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University Within the University (U2) lists the following new classes.
Microsoft Office Access 2007 Level 1 (Beginning)
March 23, 1 to 3 p.m., 361 Upson II
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of computers, mouse, and file saving and retrieving skills. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to examine the basic database concepts and explore the Microsoft Office Access 2007 environment, design a simple database, build a new database with related tables, manage data in a table, query a database using different methods, design forms, and generate reports. Presenter: Heidi Strande.
Facts, Figures, and Beyond
March 25, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Memorial Union Badlands Room
If you are looking for UND facts and figures (institutional or departmental) then take a few minutes with us to explore what information we have available for you. Our office provides a varied collection of statistical and narrative information describing the University, past and present. In our session we'll highlight key areas from our Web site, from annual reporting data to Fact Book information to Student Assessment of Teaching reports, and more. Join us and get the facts. Presenters: Carmen Williams and Carol Drechsel.
Non-Employee/Student Travel, Payments to Non-resident Aliens and Moving Expenses
March 25, 1 to 3:30 p.m., Memorial Union Prairie Room
Review of required travel procedures for non-employees, students and nonresident aliens and a review of moving expense procedures. Presenter: Bonnie Nerby.
March 26, 9 to 11 a.m., 305 Twamley Hall
Learn how to become an effective manager through the use of encouragement, recognition, and motivation. Explore strategies to replace “command and control” with more effective communication. Presenters: Desi Sporbert and Joy Johnson.
* Required training for all Finance and Operations supervisors, (future supervisors encouraged to sign up).
Responsible Conduct of Research
March 26, 3 to 5 p.m., Memorial Union Badlands Room
This course is designed to introduce all present National Science Foundation awardees, or anyone considering a federal grant proposal, to the basic ethical issues associated with the responsible conduct of research. Using recent cases from the literature, the course will explore various issues related to financial compliance, conflict of interest, research integrity, and human and animal subject compliance. In addition, the course will cover the University policies concerning these areas and actions in the event of allegations of misconduct. Presenters: Barry Milavetz, interim vice president for research; Jon Jackson, assistant professor, anatomy and cell biology; Katherine Sukalski, associate professor, biochemistry and molecular biology; and David Schmidt, manager, grants and contracts.
Calorie Salary: How To Budget Your Calories
March 26, 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wellness Center Classroom 120
Want to learn tricks on how to get the most for your calories? With this class you will get helpful information on easy ways to cut back on calories and where it’s OK to spend them. You will also be supplied with helpful nutritional information for a healthy lifestyle. Presenter: Karina Wittman.
-- Patricia Young, U2 Coordinator, Continuing Education, email@example.com, 777-0720