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Kudos & Congratulations for May 2014

UIT staff recognized for their excellent work

Brad Grow did a fantastic job on the rewrite of the Student Profile Web Application. This is what every student sees at the top of the Student Page in CIS when they login. We have added some useful information to the student, made the application more ADA compliant, and made it easier to do updates to information. ~ Pat Burton

I would like to thank the network and active directory teams for the great work they have been doing with the PCI requirements. ~ Trevor Long

Allan Hill did a great job redesigning the NotifyIT site for the Help Desk. It has been simplified with less options to choose from, but easier to use. IRT administration options were added in a separate Peoplesoft Page. ~ Pat Burton

A huge thanks to Barb Iannucci for helping StratComm fix some buggy analytics coding on the new IT site. She took time out of her busy schedule to hunt down the error and get it corrected. I really appreciate it!. ~ Scott Sherman

C.J. McMillan, Shay Frank, and Michael Morris Pierce put in many hours in getting the UUPM (University of Utah Performance Management program) rolled out to a Pilot Group for the University.  This program will be tested with several departments across the University.  This was a real challenge and everyone that helped this program to the success it is having is owed a big thanks. ~ Pat Burton

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Anyone can submit an item for Kudos & Congrats. Email praise for your UIT colleagues to The people you recognize will be put into a drawing to win gift cards, event tickets, merchandise and more. Those who submit entries will also be put in a separate drawing for more prizes. (Directors and associate/assistant directors not eligible for prizes.) A special thank you to some exceptional campus organizations that donated tickets, merchandise, and gift cards to help recognize UIT employees: Athletics, Auxiliary Services, Dining Services, Kingsbury Hall, Pioneer Theatre Company, Red Butte Garden, UIT Leadership, and Utah Museum of Fine Art.

Last Updated: 4/13/21