To register for an event:
-Click on the event title and follow the links to Register. You will use your UW-Stout Username and Password to log into the registration page.

To view past registrations and attendance:
-Click “My Development”. You will use your UW-Stout Username and Password to login.

Questions or comments:
-Cally Henderson via email or ext. 2289


Upcoming Event
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Price Commons, Glass LoungeEDGE-Using OneDrive for Business
Learn how to use Microsoft’s OneDrive. This session will provide an overview of OneDrive and teach you how to securely store and sync your files across multiple devices, access them anywhere, and share them with coworkers.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Event Planning
Are you responsible for planning and arranging your department’s events? Whether your events are big or small, this session will help you become the event planning expert and “get it done.” The Conference and Events Office will explain the process of reserving a room that fits your needs and provide some helpful tips for basic event planning. You will also learn how to request a room on your own through our virtual reservation system. Dining Services will discuss the preparation and planning steps needed to efficiently place your catering order and complete the required paperwork. We’ll also review the menu options we have available to meet any event’s needs and let you know who to contact for your orders.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- University Accounting and Budget
This session will provide a high level overview of how the university is funded and how the funds are used. Make good budget decisions by gaining a better understanding of funding sources and their rules. You don’t make budget decisions, that’s okay! This session will help you to better understand what you can do to increase funds available to your department and the university.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Travel Made Easy!
This session will provide you with the opportunity to take an in depth tour of the travel portal: Travel Wise. Using the portal we will discuss booking air travel, per diems, lodging, conference registrations, travel authorizations, rental cars, mileage reimbursement, the US Bank Corporate Card & more. As time allows, we will talk about the travel module-E-Reimbursement. Please bring your questions!
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Deep Dive into FERPA
Do you have more questions than answers when it comes to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974? Do you wonder if you may or must provide information? If so, this session is for you! We will review the general principles of FERPA, but also explore some of the more complicated scenarios that face our environment today.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Oakwood RoomEDGE- Payroll Tips and Tricks
This session will review the current HRS Earnings Statement in detail. This session will also provide “tips & tricks” for university staff and unclassified employees and their supervisors related to the timesheets, absence submission and approvals in HRS. In addition, the student payroll process will be reviewed.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE-Purchasing, understanding the guidelines
Ever wonder how to purchase something you need for your office or classroom? This session will show you how. You’ll leave with a basic understanding of the rules and guidelines UW-Stout is required to follow with regard to purchasing. You’ll learn about mandatory contracts, non-mandatory contracts, bidding thresholds, request for bids/proposals, P-cards, Shop@UW and the processes required to make any of these purchasing methods work for you to get you what you need.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Migrating to the new University Website and StoutCloud
The university's website is undergoing a complete rebuild, which will include audits of every department's content on the current website. The content audits will help facilitate the migration of internal audience content to StoutCloud, a permissions-based SharePoint Office 365 intranet site. The new website will utilize a Drupal content management system (CMS) based on structured content that is semantically marked-up. Drupal's content management framework uses a single source model that distributes content to multiple locations. The new website will have a marketing focus to achieve our strategic goals in recruitment, retention, partnerships and fundraising. Learn how your department's content will be audited and migrated to the new website and StoutCloud.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Northwoods Room EDGE- Accounting Forms Compliance
This session will review some of the most commonly used forms that are submitted to Accounting for processing. This session will go over how to properly fill out these forms, as well as what documentation needs to be included as back up with the forms submissions. We will also review the forms that cause the most frustration and how to submit them with ease! We will also touch on the “why” and the “how” of these forms to ensure that every department can properly submit forms to Accounting with confidence.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Marketing and Branding UW-Stout
Everyone on campus serves as a marketer for UW-Stout in some capacity. Therefore, in this session we invite you to learn more about ways to present the value, impact and brand messaging of UW-Stout to various audiences you may encounter as a staff or faculty member. This session will also provide some guidance on how to explain our polytechnic model to various audiences, an overview of marketing services available to you, and reference materials.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomEDGE- Hungry for Data?
Do you need data for decision making, accreditation, research or annual reports but don’t know where to find it or who to ask? This session will help you get answers faster, highlighting sources of student record data, faculty/staff data, financial and survey data, etc. Some of the data sources that will be covered include the new interactive Fact Book, Information Portal, FOCUS 2020 Performance Indicators and Quick Facts. You will also learn about the improved Data Leads Program and the process for requesting data through your department’s data lead.



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