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Division of Student Affairs

Professional Development

NCBI Workshop "Leadership for Diversity Inclusion"

Tuesday, Feb., 9th in the University Room of Maucker Union -or- Wednesday, March 2nd in CME 109

All sessions from 9am-4pm, lunch provided. Must be able to attend all day.

For more information, visit the NCBI website.

Affinity Groups

The Student Affairs Professional Development Committee is pleased to announce the formation of several Affinity Groups. An Affinity Group is a group formed around an shared interest or common goal to which individuals formally or informally belong. An affinity group can last as long as the group is still active or until a specific activity is done. Keep an eye out for new Affinity Groups that you may be interested in joining on our website. If you are interested in joining any of theses groups, please contact the person(s) listed for that group. If you are interested in forming an Affinity Group, please complete the following survey

 

Online Training for UNI Faculty, Staff and Students

UNI faculty, staff and students have access, through their CatID, to the Lynda.com Online Training Library which contains over 1,100 courses and 66,000 video tutorials for access anytime, anywhere with Internet access. Start using Lynda.com >

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Tuesday Registration

 

Committee Membership

The Professional Development Committee was developed to support and communicate the professional development opportunities for Student Affairs staff. Committee members include:

Co-Chairs: Carol Fletcher and Timothy Klatt
Ashley Brickley Renae Carrillo Rachel Cook Mary Friedrich
Gabe Gravert Haley Hastenstein Shelley O'Connell Anna McGee
Todd Thomas      
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