The CBU Community Convocation for faculty and staff is being held online this year on Thursday, August 13. We will include a time for reflection with the Mission & Identity team, the annual Career Services Faculty Appreciation “Breakfast”, and a time to hear a virtual address from President Jack Shannon and Vice President of Academics, Paul Haught.
9:00 a.m. Reflective Gathering
As we enter into another academic year, we invite all faculty and staff to join for a brief time of reflection and inspiration led by Brother Patrick Conway and members of the Mission & Identity team, including Campus Ministry. This event, “How We Walk with Each Other,” will include the opportunity to talk with your Lasallian colleagues in small groups as we reflect together on the challenges of the past few months and the hope we have for our shared future.
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85171799354?pwd=b25jUEp5Qlo2dHQyUlVFOWJheW1GUT09
Meeting ID: 851 7179 9354
No pre-registration will be required but participants are asked to read the following brief article on managing crisis and change in advance of the event.
10:00 a.m. Career Center Appreciation “Breakfast”
Amy Ware and the Career Services team invite faculty and staff to join a WebEx meeting to learn about new programs and exciting plans for the year. Though there won’t be any actual breakfast served, they will still be offering a menu of options to partner with Career Services in support of our students. They will also be giving away gift cards to local breakfast restaurants to active participants!
Join WebEx Meeting: https://cbu1.webex.com/cbu1/j.php?MTID=mcfc330c2179eb384331eb8817e68b21a
Meeting Number (access code): 146 315 1002
Meeting Password: 7QNm2842842
Even if you are unable to attend the “Breakfast,” all are encouraged to stop by the Career Services office at a safe social distance during the first week of classes to pick up a giveaway and the Fall calendar of events.
11:00 a.m. Community Convocation
President Jack Shannon and Dr. Paul Haught, Vice President of Academics, look forward to welcoming everyone to a new academic year. While the year will be unlike any we have had, our commitment to serving our community and providing a high quality education in a diverse, supportive, and inclusive environment remains unchanging. All are invited to watch this special presentation on YouTube or at the video below.
Please note, faculty attendance at Community Convocation is required; however, due to the online nature of this presentation, faculty may choose to view the broadcast at their convenience prior to the start of classes.