Doctoral student Andrew Raub’s experience during COVID-19 is the subject of this month’s web feature.
Return to Campus
Voiland College is under the directive that if you can work effectively from home, then you should work from home.
For those who cannot work effectively from home and who intend on resuming work on campus, there are some important steps to take prior to transitioning:
Notify your supervisor immediately of your intention and your proposed work schedule.
Review Voiland College’s Return to Work Location Distancing and Disinfection Plan.
Complete the VCEA Return to Work Request Form. Do not return to work at a WSU location until you have received approval from your supervisor. All employees must fill out this request form even if they have received prior supervisor approval.
Review and implement the Staged Return to On-site Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities guidelines (PDF) and receive written approval from your school director or department head before returning to your campus laboratory.
Log in to my.WSU and complete the WSU COVID-19 Employee Attestation Form each day you report to a WSU work location.
Bookmark the VCEA Faculty/Staff Web page for easy access to all this and other important VCEA employee information.
Tuesday, June 30 @ 4:10 PM
Perusall: Ensure Your Students are Reading. Use this tool to proactively engage students in reading and provide a focus of conversation with automatically graded annotations.
Wednesday, July 1 @ 9:10 AM
Blackboard Learn: Tests and Quizzes. This training will provide a review of Blackboards’ full array of powerful question formats and setting options that allow you to precisely control and manage delivery of online assessments.
Tuesday, July 7 @ 8:10 AM
Blackboard Learn: Grade Center. We’ll explain different setup options, show how to grade and comment on student work, and demonstrate how to use the electronic rubric.
Tuesday, July 7 @ 10 AM
VCEA Town Hall w/Dean Mary Rezac.
More AOI Learning Initiative Workshops
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Energy Systems Innovation Center
ESIC is a leading center of excellence for research, education, technological innovation, and technology transfer in energy systems, including smart grids. With an exceptional team of faculty in power, energy, and computer science, and more than 20 faculty in allied fields (including economics, public policy, and sociology), ESIC provides a strong synergistic environment for conducting major multi-disciplinary studies on electric energy and its social and economic impacts, facilitating the development of public policy at the state and national levels. Learn more about ESIC.
WSU Research Commercialization Gap Fund Letter of Intent due July 24
The application process is now open for the FY2021 Commercialization Gap Fund (GCF). The CGF awards researchers up to $40,000, with a maximum of $2,000 allocated towards business development activities, to those that demonstrate that their innovation(s) have the ability to make an economic impact in our society.
Crimson Spirit Award
Have you noticed a WSU employee going out of their way to help a colleague or customer? Nominate them for the Crimson Spirit award to recognize their excellent service. Submit a nomination.
Be Safe Cougs
Daily Coug Connect at 10 a.m.
Experts system-wide present 5-30 minute Zoom sessions for WSU employees.
Health and Wellbeing Resources
The health and well-being of the WSU community remains our highest priority, and we will continue to act thoughtfully as we respond to COVID-19. Please review the resources available to employees during this response.
WSU COVID-19 Information
WSU COVID19-related info is available on WSU’s website.