Save the date for “Trauma-Informed Care” workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Christie Theatre. Watch your email for a registration link. “Many of our students, colleagues, family, and friends have faced trauma and adverse childhood experiences. Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is an evidence-informed approach that promotes healthy and compassionate relationships with those we come in contact. The ability to transform our thinking around the adverse experiences that others face allows us to act in a manner that will enhance the well-being of others. This training will reinforce common humanistic principles (ex. Treat others as you would want to be treated), but it will also teach you about the effects of trauma and adverse childhood experiences, techniques to become a trauma-informed professional, and how to implement TIC in various work areas and in your personal life. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend this powerful workshop.” Questions can be directed to ASPDPC chair Laura Delikowski, at email@example.com, or USPDC chair Teri Ternes at firstname.lastname@example.org. The workshop is presented by Dana Johnson (Social Work), lecturer and child welfare coordinator. It is sponsored jointly by the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee and the University Staff Professional Development Committee.
Two free workshops for faculty and staff will be held soon at the Christie Theatre, University Union. The Budgeting Practices & Strategies workshop is from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and will teach budgeting for day-to-day expenses and saving for emergencies. The Identity Theft workshop will take place from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and will address steps individuals can take to protect themselves and their accounts from identity theft. The workshops are sponsored by the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee and the University Staff Professional Development Committee, and will be presented by financial specialists from UW-Credit Union, Madison. All UW-Green Bay employees are invited and encouraged to attend. Register here to attend one or both workshops.
All University Staff member are invited to register for 2017 Fall Conference: “How Do You Communicate,” presented by UW-Green Bay’s University Staff Professional Development Committee. Please check your email for the registration link! Visit the new University Staff website and find conference details under the “Professional Development” tab. The conference will be held Oct. 20, 2017 at Tundra Lodge in Green Bay. The registration cost is $99 and will close on Oct. 6, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact USPDC chair Teri Ternes.
The membership for the 2017-18 University Staff Shared Governance Committees has been determined:
University Staff Committee: Julie Flenz (Human Resources Liaison), Holly Keener, Fred Kennerhed, Monika Pynaker, Jan Snyder (Chair), Teri Ternes (Secretary), Tracy Van Erem (Treasurer) and Amanda Wildenberg (Vice Chair).
Election Committee: Holly Keener (Chair), Ron Kottnitz and Anna Maier.
Personnel Committee: Brenda Beck, Jayne Kluge, Christine Olson (Human Resources Liaison), Kathy Reissmann, Helene Rosner (Chair) and TBD.
Professional Development Committee: Julie Flenz, Kim Mezger, Sarah Pratt, Teri Ternes (Chair) and Crystal Williams.
Save the date(s) for the “Dealing with Disruptions” presentation, from 10 a.m. to noon, August 29 or 1 to 3 p.m. August 30 in the Christie Theater. Watch your campus email for the registration link. Questions can be directed to Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee (ASPDPC) chair Laura Delikowski or University Staff Professional Development Committee (USPDC) chair Teri Ternes. Have you ever been seriously concerned for a student, co-worker, friend or family member? Have you been unclear on a course of action? Have you thought of your personal safety and those around you in times of workplace disruption? Recognize when to be concerned, what to do, and who to call for help. Encourage discussion between you and your colleagues to determine a plan of action for personal safety. The University Staff Professional Development Committee and the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee are the sponsors. The workshop is presented by UW-Green Bay offices of Public Safety, Counseling and Health and the Dean of Students.
Register today for “What’s The Benefit? Resources You Never Knew You Had.”
Cofrin Library 304, Schneider Foundation Library Research Lab. Have you ever wondered about your perks as a UW-Green Bay Employee? What is available? What they mean? What can it do for you? The Academic Staff Professional Development Planning Committee and the University Staff Professional Development Committee will be sponsoring an event to help you learn about the resources available to you.
The Academic Staff Professional Development Planning Committee and the University Staff Professional Development Committee will be sponsoring an event to help you learn about the UW-Green Bay benefits you might have never known you had! Join representatives to learn how you can access the resources and benefits available to you such as library services, health and wellness, dining, software and Shorewood golf… just to name a few. The event date is Thursday, July 20 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and will be held in Cofrin Library 304 (Schneider Foundation Library Research Lab). Watch your email for more information and to register.
Register today to attend a workshop lead by guest speaker Tina Hallis Ph.D. on “Finding Resilience in Times of Ambiguity and Uncertainty” from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, 2017 in the University Union. Hallis will discuss how to harness the power of positivity to become resilient when faced with problems. This event is free for Academic and University Staff. Refreshments will be provided during the break.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Ben Fauske is leading a professional development opportunity, “Coaching for Performance,” Thursday, March 16. This is not just a workshop for supervisors. All are welcome to attend one or both sessions in Phoenix C, University Union. Session 1 is from 10 a.m. to noon and is called Coaching Challenges, Communicating with Style and Healthy Conflict. Session 2 is from 1 to 3 p.m. and is called Core Competencies, Strategic Objective Setting, Performance Management and Talent. Presented by USC/ASC Joint Committee. Please contact Teri Ternes (email@example.com) or Bekky Vrabel (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or to register.