Professional Development Calendar
Please (CLICK HERE) to register for any Organizational Excellence activity, events or workshop.
May 15 - May 31
Join us May 25, 2017 for STAR Day as we celebrate and recognize our SUPER staff across campus through a full day of professional development workshops, a celebratory service awards luncheon, and magic-filled closing ceremony. Come dressed as your favorite superhero to celebrate our theme, Not All Heroes Wear Capes, and participate in an individual and group costume contest to wrap up our day at the closing ceremony. Register below to reserve your spot!
- Welcome Breakfast
- Opening Ceremony
- Workshop Registration
- Service Awards Luncheon (click here to review the Service Awards Recipient list)
- Closing Ceremony featuring The Magic of Elder
Navigating Fresno State
Datawarehouse - Open Lab
Open lab session for 2 hours. This time slot is to assist individual/s with their report set up and answer questions pertaining to CFS Finance Datawarehouse.
Enhancing Your Technical Skills
Learn how to navigate OUCampus and post text, photos, graphics, and tables to your campus websites.
President's Cultural Competency Certificate Program
Welcoming Diversity - Prejudice Reduction(Prerequisite)
Welcoming Diversity is a full day, interactive workshop focusing on understanding prejudices and is led by the Fresno State Campus Affiliate of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI). NCBI is a nonprofit leadership training organization that works to eliminate prejudice and inter-group conflict on campuses and in communities throughout the world. Its university campus affiliate members are trained to provide a proactive response to discrimination and intergroup conflicts. The Fresno State Campus Affiliate consists of a team of students, faculty and staff trained to lead Prejudice Reduction workshops and the Controversial Issues Process.
Examining Microagressions and Their Impact on Campus Climate (Required)
Through this workshop, participants will have an increased understanding of the different forms of microaggressions and forms of bullying, as well as the impact each has on campus climate. This understanding will be used to develop tools and strategies to effectively interrupt microagressions and forms of bullying, and educate others in the process. In addition, participants will learn an increased respect for others' right to dignity, and have opportunities to engage in dialogues with one another to share experiences, concerns, and best practices moving forward.
The Organizational Excellence Calendar represents professional development opportunities from across campus. This calendar and its workshops are supported by: Human Resources, Center for Faculty Excellence, Healthy U, Student Affairs and many more.