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Ruth Reyes-Johnson Joins the SULAIR HR Team

"I am pleased to announce that Ruth Reyes-Johnson has joined the SULAIR HR team as our Human Resources Associate replacing Malini Doering. Malini took a position within S.U.'s School of Education as their Doctoral Program Officer.

Ruth comes to us with 12 plus years of related experience in HR administrative responsibilities to include extensive disability and leave management experience. Her primary responsibilities with SULAIR will be disability, workers compensation and family leave management, payroll processing, and policy resource for time and leave administrators for staff.

Commuter Incentives from Parking & Transportation

TOC for February:

  1. Stanford Commute Club now offers up to $300 per year
  2. Commute Club members received fall quarter payments in December
  3. Want to reach 10,000 steps a day? Alternative transportation can help you succeed
  4. Zipcar is offering $40 in driving credit and $36 overnight rates
  5. Request a Clipper card for free for a limited time, and use pre-tax payroll deduction if eligible

1. Stanford Commute Club now offers up to $300 per year
Be part of the Commute Club’s 10 Year Celebration

Laszlo Jakusovszky to Become New Media Microtext Op Manager

I'm happy to announce that Laszlo Jakusovszky has accepted our offer to become the Operations Manager in Media Microtext. His first day in MM will be February 1, 2012.

"HighWire Bolsters Management Team with Key Business Development and COO Appointments"

A Press Release from HighWire on January 4, 2012 announces the appointments of Bill Matthews as Director of Business Development, and Ed Braniff as Chief Operations Officer.

The Press Release states, "The staff structural expansion is designed to further enhance HighWire’s organizational focus on innovation, community and customer service."

For more information about these appointments, please read the Press Release attached below.

Emily Alschbach Joins the Team at the GSB Library

We are pleased to welcome Emily Alschbach as our new Research & Instruction Librarian at the Graduate School of Business Library. Emily holds a master's degree from the School of Information at the University of Michigan; she also did a double major as an undergrad at Michigan in English and Science, Technology and Society. Most recently she worked at Morgan Stanley. Among her other duties, Emily will be responsible for instruction to the GSB and Stanford community, and offering research support as part of our Research Services team.

Please join us in welcoming Emily to Stanford.

Stanford FCU Can Help with Resolutions That Revolve Around Finances!

Happy New Year!

As the new year takes off, I want to share how Stanford FCU can help with resolutions that revolve around finances. sfculogo.gifMany of us are taking closer looks at our current checking accounts to see how we can save money. In the beginning of January, we launched a campaign “Get rid of the Piggy Bank.” - you may have seen the ads throughout Palo Alto. Some of the benefits of banking with us are:

The Future of Books, Research Libraries, and Scholarly Publishing: An Insider's View

"The future of books, research libraries, and scholarly publishing: an insider's view" by University Librarian Mike Keller is the ouverture to Bulletin des bibliothèques de France, "L'avenir des bibliothèques : vues d'ailleurs" [t. 56, no. 6, 2011. p. 26.], published in December.

The Community Police Academy (CPA)

The Community Police Academy (CPA) starts today, January 11, 2012 at 5:30pm. The CPA is a 9-week class that exposes participants to the day-to-day activities of the Stanford Department of Public Safety through classroom and hands-on activities. Some of the classes include: department philosophy, evidence collection, search and seizure laws, use of force, DUI, and patrol procedures. Past field trips (optional) have included tours of the jail, the morgue, and the ability to experience "high speed" driving in a closed and safe environment.

Welcome Emma Tisovec

As we say goodbye to Pat Hall, we welcome Emma Tisovec who joined the staff of the Serials Access & Maintenance Unit on January 10 as our half-time Specialist to fill Pat’s position.

Farewell to Pat Hall

After 24 years of exemplary service to Stanford University Libraries, Pat Hall is retiring to spend more time with her family and enjoy her grandchildren.

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