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    • Safe Zone Workshop

    • 2 dates and times available
    •  The Safe Zone program is an in-depth, interactive presentation designed to educate Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students about the LGBTQ community. Anti-LGBTQ bias and prejudice affects all members of a community, and we all have the opportunity to work against it. Participants . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • TA and PostDoc Series: Teaching Inclusively

    • Thursday, October 4th, 20184:00 pm - 5:15 pm
    • The pedagogical choices we make as instructors can have a major impact on the climate for learning in our classrooms. Join us as we explore instructional strategies that promote learning success through intentional course design. Inclusive teaching strategies strengthen the performance of all . . .

    • Location: ZSR Library 665 (TLC Classroom)
    • Global Laureates Academy Workshop I

    • Tuesday, October 9th, 20183:30 pm - 5:00 pm
    •  Intercultural Inquiry Workshop one in the Global Laureates Academy workshop series teaches how to interpret global event, values and practices from multiple cultural perspectives.

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Creating Surveys, Questionnaires, and Quizzes with Google Forms

    • Wednesday, October 10th, 201811:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • Do you ever need to send out a simple questionnaire or survey? Would you like to poll your students or fellow faculty or staff about something? Google Forms can help! Located inside our Google Drive, we can use Google Forms as a simple or sophisticated survey tool! Join us to learn . . .

    • Location: ZSR Library 204
    • Introduction to Effective Mentoring

    • Wednesday, October 10th, 20182:30 pm - 4:30 pm
    • In this introductory course, participants will learn about the definition and history of mentoring and coaching, and the roles and strategies that effective mentors and mentees use to support effective relationships. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how to be an effective . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Lunch 'n Learn: Taking Care of Your Brain with Cleaner Eating

    • 2 dates and times available
    • ‚ÄčIs nurturing a healthy brain important to you? Are you confused about what clean eating means and how it relates to brain health? Join Cindy Silver for a fun group session that will help you put together the facts, learn everyday tips and take away your personal action plan to succeed! Fun and . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • Assisting Students to Develop and Express Thesis Statements in their Argumentative Writing

    • Wednesday, October 17th, 20183:30 pm - 4:45 pm
    • Across departments and courses, undergraduate and graduate students are frequently assessed on their ability to craft strong thesis statements—or, statements that express the main argumentative position of the paper. Research in Writing Studies, however, points to the many challenges students . . .

    • Location: ZSR Library 665 (TLC Classroom)
    • Keeping Your Data Tidy: An Introduction to OpenRefine

    • 2 dates and times available
    • Research in its raw form is often messy. OpenRefine is a free tool that scholars can use to examine, clean, and add structure to the information they gather. Learn more about this powerful tool and how it can support your own research.

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • Towards a Culture of Respect Training Series: Session 1

    • Thursday, October 18th, 20183:00 pm - 4:30 pm
    • The Safe Office and the Office of Title IX are piloting a three session training series this Fall open to students, faculty and staff to better understand their role in campus sexual misconduct prevention and response. Although not required, it is highly encouraged that participants complete all . . .

    • Location: Manchester Hall, Room 121
    • TA and PostDoc Series: Active Learning

    • Thursday, October 18th, 20184:00 pm - 5:15 pm
    • All of the recent research into learning and how learning occurs, points to the effectiveness and necessity of actively engaging students in the classroom. It is not enough for instructors to ‘show and tell’ information, answers, processes, etc.; students have to engage with the . . .

    • Location: ZSR Library 477