This category includes a variety of courses designed to review specific and trending topics and training needs within the university.
An important part of recruitment for faculty and staff positions is dispositioning the candidate pool during the initial review process. This class will demonstrate how to disposition candidates, and functionality in the system for ease in the process.
- Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Each year private foundations give away $40 BILLION in grants. The Office of Foundation Relations has helped RIT secure $30 million in grants over the last five years. Come to any one of these sessions to find out how they can help you obtain funding for your work.
This course is specifically designed for people that have not had an opportunity to create a resume in the past or have limited experience in creating a resume. It will share a basic understanding of resume writing and the guidelines associated with composing a resume.
- Monday, September 22, 2014 - 10:00am to 11:00am
In these sessions, you will receive tips to identify, control and prevent ergonomic risk factors at home and at work.
Topics covered include:
- What is Ergonomics?
- Cumulative Trauma Disorders
- Risk Factors
- Ergonomics everyday
Taking time to clean out your paper files is about as exciting as when your mother told you to clean your room. Who has time for that when there are so many projects hanging over your head? Yet, chances are your file cabinets are so full they are about to explode and you’ve restored to stacking and stuffing your paper. On top of that, do you really know what is in all of those files? Take the first step to reclaiming your filing cabinets and learn about how to conduct a successful File Clean Out Day.