Project Management: In an environment where projects are often assigned to a group of individuals who may or may not work together, whose project leader may or may not hold a position of authority, the skill of being able to guide a project successfully from beginning to end is even more important. This program will provide tools to successfully manage any project at CC, regardless of its size or makeup of the team. Participants will also learn how to mentor others to lead projects.

Presenter: Lyrae Williams, Associate Vice President for Institutional Planning & Effectiveness

11/13/18, 9-12 – tiny.cc/cve7zy
2/27/19, 1-4 – tiny.cc/6xe7zy

Managing Effective Meetings: Recent research suggests that on any given day 17 million meetings are held and that one-third of a manager’s time is spent in meetings. This session will give participants the skills for getting the most value from their meetings.

Presenter: Lyrae Williams, Associate Vice President for Institutional Planning & Effectiveness

11/13/18, 1-3 – tiny.cc/4ze7zy
2/27/19, 9-11 – tiny.cc/20e7zy

Posted by jbridge@coloradocollege.edu for the October 18, 2018 digest.

Ever wanted to showcase that amazing talent that you are hiding? Or participate in a spelling bee? Or literally win a free Alexa? WELL THIS IS THE EVENT FOR YOU!
CC’s Next Top Tiger is sponsored by Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) and this is its launch year! It is a multi-component talent show, with fashion, talent and spelling! Admission is $5 for anyone who wants to come watch you thrive, and the competition is free (with suggested donation) to any student, staff or faculty who wants to compete (while spots remain open). The event is Saturday, November 3rd, @ 8 PM!

PRIZE IS AN ALEXA AND ALL PROCEEDS GO TO READING IS FUNDAMENTAL!

ENTER AND WIN AN ALEXA WITH THAT SNAZZY TALENT YOU GOT GOING ON!

Please contact Grace Cooke at grace.cooke@coloradocollege.edu if interested in registering, tickets will be on sale in Worner first week of 3rd Block. HOPE YOU ALL PARTICIPATE!

Posted by g_cooke@coloradocollege.edu for the October 17, 2018 digest.

. *+Anti-Harassment & Discrimination – 10/16/18 (registration closed, contact jbridge@coloradocollege.edu)
. *Recruiting Talent at CC – 10/16/18 (registration closed, contact jbridge@coloradocollege.edu)
. *Emergency Preparedness: Your Role in Campus Emergencies – 10/18/18 tiny.cc/pmedzy
. Waste Diversion – 10/23/18 tiny.cc/5g0jzy
. Trends in Higher Education (President Tiefenthaler) – 10/29/18 tiny.cc/ct1rzy
. Green Office Certification – 10/30/18 tiny.cc/cvfwzy
. Online Productivity – 11/1/18 tiny.cc/92x4zy
. Toward A Daily Anti-Racist Agenda – 11/6/18 tiny.cc/x3x4zy
. How Do Our Students Get to CC (Mark Hatch) – 11/7/18 tiny.cc/r4x4zy
. Project Management – 11/13/18 tiny.cc/w4x4zy
. Managing Effective Meetings – 11/13/18 tiny.cc/s5x4zy
*Required course for certification in the Great CC Supervisor program
+Required course for certification in the Supervising Student Employees program

Posted by jbridge@coloradocollege.edu for the October 16, 2018 digest.

Aficionados Speakers Series Lunch Lecture, Wednesday, Oct. 31, noon

“What Is a Book?” by Jessy Randall

What is a book? What was a book? What will books be in the future? Curator Jessy Randall will show materials from Colorado College Special Collections that may or may not answer these questions.

To make a reservation for any of the lunch lectures, please call (719) 389-6334
or e-mail swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu

Gaylord Hall, main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave.
*Admission: $5 Registration Fee for general public/No Cost to CC Gold Card Holders*
Space is limited to 100 registrants

Reservations are required by the Friday before each luncheon.

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the October 16, 2018 digest.

Students from SW220: Environmental Justice in the Southwest will showcase their Environmental Justice (EJ) Academic Posters, in which they’ve used EJ theory, frameworks, and concepts to present a visual depiction of an environmental (in)justice issue in the greater U.S. Southwest that is also the focus of their final research papers. Students will discuss their topics and findings with the greater CC community on 10/16 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Perkins Lounge, located near the Worner Desk. Stop by and show these students your support!

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the October 16, 2018 digest.

Grants 101: The “Nuts and Bolts” of Grant Applications

Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Barnes PC Lab #203

This one-hour session by the College’s grants professionals, Tess Powers, Ina Remus, and Laura Hines, provides an introduction to the grant application process. We will walk you through what that process looks like, talk about the elements of every successful grant proposal, and give you some time to explore the college’s grants database, Pivot.

Please RSVP to tpowers@coloradocollege.edu or just drop by.

Posted by tpowers@coloradocollege.edu for the October 16, 2018 digest.