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UFIS Scheduled Maintenance 11/13 – 11/16

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STARTS: NOVEMBER 13 AT 5:00 pm MST END: NOVEMBER 16 AT 8:00 am MST Details Please be aware that on November 13, 2020, the University Faculty Information & Support (UFIS) Team will conduct a scheduled outage on our systems and services. All our services hosted in UFIS will be affected. The outage is expected to […]

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U-CV System Reminder

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Just a reminder to review your CV in the University-wide CV System (U-CV) and consider which recent activities may need to be added. Listed below are a few of the major categories along with entry tips. Publications To import publications from PubMed, select “PubMed Download” from the “Publications” center navigation menu or use the CV […]

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UFIS Scheduled Maintenance 9/26 – 9/28

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STARTS: SEPTEMBER 26 AT 8:00 MST END: SEPTEMBER 28 AT 8:00 MST Details Please be aware that on September 26, 2020, the University Faculty Information & Support (UFIS) Team will conduct a scheduled outage on our systems and services. All our services hosted in UFIS will be affected. The outage is expected to last from […]

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E-Survey – Do you need to gather data?

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We want to remind you of an MBM-developed web application that is available to faculty, staff, and students at no cost. “E-Survey” enables you to create web-based questionnaires that can include open-ended questions, matrix-style questions, and multiple-choice questions that contain text and graphics. The tool allows you to create reusable distribution lists of people who […]

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Update Your Find a Doctor Profile

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One of the most important tools that patients and referring providers use to find and learn more about University of Utah Health physicians and allied health professionals is our Find A Doctor (FAD) website application located at healthcare.utah.edu/fad. FAD receives about 200,000 views a month and is one of our website’s most utilized resources. The search […]

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UCV Main features

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UCV started before the One U initiative, however its goal is the same: A single system that brings together all faculty data.  Some benefits of this new system include moving to current web technologies, providing a means to generate CVs, standardizing activity data across colleges and enabling more accurate aggregate reporting for department and college […]

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FAR/Faculty Profile Schedule Maintenance

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Due to planned maintenance, This Applications will be unavailable:  Campus Directory UGIVE FAR/Faculty Profile This infrastructure maintenance is necessary to keep the University of Utah systems current and running efficiently. Note: This notice will be posted in CIS leading up to the change, and splash pages for unavailable systems will be posted during the outage. These […]

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Update Your Find a Doctor Profile

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One of the most important tools that patients and referring providers use to find and learn more about University of Utah Health physicians and allied health professionals is our Find A Doctor (FAD) website application located at healthcare.utah.edu/fad. FAD receives about 200,000 views a month and is one of our website’s most utilized resources. The search […]

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U-CV – What’s New or Changed?

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University of Utah Enterprise CV System – UCV The University CV (UCV) replaces the MBM CV tool and FAR (Faculty Activity Report) databases. This list is not meant to be a comprehensive view of every change (there have been so many!), but a highlight to help users get familiar with the system quickly. Please contact […]

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E-Survey – Do you need to gather data?

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We want to remind you of an MBM-developed web application that is available to faculty, staff, and students at no cost. “E-Survey” enables you to create web-based questionnaires that can include open-ended questions, matrix style questions, and multiple-choice questions that contain text and graphics. The tool allows you to create reusable distribution lists of people […]

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