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Professional Development Day

A Path to Excellence through Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.

Professional Development Day

Professional Development Day (PDD) is a day when St. Louis Community College faculty and staff gather to learn about the latest initiatives at STLCC through lectures and presentations.

Welcome & Updates | 9 - 9:20 a.m.

Dr. Jeff Pittman

Chancellor

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83659871542?pwd=U2xadWhUYlBmd3UzZkZ2d0cxNjFBdz09

Dial in: +1 929 436 2866, +1 301 715 8592, +1 312 626 6799, +1 669 900 6833, +1 253 215 8782, +1 346 248 7799
Webinar ID: 836 5987 1542
Passcode: 872797


Keynote Speaker | 9:20 - 10:20 a.m.

Dr. Benjamin Ola Akande

Senior Vice President Director of Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion for Stifel Worldwide

Dr. Akande has an extensive career that spans both academia and the private sector. He recently served as the President of Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont and prior to that he was Assistant Vice Chancellor of International Programs-Africa, Director of the Africa Initiative, and Associate Director of the Global Health Center at Washington University in St. Louis from 2018-2020. He was President of Westminster College from 2015 – 2017. Dr. Akande was a professor of economics and dean of the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology at Webster University from 2000-2015. He also served as Chief of University Corporate Partnerships and established relationships with organizations and industries across the globe. In the private sector, Dr. Akande is a respected economist and has consulted for Fortune 500 companies in areas of strategy, leadership development, corporate responsibility, and market positioning. He has served as a director of Ralcorp Holdings, Inc. and consulted for corporations such as Anheuser-Busch, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Voith, and SeaWorld. Dr. Akande also served on the Board of Argent Capital. He currently serves on the following nonprofit boards: Saint Louis Art Museum, The MUNY and Girls Inc. Dr. Akande, is a Nigerian American, he holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Oklahoma and completed post-doctoral studies at JFK School of Government, Harvard University and Saïd Business School at Oxford University England.

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83659871542?pwd=U2xadWhUYlBmd3UzZkZ2d0cxNjFBdz09

Dial in: +1 929 436 2866, +1 301 715 8592, +1 312 626 6799, +1 669 900 6833, +1 253 215 8782, +1 346 248 7799
Webinar ID: 836 5987 1542
Passcode: 872797


General Session | 10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Pathways Through an Equity Lens

Presenters: Dr. Robert Johnstone

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83659871542?pwd=U2xadWhUYlBmd3UzZkZ2d0cxNjFBdz09

Dial in: +1 929 436 2866, +1 301 715 8592, +1 312 626 6799, +1 669 900 6833, +1 253 215 8782, +1 346 248 7799
Webinar ID: 836 5987 1542
Passcode: 872797


Breakout Sessions

How COVID Has Changed STLCC

An update from the COVID Response Team.

Presenters: COVID Response Team

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Maintaining Relationships with Graduates

Come explore how to maintain relationships with graduates and why this is important to STLCC.

Presenter: Christie Cohoon, Professor

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81077921965?pwd=eHMvU0ZWaUtpQkxlb3czSGZNbUFwZz09

Dial in: 314-520-0696
Passcode: x002wY


Putting Together an Electronic Promotion Binder

Presenter: J. Eric Driskill, Professor

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Print Shop Session

Presenters: Sumner One

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Step into a Student’s Shoes: What the STLCC Experience Looks Like for Students

Let's use our Learning Management System to maximize our communication with students! In meeting with individual students, we in Academic Success & Tutoring often witness students' frustration with not being able to find what they are looking for in Blackboard or on campus. We are happy to help them find instructor information, the gradebook, computer labs, laptops to check out, but sometimes the information they seek has not been posted. Let's get together and look into STLCC from a student's perspective so that we can better provide the information they need to be successful.

Presenter: Kim Crank, Manager Academic Success & Tutoring at Forest Park

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_Njc0YzEzNDctZjhmMy00ZTJhLWI3MWEtNmE5MzVhZjZiZGI3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2216010403-9454-4123-857f-e722afab3fe9%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 761 722 829#


Everything your Need to Know About Requisitions

Join us for a fun filled session on everything you wanted to know about creating a requisition but were afraid to ask. This session will cover everything from start to finish-what you need to put on a requisition, what happens after the approval queue, how to read an invoice and much more. Let us show you how to make sure you are giving Accounts Payable everything they need so that our vendors get paid in a timely manner. Learn how to keep track of your requisitions and how to avoid open encumbrances.

Presenters: Jennifer Orzel, Supervisor Business Services, Kim Love-Austin and Laura Westhoff, Business Services Specialist

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Diversifying Your Curriculum

A range of multiculturally diverse materials from different disciplines will be highlighted as well as benefits for using such materials for improving student engagement in this presentation.

Presenter: Lisa Wilkinson, Professor

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzgyNjU2YTMtNjc1YS00NWRiLWEyYTYtZDdmNWFkYTJlYWRl%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22c69c3166-1a1f-4c73-93be-bfb4a937f011%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 524 747 387#


Gender Identity

Gender Identity refers to one’s internal sense of being male, female, neither, both, or other. There is a growing number of transgender people in the workplace and their managers and co-workers want to learn how to be respectfully supportive. This seminar provides valuable insight around cultural trends, best practices and respectful communication to support transitioning individuals at work.

Presenter: Marilyn Bader, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/93679969213?pwd=MjZlVS9PTE9VMFAyZUxzRzY4MWJKdz09

Dial in: 888-788-0099
Meeting ID: 936 7996 9213
Passcode: PASEAP


Taking Control During Challenging Times

Feeling overwhelmed during challenging times can leave anyone feeling ineffective. Stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on well-being and productivity. This seminar focuses on taking control of your responses to stress and anxiety and planning which responses you want to soothe, manage or change and how finding strength and resilience can help create a positive impact.

Presenter: Nicole Harms, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/94449960616?pwd=eFphUEZSQzg2R09GZ1RrY1VyVCtJdz09

Dial in: 888-788-0099
Meeting ID:944 4996 0616
Passcode: PASEAP


Affordability Builds Equity: STLCC Textbook Initiative

Faculty and staff working on initiatives that aim to improve students' access to textbooks by mitigating costs will discuss their efforts and share student perspectives.

Presenters: Sarah Smith, District Dean of Libraries & Beck Helbling, Faculty Library Chair

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PSRS - Strength and Knowledge. Stability and Planning. Security In Retirement.

The Public-School Retirement System of Missouri presentation is designed to educate and inform you of the advantages your membership provides you and your loved ones right now and during the remainder of your lifetime. Important information you should be aware of when considering retirement includes retirement eligibility, calculating benefits, the types of benefit plans PSRS offers, when to file your paperwork and considerations for working after retirement will be covered in this presentation.

Presenter: Amanda Wooten, Member Education Supervisor, PSRS

Virtual Session Information

Webex meeting link: https://psrs.webex.com/psrs/j.php?MTID=m4bf40c364d9b56e45bd6cb563b25fa77


Telephone Technology & Tips

Join us to get time-saving tips and learn about new phones and phone software.

Presenter: Kris Dysert, Manager, Telecom

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_OTIxZTFiYTEtZjQ5Yy00MTJmLWE5ZjItNDcwMjJmY2M4NjE3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%221d1864dc-bdd0-485b-98be-1f05650a31d4%22%7d


How to use Microsoft Teams for Your Virtual/Hybrid/Blended LVL Course

Come see how I have used Microsoft Teams and Microsoft OneNote in teaching my LVL & blended courses at STLCC. Please bring your questions/inquiries on how they would like to utilize Teams more effectively in the classroom.

Presenter: Jason Boehm, Associate Professor of Mathematics Department Chair - Forest Park

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MTBmM2M4ZTUtMTc2NC00MTVjLTkzNTItNzliNTMzN2Q5ZDk1%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22e8a99508-8dbc-4f60-a1d9-3f38e0faa39d%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 474 376 587#


Edward Jones Financial Fitness Session

Workshop Goals Include: Setting financial goals, Explore the importance of creating and maintaining a budget, Examine the differences between wants and needs,Set goals for spending, savings, and debt repayment.

Presenters: Jo-Ann Digman, Executive Director, STLCC Foundation, Vanessa Okwuraiwe, STLCC Foundation President

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Microsoft 365 Service Updates

Presenters: Khouloud Hawasli, Director Enterprise Services & Operations, Chris Clayton, Applicant/Systems Analyst Programmer

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Finding APPRECIATION in DIFFERENCE

This workshop will encourage a discussion on transforming our understanding of otherness (difference) from fears to the beauty of oneness (unity). Hopefully, it will further influence attendees to have more conversation that have traditionally been encouraged to avoid or discouraged in “mixed” company. This workshop allows us to understand that we have learned information about our own groups and different groups that are based on fear and myths that are harmful to our entire society and create division. Therefore, having dialogue toward resolution don’t have to be shameful or blaming but create spaces for unity and community building.

Presenter: LaRhonda Wilson, Associate Professor

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STLCC Foundation: Scholarship Opportunities for Students

During this session attendees will receive an overview of STLCC Foundation scholarship opportunities, current updates and a review of the application process from the student perspective.

Presenter: Nicole Bustamante (Higginbotham), Foundation Data Analyst

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzNiNDk0NjgtZTBkNS00YzI1LTg2MzQtMTZmNzY0ZWIwOGM3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22eebc5f96-ca92-48ac-a08b-ee0e6c57566e%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 723 415 373#


Urban/ Rural Divide

Presenters: Thomas Zirkle, Professor

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Student Conduct Concerns – Annoyances, Disruption and Freedom of Speech. Can You Tell the Difference? How Do You Respond?

Student misconduct issues in the US date as far back as 1822 when a group of University of Virginia students rioted on the UVA Lawn. Since then, students have continued to push boundaries and sometimes break the rules. In this session you will learn: When conduct crosses the line from annoyance to actionable offense. How to address conduct concerns in the classroom, on campus, and online. The educational philosophy governing student conduct processes in the United States. Student rights in conduct matters. 1st Amendment protections and free speech. Making meaning of bad choices.

Presenters: Mary Zabriskie, DW Director, Equity, Compliance/Title IX Coordinator, Boyd Copeland, VP Multicultural Student Services

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E-PAF: Adding Employee Assignments and Terminating Employment

Come explore how to complete an Electronic Personnel Action Forms (ePAF). This session will offer step by step guidance on the ePAF process and allow time for questions.

Presenter: Marilyn Powers, Business Services Supervisor

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“How Do You Do It?”: Enacting the Mission through Pedagogical Choices Large & Small

This round-table and interactive session will examine how teachers at St. Louis Community College meet the mission and vision of the college, and the values of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through their work.

Presenters: Sarah Fielding, Professor, Carolyn Godfrey, Professor, San Yezbick, Professor

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Disability Awareness

A workplace that is educated about disabilities and differently abled employees fosters a culture of inclusion. This seminar defines different types of disabilities and includes conversations surrounding the challenges and opportunities for inclusion of individuals who are differently abled. Attention is given to creating an inclusive environment both physically and relationally.

Presenter: Art Maines, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/97063300995?pwd=R2dnZFltSzc4YTlQR25uWnhUMGRkdz09

Dial in: 888-788-0099
Meeting ID: 970 6330 0995
PIN: PASEAP


New Attitude

How do you stay committed to your wellness goals and keep a positive outlook? This seminar helps participants stay motivated to make lifestyle changes and continue on the path toward a new and more confident self.

Presenter: Beth Abraham, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/96423948149?pwd=RUg0cjIxbk1sYVR6b3krZnpFcERFUT09

Dial in: 888-788-0099
Meeting ID: 964 2394 8149
PIN: PASEAP


PSRS - Strength and Knowledge. Stability and Planning. Security In Retirement.

The Public-School Retirement System of Missouri presentation is designed to educate and inform you of the advantages your membership provides you and your loved ones right now and during the remainder of your lifetime. Important information you should be aware of when considering retirement includes retirement eligibility, calculating benefits, the types of benefit plans PSRS offers, when to file your paperwork and considerations for working after retirement will be covered in this presentation.

Presenter: Amanda Wooten, Member Education Supervisor, PSRS

Virtual Session Information

WebEx meeting link: https://psrs.webex.com/psrs/j.php?MTID=m66a5157cce248e9459981f5e5494bc1a


Moving Forward with Talent – PageUp vs. OATs

Join the Talent Team for an overview of how the PageUp System will catapult STLCC to the cutting edge of Hiring, Onboarding, and Performance Management

Presenter: Thomas Pullen, Senior Recruitment & Retention Specialist

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Discovering Employer Needs for Workforce and Business

How do we understand what is important to employers? Ask them! As we continue to rebuild the economy, gathering data and information from employers provides insight on how education programs and policies must pivot to ensure a trained and educated workforce. St. Louis Community College conducts an annual State of the St. Louis Workforce survey that dives into the priorities of employers and uses the information to build programs to serve our community. The results provide solid information to make informed decisions on programs affecting the workforce. In 2020, the survey offered the opportunity to incorporate COVID-related questions to understand the impact on employers across the state. The 2021 survey now tells us how business are navigating the post-pandemic economy in a tight labor market.

Presenters: Richard Schumacher, Manager, Technology Initiatives & Hart Nelson, VC, Workforce Solutions

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MzI0ZGExNWItNTgzMy00MjdiLTk1MDYtY2ZkYzJjYjZmYTQw%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22121de525-b40f-4beb-9b1d-6710bd06e45b%22%7d


Technology is Your Friend, Don’t be Afraid to Seek Out a Little Help

This is a drop-In session for using some of our college provided technology in the classroom: Panopto, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Whiteboard, Microsoft Bookings, QR code generator, and Wacom One writing tablet/screen. Please bring ideas you have or questions that need to be answered to help facilitate discussion in this breakout session.

Presenter: Jason Boehm, Associate Professor of Mathematics Department Chair - Forest Park

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MDZmMzEwYWMtNDYwMC00YzJhLTlmNmUtOThkNzcyOTYxNmY4%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22e8a99508-8dbc-4f60-a1d9-3f38e0faa39d%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 877 176 533#


Degree Works

Presenter: Melanie Stegman, Registrar, Jill Vaughn, Director of Curriculum & Assessment

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Student Success Roadmap

Presenter: Khouloud Hawasli

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Microsoft OneDrive for Business - Level 100

OneDrive for Business and Microsoft 365 make it easy to access, share, and collaborate on files from anywhere. Objectives: Learn how to use OneDrive for Business to store your important work files, Examine the advantages and convenience of having all your data available to you at any given time with all the different ways to access your OneDrive, Keep your data constantly backed up with Automatic Backup to OneDrive, Maximize your local storage space with Files On-Demand, Securely share your files by configuring Access Management and Settings.

Presenters: The Microsoft Store

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_YTM1ZTUxNDAtNzkzNC00NDhmLWE0NTctZmZmNmMzYzQ2ZmY3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2272f988bf-86f1-41af-91ab-2d7cd011db47%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2210640fa5-59bc-4923-ae48-0f6fc8549503%22%2c%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3atrue%7d&btype=a&role=a


Ellucian Recruit

Presenter: Kerri Martin, Student Affairs Information Systems Lead, Chris Fletcher, Director, Recruitment & Outreach

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Development Education Redesign

Presenters: Placement Tool Committee

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Student Assistance Program at STLCC

Engage with the staff of the Student Assistance Program to learn about the exciting changes and updates to support services for students. Using a students-first, advocacy orientated model, students can expect individualized interventions and resources intended to reduce barriers and foster academic success. Learn more about what they do, how to connect students, and other ways to support these valuable services.

Presenter: Shannon Nicholson, Coordinator, Student Assistance Program

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_OGQ2ZGQ2OGEtYjdmYS00MmI3LWFlNzItZTk0MTgyZWY0Njhl%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22b1e997ea-9b84-4de2-90de-9c1c41eb17b5%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 667 390 350#


Mental Health at St. Louis Community College

What has the pandemic done for our mental health? What personal and professional resources do we have at our disposal? We will examine some of the mental health challenges observed during the pandemic, both for employees and students.This session will include information, resources, and tools for mental health challenges, as well as a Q&A portion with counseling faculty.

Presenter: Emily Lasek, Professor/Counselor

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/99530545548?pwd=TWFOZEtwbytlaGo1K0FWUWlXVmVYdz09

Meeting ID: 995 3054 5548
PIN: Vpc4FL


STLCC New Virtual Bookstore-Sneak Peek with Akademos

We will provide a sneak peek of the new STLCC virtual bookstore launching for students in Summer for 2022. We will look at the student perspective as well as the faculty perspective. We will demonstrate everything from adoptions a textbook, adopting OER, using Coursepacks as well as Q&A.

Presenter: Kelly Tilstra, Director of Business Development, Akademos

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Zoom meeting link: https://akademos.zoom.us/j/5298187550


Hear to Listen

Hear to Listen As STLCC moves toward a renewed effort at diversity, equity and inclusion, Hear to Listen is an opportunity for employees of color to have an open conversation about ways we may have been excluded, or our voices haven’t been heard, at the College. The intent is to hear, listen and learn from employees of color about shared experiences at STLCC. From the conversation, we will: Develop ideas to influence change at STLCC toward inclusion. Create action steps to share with DEI leadership at STLCC. Encourage similar conversations so voices are heard at the College. Improve inclusion at STLCC. Hear to Listen could be an uncomfortable conversation for employees of color, particularly if administrators, campus leaders or the like are involved. It is preferred that Hear to Listen be attended by professional, classified and physical plant staff who identify as people of color.

Presenter: Nez Savala, APR, Communications Manager

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_OWMzMTJlODctOTMxMi00NGUxLWE4MDYtMzMyOGIzMTJlYzJi%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22020db32b-d5af-446d-8a69-e3b32c078ddc%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 837 611 117#


Using the EMS System to the Fullest

Event Management System (EMS) allows you to reserve space across the district for events and meetings. This session will cover the basics of making a reservation in the online system.

Presenter: Karen Wade, Library Secretary, Room/Event Scheduler

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Matter vs Matter of Fact – Creating a Culture of Care

This session will look at the psychological idea of mattering and how it can be used in order to create a culture of care for our students. This interactive session will define mattering, discuss excellent islands of care and give practical actions we can perform to begin to create a culture of care for our students.

Presenter: Mysha Clincy, Academic Advisor

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Understanding Supplier Diversity at STLCC

Defining Supplier Diversity and the importance of engaging minority and women-owned businesses in our contracting and bid opportunities.

Presenter: Stephanie Smith, Supplier Diversity Manager

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Planning for Financial Security

This comprehensive program provides useful information about financial planning by addressing the main areas of financial planning: Cash management, tax planning, risk management, retirement planning, estate planning, investment planning and long-term care.

Presenters: Shane Hurst, Financial Advisor, VALIC, AIG Retirement Services, Kitty Harstick, District Vice President, VALIC, AIG Retirement Services

Virtual Session Information

Webex meeting link:https://aiguc.webex.com/meet/catherine.harstick

Dial in: 469-210-7159
Code: 733 644 906


NCERP Session

Presenter: Lesley Holland, Retirement Specialist, NCERPe

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CourseLeaf SYL

Come see a demo of our new and exciting syllabi software, SYL! SYL makes syllabi creation quick and compliant by automatically pulling in much of the information required for your syllabus. SYL's state of the art drag and drop calendar tool allows for easy management of your class assignments schedule by automatically populating class meeting dates and institutional holidays. You're going to love it!

Presenter: Jill Vaughn, Director of Curriculum and Assessment & Nicole Dutt, Systems & Process Specialist

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MTNmMTNmOGItMWViZS00OTVhLTlmMjgtNGYxZGE5ZmUzOTE1%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%224cd64bfe-a7a1-4304-947b-1393797262a2%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%220a006b1b-f83e-4a06-bd8b-b865c2bdf354%22%7d

Dial in: 314-391-8608
Conference ID: 218 495 731#


Promoting Events with Event Calendar and Social Media

Need to promote an event to the STLCC community and greater STL area? Eager to connect with students in new ways? Join STLCC’s digital marketing team for a walkthrough and mini-workshop session of the STLCC Events Calendar and a best practices guide to social media. We’ll show you how to create an event in the events calendar and give you all the tips and tricks you need to make your event really stand out. We’ll also share what it takes to run your own social media account for your group or department, including the steps you should take prior to launching a channel, best practices for various platforms, and how to get your social posts seen and shared by the district STLCC social accounts.

Presenters: Ben Shasserre, Digital Strategies Manager & Skye Peters, Video Producer

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Dial in: 877 853 5247 US Toll-free
Meeting ID: 988 3230 1791
Passcode: 624053


Ellucian Recruit

Presenter: Kerri Martin, Student Affairs Information Systems Lead, Chris Fletcher, Director, Recruitment & Outreach

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Workplace Unity

When people work together in a collaborative manner and unite to leverage the diversity of the group, the best in workplace dynamics occurs. People experience a sense of solidarity and loyalty to perform at top levels - together. This seminar explores how biases about our differences may challenge us and how behaviors that foster a culture of unity and inclusion help us to embrace being part of something bigger and better.

Presenter: Julie Lawson, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting Link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/94682752374?pwd=K2JFTWFhazdvSnFZZ1AwK280N0VGQT09

Meeting ID: 946 8275 2374
PIN: 052103


Getting Healthy/Staying Healthy

Are you ready to jump-start your wellness plan but don’t know how to take that first step? Participants learn how to improve health through weight management, healthy food choices and exercise that is a choice — not a chore!

Presenter: Melissa Baumgartner, PAS EAP

Virtual Session Information

Zoom meeting Link: https://paseap.zoom.us/j/92643008831?pwd=eWFPY3dpTnZFakdKSktSeXZXVVQrdz09

Meeting ID: 926 4300 8831
PIN: PASEAP


Student Affairs Enrollment Process Training

Presenter: Regina Blackshear, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Afffairs

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Microsoft SharePoint Online Level 100

This course focuses on the SharePoint Online experience in communication and team sites. Attendees will learn how to share and manage content, find information, and collaborate across your organization. This introductory course focuses on the experience for site members. Objectives: •Successfully navigate SharePoint team and communication sites •Understand Microsoft 365 groups •Work with SharePoint document libraries •Share files and folders with users outside of a group •Utilize shared resources in team sites including lists, plans, and notebooks.

Presenters: The Microsoft Store

Virtual Session Information

Microsoft Teams meeting link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MjVjMzE2YzUtMzk1Ni00NDViLWE0ZGMtODE4YTNiYzEyMDA3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2272f988bf-86f1-41af-91ab-2d7cd011db47%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2210640fa5-59bc-4923-ae48-0f6fc8549503%22%2c%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3atrue%7d&btype=a&role=a


Computer Labs Available

We will have computer labs available for employee use on Professional Development day. We ask that you please bring headphones and follow the COVID- 19 cleaning procedures outlined in the classroom.

Campus Classrooms
STLCC – Corporate College Room 208
STLCC – Forest Park Health Sciences 208, 210
STLCC – Florissant Valley Business 120, 125, 127
STLCC – Meramec Business Administration 201, 203
STLCC – Wildwood Room 207
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Boxed Lunches

Employees who submitted an RSVP for lunch, can pick their box lunch up at these locations.

Campus Classrooms
STLCC – BRDG Park Lunchroom
STLCC – Corporate College Room 219
STLCC – Forest Park Café
STLCC – Florissant Valley/CWI Café lobby
STLCC – Meramec Student Center Lobby
STLCC – South County Lunchroom
STLCC – Wildwood Student Commons
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Support

Technology Support

For technology support, please contact the Help Desk.

Contact the Help Desk

Interpreter Services

If you need interpreter services, please contact Interpreter Services.

Contact Interpreter Services

General Questions

For more information about the year’s Professional Development Day, contact Katie Kelly, senior learning development and training specialist.

Contact Katie Kelly

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