This week we’re highlighting an Academic Technology Coordinator position for the Osteopathic Medicine Dean’s Office (Posting #6109). Some of the job duties for this position include working in conjunction with faculty and administrators in Academic Programs and reporting to the Director of Osteopathic Curriculum; will be responsible for supporting faculty in envisioning, creating and deploying high-quality instructional materials to optimize student learning at MSUCOM; acting as an instructional technology designer in support of faculty clients who teach at MSUCOM; and working directly with course faculty to identify, develop, implement and evaluate innovative resources, strategies and technologies to improve student learning and assessment. 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.
Portfolios, batteries, coffee and more, University Stores is a great resource for faculty and staff to meet all of their office and school supply needs. University stores offers over 3000 items that help support MSU’s colleges and departments. To see all that University Stores has to offer, faculty, staff and retirees can visit the store front, located in the Angell Building (166 Service Road) from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. You also can visit and shop using their online Shop at State catalog through the EBS Portal.Continue Reading… Shop on Campus with University Stores
Happy Administrative Professionals Day! With thousands of support staff doing administrative functions, there are a lot of people to thank at Michigan State University today. Without these great people, the business operations of the University wouldn’t work with the efficiency they do now. These professionals are commonly the face of their unit or department, and we appreciate their welcoming attitudes wherever we go at MSU. Administrative Professionals truly represent the University well with their “Spartans Will” attitudes. Continue Reading… Thank You Administrative Professionals!
If you are still weighing your benefits options for the 2012-13 plan year, consider attending a Benefits Fair this week. Attending a Benefits Fair allows you to talk to benefits vendors and HR staff and get questions about your benefits options answered. Fairs will be held:
Tuesday, April 24, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., MSU Union, Parlors B & C
Wednesday, April 25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Nisbet Building, First Floor
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Health4U trivia contest. Also, thanks to Health4U for the prizes and allowing us to select three winners! The three people who sent in the correct answers to all of the questions first were Teresa Cherry, Ruth Mair and Maggie Kelly. Congratulations!
Here are the correct answers in bold:
Health4U programs/services focus on:
Emotional/ Physical Wellness
All of the above
How many campus walking loops are listed on the Health4U website?
Which of the following is not a Healthy Relationship Series course topic?
Never go to Bed Angry
Exploring Healthy Relationships
Learning to Listen
Guided imagery can be used for all of the following except… ?
Improve the quality of your sleep
Heal from past painful events
Improve your relationship with your own body/self image
None of the above
Which of the following is NOT offered as a Food and Nutrition course?
This week we’re highlighting a Research Administrator I position for the Natural Science Dean’s Office (Posting #6096). Some of the job duties for this position include serving as a resource to the Director of the College of Natural Science Office of Research Services, as well as to the College Budget Officer and the Associate Dean for Budget Planning, Research and Facilities on budget and other issues; assisting in all aspects of the preparation of internally and externally funded research projects and other scholarly activities, including identification of potential sponsors; preparing and editing proposals; and working with the Office of Sponsored Project and Contract and Grant Administration to carry out aspects of contract negotiation with sponsored programs, other universities, federal and state governments, foundations, and industries. 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.
Michigan State University cares about the health of its faculty, staff and retirees. That’s why the University Physician’s Office developed Health4U, MSU’s health promotion program. Health4u offers programs, services and activities designed to promote healthy lifestyles and make a positive difference by improving personal health across campus. If you haven’t learned about all of the benefits that Health4U offers, take time to review their website.
Do you find yourself feeling tense by lunchtime? Recreational Sports and Fitness Services offers Yogalates classes every Wednesday from 12:10 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. at IM Circle to help relax some of your morning tension and break up the work day. Yogalates is a low-intensity workout that blends ideas and forms of Yoga and Pilates to stretch your muscles, increase blood flow, improve your posture and work out your abdominal muscles. Each class session is $3 and you may drop-in at any time!Continue Reading… Yogalates at Lunchtime!