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Showing events 1 - 10 of 46 unique titles ( a total of 65 sessions )

    • Suicide Prevention Training (Community)

    • 3 dates and times available
    •  Wake Forest University Counseling Center (UCC) staff are trained in suicide prevention and utilize the evidence-based CampusConnect:  A Suicide Prevention Training for Gatekeepers from Syracuse University. UCC staff  train members of the WFU community (faculty, staff, . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • Get SMART: Personal and Professional Goal-Setting (Communication)

    • Tuesday, January 23rd, 20182:00 pm - 3:30 pm
    • This class will explore the many reasons why we set goals (personally and professionally) and why even the best thought out goals can fail.  Attendees will learn about the importance of setting SMART goals in order to help achieve desired objectives and outcomes. Discussion will include the . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Gender Equity at Work: Imposter Syndrome

    • Wednesday, January 24th, 20189:00 am - 11:00 am
    • The Women's Center series "Gender Equity at Work" is a new professional development suite that 1.) builds participants' critical eye for recognizing how gender norms and expectations show up in the workplace and why it matters; and 2.) develops participants' skills to better advocate for . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Microsoft Word Basics

    • Wednesday, January 24th, 20182:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    • Join us as we learn the basics of Microsoft Word! After this class, attendees will have a solid understanding of basic navigation of Word, knowledge of common tools, as well as the File, Home, Insert, and Page Layout tabs.  See you there!

    • Location: ZSR Library 204
    • Managing Excellence: Creating Sustainable Accountability Part 2 (Leadership)

    • Thursday, January 25th, 20181:30 pm - 3:30 pm
    •  **Attendees to this class must have attended Creating Sustainable Accountability Part 1** Part 2 of this series will identify the steps to building personal accountability.  Participants will review actions and behaviors that create environments where individuals are held accountable by . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Microsoft Word Advanced

    • Monday, January 29th, 20182:30 pm - 4:30 pm
    • If you have attended the Microsoft Word Basics class, and are ready to learn the rest of what Microsoft Word has to offer, then this class is for you! Join us as we explore the References, Mailings, Review, and View tabs, as well as more advanced processes such as performing a Mail Merge, creating . . .

    • Location: ZSR Library 204
    • TA and PostDoc Series: Writing Effective Learning Objectives

    • Tuesday, January 30th, 20189:00 am - 10:15 am
    • Let’s talk about how focusing on student learning can save you time both in and out of the classroom. Clearly articulating what you want students to learn in your courses helps you target your efforts and design learning experiences to ensure students are meeting those . . .

    • Location: Piedmont Triad Community Research Ctr, Chestnut Rm
    • Make the Most of Networking (Communication)

    • Tuesday, January 30th, 20189:30 am - 11:00 am
    • Do networking events cause you to feel anxious?  Do you typically avoid social time at conferences?  This class will review how you can best take advantage of networking events.  Attendees will participate in practice that stresses the importance of key behaviors before, during, and . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • TA and PostDoc Series: Active Learning

    • Tuesday, January 30th, 201810:30 am - 11:45 am
    • 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: Piedmont Triad Community Research Ctr, Chestnut Rm
    • TA and PostDoc Series: Writing a Teaching Philosophy 1

    • 2 dates and times available
    • If you intend to apply for academic positions, it is likely that you will be asked to submit your philosophy of teaching statement as part of your application. During this session, we’ll examine sample philosophies and evaluate them using a rubric developed at the University of Michigan. We . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations