Monthly Archives: April 2012

Seminar to address the art of faculty negotiations (June 7)

Barbara Butterfield, Ph.D., and Jane Tucker, Ph.D. will present seminar "Basic Faculty Negotiations" June 7, from 7:30-11:30 a.m. in BSRB Seminar Rooms A and B. This workshop is designed to introduce mutual-interest based negotiations, problem solving, and conflict resolution during … Continue reading

Posted in: Leadership & Administration

Ann Arbor Observer story highlights UMHS-Trinity affiliation

The May issue of the Ann Arbor Observer has a major story about the recently announced master affiliation agreement between UMHS and Trinity Health-Michigan, which includes St. Joseph Mercy Health System. Doug Strong, CEO of U-M Hospitals and Health Centers, … Continue reading

Posted in: Clinical Care, Leadership & Administration, UMHS in the News

Capitalizing on Your True Leadership Talents – A New Model (May 3)

Effective leaders foster commitment, creativity and productive attitudes in others. In session “Capitalizing on Your True Leadership Talents – A New Model,” you will learn how to initiate a strengths-based leadership approach and discover how to motivate others to reach … Continue reading

Posted in: Events for Faculty, Staff and Students

Process Improvement – Working "Smart" for Better Results (May 3 and 17)

With more work than anyone can possibly handle, it’s more important than ever to be operating as efficiently as possible. One way to achieve efficiency is to create effective work processes. Come to this class on Thursday, May 3 and … Continue reading

Posted in: Events for Faculty, Staff and Students

Program to help improve listening skills (May 2)

Good listening is an active process and a skill that must be learned. Learn how to be a better listener at “Improving Your Listening Skills” offered Wednesday, May 2, from 1-4 p.m. in HRD. You will learn to: Recognize how … Continue reading

Posted in: Events for Faculty, Staff and Students

Seminar "Can we put a price on vision?" to be held tonight

The U-M Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences will host "Can we put a price on vision? Methods of health state valuation in ophthalmology" at 5:30 p.m. tonight, April 30, at the Kellogg Eye Center.Featuring: Steven M. Kymes, Ph.D., research … Continue reading

Posted in: Announcements

Cancer Center Staff Town Hall Meeting (May 1)

What do your patients need to know? We are creating an orientation DVD to let new patients know what to expect when they come to the Cancer Center. As someone on the front line, we would like your input and … Continue reading

Posted in: Events for Faculty, Staff and Students

Lane closed on Fuller Road from Maiden Lane to Glen today

The curb lane of inbound Fuller Road from Maiden Lane to Glen will be closed on Monday, April 30 from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. due to tree trimming.Flagmen, arrow boards, construction signs and cones will be used to direct … Continue reading

Posted in: Getting Around

Glen Avenue closed between Ann and Catherine Street May 2-5

Glen Avenue will be closed between E. Ann Street and Catherine Street from May 2 – May 5 to accommodate repair of a sanitary sewer pipe in the area.Please see the detour map here and consider seeking alternate routes during … Continue reading

Posted in: Getting Around

Unsecure POP/IMAP email access changes for non-CoreImage devices

Note: This information applies to you only if you access a UMHS Exchange/Outlook email account (med.umich.edu) on a non-CoreImage device. Non-CoreImage devices include smartphones, personal computers or other desktops, laptops and tablet computers that MCIT has not configured. Effective Thursday, … Continue reading

Posted in: Computing & Technology, Policies & Compliance