When it’s time for new technology equipment or software, look no further than the MSU Computer Store! The MSU Computer Store offers a variety of computers and accessories to MSU faculty, staff and students at great prices. The educational discounts offered can be over 50 percent for software and about five percent for hardware! These discounts apply for personal and departmental use.
The store is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. in 110 Computer Center. You’ll find software, computers, iPods, laptop cases, headphones and other accessories all in one place on campus. The MSU Computer Store carries Apple, Dell, HP and Lenovo products. They also offer customizable online orders.Continue Reading… Fun Friday at the MSU Computer Store
This week we’re highlighting a Service Manager II position in the Department of Residential and Hospitality Services (Posting #5241). Some of the job duties for this position include preparing and participating in planning operations of a service unit or department; assisting in budget analysis and projections and supervising guest service support staff. For a complete description of this position, and to view all of our current postings, please go to www.jobs.msu.eduand select Support Staff under the Fast Jobs Search.
You know the ones we’re talking about. . . they’re all about the team and do their best to make work a great place to be. They make sure the job gets done well, but they also get that you have a life outside of work that sometimes requires flexibility. They get outstanding results while treating everyone with dignity, respect and integrity. Continue Reading… We’re Thankful for Outstanding Supervisors
You know it’s coming. You know you don’t want any part of it. But did you know there is a lot you can do to avoid it?
If you want to do everything you can to flu proof yourself this year, the first thing you can do is mark your calandar and plan to attend one of the MSU Seasonal Flu Clinics operated by the fine folks at the Office of the University Physician between October 14 and November 17 at various locations across campus.
You can also check out this short video with great tips from MSU’s own Bonnie Seaks, Physician Assistant in the University Physician’s office.
Meeting minutes are critical for groups to stay on course and keep track of past items. They also can seem like a real chore for those who are put in charge of them. Today Mitzi Taylor, owner of Not So Basic Training and facilitator for Human Resource Development, offers three tips on how to take effective meeting minutes without the stress. Check out the video here.
This week we’re highlighting an Administrative Assistant III/S position in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology (Posting #5202). Some of the job duties for this position include serving as fiscal officer for the department reporting to multiple colleges; administering department budgets; monitoring and analyzing accounting records including internal billing and approving expenditures for the unit; compiling and analyzing information to prepare financial reports; and serving as department research administrator assisting faculty with grant budgets, submissions, and financial reporting. For a complete description of this position, and to view all of our current postings, please go to www.jobs.msu.edu and select Support Staff under the Fast Jobs Search.
It’s Thankful Thursday and we’re thankful for Student Employees!
Last year nearly 19,000 student employees worked an average of about 10 hours per week to provide support to MSU units in accomplishing unit goals. Jobs you find hard-working students doing around MSU include:
Student Animal/Veterinary Assistants
Student Athletic Recreation Assistants
Student Clerical Assistants
Student Food Service Assistants
Student Grounds/Horticulture Assistants
Student Health Care Assistants
Student Info Tech Assistants Continue Reading… Thank You Student Employees!
Looking for a style of eating that is flavorful, healthy and likely to help you maintain a healthy weight? Then you may want to consider going Mediterranean!
Eating Mediterranean style typically involves building most of your meals out of high anti-oxidant fruits and vegetables, healthy whole grains, fish, nuts, olive oil, flavorful herbs and spices, and sometimes red wine, though not to excess. Limited amounts of lean red meat, cheese, yogurt and eggs also can fit into this style of eating. Continue Reading… Mediterranean Diets: A Healthy Choice for You?
Mentoring is a win-win-win situation. Why? Because it helps a mentee grow in their position and unit, it helps a mentor develop leadership and supervisory skills and it helps the University strengthen the skill sets and knowledge of its employees.