Monday, August 22

New Instructor Workshop- For new instructors; participants must be pre-registered. The workshop will target issues pertaining to teaching, research and service responsibilities associated with being an effective educator at UW-Stout. It will inform instructors about applied education-based technology and will also introduce new employees to key campus policies, payroll and benefit information, the organizational structure, and employee resources, including a first-year cohort program opportunity for the 2016-17 year. Sponsored by the Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center, Learning Technology Services and Human Resources. For details visit: http://www.uwstout.edu/ntlc/. Room location Ballroom A/B/C, MSC - August 22-24; Cedar/Maple, MSC - August 25 only.

 



Tuesday, August 23

New Instructor Workshop- For new instructors; participants must be pre-registered. The workshop will target issues pertaining to teaching, research and service responsibilities associated with being an effective educator at UW-Stout. It will inform instructors about applied education-based technology and will also introduce new employees to key campus policies, payroll and benefit information, the organizational structure, and employee resources, including a first-year cohort program opportunity for the 2016-17 year. Sponsored by the Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center, Learning Technology Services and Human Resources. For details visit: http://www.uwstout.edu/ntlc/. Room location Ballroom A/B/C, MSC - August 22-24; Cedar/Maple, MSC - August 25 only.
 

Wednesday, August 24

New Instructor Workshop- For new instructors; participants must be pre-registered. The workshop will target issues pertaining to teaching, research and service responsibilities associated with being an effective educator at UW-Stout. It will inform instructors about applied education-based technology and will also introduce new employees to key campus policies, payroll and benefit information, the organizational structure, and employee resources, including a first-year cohort program opportunity for the 2016-17 year. Sponsored by the Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center, Learning Technology Services and Human Resources. For details visit: http://www.uwstout.edu/ntlc/. Room location Ballroom A/B/C, MSC - August 22-24; Cedar/Maple, MSC - August 25 only.

 



8:00-9:00 a.m.      New Employee Resource Fair and Refreshments – Ballrooms A/B, MSC

 For all new employees

New employees will have an opportunity to interact and meet a variety of UW-Stout departments and organizations and learn about the services and opportunities those departments and organizations provide.

The Campus Card Office, University Library, University Dining, University Advancement, UREC, Memorial

Student Center, Faculty, Academic Staff, and University Staff Senates, Sustainable Stout and more will be represented at the informational fair. 




9:00-11:30 a.m.   New@UW-Stout Orientation Program – Cedar/Maple Room, MSC

For all new non-instructional employees   

The New@UW-Stout Orientation Program will highlight how UW-Stout began, where we are today, and where we are headed. In addition, the program will introduce new employees to key campus policies, procedures, the organizational structure, and employee resources, including a first-year cohort program opportunity for the 2016-17 year.  All new employees are encouraged to attend as well as view the New@UW-Stout website:  http://www.uwstout.edu/hr/newemployee/.  Contact information: Cally Henderson, hendersonc@uwstout.edu or x2289.

 



Thursday, August 25

New Instructor Workshop- For new instructors; participants must be pre-registered. The workshop will target issues pertaining to teaching, research and service responsibilities associated with being an effective educator at UW-Stout. It will inform instructors about applied education-based technology and will also introduce new employees to key campus policies, payroll and benefit information, the organizational structure, and employee resources, including a first-year cohort program opportunity for the 2016-17 year. Sponsored by the Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center, Learning Technology Services and Human Resources. For details visit: http://www.uwstout.edu/ntlc/. Room location Ballroom A/B/C, MSC - August 22-24; Cedar/Maple, MSC - August 25 only.

 



8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. New Department Chair Orientation – Northwoods, MSC

For new Department Chairs and Associate Deans

This session will provide information regarding curriculum, ImageNow, dealing with student issues, human resources and financial management. UWSA General Counsel will also present, answer questions, and provide legal tips about the following topics: legal do’s and don’ts of the hiring process, performance evaluations, disciplinary process, and legal issues and mechanics of running a department meeting. Contact information: Cally Henderson, hendersonc@uwstout.edu or x2289.

 



Friday, August 26

8:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m. New Program Director Orientation – Northwoods, MSC
For new Program Directors

This session will provide information regarding curriculum, assessment, ImageNow, and dealing with student concerns. There will also be breakout sessions for undergraduate and graduate Program Directors and a newly added session for customized instruction Program Directors. Contact information: Cally Henderson, hendersonc@uwstout.edu or x2289. 




9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Faculty Complaint Process & Managing Performance Issues – Cedar/Maple, MSC

For all Department Chairs and Associate Deans

UW-System General Counsel will be on campus to present and answer questions on the complaint process (chapter 4 and chapter 6) and managing performance issues.