S&E Person to Person: June 2022

We have compiled a list of staff who have accepted different positions and assignments across the division in June 2022. Congratulations to everyone who has joined the division or accepted a new position!

View the Students and Enrolment Person to Person for June 2022.

Student Staff Spotlight

One of our divisional goals in Helping Ravens Soar is to improve students’ employability outcomes, and many Students and Enrolment (S&E) teams provide meaningful employment opportunities for students. Student professionals contribute immensely to the exceptional work done across the S&E Division, and this series is intended to showcase examples of how our student staff support important projects, programs and services, while gaining valuable employability skills.

In this spotlight, we interviewed Aidan Donnelly to find out more about her position in the Research, Education, Accessibility and Design (READ) Initiative. Aidan shares details of her role and its positive impact on her academic and career trajectory. Read the full interview on the Student Support Intranet.

Student Development Theory in Higher Education

Registration is open for the Student Development Theory in Higher Education Workshop, taking place online Thursday, July 28, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The workshop will introduce the topic of student development theory and its application in higher education. It will provide participants with an overview of several student development theories, as well as an opportunity to reflect on how they can help students with their own development. Register through Learning and Professional Development in Carleton Central.

Join a Summer Fitness Class

Reach your health and fitness goals this summer with Carleton Athletics! Check out popular classes like Women’s Strength Training, Functional Fitness and Muay Thai or pick a new favourite! Late summer (July/August) classes start in mid-July. Visit the Athletics website to register today.

Registration for Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate Fall Cohorts

Registration is now live for the fall 2022 cohorts of the Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate. This certificate addresses anti-Indigenous racism in Canada, institutional anti-indigenous racism and education, Indigenous student experiences and the Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement, and practicing allyship and righting relations. Each workshop is three hours in length, for a total of 12 hours throughout the term. To register, please visit Learning and Professional Development in Carleton Central.

You’re Invited to Carleton’s 10th Anniversary Throwback Celebration

Join us to network, reminisce and reconnect with the Carleton community at Throwback 2022! From Saturday, September 17 to Sunday, September 25, 2022, celebrate our shared past, present and future with alumni, donors and community members at Throwback: Carleton University’s annual Homecoming celebration. Enjoy family-friendly and community-building events, spirited challenges, targeted discussions and much more.

Special HotSpot Parking Permit

To support flexible work arrangements, Parking Services is pleased to offer faculty and staff a special daily parking option. A pay-per use daily parking rate of $7 – plus a $2 monthly fee for the HotSpot application – will now be available in parking Lot 5 and Lot 7. In order to exercise this option, existing parking permit holders need to cancel their permit and new permit holders need to set up a parking profile. Please contact Parking Services to subscribe or to obtain further information.

LivingWorks Start: Suicide Prevention Skills Training

LivingWorks Start is a dynamic and interactive online learning experience that teaches life-saving suicide prevention skills in just 90 minutes online. LivingWorks Start is evidence-based and has been proven to improve trainee skills and knowledge, as well as readiness and confidence. To request a free, 60-day license to begin your online learning experience with LivingWorks Start, please contact StudentSupportCertificate@carleton.ca.

Carleton Leader Book Club

The Carleton Leader Community is still accepting registrations for their Online Book Club. Over the summer 2022 term the club will be reading The Lightmaker’s Manifesto: How to Work for Change Without Losing Your Joy by Karen Walrond, with a reflection conversation being held Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at noon. Participation is open to all faculty and staff!

Healthy Workplace Water Drinking Challenge

This July, participate in the Healthy Workplace Water Drinking Challenge. This month-long challenge is designed to encourage you to boost your daily consumption of water. During the Water Drinking Challenge, the goal is to consume eight glasses of water per day. Register and learn more through the Healthy Workplace website.

Student Support Certificate Fall Registration

Registration for fall 2022 Student Support Certificate (SSC) workshops, which will see a return to in person offerings, is now open. The SSC provides growth and development opportunities aligned with the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services’ (CACUSS) Competency Model, and is designed to help faculty and staff at Carleton University enhance their capacity to address student needs.  Register through Carleton Central, or learn more about the Certificate, concentrations and associated workshops on the Student Support Certificate Intranet.

Growth and Professional Development and Opportunities

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