"Embracing the vision is understanding that you are part of something larger than yourself. Here, we are actually part of something I consider a noble effort."
March 29 Speaker Series
Dr. Lamara D. Warren has over 20 years of eclectic experience in higher education and student affairs as a practitioner-scholar in the areas of multicultural affairs, enrollment management, Greek life, student affairs, and residential life.
The global challenges of today will require organizations and individuals to embrace and effectively manage diversity and inclusion. Dr. Warren focuses on self-exploration as the first step to embracing and effectively managing diversity and inclusion. Learn how to be raise your diversity and inclusion awareness to work effectively with others. In this interactive session, we will explore and challenge our own personal identities and biases. Ultimately, participants in this session will gain a greater personal awareness, develop actions for being more diverse and inclusive, and learn how to improve individual and group relationships.
- Who: Dr. Lamara Warren
- What: DIY: Diversity, Inclusion, and You (Do It Yourself)
- When: Thursday, March 29, 2:30pm
- IU Bloomington: CIB Wrubel Commons
- IUPUI: ICTC IT203
- IU East: Whitewater 119 (WZ 119)
- IU Kokomo: Bogle Room in the IU Kokomo Main Building
- IU Northwest: HH105
- IUPUC: LC1512
- IU Southeast: Knobview 014-A
- IU South Bend: NS038
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The IU Agile COP
The IU Agile Community of Practice (COP) promotes collaboration and information sharing on the use of agile practices throughout IU. Seasoned practitioners and those learning about agile for the first time come together on the third Tuesday of the month from noon to 1pm.
Grab your lunch and join in person or virtually! Also, be sure to join the email distribution list. Joining the list will ensure you receive materials that are sent out prior to the discussion. Simply send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still have questions? Please contact Megan May (email@example.com).
Micro-inequities workshop video and slides
In case you missed it:
First Technologist Recognition award winners honored at Statewide IT
The IU IT Leadership Community (ITLC) created the first annual information technology awards and recognition program. We wanted to build a sense of community and pride among IT staff, recognize outstanding leaders at all levels, and increase awareness of IT projects and accomplishments.
This year, there were three award categories focused on rising IT leaders with five or fewer years' experience, senior IT leadership with at least 15 years' experience, and IT teams. Awards were open to employees in IT at Indiana University regardless of school or department.
The award winners were honored at the Statewide IT conference in October. The recipients in each category truly represent the best qualities of leadership and reflect the deep talent in UITS.
Speaker Series video and slides
Ray Luther and Eric Johnson from the Kelley School of Business, presented Leader as Coach on November 15. In case you missed it:
Workshop video and slides
How to negotiate: A primer is the first in a two-part series led by Professor Lisa Blomgren Amsler of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs-Bloomington. She presented on November 3. In case you missed it:
What is the IT Leadership Community?
ITLC is a group of like-minded professionals at Indiana University with leadership training (both formal and informal) and an interest in continuing the growth of leadership in themselves and other IT professionals at IU.
IU's CIO and VP for IT Brad Wheeler on IT Leadership at IU - Courtesy UITS and IT Communications
To empower current and future IT leaders by increasing communication, building community, and coordinating continuing education and outreach opportunities
Learn more about the creation of ITLC via charter document.