Registration Open for Leadership & Management Development Conference

The Leadership and Management Development Conference will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022, at Union South. The conference is designed for anyone who would…

Student Employment Supervisor Series Begins

The Student Employment Supervisor Series: Lead, Develop, Grow will begin on September 20, 2022, and will meet on the third Tuesday of every month at…

Retreat Looks at Reducing Linguistic Bias in Education

The Teaching Academy will host a hybrid Fall Retreat, with in-person sessions held at Gordon Commons and virtual sessions held via Zoom, on Friday, Sept.

University Roundtable Offers Lunchtime Learning

The University Roundtable will be hosting monthly luncheons featuring speakers from the UW‒Madison community. All programs will be held in Varsity Hall at Union South…

Session Looks at First-Person Stories of Leading Change and Lessons Learned

The Office of Strategic Consulting is hosting a free professional development session on Leading Successful Change: Lessons from “Bending Granite” on Thursday, Sept. 8 from…

Session Looks at How Info Sources Affect Attitudes about Women’s Rights

Michael Wagner, professor of journalism and mass communication at UW‒Madison, will present a session on Women’s Rights, Democratic Attitudes, and Information in the 2022 Midterm…

New Professional Development Series

The Office of Strategic Consulting is offering new professional development opportunities this fall, including Ignite: Fueling Organizational Excellence and In Scope: Managing Projects…

Leadership and Management Development Call for Proposals

The annual Leadership and Management Development Conference will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Union South. Those who are interested in presenting at the…

Courses Develop Personal Leadership Skills

Fully Prepared to Lead is a competency-based professional development program available to UWMadison employees at no cost. Participants can choose the courses that work best…

The Discussion Project Accepting Applications for New Courses

The Discussion Project is a professional development series designed to strengthen UW–Madison’s capacity to create welcoming, engaging, and academically rigorous classroom environments by better engaging…