To find an event:
-Use the drop-down list to search by category. Then, click on the 'View/Search Events' button.


To register for an event:
-Click on the event title and follow the links to Register. You will use your UW-Stout Username and Password to log into the registration page.


To view past registrations and attendance:
-Click “My Development”. You will use your UW-Stout Username and Password to login.

Questions or comments:
-Cally Henderson via email or ext. 2289


Upcoming Event
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomConquering the Jungle - Understanding and interpreting Access Stout Pages
This session will review standard access pages within UW-Stout’s student information system to help users fully understand the data and information being displayed. At the end of the session, users should feel more empowered to understand and interpret the data available to them. This session is geared toward beginner and intermediate users. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop to follow along; however, it is not required.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomInsights to the Veteran Student
This session will provide you with information about what military culture looks like, experiences and perceptions that veteran or military students bring with them to the college environment, obstacles they can face in higher education, and ways we can better help them achieve their academic goals. We will also discuss some of the education and support programs that are available. All faculty and staff that work with veteran or military students are encouraged to attend.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomBasic First Aid
Officers from University Police will share basic first aid pointers and ideas for you to use in your office, at home, while on vacation and/or travelling. Leave this session knowing the basics of life safety, what to pack in a first aid kit without breaking the bank. Participants will perform some of the basic first aid tips. One lucky person will leave with a travel first aid kit to take home!
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomPurchasing - Understanding the guidelines
Ever wonder how to purchase something you need for your office or classroom? This session will show you how. You’ll leave with a basic understanding of the rules and guidelines UW-Stout is required to follow with regard to purchasing. You’ll learn about mandatory contracts, non-mandatory contracts, bidding thresholds, request for bids/proposals, P-cards, Shop@UW and the processes required to make any of these purchasing methods work for you to get you what you need.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomWorkplace Violence Prevention
Chief Lisa Walter will provide you with an overview of workplace conflict and violence prevention. Chief Walter has done research and training on these topics and has presented as part of several UW Stout staff trainings and programs. You will leave with a knowledge of the four types of workplace conflict, the ability to assess your work area, and incorporate prevention and response techniques.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomMarketing and Branding UW-Stout
Everyone on campus serves as marketer for UW-Stout in some capacity. Therefore, in this session we invite you to learn more about our recently revised branding guidelines and new recruitment campaign. This session will also provide some guidance on how to explain our polytechnic model to various audiences, an overview of marketing services available to you, and reference materials.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomJoe student gets a Job - A walk through the employment process
Follow along with us as we hire our new student employee, Joe. We’ll review the student job types available, and which Joe is eligible for; we’ll walk through the Work Authorization process, and learn how and what forms to complete; the different ways to monitor Joe’s earnings and eligibility, and helpful hints to make the process as smooth as possible.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomStudent Employment 101 - The big picture
This session will cover the broad scope of student employment of campus: Understanding the difference between employment types, focusing on the complexities of the work study program (eligibility, management, budgeting); Job posting and Stout CareerLink; interviewing and student selection. Ideal for new supervisors or as a refresher for experienced staff.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomStudent Employment 102 - The supervisor's survival guide
This session will give current and/or potential student employers some insight into the care, management, and mentoring of their student employee. Managing and communicating with your millennial generation students. Federal regulations and campus policies on Student Employment, and helpful management resources.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomPreserving Departmental Legacy Documents
Learn to preserve your department’s legacy on campus! Heather Stecklein, Archivist in the UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, will offer advice on the disposition of your non-active departmental records. She will explain the mandatory process for records retention in the University of Wisconsin System, and the ways that Archives staff can assist departments with following these standards. The presentation will also describe the difference between materials in records retention and materials appropriate for the University’s permanent archival collections.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple RoomSurplus and Recycling - Don't throw it in the trash!
This session will detail the benefits of the UW-Stout “Surplus Operation” and “Recycling” efforts on campus. Attendees will learn the process for declaring departmental items as “Surplus Property”, claiming items from the “Surplus Store” for reuse on campus, and what happens to the items not claimed for reuse. Attendees will also gain useful information related to on campus recycling and composting processes. After the classroom portion of the program, a walk-through of the “Surplus Store” will be provided for all who wish attend.



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