EAOEmployee Assistance Office. The Employee Assistance Office is a resource provided by the University of Wisconsin to assist employees and their immediate family members or significant others who are finding it difficult to successfully cope with personal or work related issues and concerns. http://eao.wisc.edu/
Enterprise Content Management Service. Another name for ImageNow.
Edit External Personnel AccessThis is an activity in ARROW. This activity is available to the study team in all states including withdrawn, archived, closed, etc. All users listed received edit and read access. No POC or email access is granted. This is not displayed in other workflows and is not included in Personnel Changes.
Interactive forms accessible via web browser. When submitted, a document is created in ImageNow.
An email address identifies the account that messages should be delivered (e.g., email@example.com). An account can have multiple email addresses. Each account in Office 365 has only one primary address, but an account can have multiple alternate addresses. An account will accept email for any email address on the account.
Employee of the Board of Regents
All employees of UW–Madison (including University Staff). Prior to July 1 2015, classified employees were under the provisions of Wis. Stat. Chapter 230 and were still limited to the $12,000 statutory cap.
Employee-in-TrainingPersons holding a title in the Employees-in-Training title group are normally acquiring additional training or experience in their field of specialization. Two examples of Employees-in-Training titles are Postdoctoral Fellow and Postgraduate Trainee.
Source: Office of Human Resources, Unclassified Title Guideline: Summary of Unclassified Appointment Types
Microsoft's previous email and calendar application for Mac OS computers. Support for Entourage ended on May 31, 2012. The new client is called Outlook for Mac.
EPD Executive Committee
EPD Mission Statement
ESREthnic Studies Requirement, one of the requirements that are part of the university-wide undergraduate General Education Requirements. See also:
- The Undergraduate Catalog overview of General Education: http://pubs.wisc.edu/ug/geninfo_study_ger.htm
- Specific information about the ESR: http://pubs.wisc.edu/ug/geninfo_study_ger.htm#ethnic
- Administrative and contact information about University General Education: http://www.ls.wisc.edu/gened/
ETF(Department of) Employee Trust Funds. http://etf.wi.gov/
Exchange ActiveSync Protocol
Exchange ActiveSync (also known as EAS) is a communications protocol designed for the synchronization of email, contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes from a messaging server to a smartphone or other mobile devices. The protocol also provides mobile device management and policy controls.
A service -- similar to IMAP, POP3, and ActiveSync -- that works to transfer and synchronize email/calendar information between the server and the end user's client.
Staff who are not subject to the overtime pay or compensatory time off provisions of federal and state wage laws.
Exemption GrantedThis is a state in ARROW. Applications in this state have undergone review by an IRB staff reviewer and determined to qualify for exemption. In this state, the study team can submit changes of protocol, personnel changes, and reportable events, as well as report study completion.
An Exit link appears at the top of all ARROW application. Clicking this link exits the application, not the ARROW system. Always click Save before clicking Exit to make sure data is not lost.
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the study team to automatically set a new 5 year renewal period for the exemption if the activities are not yet complete. The study team must provide attestation of exempt status of study. There is no limited on the use of the “Extend Exemption” activity, as long as the activities conducted under the exemption are not yet complete and the the exempt status of the study has not changed.
Extraordinary Salary Range (ESR)
An approved salary range that is greater than the assigned range for the title. An ESR is associated with one of the following 1) An incumbent position, 2) A title (e.g., clinical anesthetist), or 3) A portion of a title series (e.g., nurse practitioners, within the clinical nurse specialist series).