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UCAP Reaches Milestone With Draft of Job Functions and Families

A framework for UA job functions and families has been developed, marking a milestone in the University Career Architecture Project. "The framework will provide the structure required to make informed compensation decisions, create a shared language for common career models, and define career possibilities for the vast array of professions at the University," says project director Jan Myers.

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'Meetups' Will Take Deeper Dive Into Strategic Planning Ideas

Ten "meetups" will be held in the coming month to further explore the ideas that have emerged so far in the UA's strategic planning process. With topics ranging from "Agile Wildcats" to "H2Onward," the conversations "will center around specific clarifying questions related to student experience and success and the UA playing a leading role in tackling the big, bold challenges created by the Fourth Industrial Revolution," says strategic plan co-chair Lisa Ordóñez.

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Strategic Planning, Branding Discussed at Faculty Senate

President Robert C. Robbins thanked Faculty Senate members for their participation in the strategic planning process, and gave updates on two senior vice president searches. Tony Proudfoot, interim senior vice president for marketing and communications, gave an overview of plans to create a brand platform for the UA.

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Awards & Accolades

Congratulations to these recent honorees: Andrei Sanov, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Susan Brown, Department of Management Information Systems; Jeffrey Pyun, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Robert Norwood, College of Optical Sciences; Manisha Sharma, School of Art; and Nancy Odegaard, Arizona State Museum.

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Robbins Calls on Campus Community to Help Shape the Future of the UA

Everyone who cares about the University can and should participate in the strategic planning process, President Robert C. Robbins told classified staff and others at a Q&A session last week. During the hourlong forum, Robbins answered questions about the UA's strengths and challenges, as well as the role it should play locally and globally.

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Final Beam Placed Atop New UAHS Building

The last steel beam in the construction of the new Health Sciences Innovation Building has been hoisted into place. At a topping-off ceremony, the beam was signed by attendees and then lifted to the top of the nine-story building, which is scheduled to be completed in summer 2018.

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Explore Your UA Benefits and Perks at Campus Resource Expo

Services and perks available to UA employees will be showcased during the annual Campus Resource Expo, happening Friday in the Student Union. "The University of Arizona is a great place to work for many reasons," says HR's Dave Magoon. "The expo is the perfect venue to give people an opportunity to discover some of them."

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