Professional development training available to all faculty and staff

The Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee invites all academic staff, university Staff, and faculty to attend professional development trainings on the following topics. There is no fee for these trainings.

Wednesday Feb 8, 2-3pm: QUALTRICS: HOW TO CRAFT A SURVEY (hybrid)

  • Follow along with Qualtrics Basecamp training modules and then practice creating a survey.


  • Join colleagues in watching a pre-recorded Kepro training on this topic followed by a brief discussion on challenges and opportunities for cultivating positive workplace culture.

Wednesday Apr 5, 1pm – 2:45pm*: SCENARIOS FOR SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH (hybrid)

  • In the first hour, everyone will work through the Kognito interactive training on recognizing and supporting students and peers who may be struggling with mental health. Those who’ve already completed Kognito can still join at 2pm to discuss more real-life scenarios and resources with one of the licensed counselors from the Wellness Center. Bring headphones OR join remotely for the Kognito portion, then join in-person for discussion.

Wednesday Apr 26, 2-3pm: APPLYING SUSTAINABILITY IN YOUR WORK (hybrid)

  • Everyone plays a role in the environmental sustainability of the institution and community. Join Sustainability Coordinator, Daniela Beall, to cover some basics of sustainability using LinkedIn Learning modules and discuss how to apply sustainability in specific roles at UW-Green Bay.

These trainings are offered in a hybrid capacity to allow people to participate in the mode they find most comfortable. The trainings will be hosted in-person on the Green Bay campus (locations shared to registrants), with virtual access for those who prefer to join via Teams. Register any time using this form. After signing up, you’ll receive an Outlook calendar invite with a Teams link and location information to attend the training. Seating is limited in-person so register early to reserve a spot.

With questions and accommodations, please contact Daniela Beall, Chair of the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee

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