MIT Faculty Newsletter  
Vol. XXII No. 4
March / April / May 2010
New Opportunities Toward Nuclear Disarmament: Reviving Faculty Roles?
Is President Obama Reducing the Probability of Nuclear War?
MIT in Action in Haiti
MIT Medical Director Discusses Changes: Community Care Center Proposed
The MIT Medical Department 1901-2004:
A Very Brief History
Academic Integrity
The Chancellor and Student Deans Ask Students to Share "What's On Your Mind?"
Arthur C. Smith
Richard K. Yamamoto
New AT&T and Sprint Nextel Transmitters Promise Better Cell Phone Coverage
Graduate Fellows Build Community
The Foremost Resource Students Need
is Your Time
MIT Center for International Studies:
Student Training and Faculty Funding
MIT Finance Initiating Digital Tools and Services: ePaystubs Available in June
MIT Professional Education: Summer 2011 Short Course Proposals
U.S. News & World Report:
Graduate School Rankings 2001-2010
MIT Publications Online
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MIT Finance Initiating Digital Tools and Services: ePaystubs Available in June


In a recent e-mail to the MIT community, Vice President for Finance Israel Ruiz highlighted progress on a series of projects to move to digital administrative tools and services. The projects are tied to themes that emerged from the Institute-wide Planning Task Force and are part of efforts to forge what Ruiz calls a digital evolution at MIT.    

In a major change to MIT’s payroll services, all MIT faculty, staff, and students will begin receiving electronic paystubs in late June. After a transitional period, they will no longer receive paper paystubs as of July 30. The ePaystubs service will be available through SAPWeb Employee Self Service and will provide access to historical paystubs for up to 24 months.

To learn more about ePaystubs, please visit: For more information on the Office of the Vice President’s works to forge a digital evolution, see

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