1. Magenta (see Magenta definition)
M, one of the four process colors used in the CMYK printing process, pink/purple in color
all the activities required to prepare a press for printing
A major component of Perceptive Content that allows users with appropriate permissions to manage many aspects of Perceptive Content including drawers, doctypes, application plans, etc.
A Management Plan (MP) may be put into place by the UW-Madison Conflict of Interest Committee to aid an investigator reduce or eliminate a financial conflict of interest (FCOI) and to ensure, to the extent possible, that the design, conduct, and reporting of research will be free from bias. An example Management Plan may be found here Financial Conflict of Interest Management Plan Example .
The comparison that employers use for UW–Madison job salaries (may be local, regional, national, or international depending on the job).
dull paper, ink, or laminate finish
A member is a person who is included as part of a group.
Memorandum of Agreement in Summer Term
Memoranda of Agreement (MOA) forms are sent to confirm summer instructional appointments in the College of Letters & Science. These are sent to legal Faculty and fixed-term renewable Academic Staff members with nine-month (C-Basis) appointments. These agreements are contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. For Summer 2021, instructors will be notified of course cancellations by May 5, 2021.
These forms are distributed via Adobe Sign (firstname.lastname@example.org). The MOA will be signed by the instructor and Summer Chair. Each person who signs the MOA will automatically receive a .pdf copy once the signatures are complete. Department administrators will be copied on these agreement forms and will also automatically receive the completed MOA, which should be saved in the instructor’s personnel file.
The MOA forms are generated by Amanda Mahr in L&S Administration. Please notify Amanda promptly of any changes needed to an MOA.
MFA-Duo (multi-factor authentication)
Multi-factor authentication is part of the new UW–Madison login process that verifies your identity. It combines something you know (your NetID and password) with something you have (smartphone, token/fob or tablet) preventing anyone but you from logging into a system. UW-Madison has partnered with Duo to provide this service.
You will now need to log in by:
Entering your NetID and password, and
Confirming your login with the Duo app on your device.
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state have gone to an IRB meeting and IRB modifications have been sent to the study team. Study teams must submit a response to the modifications before the study can move on from this state.
occurs when screen angles are wrong causing odd patterns in photographs
two or more different images placed on one sheet two or more of the same images up on one sheet