Join us to learn more about how the MUS Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can offer no-cost support to MUS employees and their household members for a wide variety of challenges. The program provides access to counseling services, 24-hour crisis help, resources for supervisors, emotional wellness support, and even financial consultations. Services can be accessed online and are confidential. Learn more about how the EAP can support you and your colleagues
This Zoom meeting for supervisors will provide a space to discuss managerial challenges related to recent work disruptions and to brainstorm solutions with campus colleagues. Bring your questions and suggestions about topics like connecting with your team while working remotely, prioritizing and organizing workloads, supporting employees, addressing health and mental health concerns, and more. Many people are facing similar challenges, so let’s get together and offer each other strategies, resources, and support.
EPUB, the industry standard for digital publications, is quickly becoming the preferred format of publishers. And now with a new plug-in available free in Word, you too can easily create EPUB books for your class. A great alternative to PDFs, EPUB files adjust seamlessly to any size mobile device, include read out loud capabilities, and make content immediately accessible to all of your students. Bring your preferred mobile device to this hands-on session and learn how to access, read and create your own EPUB.
The 9th Annual CBSD CoBRE Research Symposium will occur Sept. 18-20, 2020, at the Double Arrow Lodge in Seeley Lake, MT. The Symposium provides us with the unique opportunity to come together as a research community to discuss the latest research in our laboratories supported by CBSD. The Symposium includes keynote seminars by outside speakers, lectures by Project Leaders who are supported by the CBSD NIH CoBRE grant, and a selection of short talks by pilot project leaders and graduate students. We especially encourage both graduate and undergraduate students to participate in a poster session. We also have presentations from our Computational, NMR, Mass Spectrometry, Integrated Structural Biology, and BioSpectroscopy Core Facilities so attendees can learn more about how these facilities can help take their research projects in new directions.
Registration will open in June 2020. Contact Sara Jestrab with questions or to be added to the email communication.