Welcome to the Social Work and Criminal Justice Program!
The services and resources outlined below are available to you during your appointment.
Effective Autumn Quarter 2013, all Part-Time Lecturers will use workstations in the Keystone Building, 2nd floor (KEY 202). This space has a printer; to print documents, please use copy code "4820."
All faculty are expected to hold office hours. Please make sure to include your office hours in your syllabus.
You may give students your personal cell or home phone number or ask them to contact the program office at 253-692-5820 and leave a message which will be relayed to you.
Gabi Crosby submits all key/access requests to Campus Safety and Security. Security will email your UW email address when your keys are ready for pick-up. If the quarter has started and your keys are not yet available, please contact Security for the access you need. If you are a returning part-time lecturer, please let Gabi know whether you need keys re-issued.
After receiving your Employee Identification Number (EID) from Payroll, establish your UW NetID and e-mail account: https://uwnetid.washington.edu/newid/.
If you have previously established a UW NetID and email account, please follow the steps to reactivate your account.
Please complete this process as soon as possible and provide Program Administrator Terri Simonsen with your UW email address.
Please remember that you are required to maintain and use a UW email account for all University correspondence, especially when communicating to students.
Once you have established your UW email address, update your campus address in Employee Self-Service. Please provide your UW email address and phone number, then set your UW Directory Listing Preference to read “Campus address with e-mail."
Subscribe to uwtline listserv:
Visit http://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/uwtline to subscribe to the campus listserv, firstname.lastname@example.org. Messages regarding general, campus-specific information are posted. If you wish to join any of our student listservs, please let a staff member know.
To receive your employee ID card, stop by the Registrar’s Office in MAT 253 to have your picture taken on or after the date your official appointment begins. You will need to bring photo ID and have your Employee Identification Number (EID) handy.
Your Employee ID card also serves as your UW Library card once validated.
University paydays are the 10th and 25th of each month.
Effective 2013-14, signing up for payroll direct deposit is mandatory. Please note, direct desposit often takes 1-2 pay cycles before going into effect. Until your direct deposit is active, we recommend contacting the Finance Office in the Carlton Center, suite 400 to see whether a check is waiting for you.
Technology and Media
MyUW Web Portal:
MyUW is the front portal of University of Washington web services. It is a simple and easy-to-use tool for accessing the resources you need to fulfill your goals at the University. You can "personalize" MyUW to fit your needs by including or excluding the services you see listed, adding your own favorite links and other customizations. The Employee Self Service (ESS) link provides information about your paycheck, your Employee Identification (EID) Number, tax withholdings to name a few.
Access to Campus Network:
A network logon will be established for you once your Directory Listing is updated as noted above. The logon will allow you to use classroom computers as well as any computer on campus. This information is typically emailed to you directly from the Social Work and Criminal Justice Program administrator. You will be prompted to change your password immediately after entering this information. Please be sure that your new password is at least 8 characters long. The network logon is typically your UW NetID@tacoma.uw.edu.
Canvas is web courseware which can be used to create online content and add online interaction and collaboration to a course. E-Learning Support Manager Darcy Janzen (email@example.com) can provide one-on-one assistance with Canvas.
Classroom Podium Key Checkout:
If you want to use any of the technology equipment in the classroom assigned to you, please visit http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/information-technology/classrooms.
For assistance, call 253-692-4419, dial 2-4419 from a campus phone, or use the pager/other help number listed on the podium in your classroom.
► Contact Media Services, a division of Information Technology
Academic Quarter Length:
Autumn, Winter and Spring Quarter typically include 10 weeks of instruction plus an additional week for “finals week.”
During Summer Quarter, full-term consists of 9 weeks and term A and term B consist of 4 ½ weeks each.
You are expected to hold classes for the duration of your assigned quarter during the times assigned to your particular class. If you are unable to do so, please contact Diane Young immediately.
Please check the Time Schedule to confirm your classroom location.
To access the class list, visit your MyUW home page and click on the “Teaching” tab. Then click “Manage Class Resources,” “My UW Class,” “On-Line Course Resources,” “Electronic Class Lists,” and “Display on a Web Page” to view and print your class list.
You will be issued a key to access all copy rooms on campus. Copy rooms are intended for small, simple, self-service jobs. The copy code for these machines is 4820. Copiers are available in KEY 202, CP 323, WCG 214, and WCG 307.
You may charge complicated and/or large jobs to the Social Work and Criminal Justice Program budget number: 06-0390. To do so, visit Copy and Mail Services in MAT 053. You may also email the details of your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, making sure to include our budget number. Copy jobs typically require a 24-hour turnaround time.
Copy and Mail Services can also provide assistance in the creation and distribution of coursepacks to your students.
Disability Resources for Students (DRS) and MyDRS:
MyDRS is a tri-campus, online system for registering, requesting, and tracking students' requests for disability accommodations. View and support students' accommodations by logging into the faculty portal.
Follow this link for more information on how to manage disability accommodation requests: http://depts.washington.edu/uwdrs/current-students/mydrs-video-tutorials/.
Contact DRS at 253.692.4508 or email@example.com to schedule a 1:1 consultation.
Textbooks and Desk Copy Orders:
Please see Gabi Crosby in the program office if you have questions regarding your University Bookstore textbook order or future desk copy requests.
Field Trip Consent Forms:
The University of Washington requires a signed consent form for all University-sponsored field trip experiences. Please contact Terri Simonsen for guidelines and for form-approval prior to the quarter start date.
Student Course Evaluations:
All courses are to be evaluated by students toward the end of each quarter using the UW online course evaluation system. You will receive instructions from Gabi Crosby within the last 2-3 weeks of the quarter.
If you have questions regarding the online course evaluation system, please contact Gabi Crosby. You will be notified of the results and receive a copy of the report, including supplemental comments, after all evaluations have been scored.
Grades are due the first Tuesday following finals week. Grades must be submitted online via Grade Book. Gabi Crosby will send reminders to all faculty and is available to provide technical support and assistance if needed. No grades can be submitted online via Grade Book after the stated deadline (day/time). Learn more about grade submission at http://www.washington.edu/lst/web_tools/gradebook.
Social Work Grading Scales:
The Social Work faculty voted and approved the use of the following point ranges for graduate and undergraduate level grading. Please use these scales for all T SOCW, TSOCWF and T CRIM courses. Please ask staff for assistance. Please be aware that if you are using the Catalyst to track grades, you will need to compare the calculated Catalyst grade to the program's undergraduate and/or graduate grading scales to ensure that you are issuing the correct final grade.
We recommend returning papers during class or requesting a self-addressed, postage paid envelope if the students want their papers returned after the quarter ends. Due to the lack of adequate space and staffing, the program office is not able to distribute papers back to students.
Student Conduct Code:
All students who are enrolled in any of the three University of Washington campuses (Tacoma, Seattle or Bothell) are held accountable to the Student Conduct Code.
If you believe a student violated the Student Conduct Code, please complete this form to document the situation and formally report the incident: Student Conduct Incident Report.
Student of Concern:
A student of concern is any student who is displaying behaviors that may get in the way of a student's ability to be successful in the university environment. This could mean a student experiencing crisis, displaying odd or unusual behavior, engaging in behaviors that are perceived to be harmful (to self or others), or behaviors that may be deemed academically damaging. UW Tacoma has established a referral system to identify students: https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/node/40755.
Academic Alert is a referral system through which faculty may identify undergraduate students who are having academic difficulty. Early intervention with students on the part of faculty, advisors, and other campus personnel can improve students’ likelihood to succeed, although the program is available for faculty to use throughout the quarter. The goal of the academic alert referral system is to connect struggling students with support services across campus that may help them identify and remediate the sources of their academic difficulties: https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/academic-advising-center/academic-alert.
Bias Incident Reporting:
This process is open to all faculty, staff, students, and community members who may be on campus. It's meant to supplement, not replace, existing conflict resolution mechanisms at UW and UW Tacoma. However, when these processes do not address your specific issue, or when it's not possible or safe to resolve the issue on your own, the Bias Incident Reporting tool is available.
Faculty members are available to support you during your teaching appointment. Please contact Diane Young if you would like a mentor.
Campus Safety and Security Services:
Officers are on patrol 24/7.
For non-emergencies, visit DOU 180 or call 253-692-4416.
For emergencies, call 253-692-4888 or dial 2-4416 or 2-4888 from any campus phone.
Campus Safety also maintains the campus Lost and Found, issues keys and building access cards, and administers the Campus Safety Escort Program. Dial 253-692-4416 to request a Safety Escort.