Being one of the world’s premiere places to work involves looking after employees’ health and wellness, something The University of Texas at Austin has taken a step further with the launch of its newest employee benefits program. Earlier this month, UT Austin rolled out its Wellness Time Off program to support the overall well-being of the university’s leave-eligible employees.
Later today, you will receive a message from President Jay Hartzell announcing my decision to leave the university. Coupled with this message will be the announcement that the Facilities Planning and Management (FPM) team, previously reporting to David Darling, will transition to the Business Strategies and Operations portfolio to be led by Jim Davis in his new role as Vice President for Business Strategies and Operations.
Dear FAS colleagues,
I am pleased to announce that Justin Pickens has accepted the role of Budget Director effective 12/1/2022.
Dear FAS colleagues,
I am pleased to announce that Heather Hanna has been appointed as the Executive Director for Enterprise Business IT Solutions (eBITS) effective October 1, 2022.
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As The University of Texas at Austin continues its work toward a greener campus, it is being globally recognized for its efforts.
Diversity & Inclusion Highlight: Facilities Services Add Evening Time Slots and Live Interpretation at Team Meetings
Facilities Services (FS) has practiced diversity and inclusion in their daily work in many different ways. At their June 2022 all hands meeting they incorporated new practices to add to their efforts which they plan to continue.
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You have access to a wealth of resources to help you build projects and campaigns! Download the University brand book and toolkit to peruse templates (stationery, presentations, print and web files), images, icons – and guidelines on how to use them. Feel free to contact FAS Communications with any questions you might have about the brand guides or how you can apply them to your unit's communications.