In the weeks before the winter break, cultural food events were enjoyed by more ADI member groups: the University Audit Office and the President’s and Provost’s Staff. These events follow the CIT food event we wrote about last month.
The IRS is working to develop withholding guidance to implement the tax reform bill signed into law on December 22. We expect Workday to deliver the new guidance and tax tables as soon as they are made available by the IRS.
The University Policy Office will present DFA Conversations in January. This session will feature a general overview of the University Policy Office and a description of how policies are developed and promulgated.
DFA Conversations is a series of ongoing, monthly gatherings designed to encourage and facilitate information exchange between DFA and its campus partners. Each session of DFA Conversations begins with a presentation by a DFA staff member, followed by generous amount of time for feedback, questions, and dialogue among all attendees. These forums serve two purposes: (1) to help members of the university community better understand how DFA supports the university’s mission, and (2) to inform DFA’s teams of the business needs of their customers.
One of the new elements for Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion members this year is events specifically aimed at Cultural Awareness, and one part of that is an event where a unit or group explores foods from other cultures.
Three new pages have been added to the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) website that describe ADI’s initiatives of Cultural Diversity Awareness, Diversity of Thought, and the Student Intern Program. In addition, new posters have been designed and are now being displayed in ADI’s partici
The next DFA Conversations event will take place Friday, December 8, from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m., in G10 Biotechnology Building. This session will feature a general overview of the PCI Data Security Standard, how to safeguard against credit card fraud, and what to do if a breach is suspected.