A recent submission to the CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program describes how the UCCS Office of Institutional Research uses their experience – and a subscription to the Qualtrics online survey program – to design and administer surveys for other campus offices.
When the University of Colorado-Boulder College of Arts & Sciences decided to migrate departments supported by Financial Service Centers (FSCs) to the newly introduced MyLeave time collection solution, the FSC recognized that quality training for employees charged with this function was vital to a successful implementation.
At the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, the Laboratory Registration Program was implemented as a process whereby Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) could collect a variety of information about any area on campus where there are chemical or physical hazards (e.g., traditional research and teaching labs in science and engineering, photo labs, art studios, shops, theatre works).
A new submission to the CU Shared Practices (CUSP) website addresses the universal challenge of furthering staff training and development.
Our latest CUSP submission describes an innovative laboratory cleaning process that saves times, maintains bioexclusion requirements, and decreases chemical/water use.
Want to learn more about best practices at work in other departments?
The FY 2013 CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program is open for submissions through the end of April.
Bring your ideas and innovations to the CUSP (CU Shared Practices) Program, where cash awards await creative thinkers.
The CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program recognizes and rewards innovative work by your colleagues across the University.
The CU Shared Practices Program (CUSP) is open for 2012 business through Aug 31.