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Welcome to the CPS Monday Message - an enewsletter from the UW-Stevens Point College of Professional Studies Dean's Office.

Remembering Melvin Laird

Laird "Our nation has lost a statesman of great stature, a dear friend to many and a champion of students." The university and community reacts to the passing of Melvin Laird. Read More

UWSP part of honored nursing program

BSNAn online nursing bachelor’s degree completion program offered through a collaboration among six University of Wisconsin System universities including UW-Stevens Point has been honored by the University Professional and Continuing Education Association. Read More

Culver's co-founder visits SBE

CulverCulver's co-founder Craig Culver spent time with our students at Thursday's View from the Top SBE Event. He has been in the restaurant industry since the age of 11, including nearly four years at a McDonald's where he learned the ropes. Read More

Pointers visit the Packers

LambeauStudents from the School of Business & Economics spent an afternoon at Lambeau Field Nov. 7. They heard from a member of the Green Bay Packers front office talk about the business side of the NFL and watched a live taping of the "Packers Live with Larry McCarren" TV show with special guest Packers safety Morgan Burnett. View Photos

Volleyball All-Americans from CPS

VolleyballCongrats to CPS student-athletes and UW-Stevens Point volleyball seniors Kelly Cefalu (business administration-marketing) and Bri Piepenbrok (athletic training) who were named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III All-America honorable mention team. Read More

Williams's new book highlights travels

BookEmeritus Professor of Interior Architecture Patricia Williams has a new book of poetry out about her travels called "The Portside of Shadows: Poems of Travel – Inner, Outer and Uncharted Places." Read More

#MannequinChallenge in the lab

ChallengeIt's the latest craze to hit social media! The #MannequinChallenge has struck the UW-Stevens Point Health and Human Performance Lab. Watch Video

CPS alumni updates

  • SchesslerHealth promotion/wellness graduate Renee Lynn Schessler '16 shares how an internship at Aspirus helped prepare her for a future career.
  • Four alumni were a part of an SBE Events panel for "Career Roundtable: Sales" Nov. 14 and provided valuable tips on cold calling, networking and commission/salary.
  • Patty Zemke, M.S. '00, a teacher in the Wausau School District, was named Health Education Teacher of the Year by the Wisconsin Health and Physical Education (WHPE) Association.
  • Steve Jones '02 coaches Kimberly High School football team to 56th straight win and fourth WIAA title in a row.

Diversity Task Force: Inclusivity Tip #4

The recent presidential election has heightened our opportunity for conversation with students on issues of diversity. The CPS Diversity Taskforce shares information in support of an inclusive college. UW Extension has provided some excellent resources you can utilize in your classrooms.
 
On a campus note, several outstanding events are taking place. The chancellor is holding listening sessions with students, faculty and staff. Diversity Council is starting listening sessions for the campus once a month, starting in December. The search for a director of the Center of Inclusive Teaching and Learning is nearing completion.  

CPS is a family. Like all families we don’t always agree, but we’re there for one another and for that we can be thankful. As we break to celebrate Thanksgiving, may we continue to look for ways to support all of our family members in the college and on campus.

Contact CPS Diversity Task Force

Marty's Message

by guest writer Kristi Roth

It is an exciting time in the Center for Collaborative and Interactive Technologies (CCIT). We now have a lightboard, which allows users to write on glass while recording a presentation and it looks like they are writing in the air. See a demo and ideas for use.
 
We also recently adopted a robot! This robot can be controlled by anyone, from anywhere. Watch Dean Loy as he took the robot for its first outing into Joan North Place where he rolled around and talked to students. This can be great for remote or place-bound students or class guests. Please help us name our robot by suggesting names on our Facebook page or Twitter with #UWSProbot.
 
We also encourage you to check out our green screen. Prof. Mary Jae Kleckner discovered this is a great tool for an oral communication assignment and the Department of World Languages and Literatures is using it to engage its students in language practice.
 
Stop by the CCIT or send me an email to explore these and many more engaging tools for innovative instruction.
 
Kristi Roth, Ph.D.,
Director of Technology Innovation in Teaching and Learning

 


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