Staff News

 
We’re pleased to note that CPE Program Manager & Finance Learning Specialist Lisa Vallad presented a best practices session at the national Online Learning Conference last month. In discussing, “Subject Matter Experts: Not Your Frenemy,” Lisa outlined a way to connect the dots between instructional design, compliance, and content expertise.
Our CPE Program Manager Lisa Vallad recently returned from the NASBA Summit, a National Association of State Boards of Accountancy event. The OUC’s participation in this annual conference is critical to ensuring the ongoing success and compliance of our Continuing Professional Education for Certified Public Accountants (CPE for CPAs) Program.
Our thanks to the Boulder Campus Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research for giving us time at the podium to talk about Cognos financial reports this month.
We’re delighted to announce a position available on the Finance & Procurement Help Desk team.
Two members of the Office of University Controller recently helped kick off the 2014 Colorado Learning & Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference in Boulder.
The OUC is pleased to introduce Accounting Analyst Jacob Malson. Our newest team member joined the Accounting Services section earlier this summer.
Congratulations to Travis Chillemi, the OUC’s Strategic Communication Technology Manager! Travis recently earned a CU Shared Practices (CUSP) award for his radical redesign of the University’s Annual Financial Report.
Great news! The National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) has recognized our new presentation of CU’s annual financial report information with a 2014 Innovation Award.
A record number of submissions made. A record number of submissions posted. And an exciting Expo where CUSP Finalists described their best practices to a host of interested colleagues.
On April 25, the children of OUC staff members teamed up with other CU System kids to take part in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. The Grant Street offices have collaborated in this event for the past several years – and the national event just celebrated its 20th anniversary. The day began with a continental breakfast and a visit from the Financial Super Heroes. Subsequent events continued the theme of “Money Matters” and were designed to be both fun and educational for participants in all grade levels.

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