Psychology assistant professor Dan Graham studies how people use nutrition information to inform their food choices.
Daily Archives: June 8, 2016
CSU has been preparing for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule change for months. CSU’s Department of Human Resources (HR) carefully monitored the national debate around proposed changes to the FLSA since the White House made clear its intent last year to increase the threshold. HR began positioning the campus community at that time to move forward swiftly, once a final decision was announced.
CSU’s Department of Human Resources is hosting a series of presentations and open information sessions this month about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule changes that were released on May 18, and the impact they will have on the campus. All sessions are open to the campus community and will be held at Lory Student Center. Additional sessions will be held later in the summer and fall.
Determining what the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) changes mean for specific positions across the CSU community is the task at hand for the university’s Department of Human Resources. Positions with teaching responsibilities are exempt from the FLSA, but some of the anticipated changes to the “duties test” for exemption did not become part of the final rule. However, in addition to the new salary threshold, there is language in the final rule which may impact some positions when the type of work performed is taken into consideration.
Eva Denali Will was born in Woodland, Calif., and died May 25. She lived in Davis, Calif., with her parents and sister until May of 1999. The family lived in Village Homes, an innovative community with solar homes in a …
Topics of interest to Front Range gardeners are the focus of 2016 Twilight Garden Series, which will feature three informative presentations in June and July.
Colorado’s State Wildlife Action plan includes an assessment of how key habitat types could be impacted by a changing climate. The team that produced the analysis subsequently received a national award.
Scientists who study tiny organisms and their roles in two of humanity’s biggest health concerns – viruses and cancer – have received awards that will fund three years of research for their laboratories.
Water and climate scientists from around the nation and world will gather on campus next week to review today’s greatest challenges in water resources management, and to craft recommendations on addressing those challenges.