Training

2nd Annual Teaching Excellence Symposium 2020

Call for Proposals for the
2nd Annual HSU Teaching Excellence Symposium on April 24, 2020

This is an opportunity to make teaching visible through sharing your stories of teaching excellence.

Professional Development Opportunities For Feb 17 - 28

The Human Resources Department brings to you the following Professional Development opportunities:

February Faculty Workshops

Join us for the Upcoming February Faculty-Led Workshops

Please register for Spring workshops

Understanding and Adopting Equitable Teaching Strategies

Facilitator: Dr. Kim White, Chemistry

Two-part session: February 7 and February 14, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, LIB 317

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FEB 3 - 14

The Human Resources Department brings to you the following Professional Development opportunities:

Workshop: Grading Contracts

Please join us for a workshop on Labor-Based Grading Contracts as Anti-Racist Classroom Assessment

Professional Development Opportunities for Jan 28 - Feb 7

The Human Resources Department brings to you the following Professional Development opportunities:

HSU HR Professional Development Opportunities for Jan 28 - 31

January 28 @ 10am
Time Management - Reclaim Control Over Your Schedule
Too much to do but too little time? Learn what gets in the way and reclaim control over your schedule. Discover what beliefs and habits keep you overworked and overwhelmed. Find freedom and personal empowerment by rethinking how to get more work done in less time. This is a multi-modal course, with a blend of webinar content and facilitated group dialogue.

HSU Understanding ADA Accommodations - Fri 1/24/2020 @ 10am

This training will review the ADA accommodation and disability interactive process for Administrators including roles and responsibilities for those involved.

Register Here

The Science of Change: Strategies for Effective Individual and Organizational Change - Thu 1/23/2020 @ noon

An exciting body of research reveals surprising and effective tools for sustaining passion, performance, and creativity. This workshop will explore the research and provide resources for sustaining excellence and enthusiasm in health, relationships, and work.

Guest speaker Dr. Robert Maurer is the author of "One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way".

Lunch will be provided. Space is limited; pre-registration is required.