2017 Interactive Professional Development Day Call for Proposals
Opening Week Breakout Sessions Proposals due AUGUST 24th - CLOSED
Professional Development Day Proposals due September 22nd

Proposals after the deadline will not be considered.

Professional Development Day - October 20th
Biography of Key Note Speaker:

We are excited to welcome master diversity trainer Lee Mun Wah back to our campus to host a 4-hour workshop for all faculty and staff across our institution on the morning of PDD. The workshop is titled “The World is All Around Us – Creating a Culturally Responsive and Sustainable College Community.” Lee Mun Wah will guide us in the following objectives:

Create a community that retains and recruits diverse students and staff that feel validated, supported and embraced for their uniqueness.

Align racial differences through understanding how they can affect relationships, communication and behaviors.

Listen and respond to personal experiences from a cultural perspective.

Develop ways to respond compassionately and openly about diversity issues.

Practice working with conflict and hurt when diversity issues are involved.

Create a sense of community through dialogue and stories.

This workshop will provide opportunities for us to hear about each other’s journeys and learn about the myriad perspectives we each bring to the table.

Please do not submit a proposal if it is similar Lee Mun Wah's objectives.

Instructions: Scroll down and read questions carefully to submit your proposals.
Name
Name of Committee or Group
Email
Extension
Name(s) and emails of other contacts for this proposal.
Type of Session
Title of your Session
Briefly describe your session. What will participants learn/do/practice?
How is this session interactive?
The theme of Opening Week and PDD 2017 is focused on Core Theme 4: Sustainability in Human Resources, Operations, and Teaching & Learning. Briefly state how your session connects to this theme.
Please write a short blurb for this session. (This description will be used for marketing purposes).
What space needs do you have? (Computer Lab, Greenhouse, etc.)
How many participants is the maximum your session will accommodate?
What technology needs does your session require, if any?
Would you be willing to share your materials (Powerpoint, PDF, other materials) with the campus after your presentation?
Would you be willing to have your session recorded using Panopto?
Do you or other presenters in your session need training with Panopto and would like to be contacted about that?
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