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Climate Justice & Biodiversity: Indigenous and Urban Perspectives Workshop 

Climate Justice & Biodiversity: Indigenous and Urban Perspectives Workshop 

How are we able to anticipate and reduce effects on biodiversity, particularly in urban settings and by those communities who feel the change most? This asynchronous online short course will begin by defining climate justice and biodiversity using Indigenous and Urban perspectives. Then provide an overview of relevant climate change impacts in Washington state and ...

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Climate Justice Book Discussion: “How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to Fight in a World on Fire”

Climate Justice Book Discussion: "How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to Fight in a World on Fire"

Join us for a thought-provoking discussion of non-violent vs. violent means of achieving policy changes and global commitment to addressing the damaging effects of climate change! David Spataro will lead a reading of the book "How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to Fight in a World on Fire" by Andreas Malm. From the publisher's ...

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Critical Thinking for Today’s Educator (NEW)

Critical Thinking for Today’s Educator (NEW)

Critical Thinking has been the most widely claimed and assessed General Education outcome at our college, and it is consistently high on lists of what employers look for in college graduates. So how can we teach and assess these skills? In this workshop series, we will examine the history of critical thinking, several of the ...

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Envisioning the Future of AI in Your Classroom

Envisioning the Future of AI in Your Classroom

Are you interested in learning more about the use of AI in the classroom and how to incorporate this tool in your class assignments? This book club workshop will provide you with practical ideas on how you can use AI in your course assignments. We will also unlock powerful ways to streamline teaching and save ...

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Incorporate Climate Justice Into Your Teaching

Incorporate Climate Justice Into Your Teaching

Not up for a full-length Climate Justice Faculty Learning Community (FLC) and only want to explore climate justice a little bit? Or do you want to complete the entire FLC experience by creating and teaching a climate justice lesson in one of your courses sometime this academic year? Have a good handle on climate justice, ...

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Introduction to Grants

Introduction to Grants

As Bellevue College negotiates difficult budget times, finding funding for new initiatives can be tough. However, BC was awarded $5.7 million last year in grant funding for programs and services across the college like Nursing, the Early Learning Center, and the Veteran’s Resource Center. But where did that funding come from, and how can programs ...

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Mighty Morning Fitness

Mighty Morning Fitness

Each workout we will incorporate a mix of cardio intervals, strength training, and functional movement exercises while enjoying the social boost of working out together. We gain many exercise benefits, including improved bone density, increased metabolism, muscle toning, heart health, improved posture and balance, and reduced risk of injury while providing mental and emotional benefits ...

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NoonFit: Flex, Function & Form

NoonFit: Flex, Function & Form

Join in for a rotating variety of fluid stretches, mindful movement and mobility, workplace posture and stress reduction. Choose one 30-minute window or stay for the full hour, and you'll see a boost to your body and mood. We will focus on Flexibility, Functional Movement and Safe Form so you can take realistic steps to ...

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President’s Cabinet Office Hours

President's Cabinet Office Hours

These sessions are informal Q&A sessions for faculty to connect with Bellevue College President and the cabinet. Don't miss this opportunity to ask questions, provide feedback, and share ideas! Spring-2024-Presidents-Cabinet_20240510

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Putting on Your Oxygen Mask: Breathwork for Challenging Times

Putting on Your Oxygen Mask: Breathwork for Challenging Times

Do you ever find yourself holding your breath when stressed? Are you looking for ways to promote wellbeing for yourself and your students and create a calm and supportive learning environment?  “Breathwork,” or intentional breathing exercises and practices, can help. Breathwork is grounded in centuries of cultural and spiritual practice, yet its efficacy is supported ...

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Showcase

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Showcase

In Spring 2022, the Office of DEI sponsored a BC group to engage in an intensive institute hosted by Excelencia. Humaira Jackson, Data/PD Liaison, was one of the participants who returned inspired by ways other institutions are using course, program and institutional level data to identify inequities in academic attainment. Now in its second year ...

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The Commons’ Sustainability Launch Event 

The Commons’ Sustainability Launch Event 

Goodbye, coffee pods and chip bags. Hello, sustainable snacks! The Faculty Commons is aligning with sustainability initiatives all over campus to offer teachers plastic-free, guilt-free refreshments when they stop in to rest, work, or socialize. Join for a demo of our new coffee machine, participate in snack-tasting and a sustainability trivia game, and hear about ...

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Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Unemployment Insurance Benefits

If you are an adjunct faculty, you may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits at the end of the quarter! Come to this workshop to determine your eligibility and learn how to file for benefits. Come to this workshop to determine your eligibility and learn how to file for benefits. Open to BCAHE members.   Thursday, ...

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Last Updated August 15, 2023