Help MIT meet its Climate Action Plan by joining the MIT Green Labs Program. Simply register your lab by April 18 and fill out the Green Lab Assessment Form. This form highlights effective strategies your lab can adopt to save energy and water and reduce waste.
Have you ever gotten an email that appears to be from a legitimate company telling you your account has been suspended? Or telling you that you need to reset your password? Often times, these emails are phishing scams. Phishing is illegitimate solicitation of personal information via email.
The Introduction to Sourcing and Procurement class provides an overview of purchasing tools, requirements, and resources at MIT. Designed for new employees who make purchasing decisions, new employees who create requisitions or verify credit card charges, and experienced employees who are looking for a review of purchasing at MIT.
Open to everyone.
Essentials of Managing provides new MIT managers and experienced managers seeking a refresher on best practices with a solid foundation for managing effectively at MIT.
Offered by Human Resources, the multi-session cohort program includes in-person workshops, a self-assessment, web-based training, and ongoing conversations between the participants and their managers.
Participants will learn and grow along with managers from across MIT. Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:
Two new Cognos-based Financial Review and Control (FRC) monitoring reports are now available to help reviewers and managers oversee the progress and completion of the monthly FRC process more effectively.
The MIT Office of Sustainability has published the results of the first comprehensive campus greenhouse gas inventory, giving the MIT community the opportunity to understand, study, and improve decision-making on the campus’s climate impact.
The Professional Development Committee of the Working Group on Support Staff Issues (WGSSI) is hosting a 1.5 hours workshop, " Up and Running with Drupal " in conjunction with Drupal Cloud expert and Senior Web Engineer, Mark J. Pearrow from the Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab.
Thursday, Feb 4, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Grand Cayman Conference Room (NE49-3100)
This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge and skills needed to function effectively in a position with fiscal responsibilities. Using interactive group exercises, games, and case studies, participants learn basic concepts of financial administration at MIT and practice using these concepts in realistic work situations.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
This release is part of MIT’s migration to HANA, SAP’s next-generation in-memory database.