Monthly Archives: March 2013

Victoria White, PS EPM Developer III, Enterprise Applications

Photo of new employee Victoria White

Victoria joins the Enterprise Applications team as a PeopleSoft (PS) Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) developer. Previously she worked on multiple engagements as a  PS EPM and Reporting consultant, where she traveled to different client sites in the southeast. She has done this work for the past twelve years. Victoria got an MBA from the University […]

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Go Red For Women Day in the Call Center

Photo of OIT staff wearing red clothing

On February 1, the UTS Call Center celebrated Go Red for Women Day, where everyone was asked to wear red in support of women’s heart health. The Call Center put up an informative display and used it to distribute hand outs and heart-healthy snacks. Every February, the American Heart Association (AHA) acknowledges women and their lifelong role […]

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Coordination Team Moves Financial Services For St. Joe’s

Exterior photo of 235 Peachtree Street, Altanta

EHI Patient Financial Services wanted to consolidate all of its financial services in one place following the Emory merger with St. Joseph’s Hospital (SJH). In addition, they wanted to move all of their physical employees to 235 Peachtree (the Peachtree Center Building). Beginning  in January and completing on January 18, the project involved moving 198 […]

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UTS Managers Engage in Visual Storytelling

Photo of man next to a wall covered with "sticky notes."

How many times have you heard an inspiring message, only to forget about it later? The best information in the world is meaningless if your story doesn’t stick with your audience. On Thursday, January 30, during an engaging one-day Visual Story Workshop based on Nancy Duarte’s award-winning book, “Slide:ology,” Michael Duarte taught UTS Managers some […]

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Explore Emory: Relax and be More Productive?

Photo of a roof view of the Emory Planetarium

It’s a shame not to take advantage of at least some of what Emory has to offer, isn’t it? Last year, the PMO substituted one of its weekly staff meetings for a customized trip through the Carlos Museum. A month ago, we invited twenty of our closest friends (i.e. recent project team members and sponsors) to […]

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Paul Mitchell Honored By Decatur Focus

Front page of the January/February 2013 issue of the "Decatur Focus"

Paul Mitchell (Enterprise Applications) was in the Decatur Focus last month after being honored as one of Decatur’s 2012 Hometown Heroes. According to the article, “Paul Mitchell has been a Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project volunteer since its founding in 2003. Paul has professional skills in all aspects of home repair and renovation. In 2010, Paul joined […]

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DATAM8R Gets a Three-Dimensional Reward

Photo of a mobile made of cards.

When Barbara Anderson (Integration) got to work last week, she found a surprise from Elizabeth Bell and Erika Buchholz (both of Integration) in her cubicle…an amazing, three-dimensional data model! Barbara was the architect of Emory Shared Data (ESD). Nicknamed “the DATAM8R” (it is on her car license tag), Barbara created the entity relationship diagram as […]

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