Employee Development and Training

Employee Development And Training

EDT's 1997-98 catalog of programs and services will be sent to campus career employees the second week of September. The classes listed below are being offered during September.

For details on these classes, check the EDT web site,

  • Macintosh-File Maker Pro 2.0/2.1: Fundamentals. Sept. 10. Call IST, User and Account Services, 642-7355.

  • PC-Powerpoint 4.0-Fundamentals. Sept. 17. Call IST, User and Account Services, 642-7355.

  • Managing and Mediating Conflict: For Managers and Supervisors. Sept. 24. Call the Staff Ombuds Office and EDT, 642-8134.

CARE Services

For information or to enroll, call 643-7754.

  • Elder/Adult Dependent Care-givers Support Group. Sept. 3, noon-1 p.m.

    This continuing group is for faculty and staff who are providing assistance to an adult in their lives. New participants are welcome.

  • Support Group for Employees Returning From a Disability Leave. Thursdays, Sept. 4-Oct. 2, noon-1 p.m.

    This group is being formed to provide additional support to employees who have recently returned to work in the aftermath of an extended disability.

  • African-American Support Group. Tuesdays, Sept. 9-Oct. 28, noon-1 p.m.

    This support group provides the opportunity to dialogue with others, sharing feelings, frustrations, concerns and conflicts.

  • Dementia: Impact on the Family. Sept. 12, noon-1:30 p.m. (including optional 30-minute discussion). Tang Center, Class of '42 Room. No enrollment required.

    Dementia causes significant changes in family life, and can result in intense physical and emotional stress for the family caregiver. Physician Elizabeth Edgerly of the Alzheimer's Association will discuss the issues faced by caregivers of dementia patients.


For information or to enroll, call Health*Matters at 643-4646.

  • Smoke No More. Sept. 10-Oct. 29, noon-1 p.m. Understand your smoking habit and its health effects, identify what "triggers" your smoking and how to cope and learn new, healthy behaviors to live as a non-smoker.


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