Signature workshops give you access to a distinctive learning experience. These workshops
are held twice during a week throughout an academic semester. Walk-ins are welcome
or reserve your spot—either option is welcome for attendees.
Please see our workshop schedule below and register today!
February 4th - April 30th | Tuesdays & Thursday from 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
|Foundational Powerpoint||Present a clear and concise message by arranging elements of your slide presentation to maximize audience attention and create shared meaning. Learn how to design slides that will eliminate "word walls" and win any glance test from an audience.||Feb 6th
|Poster Presentation Design||Develop impactful posters that communicate to an audience with or without you being present. Learn how to incorporate a powerful visual layout, include memorable graphics, build interest, and increase audience view time of your research.||Feb 20th
|Classroom Communication||Enhance your teacher communication skills to engage students in your classroom. Become familiar with learner-centered communication techniques that are associated with positive classroom outcomes and increased student learning.||Feb 13th
|PowerPoint Charts & Graphs||Display visual information that maximizes meaning for an audience. Learn how to spotlight what is important in charts and graphs from either live or non-live data sets that visually articulate the conclusion you want to share with an audience.||Feb 4th
|Advanced Powerpoint Techniques||Go beyond the basics of PowerPoint design and learn advanced techniques for taking your slide deck to the next level. Learn cinematic slide design strategies to create dynamic slide decks to captivate an audience. Download Guide||Feb 11th
|Data Storytelling||Display data that is compelling and seamlessly designed to maximize the meaning of the data for audience understanding. Learn how to spotlight what is important, utilize data as a tool for sharing information, and visually articulate the conclusion you want to share with an audience.||Feb 27th
|Oral Defense Presentation||Ensure your thesis or dissertation is visually accessible through the creation of slides that encapsulate your research and focus on its most salient findings. Learn how to storyboard the content of your research to create a logical slideshow that accurately and easily makes your research understandable for your committee.|| Feb 25th
|Presentational Choreography||Discover powerful presentation strategies that professional speakers utilize to dazzle audiences. Learn to seamlessly sequence transitions between presentational content and convey a powerful speaking presence that heightens audience attentiveness.||Feb 18th
|Extreme Powerpoint||Transform your PowerPoint slide decks into an immersive presentation with a cinematic feel. Learn high-end slide design concepts that are guaranteed to leave a positive impression with any audience.||
|Type, Teaching, & Communication Series||Discover your styles of learning and decision making with the theory behind the Myers-Briggs
system. Learn how to harness the strengths of each style to maximize student engagement,
teacher-student interaction, and classroom communication.
Must Attend Both Dates for the Month
|Feb 6th & Feb 11th
Mar 24th & Mar 26th
Apr 16th & Apr 21st
February 12th - April 15th | Wednesdays from 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
|Poster Visual Design:
|Design an award winning poster that visually communicates coordination and coherence. Learn how to maximize your poster design for competition, conference presentation, or any other venue with one-on-one guidance. Reserve or walk-in to these specialty workshops.||Feb 12th