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This workshop will help you identify bullying behaviors, define what bullying is and is not and how it differs from harassment, discrimination and healthy conflict.
Over the past 20 years UIS faculty have taken students on short term study abroad programs to 21 countries around the world. This session will go over the responsibilities of faculty leading such programs and the support provided by Study Away Programs.
Resist the temptation to chase grant money. Stay true to your organization’s mission and goals by developing a plan for how you would like to use grant funds before you apply for them. The time you spend now will position you to submit competitive grant proposals as the opportunities arise. Come and be inspired to take the first steps toward proactive grant seeking.
This workshop will provide an introduction to Memorial Health System’s free online data platform. This platform features community health data in categories concerning health, economy, education, environment, public safety, social environment and transportation; as well as mapping and visualization tools, a database of evidence-based practices, and other valuable features.
This two for one workshop includes an overview of private foundation funding followed by a close look at locating funders in the Foundation Directory Online Professional. Covering topics that include a demonstration on Foundation Directory Online Professional, how to interpret the information found there, instruction on the use of CINRC reference materials, and more.
Does your organization need help directing its fundraising efforts? Planning focuses your organization by setting fundraising priorities and helps give staff and board members a roadmap to success. This introductory class will provide you with the basic steps for developing a fundraising plan.
This panel will describe ways to incorporate our campus sustainability initiatives into your teaching and service.
Are you new to proposal writing or want a quick refresher? If so, you don’t want to miss one of our most popular classes! Our workshop presenter is Sarah Rice, a librarian at Forefront in Chicago, she provides reference services and does research for Members and staff.