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UAnnounce is the place where you can submit news on behalf of your department, unit or program. Get the word out to campus about upcoming events, job postings, retirements, new programs and services, and more. You must have a UA NetID and password to submit a UAnnounce memo. Memos are organized into two categories:

  • All-UA memos contain information that is relevant to all or most of the UA community and pertain to the operations of the institution.
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  • The IRS will not require this form for completion of your 2015 tax return but the University will send this form in March for your records.

  • The Faculty Senate has approved revisions to the UA's Undergraduate Course Syllabus Policy. Both the undergraduate policy and the Graduate Course Syllabus Policy are accessible online.

  • UA employees will now have access to the latest Adobe Creative Cloud software tools and applications thanks to a new three-year enterprise license with Adobe. Creative Cloud software allows users to design, share and publish content with graphic design, photography, Web development and audiovisual editing tools, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

  • Banner/UA clinical researchers who have questions about research procedures and points of contact can visit the UA Research Gateway for information about the Banner/UA affiliation and how it affects investigators. More detailed guidance will be forthcoming in 2016.

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