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Wellness Leadership Institute: Smart Money: Your Life, Your Money, Your Choices

This interactive workshop provides activities for students to learn more about themselves and an overview of basic personal financial principles. Dimension of Wellness: Financial Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Stress Management

This interactive workshop gives participants an opportunity to identify their unique stressors, learn about the good and bad effects of stress and how to identify them. Additionally, attendees will discuss specific, manageable tools and tasks to start managing their stress. Workshop provided by Students Advocating for Mental Health Empowerment (SAMHE’s) Peer Educators. Dimension of Wellness: Emotional Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Credit Crash Course

This workshop will cover everything you need to know about credit! Highlights include credit card basics, how to build credit, why credit is important and answering all credit questions. Dimension of Wellness: Financial Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Performance Partnership for Staff

For those new to the Syracuse University Performance Partnership process, this staff session is designed to ensure the process, including both form completion and the subsequent meeting between supervisor and staff member, is productive and effective. The workshop will provide an overview of the staff member’s role in the Performance Partnership process highlighting the tool and resources available, including creating SMART goals that will help advance the initiatives of the department and University.

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Performance Partnership for Supervisors

The Supervisor session is designed to ensure the Performance Partnership process, including both form completion and the subsequent meeting between supervisor and staff member is productive and effective. The workshop will review providing accurate and honest feedback, navigating difficult conversations with employees, communicating performance expectations and creating goals with staff that will help advance the initiatives of the University.

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Performance Partnership for Staff

For those new to the Syracuse University Performance Partnership process, this staff session is designed to ensure the process, including both form completion and the subsequent meeting between supervisor and staff member, is productive and effective. The workshop will provide an overview of the staff member’s role in the Performance Partnership process highlighting the tool and resources available, including creating SMART goals that will help advance the initiatives of the department and University.

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Reflection, Renewal and our New Normal

By reflecting on our experiences of loss and life over the past year, together we will discover a shared sense of renewal, both personally and professionally. Since the onset of COVID-19 all have been impacted, both individually and collectively, and this session will encourage participants to embrace a “new normal” that can spark and sustain fulfillment. This session will explore and guide participants toward: acknowledgment of grief and sorrow as a consequence of loss affirmation of new possibilities in response to times of adversity resistance of temptation to “return to normal” embrace opportunities of our “new normal”

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Alcohol Safety 102

Participants will learn about general information on alcohol use, a variety of strategies for safer alcohol use and how to recognize and respond to alcohol poisoning. Workshop provided by Be Wise Peer Educators. Dimension of Wellness: Physical Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Putting it Bluntly (Cannabis 101)

Participants will receive an introduction to cannabis highlighting its legality, safety, multiple strains and effects. This presentation also introduces the different modes of consumption and topics such as dosage(s), potency and onset. Workshop hosted by Be Wise Peer Educators. Dimension of Wellness: Physical Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Paychecks and Pastabilities

Join the Office of Financial Literacy to learn helpful information and tips about your paycheck! Topics include banking basics, budgeting, financial goal-setting, in addition to W2 and tax education. Dimension of Wellness: Financial Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Clery Disclosure Act

This workshop will provide an overview of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act, which requires colleges and universities to report crime and safety information for their campus communities. It is targeted to Campus Security Authorities, individuals or organizations on campus, or people working and living on campus who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities. Led by Michaele DeHart, Risk Management Director, and Nicole Cooter, Regulatory Compliance Manger, employees will learn what the law requires and how information should be reported.

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Navigating the Sport Industry Post-Pandemic

The Falk College Department of Sport Management’s Emerging Leaders Council (ELC) is proud to present the second season of The Juice. The Juice webinar series was created in 2020 and is dedicated to supporting, promoting, and encouraging professional development and social interaction among young professionals in the sports industry. Experienced professionals will engage in dialogue, offer guidance in professional development, and answer questions submitted by students. This year’s The Juice: Coming to You Live! webinar series is a chance for young professionals to hear from employers as they reopen their doors and host events – in person! – once again after COVID-19 rocked the world. The two webinars will be held via Zoom in July and August. The Juice Season II, Part 2 – August 11, 12pm This session will focus on the current state of the sport and entertainment world from the global event space. Moderated by Aramark Sports and Entertainment Director of Growth Ian McFate ’08, join industry professionals as they discuss the new world of sponsorships, hosting events for the first time since the pandemic cancelled them the year before, and managing brands/talent heading into a “new” era of entertainment. Panelists: Alyssa Wood (SPM ’15) is the Director of Sponsorship Strategies and Activation at MKTG, where she is responsible for amplifying sports sponsorships for major brands such as AT&T, Avis, Liberty Mutual, DIRECTV, FedEx, Jack in the Box, and IBM. Her passion lies in helping brands utilize fan passion to influence consumer behavior. Jim Geant (SPM ’13) is the Senior Manager for Business Development and Strategic Partnerships at New York Road Runners, where he manages multi-million-dollar partnerships around the TCS New York City Marathon and the organization’s other road-racing events. Geant works with partners on activations, broadcast integrations and multi-platform marketing as well as with the business development team on sales strategy and contract negotiation. Hugo Marsans (SPM ’19) is the Partnerships Manager at Culture Group, Southeast Asia’s leading pop-culture marketing agency. Marsans collaborates and builds programs with established and emerging brands at the intersection of music, gaming and entertainment. His previous experiences include stints at Relevent Sports and Endeavor. Kate Ruben (SPM ’15) is the newly appointed Manager of Sports Partnerships for CLEAR. She spent the past four years with The Montag Group as their Chief of Staff and Director of Brand Development, where she oversaw branding across all verticals: talent speakers, consulting, content development, and media strategy.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Be Well SU

A healthy mind, body, spirit and community helps you thrive inside and outside the classroom. During this presentation, learn about on-campus resources and how to Be Well. Dimension of Wellness: Intellectual Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Smart Money: Game of Life

This workshop will cover everything you need to know about credit! Everything from credit card basics, how to build credit, why credit is important, and answering all your credit questions. Dimension of Wellness: Financial Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Wellness Leadership Institute: Relationships and “Situationships”

What is cuffing season? How long is it? How can you be healthy during it? This discussion based program gives students the opportunity to explore the different points of view around the idea of cuffing season. Following, participants will be able to define cuffing season and incorporate aspects of healthy relationships into their definition. Workshop hosted by Peer Educators Encouraging Healthy Relationships and Sexuality (PEEHRS). Dimension of Wellness: Social Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.

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Building Awareness and Confidence in using Pronouns & Preferred Names

This workshop will provide an overview and primer on the role of pronouns and preferred names as part of LGBTQ inclusion and cultural sensitivity.  Learn more about why they are important, in a safe workshop space with open dialogue. Workshop topics include: The history of Preferred Names and Pronouns The function and role of gender in our lives including terminology and general concepts Practice using gender pronouns in common situations Pronouns and Preferred Names at Syracuse University

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Protecting Minors on Campus

This workshop is designed to strengthen the safety of minors invited to campus. During this 60 minute presentation, Sarah Ross Cappella, Youth Program Compliance Coordinator, Risk Management, will be covering the following points: Registering Programs – who needs to and how is it done Background Checks – who, what and how Training – university policy, the law and how to report suspected incidents Mandatory Reporting Guidelines

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Critical Issues for College Families

A panel presentation about critical issues facing today’s college students. Topics include mental health, alcohol and other drugs, sexual and relationship violence, and hazing. Learn about where students may find support and resources about these issues.

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This Is Us: Challenges and Opportunities of a Diverse Student Community

Panelists will provide families with a broad overview of the diversity of Syracuse University (demographics), inclusion (support services and resources), community (ways students can engage one another) and equity (the opportunities the university provides to bridge the gaps of disparity and underrepresentation).

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ECS | Family Welcome

Join ECS Dean, J. Cole Smith, Associate Dean Dr. Sinead Mac Namara, and other ECS Faculty for a virtual welcome event.

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