Any location changes will be announced on Opening Day
EO Rep Training
Presenters: Suzanne Pfeiffer and Miriam Lamb
Location: Altos Room
Equal Opportunity (EO) representatives perform an important role in the recruitment and selection process. Learn about legal responsibilities, furthering diversity/equity, ensuring fairness, and how you can participate as an EO rep on future hiring committees. Tailored towards new EO reps but a good refresher course for current EO reps as well.
Tenure Review and You for De Anza Faculty
Presenters: Mary Bennett and Jackie Reza
Location: Room 1219
This interactive training session is your opportunity to gain essential knowledge and useful skills directly related to your work as a Tenure Review Committee member. Topics covered include overview of the tenure review process and Article 6A; Tenure Review Committee responsibilities and timeline; conducting and reporting a classroom observation; writing a Tenure Review Committee recommendation.
Tenure Review Training for Committee Members, Foothill College
Presenters: Falk Cammin, Linda Lane and Dolores Davison
Location: Room 1220
Overview of the tenure review process and discussion of guidelines, resources and practices of effective Tenure Review Committees. This training session is mandatory for all faculty serving on Tenure Review Committees newly constituted for fall 2012. All other faculty members serving on tenure review committees are strongly encouraged to attend.
Mandatory Reporter Training
Applicable to all employees
Presenter: Carmen Plaza de Jennings
Location: Student Council Chambers
Do you know your legal obligations if you know or suspect inappropriate sexual contact with,or abuse or neglect of a minor student or child client of the district? Faculty, staff and administrators are required by law to report actual or suspected child abuse including inappropriate sexual contact with a minor student (under age 18). Learn about the legal obligations that affect us all and how to respond.
Active Shooter Survival Workshop
Presenters: Mary Macias and Mike Valenzuela, UC Davis
Location: Appreciation Hall
This dynamic workshop is geared to members of the campus community and presents strategies to increase the likelihood of surviving an "active shooter" incident. The presentation covers the five steps for increasing your chances of surviving an active shooter: escape, cover, hide, play dead and attack the attacker (last resort). Staff from the campus also will participate with the UC Davis staff in presenting the workshop.
Unified Email and Calendaring
Presenter: Susan Malmgren
Location: Toyon Room
This workshop will include an overview of Microsoft Outlook Web Application (OWA), e-mail security and single sign-on. The session will cover the five key tips for understanding how OWA works in addition to how to send, reply and organize your e-mail messages. It will also cover Microsoft Outlook calendar and how to set up meetings, appointments, banners, categories and groups.
Multiculturalism: An Interactive Process for Personal and Institutional Change
Presenter: Veronica Neal
Location: President's Conference Room
This workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to clarify their understanding of multiculturalism and focus on their own learning and development in order to deepen cultural humility and commitment to educational equity.
Presenters: Presenters: Brian Murphy, Karen Chow, Cynthia Kaufman, Nicky Gonzalez Yuen and Student Panelists
Location: Hearthside Lounge
This workshop will outline the basics of political organizing and engage attendees in exploring how best to work with students in and out of the classroom on election-related issues. In addition, the presenters will explain important legal parameters for public employee advocacy.
Classified Senate & Union: What are the Similarities and Differences?
Presenters: Maureen Chenoweth and Blanche Monary
Location: Campus Center Dining Room
Learn about the long history of the Classified Senate and union representation at Foothill-De Anza. Learn what the difference is in the role of the union compared to the Senate. Find out who to contact when you have a question idea, issue, concern or comment. Learn what both groups have planned for the 2012-13 school year. Meet some of your Senate and union leaders.