Princeton’s annual Fall Mammography Screening Program for female faculty and staff members age 35 and over will be held during the week of November 3 in collaboration with Princeton Radiology at Quakerbridge and Princeton Radiology. Offered in addition to our annual spring program, the screening features digital equipment and Princeton’s own appointment schedule, available on a first-come-first-served basis at two convenient locations.
Human Resources has sent eligible female facult
The Annual Benefits Open Enrollment Period for 2015 for faculty and staff begins Monday, October 20, 2014, and ends on Friday, November 14, 2014. All benefits-eligible employees have the opportunity to review and, if necessary, modify benefits choices as needed.
The University encourages all faculty and staff who are disabled or protected veterans to self-identify voluntarily and confidentially by clicking on the Veteran Status and/or Disability Status link in HR Self Service under Personal Information.
Congratulations to the following individuals on being named to represent staff members on the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) for FY2015.
Nancy Burnett has been elected as the administrative representative and Charles Kruger has been elected as the alternate representative.
Nancy is the program manager for the Program on Science and Global Security within the Woodrow Wilson School, where she has worked since 2007. Prior to her role with this program, Nancy worked in other
On Thursday, July 24, the two onsite Health Coaches, Lisa Calabrese, RN, and Gerry Pierre, RD, CDE, will be leading a guided tour of the Princeton Farmer’s Market (next to the Princeton Public Library). On Wednesday, July 30, at noon, Best Doctors will present a special webinar entitled “Taking Healthy Habits to Heart: What is a Heart Healthy Life.” Dr. Corey Goldman, a leading specialist in cardiovascular disease, will share tips for a heart healthy life and ways that you can prevent hear
Romy Riddick, director of diversity and inclusion in the Office of Human Resources since 2012, has been named executive director for client services in the Office of Human Resources at Princeton University. Riddick has served as acting executive director for client services since February.
The Office of Human Resources received the University Department Recognition Award from the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center at the Lavender Graduation held on May 10, 2014. The graduation ceremony celebrates the achievements of graduating students and honors the contributions of Princeton students, staff and faculty.
United Way officials and Princeton University representatives gathered May 1 in Chancellor Green to acknowledge the $169,767.65 raised for the United Way in this year's campaign.
Because of flooding in the area, campus opening is delayed until 10 a.m., Thursday, May 1, 2014. Only employees in critical or essential roles should report to work or stay on for shifts requiring them to work before 10 a.m.
During the University's annual Service Recognition Luncheon on March 27 in Jadwin Gymnasium, Human Resources honored 388 employees who attained service milestones in 2013. In addition, five staff members were recognized for their commitment to excellence and exceptional performance and two staff members were honored for their leadership potential. More detail can be found in an article published by the Office of Communications.
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