Ahead@NU and Northwestern's Masters in Learning and Organizational Change Present:
Change in Action, an interactive event with staff presentations and group discussions
Learn from your colleagues innovative approaches they have taken in their offices to create change around them. Discuss the impact of these changes and possibilities for your own work in an interactive World Café setting.
Unified Network and Desktop Support – NUCATS Institute
Brandon DeLallo, Project Management Specialist, Project Café
*Tools for Managing Team-Based Projects
Beth Clifford Smith, Manager of Administrative Services, WCAS; ANUW President
Kate Dargis, Assistant Director, Program of African Studies; ANUW Vice President
*More Data Entry = Less Work?
Ryan O’Mealey, Director of Music Admission and Financial Aid, Bienen School of Music
Building Coalitions for Change
Laura Stuart, Coordinator of Sexual Health Education and Violence Prevention, Division of Student Affairs/Health Services
Eva Ball, Coordinator of Sexual Violence Response Services and Advocacy, Division of Student Affairs/Health Services
*Supporting Faculty Development through Technological Intervention
Brian Nielsen, Interim Manager of Faculty Support Services, Academic & Research Technologies
Ted Spiegel, Professor Emeritus, Integrated Marketing Program, Medill
*Change in Action World Café
Jeff Merrell, Associate Director, Masters in Learning and Organizational Change
Terri Cramer, Assistant Director, Masters in Learning and Organizational Change
*All presentations will be held in Evanston 2/1. Those starred will also be in Chicago on 1/31.
CHICAGO EVENT DETAILS
Tuesday, January 31
Wieboldt Hall, Room 417 (339 E Chicago Ave)
EVANSTON EVENT DETAILS
Wednesday, February 1
Norris University Center, Room 202
Previous Events in the Special Topics in Higher Education Series
January 2011 - Networking Like a RockStar
David J.P. Fisher (WCAS 98), RockStar Consulting, author of Step by Step Networking, led the group in discussing the skills that help make networking an integral part of our career development. We learned how to introduce ourselves with confidence and make strong connections with other professionals.
May/June 2010 - AHEAD@NU Presents: Speed Networking
All Northwestern employees were invited to join AHEAD@NU for an afternoon networking event facilitated by Megan Krueger (Assistant Dean, Kellogg Part-time Program). They had a chance to speak one-on-one with staff from across the University; everyone connected with about ten individuals over their lunch break.
If you have an event idea please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org