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The purpose of this session is to educate those who are designated as Building Supervisors of the policies and responsibilities required of them as directed by the Crisis Management Team at UNF.
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Campus Security Authorities, according to the Clery Act, are employees who have “significant responsibility for student and campus activities.”
At UNF, these employees include the following positions (among a number of others)*:
*The full list of CSAs is available from the Office of the Vice President of Student and International Affairs
This session will explain the TracDat
tracking mechanism for Professional Staff to report group community engagement
activities for the 2014-2015 academic year. These community engagement
activities include outreach, volunteering, philanthropy, and immersions. Following the reporting tutorial, attendees
will engage in a discussion about the future of tracking student community engagement
U.S. export control laws not only regulate the export of items from the United States, but also regulate the release of technical data to foreign nationals in the United States. In a university environment, these laws may limit the ability to use foreign national professors, students and other collaborators on certain projects. Further, enforcement is growing including the recent criminal conviction of a University of Tennessee professor.
This course will:
College life can present
particular challenges for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT)
students. Even in the more welcoming environment often associated with higher
education, certain situations can present significant legal, human and ethical
dilemmas for the school. From housing to campus clubs to locker rooms, colleges
and universities need to have policies and personnel to address the needs of
these students and make the experience a positive one.
In today's post "don't
ask don't tell" world, colleges and universities need a clear
understanding of the laws that apply to them regarding their LGBT students.
They should also have the internal policies and procedures in place to foster
an educational environment that serves all students.
Please join Jessica Gabel,
associate professor of law at Georgia State University College of Law, as she
discusses the necessary steps colleges and universities should take to ensure
they deal with LGBT legal and practical issues, develop appropriate policies and
procedures, provide a safe learning environment, handle discipline issues and
limit liability for the school, its administrators and staff.
Intended Learning Outcomes:
The purpose of this online course is to help increase the UNF community's knowledge, awareness, and understanding on how to secure external funding through grants and sponsored programs. UNF grant seekers should be able to:
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In this interactive workshop, participants will be provided with a
quick review of the assessment process, followed by a discussion of the various
types of data that are available to Student Affairs units. Then will then work
together in small groups to identify and select appropriate data sources, both
existing and desired, to assess a given outcome. If you have learning outcomes
or an assessment plan for your unit, please bring it along!
Strategic planning is generally the method organizations use to determine where they are going and how they plan to get there. Contrary to popular opinion, there is actually a method to the madness that can sometimes surround this process. In this session, we will discuss the concepts and theories behind strategic planning, as well as the various components that comprise it. Additionally, participants will have an opportunity to practice several of the skills and activities commonly used as part of the process.
Ever wonder why certain items associated with travel cannot be reimbursed or how you keep your information and data secure on your laptop or smart phone? That and many other travel related questions will be addressed in this session. Join representatives from Financial Systems, the Controller's Office, IT, and Compliance as they facilitate discussions regarding the "how's" and "why's" of international and domestic travel. Items such as export control for international travel, data security for your IT gadgets, questions regarding reimbursements, and information to be coded into the online travel system will be discussed from a compliance perspective in a workshop format.
A Code of Conduct and Ethics is designed to assist employees in determining the right thing to do in certain situations; however, since some situations can include some gray areas, that determination isn’t always easy. In this workshop, general information regarding the UNF Code of Conduct and Ethics, including legal and ethical requirements, will be discussed, along with specifics on how the code affects you as a member of the UNF community.
This hands-on course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to follow established processes and to make appropriate decisions and arrangements for domestic travel. The course will cover the most frequently experienced domestic travel situations and prepare the learner to accurately submit domestic travel documentation, including a Travel Authorization Request and a Voucher for Reimbursement of Travel Expenses. This course serves as the pre-requisite for University International Travel Training.
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