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Location:
Room 124
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Department of Communication Disorders
Ph: (512) 716.2624
Email: cdis@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
College of Health Professions
Fullbright visiting outreach lecturer Dr. Mireya Vilar-Compte is coming to speak on the topic of Si, Yo Puedo Vivir Sano con Diabetes! (Yes, I can live healthy with diabetes): A self-efficacy + mHealth behavior-based program for vulnerable adults. There will also be a small reception with heavy refreshments.
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Location:
Nursing Building, Room 124
Round Rock Campus
; 124
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Michael O'Malley
Dean, College of Education
mo20@txstate.edu
512.245.9797
Campus Sponsor:
Colleges of Education and Health Professions; Department of Communications Disorders Department; Department of Health and Human Performance
Official Common Experience Event
 
Texas State University's Public Health program (B.S., M.S.) invites all to an open presentation by Dr. Mireya Vilar Compte, Fulbright Visiting Lecturer from Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. Dr. Vilar Compte is completing a Fulbright this year at Yale University's School of Public Health. This presentation will address her research findings regarding strategies for health among vulnerable adults living with diabetes in Mexico, with attention to health supports through mobile devices and apps.
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Location:
Avery Building, Room 404
Round Rock Campus
; 404
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Alexis Stokes
Department of Finance and Economics
as44@txstate.edu
512.245.6371
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business
Official Common Experience Event
Business Leadership Week 2020: Authentic Leadership

 
Panelists:
  • Lissa Jonsson, Google
  • Gio Loquercio, National Instruments
  • Eric Thorson, Narmi
About Business Leadership Week
Business Leadership Week engages the students and faculty of Texas State University and the local community in conversations and learning about  business leadership ideas that extend beyond textbooks and classrooms by offering guest lectures, interactive events and contests, and forums for discussion.
 
Website
Business Leadership Week
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Location:
Room 312
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Matt Painter
mpainter@txstate.edu
512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business Graduate Programs
Join us for an overview and discussion of the McCoy MBA program options at Texas State University.

Our MBA Information Sessions offer you the chance to learn about both the Full-Time Cohort and Flex MBA options at Texas State University. Hosted by our MBA Program Director, Matt Painter, attendees will learn about the program curriculum, career path options, financial aid, study abroad, professional development opportunities, internships and the application process.

If you have been thinking about a graduate degree and need to get the ball rolling, this is your chance. We look forward to meeting you!
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Location:
2nd Floor Atrium
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Emma Womble
e_w82@txstate.edu
9036819630
Campus Sponsor:
NSSLHA at Texas State University (Round Rock)
NSSLHA will be having a coin drive to make a donation to Amplify Austin for Austin Speech Labs. Amplify Austin is a day to give back to local nonprofit organizations. A table will be set up to take donations. Click here for more information
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Location:
2nd Floor Atrium
Cost:
Free
Contact:
LaTonya Henry
LH17@txstate.edu
512.716.4025
Campus Sponsor:
Student Diversity and Inclusion
Celebrate Your Success. Order your college ring before the Texas State Ring Ceremony. See the rings and try on the sizes. Janet Luft will be in the Avery Building on the 2nd floor to answer all of your Balfour questions. Click here for more information
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Location:
Room 312
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Michelle Redepenning
mredepenning@txstate.edu
5122453186
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business
What is your superhero origin story? Or asked in a more professional context: who are you and why does that matter to people? Your professional bio isn't the narrative of your resume, it is your best tool to start connecting with new opportunities. This workshop will take a values-based approach to sifting through the thousands of data-points in your professional experience and developing a compelling story to engage potential employers, collaborators or clients.

In the workshop you will:
• Identify your core values
• Consider how the values of your target audiences interact with yours
• Outline a story of your career that communicates the connecting values
• Get feedback and input from your peers
• Plan for updating your online identity

Kim Caldwell is a native Austinite with a passion for connecting people. For the last 15 years she has partnered with mission-driven people and organizations across the country to plan their bold steps forward. In 2019 Kim founded Caldwell Connect to provide consulting and workshops that facilitate values-based planning, communication, and storytelling.
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Location:
Room 256
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Emma Womble
e_w82@txstate.edu
9036819630
Campus Sponsor:
NSSLHA at Texas State University (Round Rock)
Monthly meeting for NSSLHA members.

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. Membership in national NSSLHA is available to undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral students enrolled full- or part-time in a communication sciences program or related major.

Even if you are not a member, you are welcome to come and join the meeting!
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Location:
Avery Building; Room 455
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Cheryll Dennis, cd22@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Round Rock Campus
This session is for degreed individuals seeking to become certified teachers. Three degree-seeking and non-degree seeking options will be explained, as well as the application and interview process. Click here for more information
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Location:
Room 252
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Mary Ellen Cavitt
512.245.2205
Dr. Todd Oxford, Associate Professor of Saxophone, School of Music, Accompanied by Mr. Richard Hall - Synaesthesia Duo.
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Location:
Room 312
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Michelle Redepenning
mredepenning@txstate.edu
5122453186
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business
Inclusion is the action piece of diversity and it begins with conversations that we have with our networks.  So let's not just talk about, let's be about it with our individual courageous conversations.

Takeaways:
1) Overview of Diversity and Inclusion
2) Barriers to Inclusive Behavior
3) Examples of Inclusive Behavior to Promote Courageous Conversations

Angela Shaw is an accomplished and certified long time HR professional.  She has lead the human resources function at several amazing organizations, teaches an Essentials of HR class at Austin Community College, and is a dedicated servant leader in the volunteer HR community serving as the 2020 Past President of the Austin Human Resources Management Association.  Angela believes in walking the talk therefore, as an employee advocate speaks up every chance she gets in supporting everyone to activate their power for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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Our Newest Departments at the Round Rock Campus!

Three of the College of Health Professions departments have recently moved from the San Marcos Campus to the Round Rock Campus.

We are excited to have these academic departments to our growing Round Rock Campus. Find out more information about these departments or view our frequently asked questions.