Sessions for formal headshots for faculty and staff have been scheduled for spring semester in the lobby of the second floor of the Bernhard Center. Photos are taken on a walk-in basis, and no appointments are needed. View sessions
April 20, 2021
WMU Town Hall: A Year in Review for students is set for Tuesday, April 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. Student-submitted questions will be fielded by WMU and Western Student Association leaders. The event will be livestreamed on YouTube.
April 21, 2021
Discuss considerations for choosing and reusing data, and explore a variety of strategies for locating datasets relevant to your project. Registration requested.
Kathy Purnell, staff attorney for Justice for Our Neighbors and part-time instructor in in the School of Public Affairs and Administration, will be leading discussions of Caste (2020) by Isabel Wilkerson.
April 30, 2021
May 1, 2021
May 4, 2021
May 10, 2021
May 20, 2021
Understanding the systems that support youth, positively and negatively, allow parents, relatives, caseworkers, staff, mentors and other supportive adults to effectively engage and advocate for meaningful outcomes that are youth focused. CE's offered: 3 Social Work
May 31, 2021
June 26, 2021
June 30, 2021
July 1, 2021
July 5, 2021
July 6, 2021
July 14, 2021
In this course, you will begin to understand how witnessing trauma or experiencing your own trauma will impact you. You will learn the signs of compassion fatigue and burnout for yourself and other workers. You will have an opportunity to explore your own skill set in relation to self- care and will practice at least two activities that can be incorporated into your daily self- care practice. Trainer: Jessica Gladden, Ph.d LMSW. CE offered: 3 SW
August 6, 2021
This training will provide an opportunity for child welfare workers to identify issues within the process related to white privilege, racism, implicit bias and power which impacts their ability to provide positive outcomes for all involved. CE offered: 3 SW, Certificate of Participation
This training provides an opportunity for child welfare workers, and those that work with children, to identify issues within the process related to white privilege, racism, implicit bias and power which impacts their ability to provide positive outcomes for all involved. CE's Offered: 3 Social Work