CLU’s Fourth Annual
Professional Development Day
Save the Date! May 16, 2012
The purpose of CLU’s Professional Development Day is for members of the University community to build relationships, to learn more about the university, and to share best practices in our work at CLU.
This year the Professional Development Day will take place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. It will begin with morning coffee and tea followed by a plenary session. The morning will continue with breakout sessions and end with the Faculty/Staff Recognition Lunch hosted by Human Resources.
A Community of Inclusion: Challenges and Opportunities
Infusing Experiential Learning Throughout the CLU Experience
Bringing the Cal Lutheran Brand to Life
Supporting International Graduate Student Learning at CLU - Classroom and non-Classroom Opportunities and Challenges
CLU Generations at Work
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Generations since the 18th century
- Generational characteristics
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- Generations at work
Dealing Effectively with Rude or Abusive Colleagues
Lost in Translation: How to communicate effectively with International Students
- Audrey Walzer from Camarillo Yoga Center led two sessions about Yoga@Work. Audrey is the owner of the Camarillo Yoga Center, and “The Yoga Lady” on Bo Jaxon’s B95.1 morning radio show. Audrey was voted “Ventura County’s Best” yoga teacher in the 2011 VC Reporter’s reader’s poll.
Other sessions include presentations on CLU's new Strategic Plan, working with international students, a Facilities building update, dealing with difficult students and colleagues, and many more. Some of the sessions will also be available in Spanish.
Want to see what has been done in the past? Be sure to visit our Assessment Symposium/Professional Development Day archive page.