Spring 2017 Workshops
Life After Advising: Identifying Crossover Career Skills and Pathways
Friday, January 6 | 9:00-10:30 am | 24 University Hall
Joining this session are others who have successfully transitioned from advising to new campus roles including Noam Manor and Kira Blaisdale Sloan, Office of Planning and Analysis, Dana Jantz, COO Department of Plant and Microbial Biology and Andrea Lambert, Special Projects Administrator, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost.
Love advising but longing for a change? Believe it our not, you have many transferable skills to other roles in higher education and even other employment sectors. Join us to identify these crossover skills and abilities and take a long, hard look at what your options are for a career 180 or even a 360. This is your chance to get working on those career related New Year’s resolutions…
To Share and Share Alike: The Anatomy of an Awesome Note with Associate Campus Counsel David Robinson
Monday, January 9 | 9:30-10:30 am | 150 University Hall
What makes a great note in our new shared notes system? Let our Associate Campus Counsel David Robinson, master of all things legal and ethical, show you how.
Navigating Power Differentials with Professor Maura Nolan (GSAOs this one’s for you!)
Time and Date TBD
Are you a GSAO interested in helping your students develop ideal faculty mentoring relationships? Are you an undergraduate advisor trying to help students build better faculty partnerships? Join us for a discussion of how you can help students better navigate our complex institutional and academic hierarchies with the founder of Berkeley Connect, Professor Maura Nolan.
The Benefits of Being Lost: Advising the Undecided Student with Elizabeth Wilcox
Tuesday, February 28 | 9:00 10:30 am | 150 University Hall
Undecided students often stress over choosing a major…when, in fact, there are many benefits to slow exploration and decision making. Join us for a discussion of the many benefits of being lost, confused, and afraid of that all-important academic decision – how to choose and stick with the right major. New approaches for facilitating and guiding academic exploration will be reviewed.
Real Talk: When Personal and Professional Identities Collide facilitated by Omar Ramirez and Yuki Burton
Tuesday, March 7 | 9:00 - 10:30 am | Rm. 170 Wurster Hall
The reality is that we are in challenging times --- we are experiencing transitions globally, nationally, campus-wide and even on an individual basis. These transitions may lead to tensions that impact our work as advisors. Oftentimes we are socialized to separate our personal and professional worlds. With the aim of normalizing and validating our experiences, this interactive workshop will offer participants the opportunity to turn their internal dialogue outward. Through self-reflection, group discussion and a student/staff panel, participants will strengthen their network of support within our advising community. Additionally, advisors will gain tools and strategies to support them in reconciling such tensions as we move towards creating professional spaces that affirm our intersectional experiences.
Student Development Theory 101 with Vice Chancellor Stephen Sutton
Monday, March 13 | 12:00 - 2:00 pm | 150 University Hall
New to student development theory or just need a re-fresh? This boot camp theory workshop is for you.
Stay Tuned...More Spring Workshops Coming Soon!