funding approval for a new content management system (CMS). Over the next several months the Web Services team will begin the process of migrating the 200+ websites currently in CommonSpot to that new system.
|Call for Green Jacket volunteers for Halloween 2016|
In an effort to keep Ohio University and surrounding areas safe during the Athens Halloween celebration, the University utilizes a program known as "Green Jackets." This program was created to provide an additional presence on and around campus during this celebration.
|Financial System Enhancements to launch Fall 2017|
In response to campus feedback, the project launch date of the Financial System Enhancements (FSE) project will be moved to Fall 2017. The FSE project, which encompasses the Chart of Accounts Redesign, the new Oracle Grants Accounting Module, and an updated Financial Approvers tool, was originally planned to launch in the Spring of 2017.