Know Your Retirement Review Score

Your 2018 Retirement Review statement is waiting at myUCretirement.com.

This annual statement projects your monthly retirement income (if you stay on track) from UC’s retirement benefits plans: UC Retirement Plan (pension) and UC Retirement Savings Program accounts (403(b), 457(b) and DC plans). A retirement readiness score shows your expected retirement income as a percentage of your current pay.

Your Retirement Review is interactive, allowing you to personalize your score by updating your retirement age or factoring in additional sources of income such as Social Security, other savings, or your spouse or partner’s retirement assets. You can also model how additional savings could help you reach your retirement income goals, and, if you choose (and subject to IRS limits), add or change your voluntary contributions.

Visit myUCretirement.com and follow the “See Your Retirement Review” link. Have your NetBenefits login ready or register using the last 4 digits of your social security number. Happy crunching.

Nominations for 2018-19 Staff Assembly Board Elections Now Open

The new executive board for Staff Assembly will be selected by an election April 30 through May 7. Nominations will be accepted up until April 20.

Individuals may nominate themselves or may be nominated by someone else. Nominations are being accepted for the following positions:

• Vice President/President Elect (Must be a non-represented employee).

• Director of Events

• Director of Communications

• Director of Fundraising

• Director of Outreach

• Director of Involvement and Recognition

• Director of Professional Development

• Treasurer

• Secretary

All executive board positions are one-year-appointments, with the exception of the vice president/president-elect, who will become president of the organization in 2019-20. Read the executive board position descriptions here, nominate yourself or others through this online form

Healthy Campus Initiative Launches Instagram Site

@ucrhealthycampus

The UCR Healthy Campus Initiative (HCI) has launched its Instagram page, @ucrhealthycampus. From healthy tips to special event information, @ucrhealthycampus is a digital hub for all things health and wellness.

The HCI invests in improving the health and quality of life of UCR’s campus community. HCI has formed partnerships with staff, faculty, students, and the community to develop, implement, and institutionalize policies and environments essential for sustainable behavior change.

Samantha Stanfill

It’s Time to Register for the 17th Annual César E. Chávez 5K

UCR’s César E. Chávez 5K Run/Walk is Saturday, April 7, from 7:30-11 a.m. The event was created to celebrate the legacy of labor leader and civil rights activist César E. Chávez and support student scholarships at UCR. Participants can sign up as individuals or recruit co-workers and friends/family to assemble a team. To download a registration form, fundraising sponsor form, or for more information, visit www.cesarchavez5k.com. Register online at https://register.chronotrack.com/r/37016

If you go:

  • Date: April 7th
  • Time: 7:30 A.M. to 11 A.M.
  • Where: UC Riverside

R'Garden Planting Days

The R’ Garden and the Office of Student Life are collaborating on Planting Days throughout March, to address food insecurity on campus.

The R’ Garden will be expanding by 1.5 acres to grow specifically for the R’ Pantry and students on campus.

In order to take advantage of the season and to be able to harvest the most food possible before the end of the school year, they need to plant as many transplants as possible in the next few weeks. With this in mind, they are calling on volunteers to help with planting over 25,000 transplants. Come find out more about the R’ Garden, the R’ Pantry, and how the campus is working to address food security issues on campus. They will be planting tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, herbs & more!

What to bring: hats, refillable water bottles, closed-toe shoes, sun block & sunglasses.

All who sign up to participate will receive a free “UCR Volunteer” T-shirt (while supplies/sizes last) and organizers will provide water and snacks for all volunteers.

Parking will be available in section 3 of lot 30 near the R’ Garden. Please find the flyer attached.

If You Go:

-When: Saturday, March 17th, and Saturday, March 24th

-Time: 9 A.M to Noon

-RSVP: https://highlanderlink.ucr.edu/submitter/form/start/165629

-More Information: Planting Day Flyer 

Annual Sautter Award Program now Open for Nominations

Participate in an opportunity for The University of California to honor its own IT innovators! The systemwide award program was established in the memory of UCR’s own AVC for Computing and Communications, Larry Sautter, and encourages and recognizes innovators in the deployment of information technology conducting the University’s business.

Applications are now being accepted through May 18, 2018. The award program is sponsored by the UC IT Leadership Council (ITLC).

Awards recognize technology projects that demonstrate ITLC priorities, including innovation, collaboration and operational efficiency, and those that advance UC’s teaching, research, health care and public service missions.The program is open to faculty and staff from all UC campuses and medical centers. Teams or individuals who have implemented an innovative IT project at UC in the last three years are encouraged to submit an application for an award.

The program presents up to three Golden Awards, two Silver Awards, and five honorable mentions. Award recipients will be announced at the UC Computing Services Conference, Aug. 13–15, 2018, at UC Davis.

Details about applying for the award are provided on the Sautter Award Program website.

 

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