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During this workshop, we’ll examine underlying causes of student distress as well as ways to respond to students who appear to be in crisis. We will also discuss strategies for managing and mitigating stress throughout the semester to help students avoid or manage crisis . . .
A seated dinner with a moderated conversation provided by The Call to Conversation Program Topic: Leadership and Character *Optional reception and networking from 6:30 PM-7:00 PM* Call to Conversation from 7:00 PM-8:30 PM For additional information about Wake Forest's . . .
During this second session, we’ll refine our teaching philosophies through the use of peer feedback from other attendees. You’ll also have the added benefit of viewing a variety of different types of philosophies through this process. Bring your completed teaching philosophy and a keen . . .
Explore what it means to you personally to be a civic leader through frameworks for leadership and identity development. Learn reflection techniques for engaging more meaningfully.
This half-day seminar is designed to assist faculty members who want to evaluate the skills they bring to a research team or collaborative situation.
Would you like to take your PowerPoint presentation to the next level? Join us for this workshop where we'll explore PowerPoint's more advanced features including: customizing themes inserting audio and video creating SmartArt graphics setting up triggered . . .
This workshop will address how to perform Bayesian modeling using R. Bayesian modeling (sometimes called Bayesian Inference) treats outcomes as random variables with probability distributions. This workshop will cover how to apply some basic Bayesian analysis with specific focus on the `brms` . . .
A seated dinner with a moderated conversation provided by The Wake Forest Scholars Program Topic: Pro Humanitate in a Polarized Society For additional information about Wake Forest's movement to spark more meaningful conversation, please visit c2c.wfu.edu. SPECIAL NOTES: . . .
Please join us for this fun, informal session, where we'll show you great ways to improve how you use your Google Mail and Calendar. Topics we'll cover include: Goodbye Doodle! Use your Google Calendar to see everyone’s availability. Let Google manage your incoming emails by . . .
What have students actually learned when they complete a program of study? Do they know, can they do, all the things we think they can? Have they progressively developed expertise in a discipline or have they just accumulated many credits? The goal of this workshop is to help us answer these . . .