What part of Professional Development Day was most impactful for you?

Hearing colleagues' stories and feeling connected to them. Also, getting the faculty and staff perspective in one table was awesome!
We all have a story, struggle, failures & successes. I think that sharing those stories can help others have a sense of belonging - being vulnerable, zero shame
Extended time in group with faculty/staff from across campus
This was the most effective meeting structure I've participated in so far at HSU. Group discussions, 10 min speakers, etc... worked well
Share experiences and perspectives. New way to look at the world.

Professional Development Day: Cultivating Sustainable and Thriving Academic Programs

Friday, August 20, 2021

Please join us for HSU's Fall 2021 Professional Development Day. This event brings colleagues from across the campus in sessions that explore a wide range of significant topics defining us as HSU. The opening and closing sessions will be held in Nelson Hall East Goodwin Forum and the breakout sessions will be in Siemens Hall. Come as you are able: on campus or virtually. Zoom links will be added as the event draws near.

Opening Session, Goodwin Forum

7:00-8:00 am  Registration, Breakfast 

8:00-8:50 am  Provost Jenn Capps: Welcome and Plenary, Cultivating Sustainable and Thriving Academic Programs

Breakout Sessions 1, 9:00-9:50 am

Title

Presenters

Room

Stewarding and Leveraging Our Resources: Budget 101

Simone Aloisio & Monty Mola

SH109

Moving Beyond Bias: Part 1

Training Team (Nancy Olson)

SH110

Knowing Your Role and Supporting Survivors: Part 1

Allan Ford, Paula Arrowsmith Jones & Maxwell Schnurer

SH117

Engaging the Intellect: Evidence-Based Practices to Critically Engaging Students in Thinking and Learning

Enoch Hale & Arianna Thobaben

SH115

Breakout Sessions 2, 10:00-10:50 am

Title

Presenters

Room

Serving as a Department Chair: Beyond the Job Description

Bori Mazzag, Kishan Lara-Cooper & Simone Aloisio 

SH109

Wait, you did what? Understanding the Student Conduct Process

Roger Wang & Eboni Turnbow

SH110

Moving Beyond Bias: Part 2

Training Team (Nancy Olson)

SH115

Knowing Your Role and Supporting Survivors: Part 2

Allan Ford, Paula Arrowsmith Jones & Maxwell Schnurer

SH117

Engaging All Students: Practical Strategies for Inclusive Teaching

Brandilynn Villarreal, Kim White, and Kayla Begay

SH108

Lunch, 11:00 am -12:45 pm,  Goodwin Forum

Breakout Sessions 3, 1:00-1:50 pm

Title

Presenters

Room

Moving Beyond HSI Designation to HSI Thriving

Fernando Paz &TBD

SH109

De-Siloing: Building Collaboration Across Departments

Nancy Olson

SH110

Decolonizing the Syllabus

Cutcha Risling Baldy

SH115

Academic Advising - GEAR & the New Area F

TBD (GEAR, ES & ACAC)

Lisa Tremain, Jenni Robinson (or Clint Rebik), Dana Deason

SH117

 Breakout Sessions 4, 2:00-2:50 pm

Title

Presenters

Room

Repopulating HSU: COVID-19 Capacity Considerations

Cris Coczera & Mike Fisher

SH109

Writing Across the Curriculum at HSU: A Mini-Seminar on Writing and Linguistic Justice from the HSU Center for Engaged Writing

Lisa Tremain

SH110

Cross-Cultural Communications

Elavie Ndura

SH115

Strengthening Workplace Culture in the Midst of Change

Nancy Olson

SH117

Closing Session, 3:00-3:45 pm, Goodwin Forum

Closing Remarks, Door Prizes