What are the processes and strategies by which we lead ourselves and others to enact resilience in the workplace? This talk takes a research-to-practice approach to demonstrate how to enact resilience at present and for the future. Strategies rely on core communication of resilience processes and empirical evidence for these approaches.
When we take a sideways look at mentoring, what processes might we see in our lives from the time we are children to the support, development, sponsorship, and role modeling we experience today? How can we become more mindful of everyday mentoring processes and how we might engage in these productively for ourselves and others? This workshop uses varied theories, data, and methods to explore how we encourage mentoring throughout the academic lifespan.
Speaker: Dr. Patrice Buzzanell, Purdue University
Naomi Oreskes is Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. She is the author of "The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change," which laid to rest the idea that there was significant disagreement in the scientific community about the reality of global warming and its human causes.
Come to the Wellness Center Climbing wall to learn more about climbing! Cost $5 for students, members, and non-members. Register at the Wellness Center Welcome Desk.
It's AFA Night! We will be meeting at the VFW at 6 pm on Wednesday, April 5th. See you there!
Spring Symposium marking the 91st Anniversary of Sociology and Rural Studies at SDSU
Thursday Apr. 6th Hobo Gallery 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm and
Friday Apr. 7th Peterson Recital Hall 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Promises and Pitfalls of Applied
Sociology and Community Action
91st Anniversary Sociology Symposium Keynote Presentation
Dr. Statler is the Richman Family Director of Business Ethics and Social Impact Programming and a Clinical Associate Professor of Business and Society at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Pragmatic American philosopher John Dewey refers to the habit of continually reflecting on and refining our lives as 'practical wisdom'. This presentation will explore how the integration of the humanities with business education can help students to develop practical wisdom that complements their technical skills and enables them to become better leaders.
We cannot ever fully know the future, yet we make decisions and take actions in the face of that uncertainty all the time. And over time, we can gain experience as we reflect on whether our actions have had positive effects or not. Pragmatic American philosopher John Dewey refers to the habit of continually reflecting on and refining our lives as 'practical wisdom'. This presentation will explore how the integration of the humanities with business education can help students at South Dakota State University to develop practical wisdom that complements their technical skills and enables t
Location: New SDSU Cow-Calf Education and Research Facility
Date: April 7, 1:00 pm…lunch provided prior to the sale
More information available here: http://www.sdstate.edu/agriculture-biological-sciences/animal-science/sdsu-annual-bull-sale