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In-service Schedule Spring 2015

Monday, January 5

  • New Faculty Training (BRC 123—10:00 am–12:00 pm)
    Topics will include:
         IIT Support – Speaker: Chad Gilbeck
         FERPA – Speaker: Amy Gleason
         Title IX, Mandatory Reporting, and Sexual Relations Policies – Speaker: Sonya Ganther
         Active Shooter Training – Speaker: Lisa Josvai

Tuesday, January 6

  • Orientation to Mission Part II (Location: Franciscan Spirituality Center, 920 Market Street—9:00 am-4:00 pm)

Wednesday, January 7

8:00                Continental breakfast in FAC Lobby
8:30                Plenary Session
10:00–11:50   Diversity Training (FAC Lobby): “The Little Things Matter - Understanding the Impact of 
                       Microaggressions.” Presented by Beth Hartung, M.S.E.; Executive Director, Options
                       Clinic.
                       All full-time faculty with last names A–L are expected to attend
        10:00–10:50    Choice of three concurrent sessions: 
                                   Strategies for Engaging Students (NRC 101)
                                   Understanding the NEW Post-Tenure Review Process (NRC 195)
                                   Practicing Appreciative Advising (NRC 285)
        11:00–11:50    Choice of three concurrent sessions:
                         
           Addressing Student Mental Health, Behavioral, and Crises Issues (NRC 101)
                                    Beyond PowerPoint: Effective Presentations In-Person and Online (NRC 195)
                                    Moodle Gradebook: Tips and Tricks! (NRC 285)    
Noon               Lunch in FAC Lobby
1:00–2:50       Diversity Training (FAC Lobby): “The Little Things Matter - Understanding the Impact of
                       Microaggressions.” Presented by Beth Hartung, M.S.E.; Executive Director, Options
                       Clinic.
                       All full-time faculty with last names M–Z are expected to attend               
           1:00–1:50     Choice of three concurrent sessions:  
                                    Applying for Faculty Development Grants (NRC 101)
                                    Understanding the NEW Post-Tenure Review Process (NRC 195)
                                    Practicing Appreciative Advising (NRC 285)
           2:00–2:50     Choice of three concurrent sessions:         
                                     International Students in Your Classroom (NRC 101)
                                     Beyond PowerPoint: Effective Presentations In-Person and Online (NRC 195)
                                     Moodle Gradebook: Tips and Tricks! (NRC 285)

Thursday, January 8

  • College/School Meetings

Friday, January 9

  • Graduate Forum (BRC 123—8:30–10:30 am)
  • Transfer Student Registration 
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