Location
Business Building (COBA), Room 152
Dates
9/20/2018
Times
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Class Days
Thursday
Duration
1.5 hr
Seats Available
14

Equal Opportunity Services and Faculty Affairs faculty search committee training program will equip you with up-to-date skills and knowledge to maintain consistent, effective, and unbiased recruitment policies and procedures for the University of Texas at Arlington to attract and retain the best and most representative faculty possible. The best faculty is also a diverse faculty that offers our students the educational experiences congruent with our Principles of Community and Strategic Plan 2020. Upon completing this training, each search committee member will:

  1. Become more knowledgeable in creating inclusive faculty search procedures and environment.
  2. Challenge search committee members perceptions and biases about diversification of faculty.
  3. Understand the new guidelines that have been put in place and the effect on searches.
  4. Identify candidates that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service.

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Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
9/20/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Thursday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
19

Do you struggle to find the right words in a conversation? Do you find yourself not being able to get your point across? Now is your opportunity to learn the skills that can empower you to speak clearly and effectively. Participants will learn about communication styles, non-verbal communication, and additional keys to communication that will educate and empower. Learn powerful tools for assertiveness to help you deal with conflict at all levels in the organization and discover techniques to be an assertive communicator. You will also explore the differences between being passive, aggressive, and assertive.

Location
Business Building (COBA), Room 153
Dates
9/25/2018
Times
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Class Days
Tuesday
Duration
1.5 hr
Seats Available
15

Equal Opportunity Services and Faculty Affairs faculty search committee training program will equip you with up-to-date skills and knowledge to maintain consistent, effective, and unbiased recruitment policies and procedures for the University of Texas at Arlington to attract and retain the best and most representative faculty possible. The best faculty is also a diverse faculty that offers our students the educational experiences congruent with our Principles of Community and Strategic Plan 2020. Upon completing this training, each search committee member will:

  1. Become more knowledgeable in creating inclusive faculty search procedures and environment.
  2. Challenge search committee members perceptions and biases about diversification of faculty.
  3. Understand the new guidelines that have been put in place and the effect on searches.
  4. Identify candidates that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service.

To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
9/26/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
28

This course is designed to provide supervisors with the information that will help them become effective leaders in the workplace. We will explore different leadership styles and how to bring out the best leaders.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
9/28/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Friday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
27

As an administrative assistant, your success depends upon effectively partnering with your boss. You are often called upon to communicate, plan, organize, negotiate, and participate in decision-making at very high levels. This course is specially designed to help you learn to prioritize, plan, make decisions, and build relationships. You will return to work with a better understanding of what partnering with your boss entails and a greater ability to support your organization's goals from your position as a member of the administrative support staff.

Location
Business Building (COBA), Room 140
Dates
9/28/2018
Times
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Friday
Duration
1.5 hr
Seats Available
15

Equal Opportunity Services and Faculty Affairs faculty search committee training program will equip you with up-to-date skills and knowledge to maintain consistent, effective, and unbiased recruitment policies and procedures for the University of Texas at Arlington to attract and retain the best and most representative faculty possible. The best faculty is also a diverse faculty that offers our students the educational experiences congruent with our Principles of Community and Strategic Plan 2020. Upon completing this training, each search committee member will:

  1. Become more knowledgeable in creating inclusive faculty search procedures and environment.
  2. Challenge search committee members perceptions and biases about diversification of faculty.
  3. Understand the new guidelines that have been put in place and the effect on searches.
  4. Identify candidates that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service.

To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.

Location
University Center, Room Guadalupe
Dates
10/3/2018
Times
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
3 hr
Seats Available
22

This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.

A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.

SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, Room: GUADALUPE.  Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - https://uta.nupark.com/events/Events/Register/16aa9eac-fc76-4622-b84d-84f639e4d80e

Location
Maverick Activities Center (MAC), Room 213 (Upstairs Classroom)
Dates
10/3/2018
Times
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
1 hr
Seats Available
36

With so much information out there it’s hard to decipher what will actually make a difference in your exercise and training results. This presentation will go into those topics such as sleep habits, nutrition, and proper exercise programming so you can know what will get you the best results possible.

You are welcome to bring a lunch. Bring a friend or a co-worker and enjoy some great information! If you have questions, please contact Jeremy Roden at jroden@uta.edu. Visit Campus Recreation for more information. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/9/2018
Times
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Class Days
Tuesday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
31
Whether you are a team member or a supervisor, knowing how to build a team and understanding the various stages of team development is important. As a manager, the relationship you have with your employees can motivate them, guide them, or discourage them. As a team member, your communication and interaction with others cultivates your team atmosphere. This class is intended to help you examine your teams development and offer strategies for leading and influencing your team positively throughout the different stages.
Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/11/2018
Times
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Class Days
Thursday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
31

There are very few people who actually like to sit in meetings. However, meetings are part of team development and organizational management. This course is designed to explore the basic keys to conducting effective meetings that will help your team get the right information to get the job done. Participants will learn how to plan and prepare for meetings and uncover the elements that make a meeting successful.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/17/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
19

If your office is a mess and you are drowning in your to-do list, then this class is for you. Participants will learn how to avoid backlogs, how to manage paperwork, and how to eliminate clutter.  Tips and strategies will be beneficial to you and your organization.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/19/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Friday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
26

Today's fast-paced global business environment requires professionals to work with tight deadlines and stringent expectations. This seminar is designed to help you develop strategies to successfully manage projects and effectively make decisions. You will explore the tools for enhancing creativity and brainstorming solutions. Participants are invited to bring an in-depth problem to discuss in class.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/26/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Friday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
29

Discover the essential skills to effectively manage projects and bring out the best in a team. Successful managers and supervisors are the ones who learn how to delegate effectively. They know there's no better resource than a fully functioning and dedicated team. This course can help managers take control of their projects and priorities. Learn practical tips and specific steps to boost productivity, maximize teamwork, and meet deadlines.

Location
Wetsel Service Center, Room 200
Dates
10/30/2018
Times
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Class Days
Tuesday
Duration
2 hr
Seats Available
33

Course participants will learn to motivate employees to a higher state of productivity and create a work environment that is beneficial to everyone.

Location
University Center, Room Guadalupe
Dates
11/7/2018
Times
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
3 hr
Seats Available
39

This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.

A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.

SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, Room: GUADALUPE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - https://uta.nupark.com/events/Events/Register/6158008d-fd52-4032-801d-3a3dc2f28646

Location
Maverick Activities Center (MAC), Room 213 (Upstairs Classroom)
Dates
11/7/2018
Times
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
1 hr
Seats Available
38

To be receptive to what the universe brings to us, we need to have an open, fluid and infinitely adaptable awareness.  Having fluid awareness means that attention does not get stuck on preconceptions about how the desire is supposed to manifest.  By remaining receptive and free, awareness can move and adapt to whatever the intention needs in its development.

You are welcome to bring a lunch.  Bring a friend or a co-worker and enjoy some great information!  If you have questions, please contact Jeremy Roden at jroden@uta.edu.  Visit Campus Recreation for more information.  To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.

Location
University Center, Room Carlisle Suite
Dates
12/5/2018
Times
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Class Days
Wednesday
Duration
3 hr
Seats Available
40

This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.

A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.

SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, Room: CARLISLE SUITE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - https://uta.nupark.com/events/Events/Register/88346f6b-5c5b-455a-97c0-1f926c552d60