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The eReporter is a twice-weekly newsletter for distributing news, time-sensitive information and reminders to all UAB employees with a BlazerID. The eReporter is distributed through email (from UAB News & Information) before the start of business each Tuesday and Friday. It is the university's preferred method for bulk-message distribution.
Deadline for submission
10 a.m. Monday for the Tuesday issue.
10 a.m. Tuesday for the Friday issue.To subscribe (non-employees)
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and type Subscribe in the body; an email requesting confirmation will be sent to you.To unsubscribe (non-employees)
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Managers are asked to print and post copies of The eReporter for employees who may not have access to e-mail during the work day.
Because the university is committed to the principle of prompt and open communication with its employees, the UAB News & Information Update system is designed to distribute news and updates to all UAB faculty and staff with a BlazerID, without exception. We understand that you may choose to delete the messages you receive from this account; however, we would encourage you read it regularly so you will not miss important matters of policy and events affecting the entire campus that will be communicated through The eReporter.
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, please contact the department in which you were employed and ask that your status be changed to reflect your departure. The mailing list is auto-generated from the employee database, which our staff cannot alter.
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