On behalf of my family, I would like to say "thank you" to Dr. Sandel, the college administration, staff and my faculty colleagues for their support during this difficult time as my family mourns the loss of my father.
My heart is full of gratitude for the beautiful peace lily plant, the e-mails, and the cards that have been sent. I am very touched by my VWCC family's kindness, generosity, and concern.
Avoid using stationary in Outlook, as it normally requires more space, especially if there are background colors and graphic images included. Also, if someone is viewing your email outside of Outlook it may be formatted vastly different than how you intended.
Avoid using long signatures. Usually your name and contact information will be sufficient for most correspondence from Virginia Western. Having a compact signature makes it easier to read messages too.
Keep in mind that every message you send gets copied to your “Sent” folder, so stationary and signatures end up taking a lot of space over time if you include them on all your emails.
Be sure and check your “Sent” and “Deleted” folders every month or so in order to delete any unwanted emails. If you have any voicemail to email messages, they take up the most room and deleting them from your “Deleted” folder regularly will free up a lot of space.
If you have any questions please contact the Help Desk at email@example.com or call us at 77354.
The Open Computer Lab in M302 will be closed Tuesday, June 24th. The lab will reopen on Wednesday, June 25th at 8 a.m.
Summer ID Office Hours (Drop In)
Effective May 19, 2014
Dates and Times:
May 19 - 22
11 am - 5:30 pm
11 am-5:30 pm
Thomas Center, Second Floor Lobby area
All students must bring a Government Issued Photo ID (i.e., Driver's License) AND a copy of their current class schedule.
Faculty and staff need to bring their ID Request form filled out and signed by their supervisor.
Appointments can be arranged May 26-June 23, June 27 and June 30 with Nick Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Natasha Lee (email@example.com)
No IDs will be made after June 30 due to office moving to the new Student Life Center.
Depression: Men are less likely than women to seek help for depression and are 4x as likely to commit suicide. If you feel "down and out", "hopeless", or "sad" for an extended period of time, you may be suffering from depression. Help can take the form of medication, counseling or a combination of both.
Men and Depression: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/men-and-depression/index.shtml
These helpful hints brought to you by the Health, Wellness and Fun Committee of the Staff Senate.
Are you ready for the 30 DAY SQUAT CHALLENGE?
That's right, challenge yourself to do the 30 Day Squat Challenge. What else have you been doing this summer? How's that swimming going? Running all over the place? Is the bicycle still in the garage? Don't leave work, don't change clothes. If you can bend, you can squat.
Print out this chart - http://monicaelayne.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/squat-challenge.jpg . Lead a group in your area or join a friend. Get up and get it done!
Don't know how to do a squat? Sorry, that's no excuse - here's a video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-eQooI6Yds
July 1st - it's about to go down!
Brought to you by the Health-Wellness-Fun Committee of the Staff Senate.
The Staff Senate will hold our annual meeting/luncheon on Wednesday, July 16th beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Fralin Center.
Come join us for a fun Mexican-themed lunch (Catered by Chipotle) with games, prizes, salsa dancing and more!
Have a dessert that is your specialty? Bring your favorite dessert for our Dessert Contest! No need to sign up in advance, just bring it to the room before 11:30 a.m. Cold items can be kept in the refrigerator in room HP204 (Catering Kitchen).
All full and part-time classified staff are invited and encouraged to attend!
IN ORDER FOR US TO KNOW HOW MUCH FOOD TO ORDER, PLEASE REGISTER! You only need to complete the information marked with the red asterisk http://calendar.activedatax.com/virginiawestern/EventRegistration.aspx?Rid=134&Iid=836557&Frm= This link has been fixed!
More information to come! Get over the Hump by joining us on Wednesday, July 16th! Questions? Contact Tara Nepper.
There's only one cure for Friday Night Fever - a night out with your co-workers at Buffalo Wild Wings. Stop by Buffalo Wild Wings Tanglewood after work on Friday, June 27th for a meal, a drink, conversation, and fun! No agenda, no to-do list, just wind down on a Friday night. The conversation and fun is free, everything else you have to pay for.
This event is the brain child of the Health-Wellness-FUN Committee of the Staff Senate but everyone is welcome to attend.