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Date: 
Monday, September 7 2020, 01:00 PM
Location: 
ASU-Newport
7648 Victory Blvd.
Newport, AR 72112
United States
Group: 
Program/Department
Join us every Monday 1:00pm to connect with the ASUN campus and community.
 

Fall 2020 Schedule

 
August 24 – Dr. Sandra Massey: Soaring Through the Years of Leadership. Dr. Massey, ASUN Chancellor, will connect us to the triumphs and challenges of a career in leadership as well as how she focused on work/life balance given ever-changing career demands.

 

August 31 – Anita Towne: Stress Management in the New Norm. Anita Towne, ASUN Professional Counselor, will connect us to strategies for remaining calm in this evolving environment and coping skills in the workplace.

 

September 7 – Labor Day Holiday - No meeting

 

September 14 – Dr. Ashley Buchman: Supporting Students Holistically. Dr. Buchman, ASUN Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, will connect us to ASUN’s collaboration with Achieving the Dream with the Holistic Student Support initiative. Holistic student support creates a seamless, personalized, and extensive support experience for all students.

 

September 21 – Traci Burgess: Cultivating the American Dream: Citizenship, the Constitution and Voting. Traci Burgess, ASUN Assistant Professor of History, will connect us to the 75th anniversary of the 19th Amendment focusing on voting, voter rights, and voter registration.

 

September 28 – Chris Cross: Council on Diversity & Inclusion’s I.C.A.R.E Goals. Chris Cross, Career Coach & ASUN’s CDI Chairman, will connect us to the Council’s goals to Identify, Celebrate, Advocate, and Respect Equality.

 

October 5 – Dr. Holly Smith: Breast Cancer Awareness Month – A Survivor’s Journey. Dr. Holly Smith, ASUN Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs will connect us to her journey and advice for navigating one of life’s greatest health challenges.

 

October 12 – Chief Johnathon Tubbs: Sharpening Skills of De-escalation. Chief Johnathon Tubbs, ASUN Campus Police, will connect us to skills for de-escalating anyone, anywhere, anytime. He will focus on the guiding principles that allow individuals to remain in control at all times, support anyone with any issue, and avoid the wrong response that can make the situation worse.

 

October 19 – Dr. Veronica Manning & Ike Wheeler: Introduction to A.C.E. Culture Training. Dr. Veronica Manning, Dean for Leadership & Organizational Development, and Ike Wheeler, Vice Chancellor for Leadership and Community Engagement, will connect us to the new A.C.E Culture training. The previous OZ Principle training has been revamped and restructured to align with ASUN’s institutional values to produce insights into institutional culture and career enhancing goals.

 

October 26 – Adam Adair: Remembering Our Past while Claiming Our Future. Adam Adair, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, and past ASUN Outstanding Alumni, will reflect upon the changes in ASUN since he studied here almost two decades ago, as well as some personal lessons learned that have assisted him on his pathway to leadership in the very place where his educational journey began.

 

November 2 – Lori Hutton, Stephanie Wilson, & Candace Gross: Bridges Out of Poverty. Lori Hutton, Assistant Professor of English; Stephanie Wilson, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; and Candace Gross, Dean for Admissions and College Engagement, will connect us to the Bridges Out of Poverty training. Bridges Out of Poverty provides concrete tools and strategies for a community to prevent, reduce, and alleviate poverty.

 

November 9 – Jeff Bookout: My Journey As A Veteran. Jeff Bookout, Vice Chancellor for Workforce and Economic Initiatives, will connect us to a broader celebration of Veteran’s Day as well as valuable lessons he learned from his two decade military career that have assisted him in his present leadership role.

 

November 16 – Kristine Penix: Career Coaches – Bridging the Gap between High School and College. Kristine Penix, Director of Workforce Initiatives, will connect us to the Career Coach Program and the valuable role they serve in reaching students in participating high schools.

 

November 23 – Dr. Veronica Manning: Creating Magic: The Disney Approach. Dr. Veronica Manning, ASUN Dean for Leadership & Organizational Development, will connect us to 10 common sense leadership principles taught at the world-renowned Disney Institute.

 

December 7 – Dr. Sandra Massey: Reflections of a Successful Career. Dr. Sandra Massey, ASUN Chancellor, will connect us to her thoughts of an amazing career as she embarks on her most exciting journey of all; retirement.