Housing Highlights
September 8, 2021
Housing staff poses with Bucky Badger during Move-In
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Dining Service Changes - Effective 9/10

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the food service industry in the United States through staffing shortages and supply chain issues. To continue providing the best service and high-quality offerings to our residents and customers, and to support Dining staff, we are making several changes to dining service at Gordon and Four Lakes, effective Friday, September 10.
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Another Successful Move-in

As we start a new Academic Year full of hope and new challenges, we look back proudly at another successful move-in of welcoming new Badgers and families. This year, we welcomed 8,469 students into the residence halls. Check out move-in photos and comments from appreciative families, and see how your efforts during move-in made a huge difference for our residents.
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Sellery Hall Renovation Project Update

With the first major summer completed at Sellery Hall, the construction is really taking shape. This project started about 2 ½ years ago when we kicked off the design phase, and now, we have completed about 95% of the final building structure.
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What's Happening in HR?

Effective August 30th, any unvaccinated student or employee is required to test weekly (every 8 days) on campus. The test is a self-administered nasal swab. Last week, affected employees were notified via email if they will need to test weekly.

Housing Hosts Well Wisconsin Screenings and Flu Shot Clinics

University Housing will be hosting Well Wisconsin screenings and a free flu shot clinic on campus this fall for employees. Both events are by-appointment only, so don't forget to register in advance.
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Get to Know Housing Staff: Sarah Barnes

Get to know fellow staff and learn more about what they do! This week's profile features Sarah Barnes, who is a Marketing Specialist in Residential Operations.
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LifeMatters WorkLife Balance Webinars

LifeMatters, along with the UW-Madison Employee Assistance Office, is offering several webinars in the coming months designed to raise awareness on important health topics and enhance employees' work life and skills. Upcoming topics include suicide awareness, procrastination, personal resilience, and more.
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