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You are not officially hired until a background check is completed and complete paperwork and ID’s have been provided to the hiring coordinator in B205, NESB at CSU.
Please review the list of acceptable ID's on the back of the I-9 form prior to turning in your paperwork.
Hourly pay periods last two weeks. Pay day is every other Friday. Please refer to Timesheet Due Dates below for a full list of due dates for the year. Time sheets submitted after 4:30 p.m. of the due date will be held until the next pay period.
It is considered overtime if you work more than 40 hours in one week (Sat.-Fri.) and it must be approved by your supervisor ahead of time. Please note that your total CSU employment may not exceed 40 hours per week.
Any questions, please call (970) 491-1982 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Please note, the following forms are in pdf format. To use, please download the Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
Non Student Hourly Employment Forms:
Student Employee Employment Forms:
Note: If you are a work study employee, you will need to provide your Official Work Study Award Confirmation, which can be printed from RamWeb.
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We try to make sense of complex ecological systems, and to use these insights to help ensure future conditions that aren’t too bad. The idea of “sustaining” is older than the idea of “ecological systems,” and sustainability may or may not be a good fit for complex, dynamic systems. Lily Tomlin once said, “Maybe if we started listening to history, it wouldn’t have to keep repeating itself.” It’s not clear that we should expect dynamic ecological systems to show stable conditions, nor stable cycles. Throw in human systems that clearly are not constant or consistent in interactions with ecosystems, and perhaps wise people would shy from prediction and beliefs in sustainability. But maybe, just maybe…
This semester’s seminar series will explore ideas of dynamics in complex ecological systems, and how ideas of sustainability might help or hinder our hopes for the future.
Fridays, 11:00 AM - 12 Noon
A302-304, Third Floor, Natural and Environmental Sciences Building
Click on NREL/ESS Fall 2014 Seminar Series link for a detailed schedule.