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UMB Day of Service

Pop! Farm Day of Service is an opportunity for the UMB community to learn more about the amazing communities across Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and provide some extra hands in a beautiful community garden. Students, staff, and faculty are all welcome! Pop! Farm is a community garden in Southwest Baltimore’s Poppleton neighborhood where community members grow their own fresh produce. You can register for one of two volunteer shifts: 10 a.m. to noon or noon to 2 p.m. All volunteers will begin at the Community Engagement Center.

  
Bill Joyner Community ServiceAugust 25, 20170 comments
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Policies

New CITS Policy on Media Disposal

There has been an extensive update to the UMB Policy on Disposal of Media Containing Data.

The policy now addresses new technology concerns and provides a consistent form to address custody of media containing secure data during the disposal process. Please address questions to the chief information security officer of CITS. Formal procedures forthcoming.

  
Shannon Wrenn Bulletin Board, UMB News, University AdministrationNovember 16, 20160 comments
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UMB Policies

Updated UMB Policy and Procedure Website

The Policy and Procedure Library is a central resource with enhanced features designed as part of the 2011-2016 strategic planning cycle.

As part of the last strategic plan, co-chairs Anthony Bibbo, MBA, senior administrator, Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine and John Jensen, assistant vice president, Central Administrative Support Services directed efforts for a centralized resource of standard operating procedures for business processes that were coordinated by Shannon Dawkins Wrenn, JD. Wrenn was recently appointed director of the Office of University Policy and Procedure under the direction of Roger Ward, JD, MPA, chief accountability officer, vice president, operations and planning.

This project is a credit to the many stakeholders and subject matter experts that assisted with coordination and vital feedback as the new resource for the campus community was created. Please enjoy the new features and send your feedback.

  
Shannon Wrenn Collaboration, TechnologySeptember 22, 20160 comments
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