The University’s Shared Leave Program, is accepting donations in support of University community members in need. If you’re an eligible faculty or staff member, you can donate some of your accrued vacation hours to the program. All donations will provide additional paid leave benefits to eligible employees who have experienced certain catastrophic events.
Completing your training requirements is an important step in helping ensure a safe and positive learning and workplace environment for the entire university community. Your required annual trainings now are open in myLearn, and must be completed by Sept. 30.
The window to complete the annual training requirements opened on August 15. Reminders will be sent during the training period until courses are complete.
To complete your online courses, login to myLearn and click the “Learning Plan” icon. It is at the top of the page and looks like a puzzle piece. You will find the required courses listed as Assigned Learning on this page. Training required for this fiscal year will be clearly marked as due on Sept. 30, 2019. The University of Missouri Campus Emergency Alert Training may have a filled in green status dot. If the due date is Sep 30, 2019, it is required at this time. Once you ‘Launch’ the course, you will need to choose the Restart button and take the course from the beginning.
- Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention & Title IX v5
- Global Cybersecurity Basics
- University of Missouri System Campus Emergency Alert Training
If you are not using a university computer, you will need to enable pop-ups for the training site. For assistance, please contact the HR Service Center at 235-1621.
On June 21st, the University of Missouri Board of Curators reviewed and approved revisions to our Collected Rules and Regulations (CRRs) that will provide faculty and staff with more flexibility as they use paid leave. Review the summaries of the changes below, or access the complete, revised CRRs for additional information.
Immigration Attorney Judy Bordeau of Bordeau Immigration Law LLC recently spoke at UMKC concerning the Executive Order instituting a travel ban for individuals from the countries of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. She discussed the implications of the travel ban and strategies for travelling internationally for the next 90 days and moving forward. On her website you can find information for individuals who will be travelling internationally and updates as changes to the Executive Order and related procedures occur. You can also find a copy of her handout from the talk below, which summarizes the most recent changes to the executive order issued on March 6, 2017 and the individuals that may be impacted by it.