Thursday, August 23 (Afternoon Sessions)

1:00-2:00 p.m. Department Chair Roundtable WIL 130

1:00-1:50 p.m. Helping Students in Distress
(Presenter: Todd Stanley/Emily Lockhart) WIL 201
Please join Counselors from the Powell Resource Center for an interactive session regarding recognizing and responding to students in distress. Case studies will be utilized to guide attendees through a process for crisis intervention. Leave the session feeling more confident in your ability to appropriately assist students in need

1:00-1:50 p.m. Quick and Easy Lecture Capture
(Presenter: Valerie Lewis) MS 147
Learn how to record and upload lectures or other videos using just your smartphone.

1:00-1:50 p.m. Student Researchers and Students as Subjects
(Presenter: Bonnie Binkley/Kim Baranowsky) BY 121
Learn to distinguish between classroom exercises for the purpose of learning and what meets the definition of human subjects research requiring IRB Review. Also covered: 1) the new policy concerning who can be PI, and roles and responsibilities of faculty advisers (both for overseeing “research” and classroom exercises), and 2) the new determination form to help decipher if activity is “research.”

1:00-1:50 p.m. Internship Program Best Practices: Who, What, When, Where, and Why
(Presenter: Amanda Gardner) Ampersand Center, Bondurant Connection Space
Are you new to the Internship Program process, or has it been a while since you advised an academic internship? Learn more about requirements and best practices to ensure your student has an insightful and rewarding internship experience.

2:00-2:50 p.m. Dogs, Cats, and Bunnies, Oh My! An Intro to Animals on Campus
(Presenter: Jennifer Condon) MS 147
Disability Support Services will review the types of animals on campus, laws that cover their handlers, and information for faculty and staff regarding what to expect in classes, residence halls, and around campus.

2:00-2:50 p.m. Meet the New Library Director
(Presenter: Ruth Castillo) Kelly Library, Denham Poetry Collection Area
Stop by for a snack and meet the new library director, Ruth Castillo. Conversation will focus on the future of library services at E&H.

2:00-2:50 p.m. So You and Your Student(s) Are Engaged in Student Subjects Research: Now What?
(Presenter: Bonnie Binkley/Kim Baranowsky) BY 121
Join the discussion about new written IRB policies, why we have them, and where to find them. Also covered: the new forms, exempt, expedited/full board and consent templates—when to use what, how to use the new forms and how to submit requests for review to the IRB, and what happens when those requests are submitted.

2:00-2:50 p.m. LiveWhale Website Training & Update: Tending Your Garden
(Presenter: Rachael Wilbur) Kelly Library, McGowan Room
A brief refresher on the Website content management system, including best practices, tips, tricks, and updates. Learn how to easily update your profile and add events, stories, images, and more.

3:00-3:50 p.m. Disability 101: Rights, Responsibilities, and Processes Wel-coming Students with Disabilities
(Presenter: Jennifer Condon) MS 147
This session will include an overview of what disability is, a brief summary of disability law, responsibilities and expectations of faculty and staff members regarding students with disabilities, and the E&H process for requesting accommodations.

3:00-3:50 p.m. Misconduct in the Classroom
(Presenter: Ryan Bowyer/Michael Puglisi) WIL 201
This workshop will highlight effective strategies and equip faculty to proactively manage student behavior in the classroom and to deter misconduct before it happens. Attention will also focus on responding to misconduct and curtailing unwanted behavior. Faculty will be encouraged to share their experiences and be invited to join in case study group work.

3:00-3:50 p.m. Fresh Start with PebblePad: Rethinking ePortfolio and Beyond
(Presenter: Bradley Hartsell) Kelly Library, McGowan Room
Learn best practices of using PebblePad to create, manage, and share ePortfolios. In addition, faculty will learn how to create assignments and course-specific workbooks in PebblePad to guide their students’ learning. Also held Tuesday, 8/21, at 3-3:50 p.m.

3:00-3:50 p.m. Student Employment (Work Study): Updates and Reminders
(Presenter: Amanda Gardner/Maggie Hubble) Ampersand Center, Bondurant Connection Space
Walk step-by-step through the student employment process from both the faculty/staff and student perspectives. Information on student employment budgets, hiring protocol, and job posting platform will be provided.