Training Days, sponsored by the OSU Finance and Administration Division, provides a focused set of learning sessions designed to help Oregon State University staff and faculty get work done more knowledgably and efficiently, and find practical, healthful solutions for life.
The audience will consist of employees who:
- Support university units in transactional and administrative roles. These employees typically require understanding of university-wide processes, policies and procedures, and administrative functions.
- Would like to better understand benefit, retirement savings, and Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) options.
- Are looking to develop a personal health/wellness routine.
- Would like to learn about general programs and services available on campus.
Presentations are mostly 50-minute sessions; however longer sessions are available. There will be 10 minutes between sessions which allows you to load the computer and set-up your presentation materials.
Rooms are set up in theater style except for the Construction and Engineering Hall which has tiered seating, a stage with podium, and an area at the stage for panel discussion. Staffing will not be available for special set-up or room reconfiguration. A handout table is provided at the back of each room and working table is provided up front for presenters.
Assistance During Presentation
Moderating time, helping with handouts and other things will be available on request at the check-in table.
- Computer, projector, screen and microphone
- White board
- PowerPoint, Word, and Web with Flash capability.
- USB ports for flash/jump drive connectivity
Poster Presentations and Displays
“Tech Town” is reserved in the hallway where tables and chairs are nearby to assist employees one-to-one with technical questions about various electronic devices such as laptops, pads, and smartphones. This area will also include a 5’ table and outlets for technical demonstration purposes.
Posters and Displays
Several 5’ tables are provided in the main hall for display presentations. Electrical outlets and web connectivity are available. Posters can be hung in hallway areas and classrooms using blue painter’s which we will have available. Size limitation for wall postings is 36” x 48.” Standing posters are limited to 3’ x 6.”
Volunteers and staff will be available to assist.
Loading and Unloading Equipment
LaSells Stewart Center provides a short-term loading/unloading parking area in front of the Center for your convenience.
Parking permits will be sent to outside providers at the visitor's booth at -----. This permit will need to be displayed on your vehicle's dashboard. Visitor parking is located in the parking lot across from The LaSells Stewart Center. (map)
Rooms are equipped with a touch screen control panel for AV systems. IT assistance will be available for AV troubleshooting and set-up.
Well Being Stations
The Wells Fargo Room will be equipped with well being opportunities, displays, MindSpa stations, and other health promotion activities. Screens and room dividers will be available. Space is limited.
Assistance with transport of any necessary items is available on request.
Should you choose to eat lunch on campus, we have a $7.00 meal card for you for one or both days. This card can be used at Arnold Dining Center’s Southside Station Restaurant, Cascadia Market at INTO’s International Living-Learning Center (ILLC)(each in close proximity to LaSells Stewart Center), or any other qualifying dining center on campus.
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