Assistant Professor – Democracy and Justice Studies

The Department of Democracy and Justice Studies, with emphases in American Studies, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, US and the World, and Women’s and Gender Studies, seeks an Assistant Professor in political science, or other closely related field, with specialization in areas such as Public Law, Law & Courts, or Law & Society, and a focus on one or more of the following subjects: constitutional law, criminal justice reform, legal research and writing, immigration and immigrants’ rights, and/or racial and ethnic justice movements. Candidates with experience teaching in higher education will be given preference.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, December 16, 2018.

Employee Spotlight: Ryan Stenlund

Ryan StenlundName: Ryan Stenlund

Hometown: Oak Creek, WI

Major/Minor: Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing and HR Management

How long have you been a Student at UWGB? I am a senior.

Personal interests: Sports, family, girlfriend, friends, music, hunting and fishing

Random facts/interests: I have been to almost all 50 states

Best vacation you’ve been to? Lake Powell in Arizona

Do you have a favorite quote? “All the Gods, All the Heavens, All the Hells are within you”

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Matthew McConaughey

If you could change one thing about working here, what would it be?  Nothing!

If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be?  Eric Church

If you could witness any historical event, what would you want to see? Something in Sports

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Not a meal, but ice cream

If you were an animal what would you be? Dog

If your house was burning down, what is the one non-living thing you would save? The expensive stuff

Tell us a little about yourself.  I am from just south of Milwaukee; I picked UWGB because it is in between my parents and my family in Upper Michigan; I have a Red Lab named Whiskey at home; my girlfriend goes to UW Madison; I have been to Canada; I love sports especially Wisconsin sports; I got into Human Resources from the classes here and am excited about my future

Tell us a little bit about your family. I am very close with my family. They live in Southeast Wisconsin, Madison, Sheboygan, Upper Michigan, Maryland and North Carolina. My parents are my biggest supporters and I really would not be where I am without them.

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us?  I hope to get on the show Survivor at some point

What advice would you give to incoming freshman? Meet people and stay here as often as possible.

What celebrity do people think you look like? Eric Church

What do you like to do in your spare time? Play xbox, hang with friends, read articles on Facebook

What else do you do for fun? I have been to many concerts; I have seen Kenny Chesney 4 times

What is the first concert you attended? Miranda Lambert

What is your favorite meal? Steaks or spaghetti

What is your favorite sport? Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, Soccer

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work? Hunting, fishing, watching sports, playing xbox, hanging with friends and my girlfriend

What one food do you wish had zero calories? Ice cream

What phobias do you have? I don’t like bugs

What tv show/movie are you ashamed to admit you love? The OC

What’s on your bucket list? Travel to as many places as possible

What’s the one thing, you can’t live without? Phone

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten? Cricket at state fair

What’s your favorite thing to do in Green Bay? Watch Packer games

Where is your favorite place to eat? Carrabba’s

Where would you like to go on a dream vacation? Italy, Alaska or an island in Mexico

 

UW Employees May Choose Electronic-only Distribution of W-2 and 1095-C Forms

UW employees now have the option of receiving all future W-2 and 1095-C forms each January via electronic-only distribution, thus eliminating paper form distribution via U.S. mail.

The W-2 form states an employee’s compensation and tax withholding amounts for the previous calendar year. The 1095-C form documents that an employee who worked full-time for all or some months in the previous year was offered health insurance coverage.

How Do I Choose Electronic-only Distribution of my W-2 and 1095-C Forms?
To choose electronic-only distribution of your W-2 and 1095-C forms, you are required to complete a consent form for both the W-2 form and the 1095-C form. Both consent forms must be submitted by January 11, 2019 for electronic-only distribution of these tax forms in 2019.

If you consent to W-2 and 1095-C form electronic-only distribution, you may withdraw your consent at any time. Your consent will cease if you terminate UW employment. Note: These consent options do not apply to the 1042-S form. 1042-S forms are available electronically in the Glacier Online Tax Compliance System for employees who choose electronic delivery through that system.

If you do not complete the consent forms, your W-2 and 1095-C forms will continue to be mailed to the mailing address you have listed in the MyUW portal. You may review and update your address in the MyUW portal via the portal Personal Information tile.

Why Should I Consent to Electronic-only Distribution?

  • Secure method of delivery with less risk of lost or stolen forms.
  • Electronic forms are available earlier than mailed paper forms.
  • Reduced administrative costs of generating W-2 and 1095-C forms.
  • Environmentally friendly.

Completing the Electronic-only Consent Form(s)
The option to choose electronic-only distribution is now available. Follow the instructions below. It’s quick and easy:

  • Log into the My UW Portal
  • Go to the Payroll Information tile and select “Tax Statements.”
  • On the Tax Statements page, choose “Consent to receive W-2 electronically” and/or “Consent to receive 1095-C electronically.” Reminder: you must complete the two separate consent forms to choose electronic-only distribution for both the W-2 form and the 1095-C form.
  • Read the provided instructions.
  • Check the “I consent…” checkbox.
  • Choose the “Submit” button.
  • You will receive an email confirming your consent within 24 hours. You will also receive an email by January 31, 2019 alerting you to the electronic availability of your W-2 and/or 1095-C forms.

Withdrawing Consent: The same instructions noted above apply to withdrawing consent, except that an alternative checkbox must be chosen to submit consent withdrawal. An email is sent within 24 hours of submitting withdrawal.

If you have any questions regarding choosing electronic-only distribution of your W-2 and 1095-C forms, contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu.

Source: UW Service Center

Upcoming Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) Webinars: Achieving Financial Goals & Your Retirement Savings Options

Register now to attend these informative webinars about the UW System Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) Plan, hosted by a T. Rowe Price representative.

Achieving Financial Goals
Explore your personal financial goals for retirement and how to balance them with life’s other financial priorities, such as building emergency savings, paying down debt, or saving toward a college education.

You’ll also explore planning tools and resources from T. Rowe Price, your plan service provider, that can help you along the way.

Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Time:  11:00 a.m.

Register to Attend

Your Retirement Savings Options
Learn important details about your distribution options under your retirement plan, explained by representatives from T. Rowe Price, your plan’s service provider.

You’ll hear about key financial considerations for each option and have the opportunity to ask questions to determine which might be best for you.

Date:  Thursday, December 6, 2018

Time:  11:00 a.m.

Register to Attend

Well Wisconsin Webinar – Managing Time, Managing Stress

What better season to talk about stress and time management than around the holidays? Stop feeling excess pressure, anxiety, and stress, and be in control of your life with ideas you can implement now. It’s about you this holiday season.

Learn about:ThanksgivingBusy

  • The effects of long term stress on our health
  • Stress and time management techniques
  • How to manage holiday stress

Date: Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Time: 12:00 to 12:30 p.m.

Location: Cofrin Library, 7th floor, room 735

No need to RSVP – just mark your calendar to join us, and bring your lunch!

You could also participate in this webinar at your workstation if you prefer – please visit wellwisconsin.staywell.com and go to Wellness Webinars to register.

All webinars are recorded and available to Well Wisconsin Program participants on the StayWell wellness portal after the event date.

To access the StayWell wellness portal, you must be an employee, retiree, or spouse enrolled in the State of Wisconsin or Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance Programs.

 

Assistant Professor – Communication & Information Science

The Communication and Information Science department at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks applicants for a tenure-track position.  Responsibilities include the preparation and delivery of supporting and upper-level undergraduate courses in a variety of communication areas. Potential courses include Digital Journalism, Sports PR, Writing and Promotion, and Mass Media Advertising.  Candidates with expertise in digital journalism and storytelling, sports communication, or social media are highly encouraged to apply.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, January 20, 2019.

Assistant Professor – Athletic Training & Coordinator of Clinical Education

The Department of Human Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Athletic Training. This faculty member will receive administrative release time in order to serve as the Coordinator of Clinical Education for the new professional Master’s Degree in Athletic Training (MAT). Candidates with experience as a Coordinator of Clinical Education for a Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) accredited Athletic Training program, professional clinical experience as an Athletic Trainer, certification to teach BLS for healthcare providers, and previous teaching and/or clinical supervision experience within a CAATE accredited program are strongly encouraged to apply. In addition, candidates with a record of establishing relationships with internal and external constituents and demonstrated ability to successfully teach a breadth of post-secondary Athletic Training-related courses are also strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, December 10, 2018.

Red Rosemary Vinegar

IngredientsVinegar

  • 1 quart red wine vinegar
  • 1 handful rosemary sprigs
  • 2 thoroughly clean 16-ounce jars with plastic lids

Directions

  1. Wash and dry rosemary.
  2. Crush lightly to release fragrance, then divide into 2 jars.
  3. Pour vinegar into a nonreactive pan (almost anything but aluminum) and bring just to the boiling point (about 8 to 10 minutes at medium-high heat).
  4. Pour vinegar into jars and put caps on jars. Let sit for 2 weeks.
  5. To prepare a gift, strain vinegar into pretty bottles. Add a fresh sprig of rosemary to the new bottle. Seal and present.

Note: Vinegar’s acidity makes it safer than most home-canning projects. But if your flavored vinegar starts to mold or show signs of fermenting (bubbling, severe cloudiness, or sliminess), throw it out!  (Gluten-free)

Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC

Flip Around Your Mattress Today for Better Sleep Tonight

Bed

Most manufacturers recommend flipping and rotating your mattress every so often in order for it to last its full life expectancy, but you’re not alone if you tend to skip this chore. Tonight is the night. If you want to sleep better, don’t put it off any longer. You deserve to rest on a mattress that’s comfortable and supportive.

Newer mattresses only have one “sleeping side,” so there’s no need to flip them over. But rotating your mattress on a regular schedule is just as important. You should rotate your mattress every three months. And don’t forget your box spring. It should be rotated, not flipped, every six months. You may just find that new spot on the mattress is just what you needed for a better night’s sleep.

Article from the StayWell Company, LLC

Academic Department Associate (87.5%)

Under the general direction of the Chairs of Humanities, Art & Design, Music, and Theatre & Dance, this position performs budgetary and administrative support for over 75 faculty/staff members within Humanities, the Writing Center, First Nation Studies, Gateways to Phoenix Success, Art & Design, Music, and Theatre & Dance.  This position will work full-time during the nine months of the academic year and half-time during the summer months.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, November 12, 2018.