Personal Safety and Self-Defense
Personal Safety and Self-Defense is a presentation designed to improve personal awareness and safety. This presentation will include lecture and voluntary practical participation. Topics covered are awareness of your surroundings, identifying awareness levels, identifying and avoiding possible threats to personal safety, and self-defense techniques.
- Location: SC 301-302
- Speakers: University Police Department
A Better Way to Organize Your Work
Get things out of your head and into a system! Eliminate missed deadlines, reduce stress and free your space – and mind – of clutter. This workshop contains a collection of ideas and processes to help you manage incoming items, process work efficiently, and even have time for those bigger priorities: the “Should be Done’s”. You will learn a method that is easy-to-understand, easy-to-implement, and easy-to-maintain so that you can be organized, focused and productive every day.
- Strategies for managing incoming items (mail, email, meeting notes, etc)
- How to create and use a To Do system
- A method for prioritizing work and following through
- Location: SC 305
- Speakers: Janet Jackson
One hour isn't a lot of time to learn Excel, but if you’ve used it before and need to learn how to get more out of your spreadsheets, this is the class for you. Delve deeper into the world of Excel and learn more about advanced formulas.
- Location: SC 237 (Forum Room)
- Speaker: Kathy Sasseman