• InterWorldview Respect and Inclusion

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Course number: DIV224 Saturday, May 25 from noon to 3:00 p.m. Facilitator: Tee Rogers Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 As faith and non-faith diversity increases, incidents of related discrimination, bullying, marginalization, and other challenges continue to rise. Through interactive discussions and games we explore faith and non-faith diversity and the experiences of those facing challenges in our culture because ...

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  • Atheism and Humanism: Living Without God

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Course number: DIV353 Saturday, May 25 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Facilitator: Tee Rogers Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 This is an InterWorldview advanced workshop focusing specifically on Atheism. We define Atheism, Humanism, and other non-faith identities and explore the values and inner-life of non-religious individuals. We learn about the specific challenges the non-faith demographic faces and consider ...

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  • Fostering a Civil Workplace - LDR012 (Faculty & Staff Supervisors Only) (Recurring Event)

    UCF Human Resources - Innovative Center: Training Room

    According to a 2018 survey, 69 percent of respondents cited incivility as a major problem in American society, with 29 percent reporting that they have experienced uncivil behavior at work. Supervisors have an important role in creating a work environment that is respectful. This workshop explores issues of workplace civility, and provides supervisors with strategies for addressing uncivil behavior and ...

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  • Safe Zone Series: Advocates (Recurring Event)

    Live Oak AB

    Course number: DIV241 Wednesday, May 29 from 10 a.m. to noon Facilitator: LGBTQ+ Services Location: Live Oak AB Thursday, July 11 from 3:00pm-5:00pm Facilitator: LGBTQ+ Services Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 The Safe Zone Advocates training is the second in the series and was created to further individual knowledge and understanding of LGBTQ+ issues. The training is geared toward ...

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  • What is a CV? - Online

    Online

    How does a CV differ from a resume? Techniques to target academic and professional positions will be discussed. Discover the components and formats to create a document that effectively communicates your professional background. Students must register for all workshops through their myUCF Student Center under Graduate Students then Pathways to Success. This is an online webinar and you will receive ...

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  • Getting Started on Your Research Proposal

    The Burnett Honors College: BHC 130

    Support for Honors Undergraduate Thesis students led by John Odonnell.

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  • 2nd Annual Play Therapy Conference

    Morgridge International Reading Center

    Join us for this interactive, advanced play therapy workshop! During the two-day conference, participants will gain valuable knowledge that will be additive to their play therapy toolbox. Dr. Dee Ray will go beyond the basics of play therapy. She will inform practitioners about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) roles and effects while identifying strategies to treat children, teach attendees common themes ...

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  • Preparing for Graduate School and Getting Letters of Reccomendation

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201

    This workshop (in collaboration with the Academic Advancement Programs Office) will help students understand the process of preparing for graduate school and acquiring letters of recommendation from professors.

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  • Early Childhood Summer Institute

    Teaching Academy

    Join us for UCF's Early Childhood Summer Institute - "All Hands on Deck: Creating a Wholistic Approach to Supporting Young Children" for three days of interactive workshops and networking with other professionals, graduate students and college faculty members on early childhood education development. Professionals and students from all disciplines (education, counseling, social work, psychology, communication disorders and others) engaged in ...

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  • UCF Digital Storytelling Camp (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy

    Every summer, the college offers a digital storytelling camp. Students in grades K-6 combine literacy, visual arts and technology while embarking on reading adventures. Three separate, weekly sessions are available. The final session includes a parent celebration where students showcase their digital stories.Learn more at bit.ly/SummerReadingDigitalStorytellingUCFMain19*Students may enroll in the morning Summer Reading Clinic at UCF Main Campus for an ...

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  • Emotional Intelligence: EQ vs. IQ - PER205 (Faculty & Staff Only)

    UCF Human Resources - Innovative Center: Training Room

    Being successful in the workplace is an intricate combination of knowledge, technical competence, and interpersonal skills. Emotional intelligence is the necessary ingredient for reducing personality conflicts, complaining, and misunderstandings in your workplace. In this session, you’ll learn techniques to keep yourself in tune to understand how you affect others and their productivity.

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  • How It Works For You: Networking Techniques

    Graduate Student Center: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 213

    Overcome fears and anxiety related to networking by using outcome-based thinking. Learn what to do before, during and after a networking event. Students must register for all workshops through their myUCF Student Center under Graduate Students, then Pathways to Success.

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  • Diversity Certificate Series (Recurring Event)

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Must attend all four modules to receive completion certificate. This four-module program is designed as an introductory overview series of workshops to provoke thought with respect to diversity in general, and more specifically, with respect to several important dimensions of diversity. Participants must attend all four modules to receive completion certificate. Module 1 Course number: DIV285 Thursday, June 6 from ...

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  • Intro to Bookbinding

    John C. Hitt Library: 223

    Do you know you can make your own books by hand? In this 2-hour workshop participants will learn how to bind their own books using basic materials and tools. We will cover the foundations of traditional bookbinding. Participants will learn how to measure, cut and bind books. After completion, everyone will leave with a blank book made during the workshop. ...

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  • The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (Recurring Event)

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Must attend all four programs to receive completion certificate. Course number: DIV201 (Parts 1 & 2), DIV202 (Parts 3 & 4) Facilitator: Barbara Thompson Based on the four-part DVD series, The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, this workshop offers a comprehensive look at race relations in the United States between the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. This ...

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  • UCF Digital Storytelling Camp (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy

    Every summer, the college offers a digital storytelling camp. Students in grades K-6 combine literacy, visual arts and technology while embarking on reading adventures. Three separate, weekly sessions are available. The final session includes a parent celebration where students showcase their digital stories.Learn more at bit.ly/SummerReadingDigitalStorytellingUCFMain19*Students may enroll in the morning Summer Reading Clinic at UCF Main Campus for an ...

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  • Honors Undergraduate Thesis Information Session

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201

    Come learn about the exciting opportunities and benefits within the Honors Undergraduate Thesis program.

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  • Giving & Receiving Feedback - PER201 (Faculty & Staff Only)

    UCF Human Resources - Innovative Center: Training Room

    Giving and receiving feedback well is essential to effective communication, yet it is a challenging skill to master. This workshop provides a framework for giving both positive and constructive feedback, and explores non-defensive ways to respond to feedback. Participants will also have an opportunity to apply feedback tips and techniques to real-life scenarios.

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  • Social Justice 101

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Course number: DIV433 Wednesday, June 12 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Facilitator: Edwanna Andrews Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 Check back for updates to this session description.

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  • Diversity Certificate Series (Recurring Event)

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Must attend all four modules to receive completion certificate. This four-module program is designed as an introductory overview series of workshops to provoke thought with respect to diversity in general, and more specifically, with respect to several important dimensions of diversity. Participants must attend all four modules to receive completion certificate. Module 1 Course number: DIV285 Thursday, June 6 from ...

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  • IRB Submission Process

    The Burnett Honors College: BHC 130

    Support for Honors Undergraduate Thesis students led by John O'Donnell

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  • Making a Poster and Preparing for a Presentation

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201

    This workshop will help undergraduate students gain skills to prepare a poster presentation of your research or creative work. Note: This workshop is for students already working on a research project.

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  • The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (Recurring Event)

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Must attend all four programs to receive completion certificate. Course number: DIV201 (Parts 1 & 2), DIV202 (Parts 3 & 4) Facilitator: Barbara Thompson Based on the four-part DVD series, The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, this workshop offers a comprehensive look at race relations in the United States between the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. This ...

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  • UCF Digital Storytelling Camp (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy

    Every summer, the college offers a digital storytelling camp. Students in grades K-6 combine literacy, visual arts and technology while embarking on reading adventures. Three separate, weekly sessions are available. The final session includes a parent celebration where students showcase their digital stories.Learn more at bit.ly/SummerReadingDigitalStorytellingUCFMain19*Students may enroll in the morning Summer Reading Clinic at UCF Main Campus for an ...

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  • Safe Zone Series: LGBTQ+ 101

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Course number: DIV033 Wednesday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to noon Facilitator: LGBTQ+ Services Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 Tuesday, June 18 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Facilitator: LGBTQ+ Services Location: Barbara Ying Center, Room 140 Learn about issues affecting LGBTQ+ people, homophobia, and heterosexism, and the benefits and responsibilities of being an Ally. The Allies Advance program ...

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