Workshop Registration

2019-2020 Workshops

To register, please click on “Register Here” for each class you are interested in attending.

March

Cultural Intelligence Center – Values Workshop  FULL

Date: 3/17/2020 – RSVP by Fri., Mar. 6
Time: 9-12 p.m.
Location: Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Rooms
Instructor: Robert Scott (CEDO)

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Cultural Values are personal preferences that remain relatively stable over time. Understanding your own preferences and learning about the typical preferences of others can help you anticipate possible similarities and differences in ways people approach life and work. Cultural Values can differ among individuals with similar cultural backgrounds and also between two individuals from different cultural backgrounds. This module will include a personal assessment and workshop to better understand your assessment results.

*Space is limited to 25 people. You will need to take a short online assessment before the workshop, the cost of which will be covered by CoE ($25/person). It is imperative that you sign up to participate only if you can attend the course.

Personal Financial Management with Fidelity FULL

Date: 3/24/2020
Time: 12-5 p.m.
Location: 1210 LEC
Instructor: Chandler Groves, Fidelity Representative

Meet one-on-one with a Fidelity Investments, Inc. representative to discuss your own financial  management strategies or to better understand your retirement accounts. Appointments will be one hour starting at noon. 

Project Management Series II: Project Implementation Postponed till fall 2020

Date: 3/31/2020
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Location: Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Rooms
Instructor: Andrea Bolash (RPM), Lisa Campbell (RPM), Rose Moya (CAEN) and Karen Saito (CAEN)

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At this workshop participants will get hands on experience utilizing project planning tools, learn more about how projects are run at the college, and get first-hand knowledge about how to navigate CoE’s organizational structure to drive their projects to successful completion. This workshop with a focus on project implementation is the second of a three-part series.  Participants should register for all sections if possible.

Program Note:

This program covers fundamental project planning topics and is not intended for those who specialize in, are certified or have received extensive training in project management. Participants should have completed either the May 2019 PM Lunch & Learn event or the Fundamentals of Project Management through Organizational Learning.

April

LGBTQ+ Identities & Inclusive Language Postponed till fall 2020

Date: 4/7/2020
Time: 10-11:30 a.m.
Location: Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Rooms
Instructor: Spectrum Center 

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This course focuses on introductory information about culture, language, and current issues facing the LGBTQ+ community. It will be an interactive discussion, with a nonjudgmental space to ask questions and learn more.

We invite staff from all backgrounds to participate in the discussion around gender identities, the spectrum of attractionality and a broad range of experiences within the LBGTQ+ community.

Make Amazing Slide Presentations

Date: 4/14/2020
Time: 1-3 p.m.
Location: Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Rooms
Instructor: Lisa Campbell (RPM)

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Learn how to plan, build and deliver a great slide presentation that leaves a lasting impression. Whether you are new to PowerPoint and Google Slides, or are a master user, this workshop will help you better understand some effective design principles and tools to wow your next audience.

The session will include hands-on activities, discussion and plenty of real-life examples. You will NOT need to bring a computer.

Project Management Series III: Project Close  Postponed till fall 2020

Date: 4/28/2020
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Location: Duderstadt Center, Room 3358
Instructor: Andrea Bolash (RPM), Lisa Campbell (RPM), Rose Moya (CAEN) and Karen Saito (CAEN)

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At this workshop participants will get hands on experience utilizing project planning tools, learn more about how projects are run at the college, and get first-hand knowledge about how to navigate CoE’s organizational structure to drive their projects to successful completion. This workshop with a focus on project close is the third of a three-part series. Participants should register for all sections if possible.

Program Note:

This program covers fundamental project planning topics and is not intended for those who specialize in, are certified or have received extensive training in project management. Participants should have completed either the May 2019 PM Lunch & Learn event or the Fundamentals of Project Management through Organizational Learning.