Hands-on CALS training on new WISPER system will be offered during January and February.
WISPER, the new WISconsin Proposal Electronic Routing system will replace the Transmittal Form (t-form) and related look-up tools with the Program Release 2008. WISPER will be used to route proposals and other research-related documents for approval across campus.
Sessions are available for individuals (i.e., campus departmental administrators, lab personnel, principal investigators, and others who prepare Transmittal Forms) to listen to an explanation of this new tool and see a demonstration of its functionality.
To register, go to Graduate School Seminar and Workshop Series on OHRD’s website:
Hands-on CALS WISPER Training:
The CALS Research Division is in the process of scheduling in-depth training sessions for the College’s departments and centers to take place during January and February. Dates and times for these informative sessions will be posted on the Research Division’s training website next week at: