Pamela Zagami

Administrative Services Specialist

Pamela Zagami

Pamela Zagami is the Administrative Services Specialist to James R. Lowe, Assistant Vice Provost / Executive Director of the Center for Career Development and Fiscal Officer for the department.   She focuses on budgetary, personnel, and business operations and is the department’s Security Liaison for Human Capital Management and a Readiness Council Member for new university initiatives and programs / platforms / processes.  Pam provides department-wide support including project development and management, event planning, and travel.  As Fiscal Officer, Pam is responsible for budget management, procurement, annual budget construction, as well as annual GUF submissions.   She is a departmental liaison to the Provost Office, Human Resources, Labor Relations, Contracts, Procurement, Budget, Accounting, Cash Operations, UConn Foundation, among others.

Prior to joining UConn, Pam was a Senior Manager with Deloitte’s Office of National Immigration, overseeing the Tax Practice’s immigration program and was the Firm’s I-9 Specialist for Human Resources in the United States. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA.

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The Twenty-Three Unwritten Rules of College Etiquette

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Here is a great article from college.com written by Robert H. Miller — John Wiley & Sons, Inc. about college etiquette – http://www.education.com/reference/article/unwritten-rules-college-etiquette/

What is really interesting about this article is this applies not only to college etiquette, but to work …

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Dos and Don’ts for Parents – Involvement in your College Student’s Career Development

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Entering college can be a little worrisome. Parents have concerns with safety, grades, tuition, and roommates among many other things, so it’s no wonder they want to be more involved. Encouraging independence will improve your college student’s chances for success …

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“Workplace Cell Phone Etiquette – 7 Smart Tips” by Rachel Wagner

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Etiquette, or acceptable social behavior also known as “good manners”, has evolved from a strict set of rules and advice on everything from good breeding and hygiene into what some might say are a “relaxed” set of norms. And, with …

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On the Job – Poor Etiquette Can Hurt You!

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Attached is a link from an article in USA Today from 2012 which gives some tips on how poor etiquette can hurt you on the job – http://usat.ly/1sLcru3

Remember – You never know who you are going to meet on your …

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Career Etiquette – Making and Keeping Appointments

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Whether you are an undergraduate in the first semester of your first year, a PhD candidate preparing for a dissertation oral defense, or a seasoned professional ten years into your career, the way you present yourself matters. By following current …

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Jobs With Great Work-Life Balance

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As students move from a learning environment to a work environment, its important to find a great work-life balance. Check out this article written by Sanjay Salomon of the Boston.com Staff which includes a list of top jobs to achieve …

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