Workshop Schedule

Fall 2017 Workshops

How to Build a Super Brain

Are you excited about who you are, or do you allow fear and anxiety to control your life? Are you clear on what your purpose in life is, or are you rather unsure of yourself? This REDtalk will illuminate how you can develop a super brain, which assists mental and physical well-being and makes you feel life is awesome. We will find out how it is possible to cultivate such a healthy, happy brain.

Presenter: Dr. Yasuko Sato, Associate Professor
Date: Monday, September 18
Time: 2:00-2:45 pm
Location: Library, Room 702

Gaining Global Competence: Opportunities at Lamar University

It is important in today's world to gain knowledge and understanding of other people, cultures, politics, and languages. This REDtalk will take a look at the variety of opportunities LU students have to gain global competence both here on campus and abroad.

Presenter: Brittney Crossley, Coordinator of Study Abroad and Exchange Programs
Date: Tuesday, October 3
Time: 2:00 - 2:45 pm
Location: Library, Room 702

Speak to Engage

Engaging, smart, timely presentations are necessary in the fast moving, information age we live in. Speakers and Communicators must be prepared with well research, accurate, and "to the point" presentations. This session will focus on The 3 P's of Engaging Presentations: Your Purpose; Your Preparation; Your Presentation.

Presenter: Rachel Dubois, M.A., Instructor
Date: Wednesday, October 18
Time: 2:00 - 2:45 pm
Location: Library, Room 702

Leading Out Loud

Have you ever been described as quiet, shy, or a loner; however, this does not describe who you are around your friends or family? Then you might be an introvert, and this presentation is for you! This REDtalk will help you identify whether you are an introvert or an extrovert and assist you in marketing those introverted personality traits if you are pursuing student leadership positions or student employment.

Presenter: Dr. Nechele McClinton, Assistant Director of Residence Life
Date: Thursday, November 2
Time: 2:00 - 2:45 pm
Location: Library, Room 702