SAC Sponsored Summer Series
Coping with Digital DistractionTuesday, July 17, 12:00--1:00pm
Video-linked: 250A Agricultural Administration (Columbus) – 200 FABE (Wooster) - Piketon Campus - South Centers Large AuditoriumManaging digital distraction may be the most important work-life balance/productivity skill that we aren’t talking about. Digital distraction undermines work performance, and even stresses intimate and family relationships. This session will include a discussion of digital distraction and its effects on performance and personal lives, and offer several concrete tips for managing digital distraction.Dr. Claire Kamp-Dush is an OSU Associate Professor of Human Sciences and Sociology, an active affiliate of the Institute for Population Research, and graduate studies chair of the graduate program in Human Development and Family Sciences
OSU Leadership Center
Staff Career Development Grant
Staff have an opportunity to further their growth and development through the Staff Career Development Grant. New this year, the available funding for individuals and groups has increased to $1,250 for individuals, $1,750 for groups of 2-10 and $2,000 for groups of 11 or more, and the funds can be used for professional development, education or training costs related to job and/or career goals. Applications are being accepted until Tuesday (7/31). Visit the USAC website for more information and to view the application.
Buckeye Wellness Lunch and Learn on resiliency
With the fast pace of today’s culture, it can be difficult to navigate situations throughout life and manage the stress associated. Join Jodie Leister for a free lunch on Friday (7/20) noon-1 p.m. at the Ross Auditorium to learn ways to inoculate your life from stress and better manage the hustle of everyday life. Biometric screenings and health coaching sign-ups will be available in the Ross Heart Hospital lobby 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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