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2017 Chancellor's Awards for Outstanding Performance and Achievement

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1) Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Faculty (Full time, Permanent or Temporary) - for Instructor, Asst Prof, Asso Prof and Professor
2) Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Performance (Non-teaching Personnel) - for SG 1-3, SG 4-6, SG 7-10, SG 11 and above (no supervisory function), SG 11 and above (supervisory) and for Professional Staff/REPS
3) Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research
4) Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Creative Work
5) Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Public Service

The deadline for submission of nomination to the Chancellor's Awards Committee (CAC) is on Friday, 31 January 2017, 12:00 noon. The Chair of the Committee is Prof. Ruben Gamala.



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The Accounting Office is requesting all Accountable Officers (AO) with outstanding cash advances (including travel) that are due for liquidation as of December 31, 2016 to submit documents for closing on or before 10:00 AM, January 6, 2017. Any cash refund with Official Receipt (OR) dated after December 31, 2016, remaining outstanding as of December 31, 2016.

The Accounting Office was given a deadline to submit list of employees with outstanding cash advances by 12:00 PM, January 6, 2017 for PBB purposes.


ADVISORY: State-sponsored hackers targeting accounts of journalists and professors, Google warns ...

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State-sponsored hackers targeting accounts of journalists and professors, Google warns

In recent cybersecurity news, social media reports have surfaced from users alarmed over receiving an alert from Google that reads: “Government-backed attackers may be trying to steal your password.” Google then identified prominent journalists and professors as the targets of the recent attempts. According to a spokesperson from the tech giant, the warning received by some users may have been prompted by hacking attempts detected in the past month. This may have been caused then by a phishing campaign of hackers tied to the Russian government.

In particular, Google warns users against clicking ‘harmful attachments, links to malicious software downloads, or links to fake websites that are designed to steal your passwords or other personal information’ received via email. While Google assures its users that its internal systems are secure, and signaling systems are in place to continuously monitor suspicious attempts and activities of accounts, Gmail users are highly encouraged to review and/or deploy their account security measures (e.g. password, 2-step verification).

To set-up the 2-step verification (two-factor authentication) on your account, you may refer to https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185839. To learn more about the account security options available to Gmail (OneUP Mail) users like you, visit https://support.google.com/mail/answer/2591015?hl=en.

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