In this week’s issue:
- Extension Online Enrollment Initiative
- Getting to the CORE of Things
- EESC welcomes Gail Wells as Public Issues Education Leader
Extension Online Enrollment Initiative
PACE is committed to helping all Extension county and districts obtain online enrollment access for all programs by 12/31/16. There are no intake windows and we are welcoming all programs, courses, events, workshops. PACE has increased flexibility and scaled up resources to support this Extension initiative. The process begins by submitting an online registration setup request and PACE will follow-up within 24 hours to confirm the information and start working on the request.
Getting to the CORE of Things
Don’t have time to attend in-person CORE training (financial reporting system replacing DataWarehouse)? The CORE Business Intelligence Center (BIC) now offers weekly CORE training sessions through WebEx! Operations Man-ager Diana Lindsley will lead participants through the various features of CORE each Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. To attend, simply click the link below:
30 Minute Wednesday Weekly CORE WebEx Training Sessions
- Hosted by Diana Lindsley, BIC Operations Manager
- Wednesdays from 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
- No need to pre-register
- Access WebEx on Wednesday, Copy and Paste meeting link you’re your browser, https://oregonstate.webex.com/oregonstate/j.php?MTID=mfcfaac9ba569864fb4a49a0a2c14d4e7.
- Enter meeting number 923 272 920 as directed
- For more information or with questions about the Wednesday Weekly WebEx training sessions, contact Diana Lindsley
EESC welcomes Gail Wells as Public Issues Education Leader
From Jennifer Alexander, EESC
I’m pleased to announce that Gail Wells will begin a new role in EESC as Public Issues Education Leader on April 1.
In this position, Gail, along with the EESC news team, will lead development of strategies and content for news, media relations, social media, and impact/accountability communications that support the public service mission of the OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station and enhance public understanding of science and public issues.
Gail welcomes conversation with each of you as she steps up to this new role.
Gail has an extensive communications background with significant experience in scientific writing and editing. Most recently, she has worked as a public service communication specialist in EESC, with primary responsibility for agricultural research news and storytelling. Gail was previously director of the OSU College of Forestry’s communication group. Since 2002, she has also been a writer and editor at Gail Wells Communications. She has published several books, including “The Tillamook: A Created Forest Comes of Age.” Gail has a master’s degree from OSU in scientific and technical communication.
Please join me in welcoming Gail.