Welcome to CI's Training and Professional Development page. We look forward to spending time with you.
CI's Professional Development and Personal Enrichment (PDPE) Office supports CI's academic mission by transforming the delivery of services through continuous improvements, providing a foundation that is knowledge driven, flexible in approach, and entrepreneurial in spirit. We are here to serve all staff with their professional development and personal enrichment needs.
Campus learning encompasses a variety of subjects that address employee’s professional and personal growth and provides management training of both professional and supervisory skills. CI is committed to offering educational support and training that provide opportunities for professional and personal growth, employee retention, development and succession.
Professional Development & Personal Enrichment (PDPE) Programs
Join us for our Fall Workshops, Seminars and Wellness Activities...
Please RSVP for our December workshop
(Remember to communicate attendance with your Supervisor)
* Mindfulness Mondays continue with Dr. Kirsten Olson, Monday, December 5, 4:00 to 4:55pm / Lindero 1776. Keep up with your Mindfulness practices and release stress and tension, especially around the holidays. If you are part of Health Trails you can count this activity! No RSVP necessary.
* Understanding Free Speech on a College Campus
Tuesday, December 6, 9:00 to 11:00a.m. / Sage 2030
Presented by Chelsee Bente, CI Student Conduct Administrator & Claire Langeveldt, CI Student Conduct Specialist
Is hate speech protected? What are fighting words? What’s the difference between libel and slander? Are student’s comments protected or unprotected speech in a classroom? In an office environment?
The right to free speech is a fundamental value of our democracy and an important pillar on our college campuses. Across the country we are seeing waves of protests, demonstrations, and discourse on our college campuses initiated by students that address important issues surrounding race, class, gender, sexual orientation, the 2016 election, guns on campus and more.
Join the Student Conduct and Community Responsibility staff for a workshop to learn how educators and staff can navigate these complexities when responding to free speech on college campuses.
-Attendees will examine protected and unprotected speech on college campuses
-Attendees will analyze current issues involving free speech issues
-Attendees will learn to interpret and apply forum analysis and to issues of free speech
Don't forget to Join our campus partners for upcoming events:
Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) presents "Grant Skills Workshop Wednesdays" These workshops are designed for staff members who are interested in grant processes and information. Details and to how RSVP. Questions, contact Jason.email@example.com.
Best Practices in Managing an Award. November 30, 3:30 to 5:00pm , Sage Hall 2030
STIMULATE YOUR MIND AND BODY WITH WEEKLY WELLNESS ACTIVITIES:
Yoga Fridays: El Dorado Hall, 7:15a.m. to 8:30a.m. Improve cardiovascular fitness, balancing the nervous system and improving brain function with Himalayan yogic techniques. Bring a yoga mat and bottle of water. Taught by Dr. Christina Pabers in sponsorship with CI Wellness and Athletics. *No RSVP necessary.
Zumba returns in January-- stay tuned!
For questions, suggestions or collaborations regarding staff professional development, please contact:
Wendy Olson, Professional Development Specialist
Lindero Hall 2810