Retirement party for Delaine Winkelblech, Animal Suite (Lab) Coordinator
Please join the Department of Molecular Biology for a retirement celebration to honor Delaine Winkelblech – 27.5 YOS at Colorado College (you may also know her husband – Bob – Facilities).
Time/Date/Location : 3:30pm – 5:30pm – Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Gates Common room
Remarks will begin at 3:45pm.
Delaine would enjoy seeing all her colleagues and friends.

Posted by kmathers@coloradocollege.edu for the October 19, 2019 digest.

Hello Everyone!
We are once again looking for some creativity and fun with our all campus staff party! Please help us by picking up a bucket to fill with goodies and fun surprises for the Staff Council Fall Party! Fall party will be a fun and rowdy CC Family Game Night with board and lawn games on Thursday, October 24 from 3 to 5pm in the Hybl Community Center (East Campus). Please connect with Kimber Peterson-Reese in Worner Center 230 or call 389-6800 to get a basket and a fun-filling theme for your team.
Thanks so much for making the good times even better!

Posted by kimber.peterson@coloradocollege.edu for the October 18, 2019 digest.

Join us on October 25th at 7pm as multi-instrumentalist, composer, and trumpet master, Nicholas Payton, will be live in concert with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, featuring two masterworks rarely encountered in the concert hall: “Sketches of Spain” and “Black American Symphony” (United States premiere). Both works highlight the contribution of Black American music to the world, here through the lens of symphonic music. “Sketches of Spain”- the renowned 1960 concept album by Miles Davis and Gil Evans – explores and reinterprets the melodies, harmonies, and rhythms of Spain.

Free tickets for CC Students, Staff, and Faculty are available at the Worner Desk, (one per CC ID, supply limited).

Buses will be transporting students, staff, and faculty from Armstrong starting at 6pm.

The concert is produced by Colorado College under the auspices of the Colorado College Africana Intellectual Project and Office of Performing Arts.

Posted by jmitchell@coloradocollege.edu for the October 18, 2019 digest.

Total Compensation & Benefits Statements for full- and part-time
benefits eligible employees are now available on SSB.

The personalized statement displays the value of your compensation and benefits as an employee of Colorado College.

The college invests significantly in a full menu of offerings designed to support your physical, mental, emotional, and financial wellbeing. Some of those benefits are highlighted on your personalized Total Compensation & Benefits Statement. Others, like access to the Adam F. Press fitness center for you and your dependents, the annual biometric screening and other “Wellness State of Mind” events as well as professional development opportunities available through EXCEL@CC are not monetized on the statements.

To view yours:

1. Go to www.coloradocollege.edu/ssi
2. Choose Banner (SSB), sign-in using your network credentials
3. Choose “Employee” Tab
4. Choose “Benefits & Deductions”
5. Choose “Total Compensation and Benefits Statement”
6. Choose Jul 01, 2018 – Jun 30, 2019 in the drop-down box, press select

The left side of the statement includes 2018-19 data; the right side of the statement includes selected 2019-20 data.

Please note that the vacation days on your statement indicate your accrued vacation balance the day the statements were run, not the amount of vacation you will earn in 2019-20.

You will not have a statement if you didn’t receive any pay during the 2018-19 fiscal year. However, you may still see your current benefit elections in Banner (SSB) by following these steps:

· Follow steps 1-4 above
· Choose Current Benefit Selection

Please call Laurie Mozingo (389.6422) if you have any questions about your statement and benefit election information.

While you are in SSB, please also take a moment to check these items under the Personal Information Tab:

-Your current address and phone number (send note to Human Resources if edits are required)
-Emergency Contacts (you can update this yourself if edits are required)
-Race/Ethnicity/Gender (you can update this yourself if edits are required)
-Self-Identification Information (you can update this yourself if edits are required)

Posted by lmozingo@coloradocollege.edu for the October 17, 2019 digest.