Human Resources has issued information about two new paid leave options available to CofC employees who are not able to work due to the COVID-19 response.
The Division of Information Technology is offering faculty and staff a series of online workshops on Microsoft OneDrive, Teams and Yammer throughout the month of April.
The Office of Business and Auxiliary Services has announced that, effective with the pay period starting March 31, employees will not pay for parking until the College resumes normal operations.
Only one IT Service Desk walk-up location has stayed open, and it has limited hours. Faculty and staff may still access the IT Service Desk by phone, chat or email.
Sarah Myer '09, director of operations in the Office of Admissions, shares more than an organ with her kidney transplant recipient.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Office of Mail Services has adjusted its operations, including the suspension of departmental deliveries.
Bonnie Devet is the co-editor of a newly released collection, "Transfer of Learning in the Writing Center," an open-access, digital publication produced by the 'WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.'
Chief Information Officer Mark Staples encourages faculty and staff to keep up to date on tips for working remotely by logging onto Yammer.
President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to faculty and staff regarding working remotely on Monday, March 16, 2020. All CofC employees should monitor their email throughout the day for further guidance about respective work schedules going forward.
Proposals for Faculty Research and Development Grants for the fall 2020 award period are being accepted through 5 p.m. on Friday, April 17, 2020.