Hello everyone,

We are putting the finishing touches on a nice high-end conference room in the Library that has multimedia capabilities:
Laptop Web cam Projection unit mounted SmartBoard Conference phone Internet connection ready to go Access to cable for teleconference downlinks DVD/VCR player/recorder.  The conference room seats up to 8-10 people. If you are planning smaller meetings where you need privacy and technology that is readily available (everything is set up, you just need to push the power button), please consider reserving our conference room. It is available for everyone to use for meetings, job interviews, small training sessions, attending a web seminar, brain storming sessions, committee meetings, meetings with off campus constituents, etc. I would like to maximize the use of our facility, so please feel free to call Kami Kleinkopf to reserve the room or fill out the online facilities request form.

We will be continually improving the technology available in the conference room. Some of our plans include: higher end video conferencing, Web-based conferencing, laptops for each participant - the goal is to eventually turn the room into a high-end decision center.

Hope to see many of you here,



Simple Solutions Program Books Still Available!

Get your book by responding to this message anytime throughout the academic year and we'll send it in the interoffice mail. Many employees are asking for a copy for a spouse. Please feel free to get one for yours or a significant other in your life! This program is for our employees on the main campus, at off campus centers, the Area Office on Aging, Refugee Center, and Trans IV. By participating in the program and accepting the Simple Solutions book, you agree to engage in healthy activities throughout the year, Finish at least 15 of the of the 28 activities in this book before April 29, 2005 Use a seatbelt whenever I am in a car Protect my child (birth to 80 lbs) in a safety or booster seat whenever they are in a car Use a helmet whenever I am on a motorcycle or all terrain vehicle Rules Complete activities throughout the year. Look for E-mail and news on this site for upcoming events. Document activities as outlined with each. Take documentation to the HR office to be stamped. You are eligible for a prize of your choice when 15 of the 28 activities are complete. Choices may be found on this site under Rewards. By completing 20 of the 28 activities, you will be eligible for entry in the drawing for one of THREE GRAND PRIZES if your activities are completed by April 29, 2005. Activities
Lipid Profile
Flu Shot (coming in October)
Clinical Breast Exam
PAP Test & Pelvic Exam for Women
PSA & Digital Rectal Exam for Men
Give the Gift of Blood (coming in January)
Cardiac Risk Profile
Blood Pressure Check (with CSI student nurses)
Dental Exam
Eye Exam
Wellness Check-up
Say Yes to Organ & Tissue Donation (see link)
Tobacco Free PledgeVehicle Safety Agreement
Organized Walk/Run
Hit the Trail
Exercise on Your Own
Exercise on Your Own
CSI Health Fair (coming in February)
Smoking Cessation Class
Maintain a Healthy Weight
Volunteer Hours
Solve a Problem Using the EAP (Just call: 1-877-427-2327)
Attend a Wellness/Health Class
Wild Card
Wild Card

Fall Hiking Trip

Fall Hiking Trip, October 16th, Big Cottonwood Canyon. This is a hike suited for nearly everyone; however there will be some steep terrain and high elevations. It will be an all day trip, met at CSI dorm parking lot, from 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 or 7:00 P.M. persons should wear appropriate clothing for the season and proper shoes for hiking (no tennis shoes). Persons must bring water, snacks, and a lunch. For more information contact the CSI Outdoor Program 732-6696. Minimum 6. Maximum 10. $15. Transportation provided. Leader Doug Maughan.