A variety of Workplace stories posted to Around the O during spring break, from cyberattacks to the launch of a new online travel management system. Here’s a roundup of some news you may have missed.
Though the University of Oregon appears to not be affected in a recent cybertheft of data from U.S. universities, UO Information Services recommends beefing up passwords and being on guard. Massive computer hack of American universities misses UO details the hack and ways to protect intellectual property.
UO Business Affairs Offices launched a new paperless digital travel management system last week. A series of Concur trainings are planned for employees to learn the online platform.
Additional Workplace stories from last week:
- UO anthropology professor Lynn Stephen, a renowned Latin America scholar, has been awarded a prestigious Philip H. Knight Chair in the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Jessie Minton, vice provost for information services and chief information officer recently hosted a town hall meeting to provide an update on Transform IT, the information technology restructuring process.
- Five UO faculty members were awarded National Science Foundation Career Awards.
- Register now to bring your kids to the annual UO Take Our Children to Work event on April 26.
For a complete list of Workplace stories, visit https://around.uoregon.edu/news/workplace.