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"How to Handle Difficult Situations Successfully in Your Career" Seminar on Oct. 31

10/26/2018 5:04:42 PM

How to Handle Difficult Situations Successfully in Your Career 

Presented by: C.K. Gunsalus, Professor Emerita and Director, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics (NCPRE)

When: Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at 12 PM

Where: 3002 Electrical and Computer Engineering Building

Professor Emerita C.K. Gunsalus, Director of the National Center for Professional and Research Ethics (NCPRE), is an international expert on leadership and professional ethics and has worked with professionals at all stages of their careers to prevent, mitigate, and recover from a variety of difficult situations. In this seminar, Dr. Gunsalus will present information many professionals wished they’d learned before entering the work world.

2/11/2014 Lance Cooper

Begins Monday, February 17, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Siebel Center, room 0216. This is a 9-week series of workshops (does not include spring break), culminating with a chance to take the CLAD Exam.

If you’re new to programming with LabVIEW or looking to improve your existing skills, this free hands-on course introduces you to graphical programming with LabVIEW system design software. You’ll learn fundamental skills to develop data acquisition, instrument control, data logging and measurement analysis applications as well as have an opportunity to take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam, a globally recognized entry-level certification exam, for free.

You will need to bring a laptop (and your charger! There will be outlets). The laptop has to be capable of running LabVIEW. Windows 7+ is recommended, but OSX is supported as well. You can download LabVIEW, or get an install disc the first day of class. A code will be emailed to attendees before the event. Bringing a mouse is recommended; programming in LabVIEW with just a trackpad can be difficult. Space is limited. Reserve your spot today. See you there! If you have any questions or concerns, contact me at dalmia3@illinois.edu.