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AUGUST Week 4 | Week 5

2018 Student Leadership Symposium (Bronze)
Thursday, August 23, 10:15 – 2:30 pm | MacVittie College Union Ballroom
Signing-up for this GOLD workshop will confirm your registration for the 2018 Student Leadership Symposium on Thursday, August 23. The symposium will begin with a full course brunch followed by our guest speaker Josh Rivedal on "Asking for Help in Difficult Times," facilitated breakout group session with staff/faculty related to the theme, a closing session with Josh Rivedal and Vice President Bonfiglio, and opportunities to meet and get acquainted with other student leaders. Please note that the symposium only includes one meal (brunch at 10:30 am). Informal dress is appropriate and attire representing your department/organization is encouraged. Student Association will be providing complementary t-shirts as a thank you for participating in the program.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

AUGUST Week 5 | Week 4

Leadership Concepts (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Tuesday, August 28, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Everyone has an opinion about leaders and what constitutes effective leadership. Everyone can be a leader and most of us will be called upon to lead at one time or another. Start or continue your leadership journey with this introductory session to the GOLD program and to the fascinating world of leadership concepts, myths, and possibilities. Within this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in a variety of activities ranging from self-reflection on what leadership means to identifying which leadership philosophies of historical as well as contemporary leaders. The instructor will explain the nature and purpose of the GOLD program, the requirements for completion of the various certificates, and will guide participants through a foundational understanding of leadership.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

Leadership Concepts (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Wednesday, August 29, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Everyone has an opinion about leaders and what constitutes effective leadership. Everyone can be a leader and most of us will be called upon to lead at one time or another. Start or continue your leadership journey with this introductory session to the GOLD program and to the fascinating world of leadership concepts, myths, and possibilities. Within this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in a variety of activities ranging from self-reflection on what leadership means to identifying which leadership philosophies of historical as well as contemporary leaders. The instructor will explain the nature and purpose of the GOLD program, the requirements for completion of the various certificates, and will guide participants through a foundational understanding of leadership.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

Leadership Concepts (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Wednesday, August 29, 2:00 – 3:00 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Everyone has an opinion about leaders and what constitutes effective leadership. Everyone can be a leader and most of us will be called upon to lead at one time or another. Start or continue your leadership journey with this introductory session to the GOLD program and to the fascinating world of leadership concepts, myths, and possibilities. Within this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in a variety of activities ranging from self-reflection on what leadership means to identifying which leadership philosophies of historical as well as contemporary leaders. The instructor will explain the nature and purpose of the GOLD program, the requirements for completion of the various certificates, and will guide participants through a foundational understanding of leadership.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

Leadership Concepts (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Thursday, August 30, 2:30 – 3:30 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union 114
Everyone has an opinion about leaders and what constitutes effective leadership. Everyone can be a leader and most of us will be called upon to lead at one time or another. Start or continue your leadership journey with this introductory session to the GOLD program and to the fascinating world of leadership concepts, myths, and possibilities. Within this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in a variety of activities ranging from self-reflection on what leadership means to identifying which leadership philosophies of historical as well as contemporary leaders. The instructor will explain the nature and purpose of the GOLD program, the requirements for completion of the various certificates, and will guide participants through a foundational understanding of leadership.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

Leadership Concepts (Bronze) *Required Workshop
Friday, August 31, 1:00 – 2:00 pm | GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union 114
Everyone has an opinion about leaders and what constitutes effective leadership. Everyone can be a leader and most of us will be called upon to lead at one time or another. Start or continue your leadership journey with this introductory session to the GOLD program and to the fascinating world of leadership concepts, myths, and possibilities. Within this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in a variety of activities ranging from self-reflection on what leadership means to identifying which leadership philosophies of historical as well as contemporary leaders. The instructor will explain the nature and purpose of the GOLD program, the requirements for completion of the various certificates, and will guide participants through a foundational understanding of leadership.
Instructor: Nick Palumbo - Interim Director of Leadership and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Bronze Certificate Credit]

SEPTEMBER Week 2 | Week 4 | Week 5

School of Business Orientation (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Tuesday, September 4, 7:00 – 8:15 pm | Newton 214
The Director of Student Services for the School of Business will provide an Orientation to the School of Business. At this orientation we will go over our curriculum and programs, admissions to the School of Business, graduation requirements, the professional development program, experience, networking, along with other important content. This event is mandatory for admissions to the School of Business.
Instructor: Del Brown - Director of Student Services, School of Business
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

School of Business Orientation (BusinessLeadership) *Required Workshop
Wednesday, September 5, 2:30 – 3:45 pm | Newton 204
The Director of Student Services for the School of Business will provide an Orientation to the School of Business. At this orientation we will go over our curriculum and programs, admissions to the School of Business, graduation requirements, the professional development program, experience, networking, along with other important content. This event is mandatory for admissions to the School of Business.
Instructor: Del Brown - Director of Student Services, School of Business
[Register for BusinessLeadership Certificate Credit]

Knight's First Day of Service (Diamond)
Saturday, September 8, 8:00 – 1:30 pm | Location: MacVittie College Union Ballroom
The Knight's First Day of Service is open to new students and transfers. Students will be assigned to work in groups helping community agencies with multiple service projects. You will arrive in the MacVittie Union Ballroom at 8:00 am for snacks and a t-shirt and then be released to the various service projects. A free lunch at the Geneseo Interfaith Center will follow the service projects.
Instructor: Garth Freeman - Coordinator of Student Leadership, Volunteerism and Service, Center for Community
[Register for Diamond Certificate Credit]

SEPTEMBER Week 4 | Week 2 | Week 5

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Tuesday, September 18, 5:00 – 5:50 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]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Wednesday, September 19, 2:30 – 3:20 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: Librarian Milne Library
[Register for Onyx Certificate Credit]

SEPTEMBER Week 5 | Week 2 | Week 4

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Monday, September 24, 7:00 – 7:50 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]

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Wednesday, September 26, 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]

OCTOBER Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Tuesday, October 2, 4:30 – 5:20 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]

OCTOBER Week 2 | Week 1 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Friday, October 12, 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]

OCTOBER Week 3 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 4 | Week 5

Plagiarism (Onyx)
Monday, October 15, 5:00 – 5:50 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]

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]

OCTOBER Week 4 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 5

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]

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]

OCTOBER Week 5 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4

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]

NOVEMBER Week 1

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]


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