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New Student Employment Website
The student employment website, studentwork.unc.edu, is now available to the entire campus community.
Our goal in creating this website is to enhance the clarity, transparency, and navigability of on-campus student employment for students, supervisors and hiring representatives. The website features consistent information, answers to frequently asked questions and connects users to resources to streamline the student employment process. All information and resources have been tested by various stakeholders across campus.
For Students: The website includes information and resources to find a job, what to do once hired, navigating on the job scenarios, getting paid and leaving a job. The website also includes features such as the new student employee checklist, FAQs and an international student employment guide.
For Supervisors: The website includes resources for hiring, supervising, and paying students as well as information on extending and ending student employment. Additional content includes the supervisor checklist, a guide to approving timecards and resolving paycheck problems and resources to assist in developing and engaging student employees.
For Hiring Representatives: The website features information, instructions, and tips on procedures to hire students, managing and modifying student positions and assisting with payroll. Hiring representatives also have access to a hiring representative checklist, resource list to aid in managing student positions and an international student employment guide.
We encourage you to use studentwork.unc.edu as a resource and direct supervisors and students to the website as well. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secondary Employment Information
A State Agency or University employee working full-time has primary employment responsibility to the State. Other employment outside of State Agencies or Universities is considered secondary employment. An employee must notify his/her supervisor before engaging in any secondary employment.
The purpose of this policy and procedure is to ensure that an employee’s secondary employment does not have an adverse effect on the employee’s primary employment and does not create a conflict of interest.
These provisions for secondary employment apply to all employment not covered by the Dual Employment or Additional Employment policies.
For more information, visit https://hr.unc.edu/employees/policies/other/secondary-employment.
Need assistance with Facilities, IT, Finance, etc.? Submit your help ticket to: help.unc.edu
Marketing/Communication: Please utilize the MarCom Request Form. This group provides marketing and communications support to the entire School. This includes two campuses, three academic programs, five divisions, six centers and institutes, the SGC, UNC Catalyst and the Eshelman Institute for Innovation. Please give them a minimum of two weeks (10 working days) to process new requests. We will make our best efforts to respond faster if at all possible and when needed. Requests can be submitted up to a year in advance.
Do you have a sponsorship request? Submit a MarCom Request Form and select that you need help with a sponsorship request.
Sponsorship Funding Requests
The School often receives requests to sponsor events throughout the year. In order to efficiently evaluate requests, we have established a streamlined process for approval.
All requests for sponsorship funding should be submitted using the MarCom request form on the FAO website.
Requests will be evaluated by the Dean’s Office. Please allow at least 10 business days for a response.
Care Team Referrals
The Eshelman Care Team (modeled after the UNC Chapel Hill Care Team) provides coordinated assistance and support to students exhibiting concerning behaviors (also known as students of concern) through a centralized structure and method for outreach, referrals, and case management. The care team uses discretion in collaborating with School units and University resources when collecting pertinent information for the development of appropriate interventions and strategies, also known as Care Action Plans. The central goal of Care Action Plans is to address immediate concern(s), and ultimately support the academic and personal success and wellness of our students.
Care Team Referrals are categorized in four different areas:
- Discrimination/Harassment (including sexual assault, sexual violence, interpersonal violence, and stalking)
Faculty, staff, preceptors, and students are encouraged to submit Care Team Referrals as they develop concerns for students. The Care Team, comprised of faculty and administrators, meets consistently to review referrals and manage student cases in an effort to best situate students for sustainable success. The Care Team will make every effort to maintain confidentiality when referrals are submitted. Please note, however, that members of the Care Team are required to share any information regarding discrimination or harassment based on protected status (including reports of sexual assault, sexual violence, interpersonal violence, and stalking) with the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office (EOC). Outside of reports that must be shared with the EOC, the only exception to this confidentiality standard is if there is an immediate threat of harm to the individual student or others in our community.
Note: This form will be seen within 24 hours on weekdays and within 48 hours on the weekend. For an emergency, please contact the authorities – dial 911.
If this is a serious student need, issue, or concern that requires an immediate School intervention, please call
the Eshelman Care Line at 919-813-0481. The Care Line is not a substitute for calling 911. If there is an immediate emergency or an imminent threat, always call 911 before calling the Eshelman Care Line. The Care Line will ring to an “on-call” staff member in the Office of Curricular and Student Affairs to assist you. The Care Line should not be used for general questions or inquiries or other matters that are not serious or pressing in nature.
Ronny Bell, Chair, DPOP
Konstantin Popov, CResearch Assistant Professor, CICBDD
Courtney Lewis, Project Coordinator, DPOP
Zhenwei Song, Research Assistant Professor, DPET
Rafael Couñago, Research Associate Professor, SGC
Taylor Shoun, Program Manager, EII
Adriana Muñoz, Executive Assistant, CBMC
Leah Pompey, LEAD Program Manager, Office of the Dean
Dulcie Lai, Research Assistant Professor, DPET
Ouita Gatton, Professor of the Practice, PACE
John Fallon, Research Assistant Professor, CNDD
Matt Rivenbark, Executive Director of Finance and Facilities Services
David Drewry, Research Professor, SGC
Amanda Storyward, Director of Organizational Diversity and Inclusion
Shawn Hingtgen, Professor, DPMP
Kevin Frankowski, Research Associate Professor, CICBDD