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Comics Talk and Comics-related Classes

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a stressful situation for all of us as we try to maintain the appropriate work/life balance during these challenging times. While we continue supporting our students and fellow employees remotely, the lack of daily, social interaction with our colleagues can sometimes take a toll. To try and mitigate some of these effects, and to provide our employees with an enjoyable diversion, the CPDT announces the creation of a new employee discussion group – Comics Talk. Led by Kelly Harrison, these weekly Zoom sessions will be a place to discuss all things superhero. Topics will include comics, film, animated series/cartoons, and pop-culture. Employees can also submit their favorite superhero topic for consideration. Whether you are a seasoned, passionate comics fan or brand new to the topic, there is a place for everyone. Session information is below:

Comics-related CPDT Classes

In addition to the new Comics Talk discussion group, the CPDT will be offering several comics-related classes for employees. These Zoom classes will cover a variety of topics and include:

  • A Brief History of Comics
  • Queer Before it was Cool: The Evolution of Diversity in Comics
  • The Power of Affliction: The Portrayal of Disability in Comics
  • Handbook to Heroic Leadership

Employees can sign up for any of these classes through the CPDT class registration link in myWings.

Clery Act Training

To access the Clery Act Training, click on this link to enroll for the class:


Once you are enrolled, you can enter the class and complete the necessary assignments, of which there are two. 


First, once you are in the class, click on the Assignments link on the left side of the page, then click on the “CSA Clery Video Training” link to access the video.  Please watch the video in its entirety (takes about 15 minutes). 


Once you have watched the video, click on the Quizzes link on the left side of the page, then click on the “CSA Material Review” to complete the quiz.  Once you have completed and passed the quiz, you will have completed the course. 


Title IX Awareness: Do You Know Your IX?

Self-enrollment link:


Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. Sexual harassment, which includes acts of sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX, as is gender-based bullying and hazing.


The University is committed to providing an inclusive environment free from discrimination based on sex and provides a number of resources and services to assist students, faculty and staff in addressing issues involving sex discrimination, including sexual misconduct.


To start the module click on the Assignments link on the left, then click on the "Title IX" link to access and start the module.


After completing the module, please click on the Quizzes link to the left, then click on the "Title IX Training Quiz" link and complete the short quiz.  The course is not considered complete until the quiz is completed and passed.




For questions or additional information, e-mail or call (904) 620-1707.




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