April 26, 2017
Registration is continuing for spring term workshops from the Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs. The workshops, offered by the Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs, are intended for tenure-related faculty, nontenure-track faculty, unit heads and staff. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, and human resources helped develop a number of workshops specific to unit heads.
Spring term workshops are:
May 17 — Teaching and Professional Development for Career NTTF
EMU 023/Lewis Room, noon-2 p.m.
This workshop will feature a discussion about developing and maintaining a fulfilling and engaging career as NTTF instructional faculty at the University of Oregon. Join our distinguished panel of career NTTF instructors as they share what has fed their soul and helped them develop themselves as professionals. Facilitated by Lee Rumbarger, Teaching Engagement Program; Panelists include: Sierra Dawson (CAS - Human Physiology), Galen Martin (CAS - International Studies), Deb Bauer (LCB) and Julie Voelker-Morris (AAA). Faculty and units heads encouraged to attend.
May 18 — Unit Heads Training: Q&A with the Business Bunch
EMU 107/Miller Room, 10-11:30 a.m.
Bring your questions about budget, HR, audit, payroll, travel, internal controls, contracts and any other issues. We will do our best to provide unit heads with answers to your questions and information about campus resources.
May 19 — Prohibited Discrimination Reporting: Understanding Your Role in Reporting Prohibited Discrimination and Harassment-NEW
EMU 146/Crater Lake North, 9-11:30 a.m.
In this introductory training, Darci Heroy - Title IX coordinator, will discuss university policies prohibiting discrimination and harassment, types of behavior that constitute different treatment or discriminatory harassment and your role in helping to create a community in which such behavior is not tolerated. We will also discuss employee reporting obligations, response to typical scenarios and the resources that are currently available to you and/or to the students you serve. All UO employees are welcome to attend.
The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs