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Introduction to the uc online training 3.5.18

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Introduction to the uc online training 3.5.18

  1. WEBSTER UNIVERSITY CENTER All-Staff Training Introduction to the UC
  2. Purpose of Training  Each module in this online training and every session of in-person training will be focused around one or more of the UC’s four training goals. Please keep these goals in mind as you go throughout training. They are designed for your personal and professional development.
  3. Training Goals - 1 Team Construct  Create and maintain a team-oriented staff environment where all members feel a connection to one another and the group as a whole. Credit: Ryan Bissonnette, Assistant Director of Leadership & Training Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  4. Training Goals - 2 Professional Identity Development  Foster an environment for the professional identity development of each individual staff member creating a standard of accountability, responsibility, empowerment, and respect. Credit: Ryan Bissonnette, Assistant Director of Leadership & Training Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  5. Training Goals - 3 Leadership Identity Development  Develop and empower each staff member toward an individualized leadership model specific to their skills and personality. Credit: Ryan Bissonnette, Assistant Director of Leadership & Training Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  6. Training Goals - 4 Self-Awareness  Provide opportunities for staff members to reflect on themselves, understand their impact, come to terms with their personality traits, and encourage their identity development. Credit: Ryan Bissonnette, Assistant Director of Leadership & Training Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  7. Getting to Know the UC Staff  The UC requires the hard work of many individuals to run effectively. Get to know some of those key people and their primary responsibilities on the following slides.
  8. Who’s Who Katie Knetzer Director Supervises all units within the University Center; directly supervises the Information Center; co-advises the Dining Advisory Board and liaisons with all the departments that utilize and interact with the UC; overall facility and budget management Brett Olson Coordinator of Fitness Center & Aquatics Supervises the pool lifeguards and fitness center attendants; maintains the pool and fitness center facilities; serves as an adjunct faculty member teaching lifeguarding and other water-related classes Brett Jungles Coordinator of Athletic Facilities In addition to serving as the Assistant Baseball Coach, Brett oversees gym scheduling; coordinates scheduling of athletic team practices and games in addition to non-athletic use of the gym; helps to maintain the athletics facilities within the UC
  9. Who’s Who Briana Tomlinson Fitness Center Student Supervisor Assists Brett with the UC Lower Level day-to-day building operations and assumes responsibility for supervision of the Fitness Center Attendants Jonah Munzer Membership Coordinator Manages the processing of all membership forms and materials for the University Center and communicates with patrons regarding their memberships
  10. Who’s Who Colleen Coday Pool Student Supervisor Assists Brett with the Swimming Pool day-to- day operations and assumes responsibility for supervision of the Lifeguards Emma Hurst Swimming Lessons Student Supervisor Assists Brett with the all day-to-day operations of the Swimming Lesson Program and assumes responsibility for supervision of the Swim Lesson Instructors
  11. Who’s Who Abbie Stolzer Information Center Student Supervisor Assists Katie with building operations and assumes responsibility for supervision of the UC Student Building Managers (SBMs), as well as the evening and weekend operation of the University Center; responsibilities include supervision and scheduling of SBMs, coordination of training programs, event support, and general building reservations Niki Harris Information Coordinator Manages the processing of all information forms and materials for the University Center. Madison Watts Reservations Coordinator Assists the Director of the University Center with the management of building reservations and rentals. This includes approving requests, reviewing set-up needs, communicating with patrons and staff, and marketing the availability of rentals.
  12. Organizational Chart Katie Knetzer John Buck, Dean of Students Brett Olson Lifeguards Student Bldg. Mgrs.Brett Jungles Fitness Center Attendants
  13. Beyond the UC  The University Center is part of the Division of Student Affairs at Webster University. We are guided in our work in the UC by the mission of Student Affairs. It’s important to keep yourself informed about Student Affairs as a whole, in addition to the UC.
  14. Student Affairs Mission  Student Affairs challenges and empowers students to be global citizens who act ethically, think critically, and assume responsibility as leaders.
  15. Division of Student Affairs These departments make up the division of Student Affairs:  University Center  Office of Student Engagement  Campus Dining  Counseling and Life Development  Health Services  Housing and Residential Life  First Year Experience & Undergraduate Persistence  Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs  Dean of Students Office  Career Planning and Development Center
  16. Focus of the University Center  The University Center has its own vision and mission. As employees of the UC, it’s important for you to know our vision and mission and consider how they guide your day-to-day work.
  17. University Center Vision Engaging Students Enhancing Campus Enriching Community
  18. University Center Mission  The University Center provides facilities, services and activities that enhance the social, educational and recreational involvement of the campus community.
  19. Responsibilities of the UC  Facility Management  Information Center  Fitness Center  Swimming Pool  Dining Advisory Board  University Center Board
  20. Purpose of the UC  On the next slide, read over the “Role of the College Union” statement from ACUI (Association of College Unions International). The UC strives to serve this role for Webster’s campus through our programs, services, and facilities.
  21. Role of the College Union The union is the community center of the college, serving students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests. By whatever form or name, a college union is an organization offering a variety of programs, activities, services, and facilities that, when taken together, represent a well-considered plan for the community life of the college. The union is an integral part of the educational mission of the college.  As the center of the college community life, the union complements the academic experience through an extensive variety of cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs. These programs provide the opportunity to balance course work and free time as cooperative factors in education.  The union is a student-centered organization that values participatory decision-making. Through volunteerism, its boards, committees, and student employment, the union offers first-hand experience in citizenship and educates students in leadership, social responsibility, and values.  In all its processes, the union encourages self-directed activity, giving maximum opportunity for self-realization and for growth in individual social competency and group effectiveness. Adopted by the Association's general membership in 1996, this statement is based on the Role of the College Union statement, 1956.
  22. Role of the College Union continued The union's goal is the development of persons as well as intellects. Traditionally considered the "hearthstone" or "living room" of the campus, today's union is the gathering place of the college. The union provides services and conveniences that members of the college community need in their daily lives and creates an environment for getting to know and understand others through formal and informal associations. The union serves as a unifying force that honors each individual and values diversity. The union fosters a sense of community that cultivates enduring loyalty to the college. Adopted by the Association's general membership in 1996, this statement is based on the Role of the College Union statement, 1956.
  23. What’s it to me?  The previous slides were meant to help you see the bigger picture of which you are a part by working in the UC. This is more than just a job. You serve a critical role for the UC, for Student Affairs, and for the entire University. Your experience in this position should enable you to grow as an individual and professional, and your work will put you in a critical position to guide and encourage other students and patrons to their fullest potential as well. In short, you’re kind of a big deal.
  24. Areas of the UC  Now that we’ve covered the big picture items, let’s get down to specifics. What follows in the Canvas classroom are explanations of each area of the UC so that you are well-versed on all aspects of the building.
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