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Center for the Education of Women
is accepting applications for its Winter 2005 Advanced Leadership Seminar featuring the study and practice of change-oriented leadership. We ask that you consider this opportunity for yourself or forward to a staff colleague who might be interested in this program. Offered at no cost to your unit, the series features five intensive group learning sessions, independent reading, small group study, and a 10-week project with individual and small group coaching available. A book fee of less than $50 will apply. Sessions begin February 10 and the project phase ends June 21.
The series offers a uniquely sustained opportunity for a small cohort of UM staff women to seriously explore the theory of change oriented leadership and engage in self study as it relates to personal capacity and competence to lead change.
This program is designed to enhance the leadership skills and potential for advancement of staff who exercise influence and make significant decisions within and even beyond their units. Potential candidates may access program details and the application by clicking below:
The deadline to apply is February 2, 2005.
Please contact Sarah Ely, Director of Programs & Senior Counselor at the Center for the Education of Women (734-998-7080) should you have any additional questions regarding this program.
How the Do Not Spam List Works
Personal mail. Turn it on for your personal mail to have all mail addressed to email@example.com (where youruniqname has been replaced with your own uniqname) checked against the list.
Group mail. Turn it on for groups in the U-M Online Directory that
you own to have all incoming mail addressed to those groups (in the
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IMPORTANT! Using the list will not eliminate all your spam. The MAPS organization is very conservative in the addresses it includes on its lists. This is done to reduce the likelihood of rejecting a legitimate piece of mail. MAPS's "false-positive rate," the measure of how many legitimate messages are rejected, is extremely low.
How to Sign Up for the Do Not Spam List
Click the Sign Up/Manage Do Not Spam List link.
Login in with your uniqname and UMICH password.
To turn use of the Do Not Spam List on for your @umich.edu address:
NOTE: If you want to use the Do Not Spam List for individual groups that you own in the U-M Online Directory, you can do this by modifying each group in the directory. Look for the Spam Block heading in your group's directory entry and set it to True to turn use of the list on for the group or False to turn it off. See Working With E-Mail Groups Using the U-M Online Directory On the Web (S4277) for instructions for making changes to directory groups.
IMPORTANT! If you co-own a group with other people, you may find that use of the list has been turned on for that group by one of the other co-owners. You may want to check with your fellow group owners to decide whether to use the Do Not Spam List or not.