Questioning for Purpose: A Workshop on Career and Life Stage Discernment
Tuesday, Nov. 5,
Wondering what to do next with your life, gift, skills or career? This is a free interactive workshop for those seeking to deeply consider their career and potential life changes. The workshop includes opportunities for self-reflection, journaling, pair-share and guided discussion. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 296-5333. For more information, visit School of Theology and Ministry.
Lunches with Leaders
November 6, 2013
Student Center 210
Join us for lunch and conversation on Wednesday, November 6 from 12:30-1:30 pm in Student Center 210 featuring Rob Nielson. Rob graduated from the Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University. He currently serves as the Vice President in the Seattle office of Jones Lang LaSalle. He specializes in representing locally headquartered and national Puget Sound office tenants for lease renewals, expansions, and consolidations. Rob has over nine years? experience in commercial real estate and is in his seventh year as an exclusive tenant representative. His previous work experience includes working in a privately held investment management firm that specializes in commercial real estate development. Rob also has ten years of not for profit board leadership experience. Most recently, he chaired Crisis Clinic board of trustees. During this lunch, he will be discussing how he came to find his passion and how one can be a humble leader. First 20 to RSVP and arrive will receive a free lunch. RSVP to LEAD@seattleu.edu
Albers Executive Speaker Series
Thursday, Nov. 7,
The Albers School of Business and Economics welcomes Phyllis Campbell as the featured speaker at an Albers Executive Speaker Series. Campbell is vice chairwoman of the Pacific Northwest, JPMorgan Chase. The title of her talk will be ?Leading in the Turbulent Financial Industry.? This event is free and open to the public. An RSVP is not required. For more information, visit Albers or contact Barb Hauke at email@example.com or 296-5732.
Factors Influencing LGBT Self-Advocacy in Health Care Transactions with Michael Huggins
Friday, Nov. 8,
Nursing's Lunchtime Scholar Series returns with Michael Huggins, associate professor of nursing. He will present his research on the relationships among self-advocacy, health locus of control, internalized homophobia and self-stigma in gay males, and the effects of these relationships on satisfaction with health care interaction. Huggins joined the College of Nursing as an associate professor. His Ed.D. is in leadership formation in education. He is nationally board-certified in two areas, as both a family and gerontological nurse practitioner and is a fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. He is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kentucky, where his doctoral program of research explores the stressors on gay men who seek health care.
You are welcome to bring your lunch to this presentation. Light refreshments served. For more information, contact Beth Branchaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Ryan Fallgren
November 4, 2013