Fri, Jan 29, 2021
The Learning & Development Team invites you to focus on your wellness with Brenna Werme. Set the tone for your day by calming your nervous system and connecting with ease to your body and breath. These workshops will give you quick, easy tools to reset and release stagnant energy throughout your day.
To conclude the January LinkedIn Learning Wellness Challenge, join Learning & Development for a conversation and reflection of the featured LinkedIn Learning videos on Self-Compassion and Practicing Self-Compassion (about 5 minutes total). While these videos are part of the January LinkedIn Learning Wellness Challenge, registration or participation in the Challenge is not necessary to join the discussion.
This year, the Mead’s annual Collecting 101 student acquisitions program is on hiatus. However, we’re partnering with students in “The Art Market” course, taught by Niko Vicario, assistant professor of art and the history of art, to keep students involved in selecting the next work of contemporary art for the Mead. Join us on Zoom to hear students make proposals and vote in real time for the artwork the Mead will acquire.
This acquisition is made possible by a generous gift from Scott Nagle '85, Mead Advisory Board member. This program is presented in collaboration with Niko Vicario’s course “The Art Market” and the Department of Art and the History of Art.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are a powerful tool to discover spatial relationships and illuminate your research with intuitive maps:
• Illustrate historic sites and extract features from old maps;
• Spatially correlate census, economic, and other data;
• Display geologic formations and delineate watersheds;
• Track human, animal, and plant populations; and
• Map locations from a GPS receiver.
You will learn about:
• Constructing and Sharing Maps (including with Google Earth);
• Mapping Named Data (including census data and street addresses);
• Mapping Coordinate Data (including using a GPS receiver);
• Mapping Image Data (including scanned maps and satellite data); and
• Extracting Map Features
This workshop will begin with an in-person hands-on session to get you started, and will run asynchronously thereafter, with a couple of check-ins per week, ending around February 11.