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Events Listing

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Faculty & Staff

Basics of Managing Records (Webinar)

This session gives all state and local government employees a quick overview of how to manage the records (electronic and paper) that they create and receive each day. It covers:

1.What is a public record?
2.How long do records need to be kept?
3.What can be destroyed and what goes to the State Archives?
4.How can Washington State Archives help your agency?
5.Where can I learn more about managing records?

This webinar also satisfies the records retention portion of Open Government Trainings Act requirements for Elected/Appointed Officials, Public Records Officers, and Records Officers/Managers.

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Safe Zone Training

The Safe Zone Project is a program on the LCC Campus that offers a visible message of inclusion, affirmation, and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people. Trainings will be available to help employees become more aware of the problems facing our students of diverse gender and sexualities and offer guidance on how to support those students.

Our curriculum is a three hour program provided through The Safe Zone Project.

Quarter Trainings Day Time Date:
Spring 2019 Safe Zone 2.0 Friday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 5/3/2019
Spring 2019 Safe Zone 1.0 Friday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 5/24/2019

Click Here to Sign Up!

Please email if you have any questions about the training.

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

21 Day Racial Equity Challenge


Creating effective social justice habits, particularly those dealing with issues of power, privilege and leadership is like any lifestyle change. Setting our intentions and adjusting what we spend our time doing is essential.

About the 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge​

  • For 21 days, do one action to further your understanding of power, privilege, oppression, and equity.
  • Plan includes suggestions for readings, podcasts, videos, observations, and ways to form and deepen community connections.
  • Adaptable to all forms of social justice.
  • We think understanding white privilege is a powerful lens into the complexities of doing social justice work, so we've focused our resources on that specific issue.
  • Faculty can earn PDUs for completion.

Complete this Google Form to register for this Canvas training.

Email with any questions!

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff


“Heating Up: The Ethics of Climate Change” with Brian Henning

Monday, April 22nd, 12 - 1pm in the Student Center, Room 120

Join ASLCC and Gonzaga professor Dr. Brian Henning on Earth Day. What if we could tell ourselves a new story about climate change—and, in doing, so, alter our relationship to our planet? With larger, longer wildfire seasons, accelerating species extinction, ocean acidification, and sea-level rise, it's increasingly clear that climate change isn't something that’s about to happen—it's here. But while the laundry list of problems wrought by climate change is well-known, few talk about how our moral beliefs about nature have led us to the brink. In this presentation, ethicist Brian G. Henning discusses how global warming itself is not the only problem—it's a symptom of a larger issue concerning how we conceive of ourselves and our relationship to the natural world.

Target Audience: Everyone

Faculty & Staff

Search Sponsor Workshop

Monday, April 29th & Tuesday May 6th, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in Administration Building, Room 100 (Heritage Room)

We are excited to bring Anne Gillies, who manages a Search Advocacy Program at Oregon State University, to campus to present a Search Sponsor Workshop!

The Search Sponsor Workshop is targeted to managers, directors, Vice Presidents, and the President as their role is to "sponsor" recruitments that are equitable, inclusive, and advocate for diversity.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Advocate for diversity and inclusion during a search
  • Describe role of a search advocate and how they'd approach it in your own words
  • Recognize potential for implicit bias in search and selection and offer strategies to mitigate these risks
  • Facilitate effective search advocacy in support of equity, inclusion, and diversity through their actions and decisions in searches you sponsor

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff


“Kicking My Blue Genes in the Butt” with Josh Rivedal

Tuesday, April 30th, 1 - 3pm in the Health & Science Building, Room 101

A keynote/program that combines Broadway-Style theatre with suicide prevention and mental health education. It has toured 75+ locations across North America, Europe, and Australia. A 15 character, 7 song one-man Broadway-style play Kicking My Blue Genes In The Butt that's comedic and poignant and discusses both Josh's grandfather's and father's tragic suicides. It's a primal piece of live-storytelling that creates an emotional connection to the powerful message that mental wellness is attainable and suicide is preventable. Followed by a keynote session where Josh discusses suicide prevention; intervention tactics from some of his own lived experience, and tips for resilience and positive mental health and living mentally well.

Target Audience: Everyone

Faculty & Staff

Culture and Nonverbal Communication

Wednesday, May 15th, 3:00 - 4:00 pm in Health & Science Building, Room 123

Nonverbal Communication represents a way of exchanging messages without the use of words (e.g. appearance, clothing, personal space, facial expression, gestures, touch, tone etc.) This communication depends heavily on the cultural context of an interaction. These cultural differences create special obstacles and opportunities for becoming more competent communicators.

In this workshop you'll learn how to:

  • Discuss how culture affects the different types of nonverbal communication.
  • Share the challenges or obstacles this has created for interactions.
  • Identify areas of opportunity to encourage communication that is more competent.

Sign up today!

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

TIAA CREF Campus Counseling

May 21st, 22nd & 23rd between 9am - 4pm in Administration Building, Room 114

No matter where you are in life—just getting started or planning for retirement—a session with Candace Lester can help you create a plan for your goals. And, it’s at no additional cost as a part of your retirement plan. You’ll get answers to these questions and more:

  • Am I invested in the right mix of investments to help meet my goals?
  • Am I saving enough to create the retirement income I need?
  • How do I take income from my retirement account once I stop working?

Register for one of the sessions at

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Myer's Briggs Team Building!

Friday, May 31st, 2:00 - 3:30 pm in Administration Building, Room 100 (Heritage Room)

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test is widely used in organizations for personality type assessment. In particular, it helps people to become more appreciative and tolerant of other preferred styles of communication and patterns of behavior.

Hahli Rogers & Heidi Hamer, will give you a hands on look at what your personality type is, what it means and how it compares to your peers.

Sign up today! (space is limited)

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Refresh your Mind

Refresh your Mind!

Improve your outlook on life.
Enhance your relationships with others.
Stimulate your mind.
Reduce your stress!

Pay-it-forward Card Program!

Send your peers a pay-it-forward card to recognize them for their strengths and hard work! Contact HR for cards.


Magna & Mentor Commons!

Professional development is at your fingertips! Learn more about how to access free online webinars!

Contact Red Devil Wellness

Faculty & Staff Wellness

  Sam Orth, HR Manager

   (360) 442-2124

Gym & Fitness Center Wellness

  Jarad Miller, Fitness Center Manager

   (360) 442-2245

Student Wellness

  Justin Ford, Student Activities Program Coordinator

   (360) 442-2440

Cafe & Dining Wellness

  Cliff Hicks, Enterprise Services Manager

   (360) 442-2441

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