Administration and Finance Focus
 
 

April 2009
April 2011
SPOTLIGHT
Employee Spotlight – Joe Mendez

Student Spotlight – Ed Hoff

CALENDAR
April
Events Calendar

NOTES AND NEWS

Dining

UH Fresh Food Company Selected as National Training Site

FSAC Selects Residential Student Representatives

UH Dining Calendar for April 2011


Finance
HUB Statistics

Office Supply Vendor

Revised Cost Center Verification Procedures

Toner Scam Alert

Worklist Update

AT&T Offers UH Employees Savings on Wireless
Services



Green UH
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RecycleMania Olympics a Hit with UH Students

“Mr. Roboto” Wins Art of Recycling Contest

C.L.A.S.P. Hosts First Community Garden
Summit


Office of General Counsel in the Practice of Going Green

Lights out for a Cause: Hilton College Participates in Earth Hour


Housing
UH Freshman Wins SWACURH First Year Experience Award

Campus Housing Fair Held


Parking and Transportation
PTS Prepares for Construction of Third
Garage


Student Calls ERP His Parking Lot of Choice


Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…


Public Safety
Pies for Babies

Girl Scout Troop Visits the UHDPS

Shots Fired and Flashpoint Instructional Videos Bring Awareness to the Campus Community

Students Win $100 Gift Card for Participation in the Have An Exit Strategy Surveys

UHDPS Offers Rape Aggression Defense

 


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If you have comments or would like to submit an article to future newsletters, contact Lindsay Marshall at lmmarshall@uh.ed by the 20th of each month.

 

                                                                                                               

Toner Scam Alert

The Texas Attorney General’s Office has posted a consumer alert about the “phoner toner” scam on its website

UH staff should be aware of these types of scams so that they do not pay a fraudulent invoice by mistake. Never provide information about office equipment over the phone unless you know you are talking to an authorized service provider. One way to avoid scams is to use UH contracted vendors whenever possible.

If you receive fraudulent invoices and supplies that were not ordered, or are subjected to bogus collection threats, you can file a complaint with the Texas Attorney General’s Office at (800) 252-8011 or online at www.texasattorneygeneral.gov

If you have any questions, please contact Mike Glisson at mtglisson@central.uh.edu or 713-743-8706.