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For Seneca employees, about Seneca employees

Volume 1 Issue 1 | Spring 2011

Diversity Day: Making Connections

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ebuting at Newnham campus on 1 March 2011, Seneca’s first Diversity Day attracted over 120 registrants, including administrators, faculty and staff. The context of our diverse student population was established by Amy Gaukel’s keynote address on the “1st Year Student Experience,” followed by a rich variety of presentations and workshops. Such offerings as

“Effects of Violence on Learning,” “Mental Health and the Language of Respect,” “Positive Space” and “The Millennials” challenged participants to expand their understanding of diversity beyond language, culture and race. The program was enhanced by a series of

Upcoming Workshops 2011 FACULTY FORUM ~ Tuesday, May 3 ~ 8:30AM to 4:40PM ~ King Campus, PodC ~ Register here

RETIREMENT & FINANCIAL PLANNING Facilitated by Graydon Watters ~ Wednesday, May 4 ~ 8:30AM to 4:00PM Newnham B3086 ~ Register here

GTA SUPPORT STAFF DAY ~ ~ ~ ~

Wednesday, June 1 8:30AM to 4:00PM Beautiful King Campus See flyer

streaming videos from the Seneca Libraries’ collection. Feedback from the event has been positive. One respondent enthused, “Great job! Well organized and an information filled day.” Many others have asked if Diversity Day will run again next year.

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Leadership Management CAE Update Employee Spotlight Your Health


Centre for Academic Excellence

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Diversity Day will run again next year.

Leadership & Management: Subtitle

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pus on 1 March 2011, Seneca’s first Diversity Day attracted over 120 registrants, including administrators, faculty and staff. The context of our diverse student population was established by Amy Gaukel’s keynote address on the “1st Year Student Experience,” followed by a rich variety of presentations and workshops. Such offerings

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shops. Such offerings as, “ 36” challenged participants to expand their understanding of diversity beyond language, culture and race. The program was enhanced by a series of streaming videos from the Seneca Libraries’ collection. Feedback from the event has been positive. One respondent enthused, “Great job! Well organized and an information filled day.” Many others have asked if Diversity Day will run again next year. Debuting at Newnham cam-

as, “ 36” challenged participants to expand their understanding of diversity beyond language, culture and race. The program was enhanced by a Image or graphic to go here

series of streaming videos from the Seneca Libraries’ collection.

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Volume 1 Issue 1 | Spring 2011


EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT: Subtitle John Smith recently traveled to China for his Personal Development leave. A look here at some of the valuable learnings he brought back

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Your Health: Nutrition Now

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ebuting at Newnham campus on 1 March 2011, Seneca’s first Diversity Day attracted over 120 registrants, including administrators, faculty and staff. The context of our diverse student population was established by Amy Gaukel’s keynote address on the “1st Year Student Experience,” followed by a rich variety of presentations and workshops. Such offerings as, “36” challenged participants to expand their understanding of diversity beyond language, culture and race. The program was enhanced by a series of streaming videos from the Seneca Libraries’ collection. Feedback from the event has been positive. One respondent enthused, “Great job! Well organized and an information filled day.” Many others have asked if Diversity Day will run again next year.

Winning recipe from Seneca’s Nutrition Now Event salad contest: List recipe here List recipe here List recipe here List recipe here

Contest! What is your favourite salad recipe? Send it in for chance to win a chef’s prize pack! See newsletter contact details below.

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CFSD Musings Here we can include newsletter “mission statement” (ie published once a semester to inform and inspire Seneca employees…”), contributor details and contact info to submit ideas etc

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