Rebecca Abergel (Chemical Sciences) and Michelle Lee (HR) completed the inaugural program, which provides professional development for mid-career women. Each campus nominated two candidates to attend four sessions. The program seeks to create a pipeline and network of women professionals who can contribute to one another’s and UC’s success.
The training is offered on July 11 (3 to 4 p.m.), July 12 (11 a.m. to noon), August 8 (9 to 10 a.m.), and August 9 (1 to 2 p.m.) in the Building 50 Auditorium. Protective Service’s Al Benitez will lead the training. Participants are advised that subject matter is sensitive. See LBL-0010 for more information on active shooters and emergencies.
The practice of mindfulness is receiving increasing scientific support as a means to reduce stress, improve cognitive flexibility, foster relationship satisfaction, and promote health and well-being. The course (5:30 to 7:30 p.m.) provides participants with the basic principles of mindfulness, as well as tools for developing and applying mindfulness in daily life. Registration is required.
Laboratory supervisors are eligible to apply to the UC Management Skills Assessment Program either as an assessee or an assessor. Assessees gain knowledge and insight regarding strengths, areas for skill development, and career direction through feedback from assessors. More>
Twelve international (Canada, Denmark, Mexico, and Russia) and three local STEM teachers participated, as part of “New Frontiers in Clean Energy Education: A Training for International Teachers.” The keynote address was given by DOE Deputy Secretary Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall. More>
Are you a new employee, a supervisor who approves time, or a LETS timekeeper? If so, you are invited to participate in training specialized for your role. Three new LETS training modules are now available for time entry, timekeeping, and approvers. Visit training.lbl.gov to take these online training modules.
Staff can be trained to assist during disasters, when first responders are often overwhelmed. Training includes emergency preparedness, basic fire suppression, medical assessment, patient transport, and light search and rescue. Take EHS 520 and 522, LBL 0010 or PSD 0150, PSD 0131, and PSD 0121 classes to qualify. Send e-mail here for more information.
The event, hosted by the Berkeley Postdoc Entrepreneurial Program, features Robin Johnston of the Lab’s Innovation and Partnerships Office, as well as representatives from law firms WSGR and MoFo. The free event begins at 6 p.m. in 105 Stanley Hall. A networking session and reception will follow the presentations. More>
A webinar on “Procurement Channels” will take place on May 26 at 1 p.m. Go here for more details and login information. The recording from two earlier webinars in the series, “Where’s My Stuff?” and “Requisition Tips and Tricks”, can be accessed here.
IT is offering a one-day workshop on Python and the Jupyter Notebook on May 24, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Building 59-3101. The workshop will cover the Python programming language and the Jupyter Notebook, a browser-based literate programming tool that enables users to combine code, text, and visualizations in a single reproducible document. More>