Learn about the technology services that are available to students on the UTEP campus at no cost. If you own a smartphone or tablet, this will be a great opportunity for us to configure your mobile device for use on campus.
This session is a partnership between the Center for Faculty Leadership and Development, the BUILDing SCHOLARS Center, the Campus Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives (COURI), and the Graduate School.
Presenters: Danielle Morales, Sociology and Anthropology and Lynnsay Marsan, COURI.
Effective mentoring leads to enhanced engagement of students outside the classroom leading to the development of marketable skills, confidence, and competence.
This series will provide best practices for enhancing mentoring relationships for both the mentor and mentee thereby enhancing productivity and success in dynamic educational, professional and civic contexts.
Speaker Bob Peterson, President and CEO of One Source Federal Credit Union.
The major pain points for startups when forming the company and seeking funding will be discussed in addition to the different types of funding available for startups including expectations from investors. He has 25+ years’ experience in banking, management, sales, and marketing. Bob serves on six boards and is very well-connected to numerous El Paso industries.
This is a training designed for all UTEP employees (faculty, staff, student employees). Employees will learn how to apply customer service to their jobs, according to the UTEP Customer Service Philosophy.
Modern challenges to business and academic leadership including, academic Integrity, sexual harassment, and effective communication. This presentation will examine these issues with real-life and current examples. How do these ethical issues profoundly affect the business environment, the classroom, and personal outcomes? What can business and academic leaders do to move in the right direction and address these challenges?
Speaker: Toni Blum, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost for Assessment and Accreditation
Effective assessment leads to institutional and program-level accreditation. This series will help you understand and develop processes that lead to continuous enhancement of academic excellence.
Faculty, Directors, Post-doctoral fellows, Staff, and Graduate Students are welcome to attend!
Lunch will be provided. Space is limited.