Activities/Events for September 18, 2013

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013
1:00 pm
GHL 207
If you work with hazardous energies and perform equipment maintenance, you need this Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) training annually.

(Mandatory as assigned)

Please RSVP to rbenson@clark.edu OR call ext. 2965.

**faculty and staff only**

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
2:30 pm
GHL 207
If you drive a forklift on campus, you need this training every three years.

Please RSVP to rbenson@clark.edu OR call ext. 2965.

**faculty and staff only**

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
8:30 am
GHL 205
This face-to-face workshop is designed for instructors who will teach online, hybrid, or web-enhanced courses for Clark College. By the completion of the workshop (both f2f and post-work), you should have a basic understanding of the main features of Canvas, have a clear understanding of how Canvas will be used at Clark College, have at least one of your Moodle courses imported into Canvas, have completed follow-up tasks and quizzes, and then be ready to move into the Canvas 201 (teaching online) workshop. Complete resources are available to provide more depth of topics, similar to an online version of workshop.

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED by selecting specific date at http://clarkcollegeelearning.eventbrite.com/.

If no available dates/times work for you, please email Kathy at kchatfield@clark.edu for alternative arrangements.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
12:00 pm
GHL 205
This face-to-face workshop is designed for instructors who will teach an online or hybrid course for Clark College. By the end of the workshop, you should have a working knowledge of most features in the Canvas LMS with attention on those more advanced features used for effective online learning and the implementation of Quality Matters standards in your course, have at least one of your courses fully developed in Canvas, and be ready to start teaching.

This workshop provides first-hand experience with the teaching aspects of Canvas, including posting announcements, creating and setting up grading rubrics and experience grading and feedback, study student tracking tools, and making your course available for students (publishing). Resources are available to provide more depth of topics, similar to online version of workshop.


PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED by selecting specific date at http://clarkcollegeelearning.eventbrite.com/.

If no available dates/times work for you, please email Kathy at kchatfield@clark.edu for alternative arrangements.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
11:00 am
GHL 213
The New Employee Welcome is held twice each year, and is a time for new(er) employees to meet leaders in the organization, enjoy refreshments and connect with other employees in a fun and friendly environment!

Please RSVP to kferguson@clark.edu

**open to employees hired after February 2013**

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
9:00 am
SHL 216
This workshop is open to all new CTE faculty and to those who will be reviewing their vocational certification. A step-by-step overview of the certification process will be presented.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
9:00 am
GHL 213
Do you have an event or program that you would like to publicize? Do you need help creating a brochure explaining your new project? Then it is time you met the staff of the Communications and Marketing Department. Communications Specialist, Hannah Erickson, will explain how ComMark can help you with communications tools like posters, flyers, news releases, video, logo creation, website ads, web pages, social media, mailers and coverage in Clark 24/7.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
2:30 pm
GHL 213
Do you have an event or program that you would like to publicize? Do you need help creating a brochure explaining your new project? Then it is time you met the staff of the Communications & Marketing Department. Communications Specialist, Hannah Erickson, will explain how ComMark can help you with communications tools like posters, flyers, news releases, video, logo creation, website ads, web pages, social media, mailers, and coverage in Clark 24/7.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
1:30 pm
SHL 216
This workshop is open to all faculty who are interested in learning about the Program Improvement Process. Faculty whose programs will be undergoing the review process beginning Fall 2013 are highly encouraged to attend. The workshop will focus on the steps in the process and an overview of how the Virtual Notebooks will be used in the process will be presented.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
9:30 am
FHL 126
Required for all tenure-track probationers, faculty and administrators serving on a tenure committee.

**faculty and staff only**

RSVP to Kathy Ostermiller at tensec@clark.edu OR 360.992.2847.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
10:00 am
JSH 124
The BIT (Behavioral Intervention Team) concept was introduced to Clark College in 2009 as a proactive, preventative approach to maintain a safe college environment. In line with current best practices, the BIT team has revised our scope and procedures to keep the best of what we were already doing and include threat assessment as part of our process to identify and respond to individuals who may pose a danger to self, others or the college community. Our new name BITA - Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment - better reflects the scope of what our team does.

Join us to learn about behavioral red flags, information and resources for helping students in distress, and ideas about how and when to refer to BITA.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
9:30 am
PUB 258 B
This workshop will be a dialogue on how to connect your work at Clark to student learning experiences in regards to Power, Privilege and Inequity. During this conversation, you will be able to gain perspective of how your work (regardless of your position) is related to student learning and how it is integrated with Power, Privilege and Inequity.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
11:00 am
PUB 161
All Faculty Program Directors are welcome to attend a reception that is both informational and fun.

**faculty and staff only**

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
8:00 am
Off Campus
For details, please contact Kimberly Sullivan @ ksullivan@clark.edu

**faculty only**

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
8:00 pm
The fall quarter waitlist will update for the last time on the evening of Wednesday, September 18.

Students may confirm whether or not they have been registered in classes for which they were waitlisted by viewing "Student Schedule" through the Current Students page online.

Those who do not move into classes through the waitlist should make alternate schedule arrangements.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
1:00 pm
BHL 109
This is a required training session for all 1st year tenure-track faculty members to provide a more in-depth step-by-step overview of the policies, procedures and best practices of the Tenure Review Process. It will be an informal discussion with a focus on examples of suggested templates, required documentation and quarterly submissions. The topics of this discussion is designed to provide you with effective tools and strategies to efficiently prepare for the expectations of an eight quarter process that includes contractual components and strict timelines. We will have a Q & A at the end of the session.

*Required for 1st year tenure-track probationers only*

RSVP to Kathy Ostermiller at tensec@clark.edu OR 360.992.2847.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
1:30 pm
JSH 124
Would your students benefit from experiential learning? If you are a faculty member who currently advises Co-op 199 students, or are interested in learning more about the Co-op Internship process, then this is the workshop for you! Learn about our new web-site re-design and Canvas shell.

*open to faculty and staff*

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
11:00 am
BHL 109
Clark College is exploring innovative ways to improve the educational system to be inclusive for DREAMers (undocumented students). A taskforce has been assembled to help reduce enrollment barriers for this population as well as promote an inclusive environment. Join us for the session to learn what is being done and how you may contribute to the success of our DREAMers population.

*open to all faculty and staff*

Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - Friday, September 27, 2013
9:00 am
Gaiser Hall
Hiring for Client Collections Representative and Client Retention Coordinator positions in the Portland location. More opportunities available in Vancouver. Stop by the table in Gaiser Hall for more information!

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
9:00 am
SHL 103
This 90 minute seminar highlights the issues facing state employees and state officers regarding the Ethics in Public Service Act, RCW 42.52 and WAC 292-110-010, Use of Resources.

This fast-paced seminar leads the audience through the law, using actual cases to put the concepts into reality-based scenarios.

Ethical concepts will be explained and practical tools provided so state employees will know how to handle ethical issues when they arise in the workplace. The audience will learn what conduct is appropriate and options to take when faced with similar dilemmas in their agency.

Presented by: Melanie de Leon, Executive Director, Executive Ethics Board

*open to all faculty and staff*

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
11:00 am
APH 201
This 90 minute seminar highlights the issues facing state employees and state officers regarding the Ethics in Public Service Act, RCW 42.52 and WAC 292-110-010, Use of Resources.

This fast-paced seminar leads the audience through the law, using actual cases to put the concepts into reality-based scenarios.

Ethical concepts will be explained and practical tools provided so state employees will know how to handle ethical issues when they arise in the workplace. The audience will learn what conduct is appropriate and options to take when faced with similar dilemmas in their agency.

Presented by: Melanie de Leon, Executive Director, Executive Ethics Board

*open to all faculty and staff*

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
1:30 pm
APH 201
This 90 minute seminar highlights the issues facing state employees and state officers regarding the Ethics in Public Service Act, RCW 42.52 and WAC 292-110-010, Use of Resources.

This fast-paced seminar leads the audience through the law, using actual cases to put the concepts into reality-based scenarios.

Ethical concepts will be explained and practical tools provided so state employees will know how to handle ethical issues when they arise in the workplace. The audience will learn what conduct is appropriate and options to take when faced with similar dilemmas in their agency.

Presented by: Melanie de Leon, Executive Director, Executive Ethics Board

*open to all faculty and staff*





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