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Effective immediately: please use our new Catalyst survey to submit stories, publications, and associated media for inclusion in the newsletter. The survey confirmation page provides a link to our drop box, where you can upload photos and graphics.
UW Travel Reimbursements are processed using the Ariba eTravel Online System. After submitting your expenses for reimbursement, you will receive two e-mails from the Ariba Administrator. Please do not reply directly to these automated e-mails.
If you would rather not receive e-mails, please refer to the eTravel website at http://www.washington.edu/admin/finserv/travel/etravel.html and review the guidelines on: How to Change E-mail Preferences & How to Approve (found on T & E Dashboard).
NOTE: Web Pine Users will need to enter the right arrow key twice to open these e-mails in web format.
FOR QUESTIONS, please contact: CAROL CROWELL at 616-6245 or email@example.com.
The Hornbein Library (BB-1444) includes a collection of textbooks (alcove, middle of the south wall) and historical volumes and new additions (glass cabinets at the back of the room). To borrow any of the books, please contact Julie Baker, Room #BB1415 (543-2475 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Commons library (BB-1428) includes donated books of fiction and general interest. Please respect the honor system; i.e., borrow a book and return it so that someone else can read it. To donate, simple send books to Julie Baker, Box 356540.
BB1444 and BB1416 are available via the UW Outlook Exchange server. For availability, search for “rooms/resources” and the names of the rooms: ANESTH BB1444 or ANESTH BB1416. If you are not on Outlook Exchange, or if you need help, contact Julie Baker, 543-2475 or email@example.com or Fred Hilerio, 221-2986 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*NOTE: The Chair’s Office has priority consideration for use of BB1416.
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Reservations Must Include:
After 5:00 pm, the individual in charge of the meeting will need to turn out lights and lock the doors when the meeting is ended; or they will be held responsible for theft and/or damages.