Category: Training

UF certificate in multicultural mentoring

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The UF Office of the Provost, the UF Office of the Chief Diversity Officer, and the International Mentoring Association — in consultation with the Clinical and Translational Science Institute Mentor Academy — are offering a three-part series that provides UF faculty and staff tools for effective multicultural mentoring. Participants who take all three live sessions […]


Join the Stronger Together guided book club

Stronger Together

UF Training & Organizational Development is facilitating a guided book club reading of The Racial Healing Handbook by Anneliese A. Singh, Ph.D., LPC, for interested faculty and staff.  The book club is part of Stronger Together, a racial justice education initiative. The Racial Healing Handbook aims to take you on a journey of healing from racism. The group will […]


Virtual exchange training applications due May 7

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The virtual exchange training program helps faculty design and incorporate virtual international content and communication activities into existing courses. Through virtual exchange, UF faculty can connect their classes with students and faculty abroad to collaborate on assignments, acquire global perspectives on a given discipline and develop intercultural competence skills. UF faculty and staff with educational […]


UF Academy, ALAP application deadline approaching

Faculty and staff are encouraged to apply for the 2021-2022 UF Academy and Advanced Leadership for Academics and Professionals (ALAP) programs by April 30. Applications for the Managers Cohort, which is offered as a supplemental program for those completing the Supervisory Challenge, will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For the academic year 2021-2022, ALAP […]


Summer training registration leadership program applications now open

With summer just around the corner, UF Training and Organizational Development has released its new schedule of training courses that cover topics including business communications, compliance training, racial justice awareness and more. The summer calendar runs from May through August. Faculty and staff are also invited to apply for the 2021-2022 UF Academy and Advanced Leadership for […]


Tune in for expert-led sessions throughout Financial Literacy Week

Financial Literacy

Throughout the week of April 5, improve your financial literacy and develop healthier financial habits by participating in one or more sessions in our Financial Literacy Series. All webinars are free and will be held via Zoom. Learn what you can do to maximize your retirement savings, discover the fundamentals of investing, find strategies on […]


Stronger Together: Promoting racial justice through awareness and action

Stronger Together

This February, UF Training & Organizational Development launched Stronger Together, a professional development initiative that addresses racial justice. Stronger Together provides UF faculty and staff with the opportunity to participate in a series of conversations and educational offerings designed to better understand and address racism and bias and help promote racial justice at the individual, […]


Explore AI applications in two upcoming NVIDIA-taught workshops

In partnership with NVIDIA, UF is offering two workshops this spring to support applications of artificial intelligence throughout the university. Both will be led by NVIDIA trainers and feature a hands-on approach to learning how to leverage AI and accelerated computing tools. The workshops require a registration fee, and NVIDIA course certificates are awarded upon […]


Connect with fellow UF professionals at CxUF conference

This May, join your UF colleagues at Connected by UF, or CxUF, a free, virtual two-day conference that will provide impactful professional development for financial, human resources, research and academic professionals. Participants will share successful and innovative business and leadership strategies and explore ways to work more efficiently. CxUF is geared towards UF business and […]


Final session in Multicultural Mentoring series this Thursday

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The Certificate in Multicultural Mentoring provides UF faculty and staff with tools for effective multicultural mentoring. Each session stands alone and can be attended without having participated in the previous session(s). The program is offered by the UF Office of the Provost, the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer and the International Mentoring Association, in […]


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