Save the Date: FDEC Day, December 13th, noon-2 pm
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Kelley Center Presentation Room
The events of the past several years have made clear the human need for connection in everything that we do personally and professionally. Psychological research consistently highlights the importance of social connectedness in mitigating stress/burnout and optimizing personal and organizational health. Professional collaborations are one way to meet that need and come in many forms, through teaching, service, scholarship, mentorship, and shared interest groups. Join your colleagues at our fall FDEC Day for sessions that explore the different ways you can build meaningful connections with faculty, staff, students, and the community.
Please save the date for our fall FDEC Day to be held December 13th at noon in the Kelley Center Presentation Room (lunch provided). Formal invitation and registration information to follow.
Additionally, if you are part of a professional collaboration that has helped you to build sustaining connections on campus, we would love to invite you to share your experience during this day. Please email email@example.com if you wish to participate.
The FDEC Committee
For more information, contact Jay Rozgonyi / 2416 / firstname.lastname@example.org