The topics for the monthly series vary.  Check the HR Calendar or the monthly PD&T email newsletter for the most up to date information.  

Would you like to present to the MSU campus on a topic for the PD&T Monthly series?   If interested please contact Melissa Schaak

 

October 19 – Bozeman’s Water Resources from Forest to Faucet: Water Use, Drought and Conservation , 1-3 pm,  SUB 233
Presenter: Jessica Ahlstrom, City of Bozeman
Capacity: 50
This workshop will discuss:

  • our water resources here in Bozeman including the state of our water resources today
  • what Bozeman residents can do to use water more efficiently
  • what we expect for our water resources in the future when considering population growth and Bozeman’s susceptibility to drought.

 

November 30  – Title TBA, 1-3 pm,  SUB 233

Presenter: Liz Bradley, PD&T Manager

Capacity: 50

 

December 21  – Your Real New Year's Resolution, 1-3 pm,  SUB Ballroom B

Presenter: Campbell Gerrish, MSU Recreational Sports and Fitness 

Capacity: 50

With the coming of the new year we often find ourselves bolstering ambitions towards fitness. In this 2 hour workshop, certified Personal Trainer Campbell Gerrish will review tools that open the  possibility and potential of our physical fitness goals.  Come learn how to discover a new adventure commit to a routine you know that works for you.  We'll use this time to evaluate 2017 goals and barriers, create a compelling vision for 2018, and jump into the New Year with a plan that will be able to stick with!

 

January 18  – Building Emotional Intelligence: Strategies, Tips, and Tools for Raising Your EQ, 1-3 pm,  SUB 233

Presenters: Julie Clay, COA, PMP and Dallas Dallman, MEd

Capacity: 50

Join us for this two-hour workshop where we will provide strategies, tips and tools for each of the four skills that Emotional Intelligence identifies: Self Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management. This workshop will be conducted in combination with group mini-exercises, personal reflective work, and large group discussion.  

 

February 8  – Wildflower Reflections:  Families and Legacy Planning, Challenging Decisions, 1-3 pm,  SUB 233

Presenter: Marsha A. Goetting, Ph.D., CFP®, CFCS, Professor and Extension Family Economics Specialist

Capacity: 50

This workshop will discuss:

  • where property passes when there is a death without a written will
  • when a will controls where property passes and when it doesn’t
  • what tools can be utilized to avoid probate in Montana 

 

 

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