AP Assembly Curriculum Schedule

Formalized training and workshops are offered to faculty and staff of Oakland University only. To enroll in a course, click on the ENROLL button for the course you are interested in and then type in the requested information. Your request will then be logged into the training enrollment database.

Courses currently being offered are listed below. To go straight to the dates and times for a course, click on the course name. Note that some courses are not offered on a regular basis and may only occur a few times a year.

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Easy Digital Organization Strategies to Increase Your Efficiency

Please bring a device (laptop/tablet) with you to this session.

This hands-on workshop will provide an overview of the wide variety of tools available through Google’s G-Suite and will also cover Trello, a project management tool.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
  • Use multiple Google tools to organize email, calendar events, and learning materials.
  • Use the cloud to store and organize files.

    Requirements: Please bring a device (laptop/tablet) with you to this session.
  • Thu, August 1, 2019, 1:30 - 3 p.m.
    6 O'Dowd Hall Room 203 [ENROLL]
    Everyday Bias
    Grounded in self-reflection the Everyday Bias course enables participants to examine how experiences and identities shape their biases. Participants develop awareness of their first impressions that can lead to biased decision-making in the workplace.

    Participants will:
  • Explore how bias functions in the brain and its impact on decision making
  • Examine how experiences and identities shape our biases
  • Develop the ability to closely inspect our first impressions for bias
  • Mon, August 19, 2019, 9 - 11 a.m.
    29 O'Dowd Hall Room 478 [ENROLL]
    Tue, September 10, 2019, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    28 O'Dowd Hall Room 478 [ENROLL]
    Mon, December 9, 2019, 9 - 11 a.m.
    27 O'Dowd Hall Room 478 [ENROLL]
    Negotiation Skills for Women
    Description: Women tend to ask for less than their male counterparts and the consequences of this difference can add up to be a serious disadvantage over the course of a woman’s career. In this interactive workshop with Rena Seltzer (President, Leader Academic), attendees practice thinking expansively about what can be requested and learn strategies used by the most successful negotiators.

    After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the benefits of choosing to negotiate and the risks of failing to do so
  • Recognize the abundance of negotiable opportunities
  • Select approaches that mitigate biases against female negotiators
  • Differentiate between positions vs. interests
  • Prepare for negotiations by planning both strategically and emotionally
  • Fri, September 27, 2019, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    14 Oakland Center - Ballroom C [ENROLL]
    Overcoming Imposter Syndrome - You Don't Have to Fake It, You've Made It
    Description: Women and other individuals with marginalized identities experience imposter syndrome in academic medicine, despite their high performance and success. This session, facilitated by Dr. Jaime Hope, will help participants identify and recognize the signs and potential triggers of imposter syndrome and provide actionable steps to combat this issue for practitioners, colleagues, and students.

  • Recognize the signs of imposter syndrome.
  • Identify the common triggers of the imposter feelings.
  • Employ actionable steps to overcome these symptoms.
  • Demonstrate how to support colleagues and learners suffering from lack of confidence and imposter syndrome.
  • Wed, September 25, 2019, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    29 O'Dowd Hall Room 110A [ENROLL]
    Strategies for APs - Working with Students with Disabilities
    Description: This session will provide an overview of the Disability Support Services office, including overall services provided and statistics regarding registered students. Additionally, learn about strategies related to working with and supporting students with disabilities. Presented by Sarah Guadalupe
    Tue, August 20, 2019, 10 - 11:30 a.m.
    27 Elliott Hall Room 224 [ENROLL]