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“Emory Closed” doesn’t affect TOC operations

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“Emory University will be closed because of severe weather conditions.” How does such an announcement affect employees that provide essential services? Essential Services: Regardless of the university’s cancellation decision, certain employees who perform vital duties are expected to report to work. Because the UTS Technical Operations Center (TOC) provides essential services for both Emory Healthcare and […]

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Call Center rises to the occasion

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As always, the Call Center is there to rise to the occasion. Since we are considered essential staff we had to show up and do what we do best! Take calls. The best thing was the spirit in which our staff handled the adverse situations. We were high on chocolates and laughter. Most of the […]

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UTS Coordinator team handles the shutdown

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The UTS Coordinator Team left Emory on Tuesday, January 28 like most other employees at around 12:30…then the calls started coming in… Lamar Kelly (UTS) received the first call around 12:50 from Sharon Gregory (UTS) at the Service desk. Venise Lee (UTS) rerouted their calls before leaving the office that day to the After Hours […]

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Dana goes the extra mile (ok, miles)

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Dana Kuebler (UTS) was one of those good samaritans you have probably heard about during the madness that was rush hour last Tuesday. She doesn’t do these things for accolades or recognition – this is just who she is. When the university closed last week at 1:00 p.m., in her usual fashion, Dana cheerfully (and I […]

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Ham radio with Tom Armour

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Tom Armour (UTS) recently received the DXCC Certificate for ham radio operation. This certificate, which stands for the distant contact century club, is awarded to operators who have confirmed contacts with over 100 geographic entities (or countries) around the world.  There are currently 340 accepted DXCC entities which are composed of countries and geographically separate places (for example: Hawaii […]

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LITS Employment Opportunities

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The following are  job posting within LITS. Previously, University Libraries have provided these listings as part of their own internal communications and we thought our full organization would benefit from them. New Postings: Exhibitions Graphic Designer, ETS (Posting #40912BR) Science Librarian, Robert W. Woodruff Library (Posting #40578BR) Enterprise Messaging Systems Adm III, OIT (Posting #40670BR) […]

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