Staff Development Day on Wednesday July 27, 2016 Includes Climate Action Sessions

Annual seminar for professional development includes two sessions on climate issues and how staff can take action...

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Our Rapidly Warming Climate: What is Going On and What Can We Do About It
This session will provide an overview of the causes of climate change and how our changing climate is altering the world around us. Examples of what Cornell is doing to address climate change will be shared along with what we can all do in our workplace and beyond.

Where: Clark Hall, Room 294G
2 attendance options: Wednesday July 27th, 12pm OR 3pm
Presenters: Michael P. Hoffmann Executive Director, Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture and Sarah Brylinsky, Sustainability Communications & Integration Manager, Energy & Sustainability


Full Staff Development Day Schedule
Resource Showcase: 9 am – 2 pm , Clark Atrium
Concurrent Workshops: 9 am – 4 pm, Physical Sciences Building and Clark Hall

Click here for full schedule and details.

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No registration is required!

Take advantage of a day of free workshops and services tailored just for Cornell staff!

Drop by the resource showcase, including educational, networking and volunteer opportunities, 9 am – 2 pm

Have your resume reviewed by a Cornell Career Services professional.

Come for a one-of-a-kind opportunity to practice interviewing in a mock interview.

Or choose from more than 30 informative workshops held throughout the day, including "What’s Next? Strategies for Successful Career Change After 50," "Getting Answers to Your Career Questions Through Informational Interviewing" and "Retirement 201 – Help Make Sure Your Retirement is Ready When You Are," as well as many others that can help you be more effective in your current position and as you look to the future.

Click here to see all sustainability events on the Cornell Calendar

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