– Student Success Day Session Schedule

8:30-9:20

Student Satisfaction Inventory

Room: S1971 (old number) S170 (new number)

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

 

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: W2710 (old number) T200 (new number)

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

 

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection, something that’s useful if you’re going to purchase a used car and is also a way for you to get to know your own car. If you would like your vehicle inspected, please email Automotive Services Instructor Dean Magnuson at dean.magnuson@lsc.edu ahead of time to schedule a time during Student Success Day. Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

4 Lenses
Session length: 8:30-11:20
Room: S2941 (old number) S240 (new number)
Presented by: 148th Fighter Wing’s Sr. Master Sargent Vance Okstad and Sr. Airman Steven Murat

4 Lenses is a personality assessment which helps organizations build a solid understanding of the innate talent and potential of its individuals.  Members will learn about the different temperaments of people and how to more successfully communicate in a professional atmosphere.

 

Ready to Graduate?
Room: S2968 (old number) S270 (new number)
Presented by: Kaitlyn Steffen, Jessie Anderson, and Kristin Randall

Congratulations! You are ready to graduate from LSC. Have you applied to graduate? Have you completed exit counseling for financial aid? Stop in and we will help you through this process. Records office and financial aid staff will be available during this open lab.

 

Test Taking Strategies: Reading critically, answering confidently.

Session length: 8:30-10:20
Room: E2462 (old number) C290 (new number)

Presented by: Nik Zhelev, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC

 

When taking a test, are you doing the same old thing and expecting different results? Get some tried and tested strategies to better your individual test performance. Exercise your brain, not your test anxiety.  Be purposeful and aware during tests.

 

Create a resume that works!
Room: S2980 (old number) S265 (new number)
Presented by: Eric Brandt

Is your resume going to help you get the job you want? Whether you don’t have a resume or you’re working on your final draft, come get ideas for how your resume can show your best self!

 

Maintaining Health and Wellness through College

Room: E2022 (old number) L222 (new number)

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz: Personal Trainer Anytime Fitness

 

I would like to share tips and emphasize the importance of exercise, proper nutrition, proper sleep, and mental wellness during college years. I feel these get put on the backburner the more overwhelmed a college student gets.

 

Health Insurance: We’ve Got You Covered
Room: S2964 (old number) S260 (new number)
Presented by: Megan Halena, Program Director and Rose Ingebrigtsen, Health Advocate

Are you confused about health insurance? Do you use MNsure or wonder if you should? MNsure navigators will help you understand your options in a fun, easy to understand way: by playing health insurance bingo! Join us for a game!

 

Accounting/Bookkeeping Advising Session

Room: S2984 (old number) S275 (new number)

Presented by: Lori Yecoshenko and Jeri Brysch

 

For current and future Accounting and Bookkeeping students, come get advising advice or just come to meet your Instructors.  Bring a copy of your DARS report if you would like help with advising for next year.

PTK 101

Room: E2046 (old number) L258 (new number)

Presented by: Deanna G. Keller, LPN, CTT, BA—PTK Advisor

 

Just what is Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)? Explore the benefits of accepting membership in the largest honors society for 2-year colleges. What can membership do for you beyond your college years? Presentation is open to all students—not only members.

9:30-10:20

Student Satisfaction Inventory

Room: S1971 (old number) S170 (new number)

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

 

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: W2710 (old number) T200 (new number)

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

 

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection, something that’s useful if you’re going to purchase a used car and is also a way for you to get to know your own car. If you would like your vehicle inspected, please email Automotive Services Instructor Dean Magnuson at dean.magnuson@lsc.edu ahead of time to schedule a time during Student Success Day. Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Creating Caring Communities

Room: S2986 (old number) S285 (new number)

Presented by: Cindy Storm, NAMI Organization


Learn about mental illnesses, the impact of negative attitudes and five things each of us can do to make Minnesota a better place for people who experience a mental illness. Helpful hints on how to talk about mental illness will also be provided.

 

The Music of the Vietnam War Era
Session Length: 9:30-11:20

Room: E2046 (old number) L258 (new number)
Presented by: Harry S. Cottrell

No war ever inspired so many songs concerning the war, both pro-war and anti-war.  This session presents videos of the music and the connection of the music with the history of the Vietnam War era; primarily the 1960s.  The presenter is a Vietnam Veteran and a political science and history instructor who has taught the Vietnam War History class.

 

Your Finances, Your Goals!

Room: S2980 (old number) S265 (new number)
Presented by: Becky Hagen Jokela, University of Minnesota Extension Educator, Family Resiliency

 

Explore money management skills to help you reach your financial goals!  Learn about values, needs and wants, goals and decision making; Spending and saving plans; Tracking spending; Credit overview; and more!

 

Changes to your Email!!!
Room: E2048 (old number) L261 (new number)
Presented by: Carly Beckwith – Technology Department

We are migrating to the Minnesota State Office 365 Single tenant. Please attend our session to find how this will affect your email and O365 account.

 

$aving your paycheck & the planet

Room: E2380 (old number) C241 (new number)
Presented by: Kristi Heintz, LSC Sustainability Coordinator

 

You know climate change is pushing our planet in the wrong direction, but what can you do TODAY to reduce your impact?  We’ll discuss high impact, budget-friendly lifestyle changes (think transportation, food, and waste) plus you’ll get a free food scrap collection kit to start now!

Maintaining Health and Wellness through College

Room: E2022 (old number) L222 (new number)

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz: Personal Trainer Anytime Fitness

 

I would like to share tips and emphasize the importance of exercise, proper nutrition, proper sleep, and mental wellness during college years. I feel these get put on the backburner the more overwhelmed a college student gets.

 

Student Leadership at LSC
Room: S2942 (old number) S245 (new number)
Presented by: Marie Carter Brooks, Counselor, Eric Brandt, Career Services Director, Panel of Leadership Distinction Students

 

A panel of current LSC student leaders will share their leadership experiences at LSC and in the community.   They will discuss their involvements with Duluth’s Mentor Connection and earning the new LSC Leadership Distinction.  Come and be inspired to become a leader!!

 

Careers in Biological Sciences

Session Length: 9:30-11:20

Room: E2370 (old number) C245 (new number)
Presented by: Deanne Roquet & Terrence Wilcox, Biology Faculty

 

The area of biological sciences offers many, many job/career opportunities that students may not think of as open to them.  We will first present the myriad possibilities followed by a question/answer session responding to student interest.  Past LSC students will be present to discuss their paths into biology after leaving LSC.

Making Success Happen
Room: S2956 (old number) S253 (new number)
Presented by: Vinod Gupta, CFP and Mountaineer

“Success” doesn’t just happen; it’s a valuable skill that can be learned. During this interactive session, you’ll learn what you’re most passionate about and how that passion can drive you to work hard for your goals. We all want to be successful, and there are concrete steps you can take NOW to get there. Come to this session and learn how.

 

Health Insurance: We’ve Got You Covered

Room: S2964 (old number) S260 (new number)
Presented by: Megan Halena, Program Director and Rose Ingebrigtsen, Health Advocate

Are you confused about health insurance? Do you use MNsure or wonder if you should? MNsure navigators will help you understand your options in a fun, easy to understand way: by playing health insurance bingo! Join us for a game!

 

Ready to Graduate?
Room: S2968 (old number) S270 (new number)
Presented by: Kaitlyn Steffen, Jessie Anderson, Kristin Randall

Congratulations! You are ready to graduate from LSC. Have you applied to graduate? Have you completed exit counseling for financial aid? Stop in and we will help you through this process. Records office and financial aid staff will be available during this open lab.

 

IT Professional Panel
Room: W1848 (old number) T170 (new number)

Session length: 9:30-11:20
Presented by: Vickie McLain

A panel of IT professionals from the local area will describe their job duties, careers, and best practices. They will also give participants information about skills that are needed to be successful in the current industry. Participants will have the opportunity to ask panelists questions about their jobs.

 

Turn your learning Inside Out
Room: W1832 (old number) T140 (new number)
Presented by: Theresa Leopold, Sociology Instructor

 

Come sample one of LSC’s most unique learning opportunities, The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program. Inmates from the Federal Prison Camp in Duluth will join us for a mini-version of our semester-long course that’s held at FPC Duluth. We will do fun interactive activities, collaborate in groups to come up with solutions to problems, and have fun while we’re learning. See what it’s like to turn your learning inside out!

 

Accounting/Bookkeeping Advising Session

Room: S2984 (old number) S275 (new number)

Presented by: Lori Yecoshenko and Jeri Brysch

 

For current and future Accounting and Bookkeeping students, come get advising advice or just come to meet your Instructors.  Bring a copy of your DARS report if you would like help with advising for next year.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Make and Take for CHUM

Student Life Kiosk

Presented by: Student Activity and Engagement Team/Student Senate

 

Make a sandwich for CHUM and take one too!

10:30-11:20

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory

Room: S1971 (old number) S170 (new number)

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

 

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: W2710 (old number) T200 (new number)

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

 

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection, something that’s useful if you’re going to purchase a used car and is also a way for you to get to know your own car. If you would like your vehicle inspected, please email Automotive Services Instructor Dean Magnuson at dean.magnuson@lsc.edu ahead of time to schedule a time during Student Success Day. Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Creating Caring Communities

Room: S2986 (old number) S285 (new number)
Presented by: Cindy Storm, NAMI Organization


Learn about mental illnesses, the impact of negative attitudes and five things each of us can do to make Minnesota a better place for people who experience a mental illness. Helpful hints on how to talk about mental illness will also be provided.

 

Maintaining Health and Wellness through College

Room: E2022 (old number) L222 (new number)

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz: Personal Trainer Anytime Fitness

 

I would like to share tips and emphasize the importance of exercise, proper nutrition, proper sleep, and mental wellness during college years. I feel these get put on the backburner the more overwhelmed a college student gets.

 

Come Travel With Us: Dominican Republic Service Learning Trip

Room: H3201 (old number) H305 (new number)

Presented by: Sue Shelerud & Karlin Krebs

 

Come and learn about the LSC health related service learning trip to the Dominican Republic!  Students going on the trip will share why they are going and what they hope to gain from this experience. *The May 2019 trip is full, but we will be giving out info on the May 2020 trip!

 

 

 

Bridge to Baccalaureate Program

Room: E2376 (old number) C243 (new number)
Presented by: Terrence Wilcox

 

Bridge to Baccalaureate program is an NIH grants which allows community college students the opportunity to do undergraduate research in all STEM and science fields.

 

Exercising Radical Happiness
Room: S2956 (old number) S253 (new number)
Presented by: Vinod Gupta, CFP and Mountaineer

What is happiness? What is it for YOU? In this interactive session, you’ll learn what makes you most happy and how to exercise that happiness every day. Happy people are fun to work with, get faster promotions, make more money, and live healthier lives. Need more happiness in your life? Today’s the day to start!

 

Trauma-Informed Yoga at the Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA)

Room: W2840 (old number) T219 (new number)

Presented by: Amy Fogarty DNP, RN, RYT 200 Co-Owner of Yara Yoga, Kyle Heyesen MSW,  RYT 200 Co-Owner of Yara Yoga

 

PAVSA is a nonprofit rape crisis center that helps area residents cope with the aftermath of sexual violence. As a part of their services, PAVSA offers free Trauma-informed yoga classes. These classes are hosted by Yara Yoga and are designed to support the healing process. This session will outline PAVSA services (including an introduction to trauma-informed yoga) and will also include an experiential trauma-informed yoga class.


Educational Travel for Student Success: France and Italy May 2020
Room: E2380 (old number) C241 (new number)
Presented by: Paul Richgruber (Instructor, History) & Gretchen Flaherty (Instructor, English)

Educational travel offers avenues for personal growth and career opportunity—it can be part of an education for life. Learn to swim in a global sea—visit France and Italy with LSC in May 2020.

 

Surviving Anatomy and Physiology
Room: S2964 (old number) S260 (new number)
Presented by: Brian Bich – Biology Instructor

Presenter will provide students with advice on how to succeed in Human Anatomy and Physiology.  Topics covered will include:  advice on time management, studying for exams, getting off to a good start, and how to use available resources.

 

Meditation – Finding calmness in your busy life
Room: H3207 (old number) H310 (new number)
Presented by: Dr. Rita O’Connell

There are many types of meditation. The simplest is focusing on breathing to calm yourself – anytime, anywhere, including just before a test! Others include music, visualizations, complicated poses, or movements. Come learn about different types and try a simple one.

Snowshoeing:  A winter hike
Room: Meet in atrium
Presented by: Steve Dalager

 

Let’s go.  We’ll use LSC’s HPER Department snowshoes (no experience required), or bring your own if you have ‘em.  We’ll follow a deer trail.  We’ll trudge between the sheer walls of Miller Creek Canyon.  We’ll rest at Council Rock.  We’ll look in on a sleeping bear.  It’ll be good fun.  It’ll be something you can tell your grandkids about.

 

Turn your learning Inside Out
Room: W1832 (old number) T140 (new number)
Presented by: Theresa Leopold, Sociology Instructor

 

Come sample one of LSC’s most unique learning opportunities, The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program. Inmates from the Federal Prison Camp in Duluth will join us for a mini-version of our semester-long course that’s held at FPC Duluth. We will do fun interactive activities, collaborate in groups to come up with solutions to problems, and have fun while we’re learning. See what it’s like to turn your learning inside out!

 

Crash Course to APA Formatting

Room: S2980 (old number) S265 (new number)

Presented by: Lindsy Mason

 

This session is an opportunity for students to get practice with APA formatting prior to using it in classes or transferring to programs outside of LSC. Please have an electronic copy of any paper you have written available to you during this session as it will be hands on.

 

Complete your PETSA training!

Room: S2942 (old number) S245 (new number)

Presented by: Melissa Leno, Registrar

 

ATTN NEW students!  Have you completed your Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness (PETSA) course yet?  This mandatory training focuses on promoting awareness and providing information on resources on sexual violence.  Attend our Open Lab to complete or finish this training.

 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Make and Take for CHUM

Student Life Kiosk

Presented by: Student Activity and Engagement Team/Student Senate

 

Make a sandwich for CHUM and take one too!

1:30-2:20

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory

Room: S1971 (old number) S170 (new number)

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

 

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: W2710 (old number) T200 (new number)

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

 

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection, something that’s useful if you’re going to purchase a used car and is also a way for you to get to know your own car. If you would like your vehicle inspected, please email Automotive Services Instructor Dean Magnuson at dean.magnuson@lsc.edu ahead of time to schedule a time during Student Success Day. Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Hope and Grit:  Keys to Academic and Personal Success

Room: S2984 (old number) S275 (new number)

Presented by: Marie Carter Brooks, LSC Counselor

 

Hope is associated with many positive outcomes, including better academic achievement, greater well-being, and even lowered risk of death.  Come to this session to assess your own “hope” and “grit” and get ideas for improving your academic and personal success.

Experience in Sustainability
Room: E2380 (old number) C241 (new number)
Presented by: Kristi Heintz, Campus Sustainability Coordinator

Climate change is the challenge of our lifetime.

Q: Where do you start?

A: Here.  LSC’s new Distinction in Sustainability is a great introduction to view sustainability through the lens of your required courses (and it’s free!).  We’ll discuss the Distinction’s hands-on experiences, and other opportunities for coursework while you’re at LSC and beyond.

 

Nursing Preceptorship Options
Room: H3201 (old number) H305 (new number)
Presented by: Sue Shelerud and Dorothy Rico

Nursing Students! Come learn about the opportunities and advantages of doing a preceptorship in wide variety of hospital and community based options to help land your dream job!  Nursing students that have done this experience will provide their insights as to the value of doing this elective!

 

Off-Campus Work Authorization Options for International Students

Room: S2956 (old number) S253 (new number)

Presented by: Victoria Shaw Carlson, International Student Representative

 

Are you an international student in your second semester with questions about how to arrange an off-campus work authorization?  Want to know the requirements and difference between CPT, pre-completion OPT and post-completion OPT then this session is for you!

 

Defining Your Values

Room: E2012 (old number) L205 (new number)

Presented by: Molly Budke, Director of Outreach at LeadMN

 

Identifying and articulating our core values is a necessary step in searching for jobs and preparing for interviews. We will practice defining our values and connecting them to career goals.

 

Maintaining Health and Wellness through College

Room: E2022 (old number) L222 (new number)

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz: Personal Trainer Anytime Fitness

 

I would like to share tips and emphasize the importance of exercise, proper nutrition, proper sleep, and mental wellness during college years. I feel these get put on the backburner the more overwhelmed a college student gets.

           

Test Taking Strategies: Reading critically, answering confidently.

Session length: 1:30-3:20

Room: E2462 (old number) C290 (new number)

Presented by: Nik Zhelev, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC

 

When taking a test, are you doing the same old thing and expecting different results? Get some tried and tested strategies to better your individual test performance. Exercise your brain, not your test anxiety.  Be purposeful and aware during tests.

 

Changes to your Email!!!
Room: E2048 (old number) L261 (new number)
Presented by: Carly Beckwith – Technology Department

We are migrating to the Minnesota State Office 365 Single tenant. Please attend our session to find how this will affect your email and O365 account.

 

Cybersecurity and You
Room: W1848 (old number) T170 (new number)
Presented by: Vickie McLain

What can you do to protect yourself and your information from a cybersecurity breach? What kind of opportunities are available in the field of cybersecurity? This group will describe ways you can protect yourself and your computer. This will also describe the types of opportunities in the field and available scholarships.

 

Ping Pong Tournament

Room: Meet in atrium
Presented by: Steve Dalager, Paul Richgruber, Bryan Stark, Nathan Bronk

 

Let’s play some Ping Pong!  Students, staff, and faculty are invited to participate.  A tournament bracket will be created from whoever signs up prior to the start time.  Preliminary games will be played to eleven.  Semi-final and Final games played to traditional twenty-one.  Winner will be awarded the honor of LSC Grand Champion and be encouraged to try out for the Olympics!

 

Meditation – Finding calmness in your busy life
Room: H3207 (old number) H310 (new number)
Presented by: Dr. Rita O’Connell

There are many types of meditation.  The simplest is focusing on breathing to calm yourself – anytime, anywhere, including just before a test!  Others include music, visualizations, complicated poses, or movements.  Come learn about different types and try a simple one.

 

 

Winning the Big Ones

Room: E2046 (old number) L258 (new number)

Presented by: Deanna G Keller, LPN, CTT, BA

 

Scholarships are highly competitive–but what are scholarship committees looking for? Learn strategies needed in order to make your scholarship applications stand out. Presented by Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer & Graduate scholar, PTK Guistwhite Scholar, Deanna G. Keller, PTK Advisor.

 

Writing Through Stress

Room: E2370 (old number) C245 (new number)

Presented by: Lindsy Mason

 

In this session, participants will have the opportunity to participate in several writing activities geared toward coping with stress and anxiety. Bring a pen and notebook and be ready to put your worries on the page!

Complete your PETSA training!

Room: S2942 (old number) S245 (new number)

Presented by: Melissa Leno, Registrar

 

ATTN NEW students!  Have you completed your Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness (PETSA) course yet?  This mandatory training focuses on promoting awareness and providing information on resources on sexual violence.  Attend our Open Lab to complete or finish this training.

2:30-3:20

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory

Room: S1971 (old number) S170 (new number)

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

 

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: W2710 (old number) T200 (new number)

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

 

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection, something that’s useful if you’re going to purchase a used car and is also a way for you to get to know your own car. If you would like your vehicle inspected, please email Automotive Services Instructor Dean Magnuson at dean.magnuson@lsc.edu ahead of time to schedule a time during Student Success Day. Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Opening the Book of Nature

Room: S2941 (old number) S240 (new number)

Presented by: Chad Johnson

 

Edible forest gardens, biodynamics, and permaculture- creating productive, beautiful ecosystems with no fences, no tractor, no tilling.  Instead of energy intensive growing systems, using simple information and design intensive systems to tap into nature’s flywheel to create slices of heaven.

 

Career Path Pursuits!

Room: S2980 (old number) S265 (new number)
Presented by: Heidi Bagley, Counselor

 

Are you at school doing ‘your generals’ because you don’t know what else to do?  Are you struggling in your math class because you think ‘What will I USE this for, anyway?’ Find your motivation by charting your career path.  This session will focus on helping you look at career fields that fit your personality and interests.  You’ll complete an inventory, and interact with current career data to help you find out what jobs are growing in the future, what they pay, what job duties you would do, and the education path you need to get there!

Defining Your Values

Room: E2012 (old number) L205 (new number)

Presented by: Molly Budke, Director of Outreach at LeadMN

 

Identifying and articulating our core values is a necessary step in searching for jobs and preparing for interviews. We will practice defining our values and connecting them to career goals.

 

Maintaining Health and Wellness through College

Room: E2022 (old number) L222 (new number)

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz: Personal Trainer Anytime Fitness

 

I would like to share tips and emphasize the importance of exercise, proper nutrition, proper sleep, and mental wellness during college years. I feel these get put on the backburner the more overwhelmed a college student gets.

 

Changes to your Email!!!
Room: E2048 (old number) L261 (new number)
Presented by: Carly Beckwith – Technology Department

We are migrating to the Minnesota State Office 365 Single tenant. Please attend our session to find how this will affect your email and O365 account.

 

Is early on time, on time late, and late unacceptable?

Room: S2986 (old number) S285 (new number)
Presented by: Jeremy Roseth Health, Physical Education & Recreation Faculty

 

Does planning to be on time result in lateness? How does time prioritize? This presentation explores personal and professional attitudes towards timeliness as marker of respect and success while other times it is irrelevant.

 

Making a Presentation Poster Using Microsoft PowerPoint

Room: S2956 (old number) S253 (new number)

Presented by: Stacy Leno, Instructional Technologist and Campus Trainer

 

We’ll talk about creating presentation posters for projecting in classes or printing for events.  We’ll go over some do’s and don’ts for layouts and designs as well as talk about copyright and finding images to use on our posters.

 

Interpreting the Legacy of Malcolm X

Room: S2964 (old number) S260 (new number)

Presented by: Blair Powless, Adjunct Writing Instructor

 

A brief presentation on the craft of the historian followed by a discussion of the legacy of Malcolm X.

 

How to Apply to Health Programs
Room: H3201 (old number) H305 (new number)
Presented by: Sherry Dalager and Karla Seymour, Academic Advisors for Health programs

 

Don’t wait until the last minute to apply to a health program!  Be prepared!  Meet with health advisors, Sherry and Karla, and find out how, when, where and what you will need in advance to apply to different health programs.

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