Have you ever been in a situation where you have seen something that you know isn’t safe but haven’t known what to do? Green Dot teaches you to be an active bystander because no one has to do everything but everyone has to do something. What’s your Green Dot?
Green Dot is a program that teaches UMBC community members how to be active bystanders, to react to and prevent situations that have the potential for violence and proactively build a culture that does not tolerate violence. Come to this one hour overview session to learn more about Green Dot, why it’s important and skills to make our community safer.
This workshop will be on Wednesday, March 6th, 12:00 pm – 1:00 p.m. in The Commons Room 318
Register by March 4th at: http://www.umbc.edu/training. Get a flyer with details at: http://www.umbc.edu/hr/T&OD/schedule.htm
If you are not able to come to the overview but want more information on Green Dot, please contact Jennifer Treger in Student Affairs: email@example.com or 5-3797.
UMBC Celebrates Diversity: Women’s History Month
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Commons, Main Street
Join the UMBC Celebrates Diversity team to honor and recognize Women’s History Month and pick up your Women’s History Month calendar.
For more details, contact Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UMBC Celebrates Diversity is co-sponsored by OSL’s Mosaic Center, Women’s Center, University Health Services, Chartwells, the UMBC Bookstore, and CommonVision.
Learn about the UMBC Master’s Degree in Public Policy (MPP) at an information session on Monday, March 4, 2013 from 7:00-8:30 pm in Room 438 of the Public Policy Building. Enjoy a light dinner and talk with faculty and current students about the field of public policy, career opportunities, and how to apply to our MPP and combined BA/MPP program. Those interested in the PhD degree are also welcome to attend.
This event is open to students on and off campus. To register, e-mail your name, year and major to Sally Helms (email@example.com).
Learn how to utilize the full range of features included in this web-accessible citation manager. This hands-on workshop will focus on setting up an account, importing and transferring citations, using the Cite While You Write plug-in for Microsoft Word, and managing groups of citations. Open to all students, faculty, and staff. The workshops will take place on Thursday, March 7 and Monday, March 11 from noon to 1 pm, in the AOK Library, room 259.
RSVP to Katy Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-455-3604.
This workshop builds on the material covered in the “Fundamentals of Proposal Preparation” workshop and includes methods for tailoring proposals to meet the specific requirements of the NIH. Topics to be covered include:
- how to make sure that your idea is fundable
- the NIH review process
- the NIH review criteria
- critical questions that must be addressed for an NIH proposal to be funded.
A detailed description of how to write each part of the proposal will be given.
The workshop will take place on Friday, March 8 from 12 noon until 3 pm, in University Center, room 312.
Seats are limited. Please register by March 5, 2013 at: