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OCTOBER Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5

All College Hour Speaker Series: Refugee Tales - Art, Activism and Ending Detention (Opal)
Wednesday, October 17, 2:30 – 3:45 pm | MacVittie College Union Ballroom
David Herd and Anna Pincus are the co-organizers of Refugee Tales, a walk in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Detainees. As an outreach project of Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group, the project is inspired by the experiences of those held in immigration detention at Gatwick. Herd and Pincus work directly in collaboration with those who have experienced the UK asylum system. Through that sharing of other people’s tales, the project seeks to communicate experiences of migration and make visible indefinite detention.
Instructor: Fatima Rodriguez Johnson - Assistant Dean of Students for Multicultural Programs & Srvs, Center for Community
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]

Being Prepared for Advisement Meetings (Bronze) or (Onyx)
Wednesday, October 17, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | MacVittie College Union, Room 322/323
Meeting with your faculty adviser is about more than just picking classes. Your adviser is a guide to your academic career at Geneseo and to your field of study. Join us to learn more about how to best use faculty advising and to prepare for your upcoming appointment.
Instructors: Willie McLellan - Academic Peer Mentor, Office of the Dean of Academic Planning; Morgan Hernandez - Academic Peer Mentor, Office of the Dean of Academic Planning
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Wednesday, October 17, 3:30 – 4:20 pm | Milne 104
Students plagiarize for many reasons, including procrastination, panic, and lack of understanding about how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly. In this workshop taught by librarians, students will discuss plagiarism scenarios, understand the importance of using original ideas and language, and learn how to incorporate paraphrases and quotes into their writing.
Instructor: Librarians Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Candidates Forum (Diamond)
Wednesday, October 17, 7:00 – 8:30 pm | MacVittie College Union Lobby & Ballroom
The Candidates Forum will be moderated by a Dr. Andrew Herman, chair of the Communication Department and Associate Professor. Each candidate will have an opportunity to offer an opening statement, respond to written questions from the audience that will be asked by the moderator, and offer a closing statement. The event will be open to the campus and the Geneseo community. The Livingston County News is cosponsoring this event that will be hosted by our Geneseo Task Force on Voter Engagement and the Center for Community at SUNY Geneseo.
Instructor: Dr. Andrew Herman - Chair & Associate Professor, Communication
[Register for Diamond Certificate Credit]

Working With Those Indefinitely Detained in the UK (Opal)
Thursday, October 18, 11:00 – 12:30 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
The UK is the only country in Europe that detains people indefinitely for immigration purposes. The tyranny of uncertainty about the future destroys the mental health of those detained. This talk describes the challenges of the work, and how one charity has responded at a time when migrants are frequently vilified in the media.
Instructor: Fatima Rodriguez Johnson - Assistant Dean of Students for Multicultural Programs & Srvs, Center for Community
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]

Introduction to Interview Skills [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Thursday, October 18, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | CU 322/323
This workshop is designed for accounting and finance students but will cover basic interviewing skills and is intended for students who have had no interview experience. Through this workshop you will learn the most effective techniques for preparing for interviews, and will gain an understanding about how to present yourself and your skills and a professional manner. Topics covered will include how to research an employer, effectively answer questions about your skills, interests and experience, and which questions are appropriate to ask to learn more about an employer and internship or job opportunity. Basic information on different types of interviews including phone, Skype and behavioral-based interviewing will also be covered.
Instructor: Shanna Lewis - Career Counselor, Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

The Future of Work, the role of technology and automation and life lessons in being successful in the work place. [Business PD Elective] (BusinessLeadership)
Thursday, October 18, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Welles 111
Robert E. Walley is a New York based principal focused on the Regulatory and Capital Markets market place assisting clients to operationalize rules, regulations, and controls. He currently co-leads Deloitte's Risk and Financial Advisory Securities Industry practice. Bob has been a change agent on a number of industry transformation programs including the project office for the consortium of SROs to respond to SEC Rule 613 Consolidated Audit Trail and working with SIFMA and ICI to develop the T+2 industry playbook.
Instructor: Robert Walley - Advisory Principal/Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Reaching 60 credits? It is time to pick a major! (Onyx)
Thursday, October 18, 3:30 – 4:30 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
The College asks students to choose a major by the time they reach 60 credits. Having trouble finding a major that is right for you? Discover what you want to do in preparation for spring. Learn how to declare a major and the resources available to help you choose.
Instructor: Heather Wilhelm Routenberg - Academic Advisor, Dean of Academic Planning & Advising
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Advanced Interview Skills (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Friday, October 19, 9:30 – 10:30 am | Welles 111
Robert E. Murry is the Chief Executive Officer of GCM and is responsible for the management and oversight of risk management, quantitative trading, investor relations, and technology at GCM. He joined GCM in June 2003 and became an Associated Person and Principal of GCM effective June 27, 2003. Mr. Murray received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business with a Finance concentration from SUNY Geneseo in 1983.
Instructor: Robert Murray - Chief Executive Officer, Graham Capital Management
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

A Walk In Solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Detainees (Opal) or (Diamond)
Friday, October 19, 12:30 – 4:00 pm | Village Park (across from Brodie Hall)
Since 2015, the Refugee Tales project has walked in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detainees. The walk is an opportunity to reclaim the landscape by bringing visibility to all forms of detention. In collaboration with David Herd and Anna Pincus, SUNY Geneseo will host its own walk by gathering to understand the experiences of migration and indefinite detention.
Instructors: Fatima Rodriguez Johnson - Assistant Dean of Students for Multicultural Programs & Srvs, Center for Community; Garth Freeman - Coordinator of Student Leadership, Volunteerism and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]
[Register for Diamond Certificate Credit]

OCTOBER Week 4 | Week 3 | Week 5

MEDICINE WHEEL 3. Medicines and Shields. (Opal)
Monday, October 22, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | MacVittie College Union Hunt Room
THE MEANING AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MEDICINE WHEEL. This 4-part series will present the teachings of the First People through the eyes of the Lakota Sioux elder, Hyemeyohsts Storm, author of Seven Arrows. This series will link the teachings of the Medicine Wheel to Peace Studies, Interfaith Dialogue, and Jungian psychology. Very short on-line readings will be provided to stimulate discussion. MEDICINE WHEEL 1. Pipe and Circle. (October 1, 2018; College Union 322/323): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 2. Powers and Touching. (October 15, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 3. Medicines and Shields. (October 22, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 4. Names and Stories. (October 29, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm
Instructor: Dr. Lars Mazzola - Instructor, SUNY Geneseo Yoga Club
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]

Writing Resumes and Cover Letters that get you an interview [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Monday, October 22, 4:00 – 5:00 pm | CU 114 Leadership Center
Whether you need a resume and cover letter for part-time work, internships, extracurricular activities, or an upcoming job search you should strive to perfect both documents. Join this workshop to gain practical guidelines on perfecting your professional writing and how to highlight your experiences and be a well rounded candidate on paper.
Instructor: Instructor(s): TBA
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Organize Your Life! A Time Management/Organizational Skills Workshop (Bronze) or (Onyx)
Monday, October 22, 6:00 – 7:00 pm | Niagara Hall Main Lounge
This workshop will give students tips and tricks on how to be more organized and to manage their time more efficiently. We will show them different ways to organize their schedules and give them tools that will help reduce distractions. This workshop will also go over the importance of prioritizing tasks, finding a work place that works the best for them, and note-taking strategies!
Instructors: Kathleen Attea - Academic Peer Mentor, Office of the Dean of Academic Planning; Jackson Tate - Academic Peer Mentor, Office of the Dean of Academic Planning
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Tuesday, October 23, 1:30 – 2:20 pm | Milne 104
Students plagiarize for many reasons, including procrastination, panic, and lack of understanding about how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly. In this workshop taught by librarians, students will discuss plagiarism scenarios, understand the importance of using original ideas and language, and learn how to incorporate paraphrases and quotes into their writing.
Instructor: Librarians Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Job Search Strategies (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Tuesday, October 23, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Welles 111
Adam Gurian is Senior-Vice President, previous experience at Timex in was providing leadership in domestic sales & operations, global distribution and branding, and global marketing. Adam also served as Chief Commercial Officer at Frederick Goldman, Inc. where he was a senior leader of all customer-facing activities of all components involving both the core and luxury business unit portfolios across all channels of distribution. Gurian received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management Science from SUNY Geneseo in 1987.
Instructor: Adam Gurian - Senior Vice-President, Americas at Sequel USA (Timex Group)
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Graduate School Fair (Emerald)
Tuesday, October 23, 5:00 – 7:00 pm | MacVittie College Union Ballroom
Searching for a graduate school? Find the perfect one at the Graduate School Fair! Come to this informative event and meet with over 75 graduate admissions representatives from programs representing: health professions, business, law, education, counseling, social work, life/physical sciences, public administration, engineering, communication, international/global studies, museum studies, and seminary/theology. The Graduate School Fair offers you the opportunity to receive in-depth information about various grad programs, admissions requirements and application procedures in one convenient location right on campus.
Instructor: Administrative Panel
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]

Creating a LinkedIn Account [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Wednesday, October 24, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | CU 114 Leadership Center
In this workshop, you will learn how to create a powerful online presence that will facilitate the achievement of your personal and professional goals. We will discuss how create an effective LinkedIn profile.
Instructor: Instructor(s): TBA
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Thursday, October 25, 6:00 – 6:50 pm | Milne 104
Students plagiarize for many reasons, including procrastination, panic, and lack of understanding about how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly. In this workshop taught by librarians, students will discuss plagiarism scenarios, understand the importance of using original ideas and language, and learn how to incorporate paraphrases and quotes into their writing.
Instructor: Librarians Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Watch and Discuss Movie Girl Rising with the Peace Corps Campus Ambassadors (Opal) or (Diamond)
Thursday, October 25, 6:00 – 9:00 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
In this workshop, you will be watching a film called Girl Rising, a documentary film about the transformative power of education in the lives of girls around the world. From Academy Award-nominated director Richard E. Robbins, Girl Rising follows nine unforgettable girls living in the developing world who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to pursue their dreams. Peace Corps Ambassadors will lead a Q&A and discussion immediately following this inspirational film.
Instructors: Diana Musco - Campus Ambassador, Peace Corps; Margaret King - Campus Ambassador, Peace Corps
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]
[Register for Diamond Certificate Credit]

OCTOBER Week 5 | Week 3 | Week 4

Job Search Strategies [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Monday, October 29, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Learn best practices for searching for a professional position after graduation. This workshop will cover: effective use of Handshake, using LinkedIn as a job search tool, networking as a job search strategy and other useful techniques. Methods of researching and identifying prospective organizations and keeping track of your job search will also be covered.
Instructor: Rob DiCarlo - Associate Director for Internship Opportunities, Office of Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

How to Eat a Plant-based Diet [Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds] (Bronze)
Monday, October 29, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | MacVittie College Union, Room 322/323
Have you been curious about what the plant-based eating movement is all about? What does it mean to eat plant-based anyway? Come to this workshop to learn all about incorporating more whole foods, nutrients, and yes PLANT into your everyday life to have more energy, clearer skin, and better focus. Eating plant-based doesn't mean being a Vegan, but those interested in a Vegan lifestyle will learn a lot as well.
Instructor: Heather Carrera - Nutrition and Wellness Coordinator, Campus Auxiliary Services
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

MEDICINE WHEEL 4. Names and Stories. (Opal)
Monday, October 29, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | MacVittie College Union Hunt Room
THE MEANING AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MEDICINE WHEEL. This 4-part series will present the teachings of the First People through the eyes of the Lakota Sioux elder, Hyemeyohsts Storm, author of Seven Arrows. This series will link the teachings of the Medicine Wheel to Peace Studies, Interfaith Dialogue, and Jungian psychology. Very short on-line readings will be provided to stimulate discussion. MEDICINE WHEEL 1. Pipe and Circle. (October 1, 2018; College Union 322/323): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 2. Powers and Touching. (October 15, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 3. Medicines and Shields. (October 22, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm MEDICINE WHEEL 4. Names and Stories. (October 29, 2018; College Union Hunt Room): 2:30-3:30pm
Instructor: Dr. Lars Mazzola - Instructor, SUNY Geneseo Yoga Club
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Monday, October 29, 3:30 – 4:20 pm | Milne 104
Students plagiarize for many reasons, including procrastination, panic, and lack of understanding about how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly. In this workshop taught by librarians, students will discuss plagiarism scenarios, understand the importance of using original ideas and language, and learn how to incorporate paraphrases and quotes into their writing.
Instructor: Librarians Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

Personal Development Session (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Monday, October 29, 11:58 – 11:59 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Please note that the time for this "workshop" at 11:58 pm is not when you should come to this bronze workshop. This session is one of the four required workshops for the Bronze leadership certificate. The GOLD Leader Mentor volunteer staff members have been trained to assist you in developing a personal plan for participating in the GOLD Program and earning leadership certificates. You need to register for this session just like all other workshops. Make an appointment at the GOLD Leadership Center in MacVittie CU 114, call 245-5884, email gold@geneseo.edu, or use calendly: https://calendly.com/geneseogold/pd The mentor staff is available between 11:00 AM -7:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 11:00 AM -5:00 PM on Fridays.
Instructor: GOLD Leader Mentor Staff
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

NOVEMBER Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 5

Networking 101: How to Make a Lasting Impression [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Thursday, November 1, 4:00 – 5:00 pm | CU 114 Leadership Center
Through this workshop, you will learn what networking is all about: establishing and building professional relationships, and how the more thought and effort you put into networking, the more you will get out of it in the long-run. At this workshop you will learn important networking related skills including: how to introduce yourself through a memorable 20 second elevator pitch, how to successfully navigate networking events including starting conversations and gracefully exiting them. The program will also provide an introduction to online networking and researching companies using LinkedIn and Facebook. Join us for this workshop and you will discover how to leverage networking as a powerful tool in your internship and job searches.
Instructor: SMIF Managers -
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Thursday, November 1, 6:00 – 6:50 pm | Milne 104
Students plagiarize for many reasons, including procrastination, panic, and lack of understanding about how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly. In this workshop taught by librarians, students will discuss plagiarism scenarios, understand the importance of using original ideas and language, and learn how to incorporate paraphrases and quotes into their writing.
Instructor: Librarians Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

What is microaggression? (Silver) or (Opal)
Friday, November 2, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Do you know what microaggression means? Have you experienced microaggressions on-campus and off-campus? What can be done to combat microaggressions? This workshop intends to engage participants in an intensive discussion about microaggressions and how to challenge it. Further, this workshop seeks to educate individuals on how to pinpoint these behaviors in their everyday actions and how to unlearn them. Come and find out in this discussion with students from Professor Caroline Woidat's WGST 310 course: Trinity Hargrave, Morgan Hernandez, Connor Keihl, and Merrin Sardi.
Instructor: Student Organizational Leaders Panel
[Register for Silver Certificate Credit]
[Register for Opal Certificate Credit]

NOVEMBER Week 2 | Week 1 | Week 3 | Week 5

Writing Resumes and Cover Letters that get you an interview [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Tuesday, November 6, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | CU 135 Hunt Room
Whether you need a resume and cover letter for part-time work, internships, extracurricular activities, or an upcoming job search you should strive to perfect both documents. Join this workshop to gain practical guidelines on perfecting your professional writing and how to highlight your experiences and be a well rounded candidate on paper.
Instructor: Instructor(s): TBA
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Job Search Strategies [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Thursday, November 8, 3:00 – 4:00 pm | Hunt Room, MacVittie College Union, Room 135
Learn best practices for searching for a professional position after graduation. This workshop will cover: effective use of Handshake, using LinkedIn as a job search tool, networking as a job search strategy and other useful techniques. Methods of researching and identifying prospective organizations and keeping track of your job search will also be covered.
Instructor: Rob DiCarlo - Associate Director for Internship Opportunities, Office of Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

NOVEMBER Week 3 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 5

Finding an Internship (Emerald) *Required Workshop
Wednesday, November 14, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | CU 322/323
According to national surveys, the number one criteria employers seek in recent hires is prior internship experience. This workshop covers all of the basics of finding that first internship. Popular websites, networking, and College resources are discussed. A brief overview of resumes, cover letters, the application process and college credit will also be discussed.
Instructor: Rob DiCarlo - Associate Director for Internship Opportunities, Office of Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]

Introduction to Yoga [Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds] (Bronze)
Wednesday, November 14, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Onondaga Hall Iroquois Room
Learn how yoga can reduce stress, help with sleep, and improve your overall well-being. We will be practicing some simple yoga exercises so dress in comfortable clothing that will allow you to move.
Instructor: Dr. Beth Cholette - Clinical Director for South Village Counseling Services, Student Health & Counseling
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

NOVEMBER Week 5 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3

Career Exploration [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Tuesday, November 27, 3:00 – 4:00 pm | CU 135 Hunt Room
This workshop will help students better understand the process of career planning. Students will start the workshop by doing a self-reflective activity that will help them discover the qualities and characteristics of their own personality style as well as that of others. Understanding of themself will help them think about what type of career or environment they would like to work in. We would also do an interactive activity where students use planning analysis worksheets and sample job descriptions to plan how they would prepare themselves for that career. They can apply the skills learned in the planning activity to careers that interest them on their own. During the workshop online and on campus career planning resources will also be discussed.
Instructor: Shanna Lewis - Career Counselor, Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

DECEMBER Week 2

Advanced Interview Skills [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Monday, December 3, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | CU 135 Hunt Room
This workshop is intended for students who have attended Career Development's Basic Interviewing Skills workshop or for students with significant interview experience. Attendees need to have a basic understanding of the interview process to attend this workshop. In depth information on behavioral based interview questions, role playing, interview scenarios and salary negotiation will be covered. Pre-employment testing, handling multiple job offers and gracefully declining offers will also be addressed.
Instructor: Rob DiCarlo - Associate Director for Internship Opportunities, Office of Career Development
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Creating a LinkedIn Account [Business PD Event] (Emerald) or (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Thursday, December 6, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | CU 135 Hunt Room
In this workshop, you will learn how to create a powerful online presence that will facilitate the achievement of your personal and professional goals. We will discuss how create an effective LinkedIn profile.
Instructor: Instructor(s): TBA
[Register for Emerald Certificate Credit]
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]


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