What’s happening in EUS: Journey through the WashU IT Quality Assurance (QA) Lab

As soon as you walk through the front door at 4480 Clayton, you are in a spacious, bright corridor diffused with light from the skylight above. Follow the corridor of the original section of the building to the newer section, and then keep going almost to the back of the building. Here, you will find […]

Student Tech Services (STS) celebrates Student Staff

It’s hard to believe Commencement for #WashU22 is right around the corner, and we have several student employees to celebrate on May 20th, 2022. They have provided excellent technology support for the student population at Washington University in St. Louis, and we know that they are well prepared as they embark on their next endeavors, […]

WashU Welcomes Jessie Minton as Vice Chancellor for Technology and Chief Information Officer 

Jessie Minton, vice provost and chief information officer at the University of Oregon, has been appointed vice chancellor for technology and chief information officer at Washington University in St. Louis, effective April 15th, 2022. Minton led the University of Oregon’s transition to a fully remote learning environment during the COVID-19 pandemic, launched a HIPAA-compliant telehealth […]

NameCoach Arrives on WashU Campuses

WashU celebrates the value of diversity and inclusion as essential to advancing our teaching, research, and community engagement. As a community, we recognize that name diversity and gender identity are central to our individuality and sense of self. The first step in respecting, appreciating and connecting with others comes from valuing name diversity and curating […]

OCIO Welcomes Mark Chapman, – Director, IT Service Management

The Office of the Chief Information Officer welcomes Mark Chapman as our new Director of IT Service Management. Mark joined the PPMO & Service Management Office on Monday, April 18th. Mark’s immediate focus will be reaching out to our campuses and departments to learn about our current ITSM practices. Using broad stakeholder input, he will […]

Enterprise Applications Accomplishments – April 2022

Submitted by Veleria Boaten Domain Project Title Project Summary Project Team Implementation Date Student EA-9825 – PBPM Slate to App2SIS Integration This project deployed the Slate Data Pull application for Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine students for admissions purposes.  Janet Deyarmin, Andrew Herbig, Amy Schroeder 2/8/2022 SDM / Integrations  EA-10729 – INT180 – Integration Break Fix – […]

At-a-Glance Team Documents

The final batch of team-focused IT at-a-glance documents have arrived. They’re an introduction for new and existing IT staff who want to learn about WashU IT,  quick references about services each team provides, background about how to request work, information about team leadership, and how to view active work different teams have on their docket.   This content […]

Learn@Work Upgrades to New Environment on April 8th, 2022.

Saba and WashU IT will perform a quarterly update starting Friday, April 8 at 11pm until Saturday, April 9 at 10am to bring new functionality to Learn@Work. During the update, Learn@Work Production will not be available. Users of Learn@Work U52 will notice changes to its user interface, such as a redesigned search bar and modifications […]

What’s Happening in EUS: Workday Support, from the Ground level

Submitted by Brian Schuler The morning of July 1, 2021 was warm even at 4:55am. Those who were fast asleep awaited the alarm’s melodious call. Others, like members of the HCM and FIN SDM (Service Delivery Model) and EA teams had been up all night waiting for the phone to open so they could hear […]