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UTSA celebrates National Employee Learning Week Dec. 3-7

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UTSA's celebration of National Employee Learning Week 2011 -- A special "thank you" goes to UTSA SMEs for providing so many great learning opportunities throughout the year for all UTSA employees.

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(Dec. 3, 2012) -- National Employee Learning Week, Dec. 3-7, recognizes the importance of continuous learning and improvement. It emphasizes the vital connection between a skilled workforce and organizational success. The University of Texas at San Antonio's pursuit of Tier One status includes an essential connection to the lifelong learning of university employees. Studies show a direct correlation between continuous employee development and an organization's ability to achieve its goals.

UTSA is committed to employee learning and values the excellent contributions of the Training and Development division of UTSA's Human Resources department. Additionally, HR Training and Development recognizes the indispensable contribution of more than 100 subject matter experts (SMEs), who teach specialized courses at UTSA.

SMEs are significant contributors to employee development. Through hundreds of classes, including those faclitated by SMEs, UTSA offers its' employees learning opportunities in technical skills as well as professional development.

>> UTSA celebrates National Employee Learning Week this year with an open house for SMEs to give special recognition and express appreciation from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Dec. 7 in the University Center Bexar Room (1.102) on the Main Campus.

For more information, call UTSA Human Resources Training and Development at 210-458-4658 or visit the HR Training and Development website.

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UTSA Subject Matter Experts

SME

Area

Moore, Regina

Accounting Office

Schweers, Cynthia

Accounting Office

Bay, Elizabeth

Budget, Planning and Development

Momen, Sharmin

Budget, Planning and Development

Polendo, Anita

Budget, Planning and Development

Simon, Mary

Budget, Planning and Development

Johnson, Marisol

COEHD Office of the Dean

Garcia, Erica

Compliance

Bixenman. Lisa

Controller

Chapman, Lenora

Controller

Macias-Ollervidez, Diana

Controller

Hernandez, Melissa

Counseling Services

Cartier, Lisa

Disbursements and Travel

Compean, Nora

Disbursements and Travel

Jones, Bradley

Distance Learning

Perkins, Elisa

Enrollment Services

Burns, John

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Delahunt, John

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Falcon, Israel

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Garza, Richard

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Kewley, Keith

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

McCoy, Wendy

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Montoya, Brian

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Moroney, Brian

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Murph, Thomas

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Phelps, Kristee

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Spencer, Randy

Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management

Flaum, Leonard

Equal Opportunity Services

Sosa, Nina

Equal Opportunity Services

Rubio, Joe

Facilities Housekeeping

Garza, Stacie

Fiscal Services

Valles, Chris

Fiscal Services

Leos, Ana

Graduate School

Rodriguez, Monica

Graduate School

Aguilar, Mary Lou

Human Resources

Barrera, Henry

Human Resources

Carter-Stiggers, Kathleen

Human Resources

Covarrubias, Sandy

Human Resources

Diaz David

Human Resources

Elliott, Georgina

Human Resources

Evetts, Jennifer

Human Resources

Fosmire, Ron

Human Resources

Guillot, Missy

Human Resources

Harris, Gloria

Human Resources

Hernandez, Samantha

Human Resources

Hernandez, Sandra

Human Resources

Jett, Anne

Human Resources

Jung, Jenny

Human Resources

Lopez, Jaime

Human Resources

Mazuca, Diane

Human Resources

Pina, Diane

Human Resources

Rover, Catina

Human Resources

Thibodeaux, Fran

Human Resources

Tingle, Bruce

Human Resources

Towey, Joe

Human Resources

Verdon, Judy

Human Resources

White, Claudia

Human Resources

Walker, Sharmane

Human Resources

Benson, Corey

Inclusion and Community Engagement

Trujillo, Ann Margaret

Inclusion and Community Engagement

Todd, Randy

Information Technology

Cordeau, Brian

Institutional Research

Sansone, Vanessa

Institutional Research

Fies, Carmen

Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching

Chavez, JJ

Inventory

Ongay, Olinda

Inventory

Porter, Cassandra

Inventory

Sumner, James

Inventory

Danner, John

Legal Affairs

Arguello, Natasha

Library

Green, DeeAnn

Library

McAdams, Jeff

Library

Orth, Cynthia

Management Reporting and Administration

Pacheco, Araceli

Management Reporting and Administration

Cody, Jean

Office of Sponsored Programs

Garcia, Claudia

Office of Sponsored Programs

Garcia, Elizabeth

Office of Sponsored Programs

Manzano, Jorge

Office of Sponsored Programs

Rocha, Angelika

Office of Sponsored Programs

Kenon, Vanessa

Office of Information Technology

Brinson, Lane

Purchasing

Dickens, Robert

Purchasing

Gohlke, Julie

Purchasing

Jackson, Anne

Purchasing

Maldonado, Irene

Purchasing

Medina, Yvette

Purchasing

Metzger, Peggy

Purchasing

Spain, Ashley

Purchasing

Wollney, Richard

Purchasing

Bordelon, Sara

Registrar

Casas, Tammy

Registrar

Juarez, Enrique

Registrar

Laroque, Martha

Registrar

Marcus, Patricia

Registrar

Rodriguez, Melissa

Registrar

Villarreal, Chris

Registrar

Graves, Rachel

Research Integrity and Compliance

Jimenez, Jefferey

Research Integrity and Compliance

Smith, Ginger

Research Integrity and Compliance

Stevenson, Michelle

Research Integrity and Compliance

Gonzalez, Carol

Student Affairs

Jimenez, Anne

Student Conduct and Community Standards

Maryland, Sasha

Student Financial Aid

Torres, Christian

Student Financial Aid

Lee, Nikki

University Center

Mallard, Charlie

Undergraduate Studies Support and Technology

Salinas, Alicia

Undergraduate Studies Support and Technology

Thomas, LeeAnn

Undergraduate Studies Support and Technology

Brownlee, Tim

University Communications

Brown, Andrea

University Center

Martinez, Maria

University Center

Rivas, Laura

University Center

Carter, Elizabeth

University Police

Merritt, Geoffrey

University Police

Piepho, Melody

University Police

Merritt, Tracy

University Police

Sanchez, Lorenzo

University Police

 

 

 

Did You Know?

UTSA writes the book on all-digital libraries

As touch screens and e-books demand more and more attention from both casual readers and scholars, many people say the handwriting is on the wall for the printed page.

At UTSA, the handwriting is on the wall for a library that doesn't have any printed books.

Since March 2010, the bookless library in the Applied Engineering and Technology Building has given UTSA students an innovative way to read, research and work with each other to solve problems.

With ultra-modern furniture and a décor featuring desktop computers, scanners and LCD screens, the AET Library is designed to engage students in an online format. But it also offers group study niches and study rooms with whiteboards and glass walls on which students can write. The space encourages teamwork, communications and problem solving for the next generation of scientists and professional engineers.

Did you know? The UTSA AET Library is the nation's first completely bookless library on a college or university campus. It served as a model for Bexar County's first-in-the-nation public bookless library system and one of its branches, the Dr. Ricardo Romo BiblioTech.

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