Past Events

Money at Work #2: Sharpening Investment Skills

3:00–4:00 pm
Zoom

Is your savings strategy on the right track? And if you’re off track, do you know what adjustments to make? TIAA’s workshop leader will provide insight into complex investments and how to plan for, and the tax implications of, each income source, as well as how to determine your investing personality and the investment options that may fit your type.

Jun.
23

Mentoring Workshop: Promoting Professional Development

11:00 am–12:30 pm
Zoom

Develop a strategy for guiding professional development using periodic conversations on professional goals and career development and a written document.

Jun.
17

Money at Work #1: Foundations of Investing

3:00–4:00 pm
Zoom

TIAA’s workshop leader will highlight different types of investment options available as you make choices for your financial needs.

Jun.
10

What Comes Next? Learning from Our Pandemic Teaching: A Faculty Panel

2:00–3:00 pm
Zoom

An extraordinary year (plus) of teaching in the midst of a pandemic has compelled us to learn, develop, and adopt a number of new teaching practices. With teaching and learning heading into yet another new phase in the next academic year, what have we learned from our pandemic teaching experiences, and how might those lessons shape our pedagogy going forward?

Jun.
3

South Side Book Club: "Southern Exposure" by Lee Bey

12:00–1:00 pm
Zoom

Participate in the first meeting of the South Side Book Club.

Jun.
2

Grantsmanship Panel: Finding Funding

1:00–2:00 pm
Zoom

Join UChicago faculty and Foundation and Corporate Relations officers as they discuss the intricacies of the foundation and federal funding ecosystem.

Jun.
1

Mentoring Workshop: Fostering Independence

11:00 am–12:30 pm
Zoom

Develop the skills to foster independence in graduate student and postdoc mentees. Participants will learn strategies to build mentee confidence, establish trust, and foster independence in mentees.

May.
27

Searching for Excellence: A Conversation About the Faculty Search Process

9:00–10:30 am
Zoom

The Office of the Provost has created a variety of new programs and tools to help recruit outstanding faculty to the University of Chicago. The Searching for Excellence program is a 90-minute conversation led by the Office of the Provost, the Office of Legal Counsel, and the Equal Opportunity Programs Office for Affirmative Action detailing best practices in the search, interview, and recruiting process to ensure a focus on diversity, compliance, and affirmative action.

May.
26

Halfway There: A Retirement Checkup

3:00–4:00 pm
Zoom

TIAA's workshop leader will provide information to help you as you assess where you are on the path to reaching your retirement financial goals and how to get back on track if you're behind. Discover the amount of savings you may need to reach your retirement income goals, different investment options and how they can work together to help you pursue retirement goals, and what's competing for your retirement savings.

May.
25

UChicago K-12 Education Initiatives: Navigating CPS

5:30–6:30 pm
Zoom

This online presentation led by Duane Davis will review the process for applying for Chicago Public Schools and discuss what to look for when visiting a school (virtually) as we continue to build a community of families with faculty, staff, post-docs and graduate students.

May.
24

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