Professional Development Days kick off tomorrow at 9 a.m.

Professional Development Days kick off tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. in Chapel Auditorium. The sessions will break at 10:15 a.m. to allow participants to attend the President’s Convocation. Sessions will reconvene at 1 p.m. in Chapel Auditorium.

See the full schedule below:

Regresamos / We Return
Chapel Auditorium

9 a.m.            Welcome and Opening Prayer

9:05 a.m.      Provost’s Greetings

9:15 a.m.      Introduction of New Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
Announcements, Department Accolades, and Other Brief News

10:15 a.m.    Break

Nos Convocamos / We Convene

10:30 a.m.    University Convocation – Juntos: Living the Mission – Thiry Auditorium

Noon             Convocation Lunch – Chapel Auditorium

Nos Reunimos / We Gather
Chapel Auditorium

1 p.m.           Plenary Sessions (Presentations of Interest to All)
Topics planned include:
▪ Title IX Curriculum Disruption Week
▪ Student Affairs Update
▪ QEP Update
▪ CRM/Advise Refresher and Registrar Process Update
▪ COVID Update
▪ Ellucian Experience Sneak Preview

3:50 p.m.      Day 1 Concludes    

Aprendemos Juntos / We Learn Together
Chapel Auditorium

8 a.m.            Breakfast Tacos and Beverages

8:30 a.m.      Welcome and Opening Prayer

8:35 a.m.      Panel Discussion: “Pertenencia/Belonging” at OLLU

10 a.m.         Concurrent Breakout Sessions (10:00, 10:50, and 11:40 start times)
Topics planned include:
▪ Blackboard Learn Ultra
▪ Center for Career Development and Testing Services
▪ Classroom Technology Workshop
▪ Ellucian (Colleague) Reports for Faculty
▪ Financial Aid Information for Faculty and Staff
▪ General Education and Program Assessment
▪ Graduate Registration Training
▪ Grant Writing and “Grant-Finding”
▪ Curriculum Proposal Preparation for Faculty
▪ Student ADA/VA Accommodations
▪ Textbook and Materials Adoption Process and Procedures
▪ Undergraduate All-Access Textbook Program Updates

12:30 p.m.    Day 2 Concludes

           Salimos en comunidad / We go forth in community . . .