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The Center for Transformation is an integrated center for professional development for faculty, staff, students, and community partners. The whole-community approach integrates instructional resources to offer transformative programming in support of the university’s new vision for higher education. The center provides programming that will enhance faculty and staff abilities to engage students in a robust learning environment that includes interdisciplinary integrated clusters, open labs, partnerships, entrepreneurial innovation, and experiential learning.
Advising Seminar on the Targeted Advising Approach.
March 6th from 9:00am – 10:00am HUB 109
March 7th from 2:00pm – 3:00pm HUB 109
In 2006, a new approach to academic advising was developed here at Plymouth State University in order to better serve students who were undeclared. This approach was the guiding principle for University Studies since 2009 and is now being used with our Student Success Coaches program. Come learn about how this approach, grounded in theory from multiple disciplines, can help guide an adviser to provide the best mentorship experience possible to students.
These sessions are for both Faculty and Staff alike.
Disability Services Office Workshop Series
Workshop 2: Emotional Support Animals
This workshop will help faculty and staff understand the role of Emotional Support Animals on campus as well as the laws that mandate their inclusion as an accommodation for some students with disabilities. Attendees will be provided with information on Plymouth State’s ESA policy, and we will answer questions to help navigate concerns that may arise as Emotional Support Animals become a presence in our community.
March 13th at 3:00pm in HUB Senate Room
March 14th at 9:00am in HUB 109
Please RSVP by March 10th to Hannah Davidson: email@example.com if you plan on attending one of these dates.
Workshop 3: Autism Spectrum Disorder: Accommodating Students with ASD on Campus
As more and more students on the Autism Spectrum are attending college, the DSO would like to offer support to faculty and staff in meeting these students’ needs. Esther Kennedy, a Graduate Teaching Lecturer in the Special Education program here at PSU, and the Director of Student Services in Gilford School District, will provide faculty and staff with tools and methods that can be utilized when working with students on the Spectrum.
April 10th at 3:00pm in HUB Senate Room
April 11th at 9:00am in HUB 109
Please RSVP by April 7th to Lindsay Page: firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending one of these dates.
We will be posting more professional development opportunities as they become available. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact Josh Perks, email@example.com