University’s campus to teach students “life skills” they wouldn’t necessarily
learn in the classroom.
Do’s and Don’ts,” scheduled for 1 p.m. Nov. 10 in the library auditorium.
Murphy Tetley, instructor of management information systems, will be the
Debbie Schick, office and LEAD coordinator for the Office of Student Life, and Cherie
Meeks, director of career services and student transition. It has continued
this year with Amy Dittmer, the new director of career services and student
really hoping that students will take this information with them when they
leave the Woods,” explained Schick.
healthcare after college, to legal advice. They are spread out over the course
of the year, and are usually held over the lunch hour to make them accessible
there’s something students are asking about, we want to do our best to inform
them,” said Schick.
connects the entire WWU community to one another.
staff, community and alumni and they’ve been more than willing to come and
present on topics in their areas of expertise,” said Dittmer.
attire fashion show.
and inappropriate business attire,” she said.
show in October, and close to 50 students attended a presentation on rental and
lease agreements in September by Cynthia Kramer, professor of legal studies.
topics will include ultimate money skills, stress in the workplace and cocktail