This page contains information for internal departmental use.
Front office located in Clare Small building, room 114:
Finance Office located in Carlson Gym, room 207:
Chair: Dr. Pei-San Tsai
Graduate Associate Chair: Dr. Robert Mazzeo
Undergraduate Associate Chair: Dr. David Sherwood
Identity Manager – activate and manage campus IdentiKey.
myCUinfo – portal for faculty, staff, and students, most resources linked from here.
Desire2Learn – course/teaching online tool.
exchangeweb.colorado.edu – web logon for faculty/staff email.
University Communications – staff photo (call 2-3119 to schedule).
IPHY website – contains overview and helpful details for the department.
Advising – academic advising website for Arts & Sciences.
Employee Services – payroll, benefits, etc.
Our mailing address for U.S. Postal Service mail is:
Department of Integrative Physiology
Boulder, CO 80309
Please note that our shipping address (UPS, FedEx, DHL) is different *:
1725 Pleasant St., Clare 114
Boulder, CO 80309
* Please see front office staff for assistance with outgoing FedEx packages.
All incoming and outgoing mail is processed by Campus Mailing Services. Please allow extra time for this additional step in the delivery process.
Mailing Services makes one delivery/pick up per day to the mailroom in Clare Small 110, usually by 8:30am. The administrative assistant sorts and delivers the mail to the Carlson and Ramaley mailrooms.
All graduate students should have a mailbox in the Clare mailroom. If you do not, please contact Marsha. All of your mail will be sorted to these boxes. Please check your mailbox regularly as some items are time-sensitive. Mail will be delivered to Carlson and Ramaley for faculty, staff, PRAs, and undergrads in labs if they have informed us of their location.
ARCE occupants should have mailboxes in Clare 110. If you do not, please contact Marsha. Mail for faculty members with an alternative campus address will be forwarded.
Outgoing mail from Carlson and Ramaley goes to the Clare outgoing boxes, to be picked up by mailing services the following business day.
Please sort outgoing mail according to the following:
Campus Mail: items for another CU department or address. Please use the inter-office envelopes provided in each mailroom and cross out the previous recipient listed.
Off-Campus Mail: items sent to any non-CU address. There is no need for postage stamps for IPHY-related items, as Mailing Services bills the department directly. These items must have a SpeedType and a way to identify the sender (lab, last name, etc), included in the return address. Return address stamps are located in each mailroom.
* Please put a rubber band around bulk mailings such as solicitations for study participants. Clare, Carlson, Ramaley Mail: items for IPHY staff or faculty located in a different building than yours. The administrative assistant collects these items and distributes them accordingly.
Please see Trisha Ward in Carlson 207 or Trisha.Ward@colorado.edu for all purchase-related information.
Marketplace: Easiest and preferred (Fisher, VWR, Staples, etc.)
ACARD: University Credit Card - This is the University's preferred method of procurement. ACARDs are accepted everywhere that a regular credit card is accepted. Travel Expenses are not allowed on the ACard. Purchases cannot exceed $5,000. View information for new cardholders. Here is the ACARD Requisition Form.
Do not use your ACARD at Staples.
IN: Interdepartmental Invoices - This form of payment is accepted throughout the campus from the Book Store to the MCDB or Chem stores. You can obtain INs from the finance office, Carlson 207.
PO: Purchase Orders - We use purchase orders for every thing that cannot be purchased on an ACARD. Purchase orders that exceed $5,000 will require more steps.
Additional information: https://www.cu.edu/psc/purchasing/
CU W9 form: CU-W9-Vendors.pdf
Tax Exempt certificate: TaxExemptCert.pdf
Reimbursements are processed for departmental expenses that are purchase out of pocket. CU recommends that you use reimbursements as your last resort. Download the reimbursement form. Here is a lists of items you can be reimbursed for:
You will not be reimbursed for Office Supplies. That includes things like tape, calculators, rulers, note pads, scissors, paper etc. Please see Staples in Marketplace for all your office supply needs.
Do not use your ACARD at Staples.
Travel Vouchers - All travel-related expenses have to be reimbursed on a Travel Voucher. Please use the IPHY Travel Voucher.
Travel Card - A travel card is available for our frequent travelers. It allows you to make travel-related purchases and not pay out of pocket. Please see your travel liaison for an application.
Do you have something you need to get rid of? Please process the Disposal List form and either email or send via department mail to Eric Heltne (Eric.Heltne@colorado.edu; Carlson 207). If the item has been in contact with a form of hazardous, radioactive material or other substances that could contaminate someone or something please process the EH&S form and follow the procedure to cleanse the item.
If your research is coming to a close it is appreciated that you follow the steps found in this document: Vacating Lab Spaces.
When a subject is being paid for participating in a research study they are required to submit a CU-W9-Subjects form for tax purposes. This allows us to set them up as a vendor in the system so that we can process their payment. Please also complete the Subject payment form to ensure that we have all the information to process the payment.
Submit to Trisha Ward: Trisha.Ward@colorado.edu
Basic information on hardware and software through OIT: http://oit.colorado.edu/software-hardware
OIT hardware and software recommendations: http://oit.colorado.edu/recommendations
Available software: http://oit.colorado.edu/licenses
Some software is free (i.e. Operating systems, Office, MATLab - see above link and chart for what is actually free and for whom). Others have nominal charges; check here for more details: http://oit.colorado.edu/software-hardware/acquire
For software that cannot be obtained through OIT, you can often purchase through Insight, usually at prices better than elsewhere: https://www.insight.com/us/en/ips/client/wsca/wsca-software/colorado.html
To purchase directly from Apple: access the Apple portal through Marketplace (accessed in myCUinfo.)
Software and Hardware contact: Eric.Heltne@colorado.edu
The Integrative Physiology department has four Xerox multi-purpose copier/printer/scanners. Please use these for printing where possible, especially for large jobs. These devices do double-sided printing and stapling, which is nice for multi-copy jobs.
You can also scan from these devices and email yourself the scan as a PDF.
To set up your computer to print to the Xerox machine, first go to: http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-5135-5150/downloads/, choose your operating system from the drop-down list and download/install.
Detailed instructions for driver and accounting setup: Xerox-Instructions.pdf
The poster printer is located in Carlson 202. Lab posters are recharged to grant overhead. If you need help, please contact Eric.
Conference Poster Guidelines:
Poster printer contact: Eric.Heltne@colorado.edu