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Tuesday Talks at the Library: About

Details and links for Tuesday Talks at the Library, our ongoing Event Series

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a tall tan building with glass doors and shrubbery, with a black sign stating it is the James E. Cheek Learning Resources Center

Director of Library Services

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Dr. Miller-McCollum
Contact:
Director of Library Services - James E. Cheek Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor
919-546-3750
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Want to Share?

We are currently seeking community experts to share on our Tuesday Talk series for a variety of dates!

If you or someone you know is interested in being a Tuesday Talks speaker, have them reach out to our Library Assistant, Alexi Sprague via email - alexi.sprague@shawu.edu

Upcoming Talk

Our Tuesday Talks series of 2021 is now over! View our recordings on the appropriate page!

The Password for all Tuesday Talks Zoom Meetings is: LIBRARY

Schedule of Events - Fall 2021

Fall 2021 Schedule* UPDATED SEPTEMBER 16 - ALL TALKS ARE NOW VIRTUAL ONLY!

Use the blue link in the topic section to either register for future events,  or be taken directly to the recording of past events!

 

Tuesday's Date

Topic

Speaker

Gathering Type

Details/Notes

9/7, 4 pm Why You Should be an Intern David Williams, Career Advisor View the Recording Here Learn about why an internship is important to your success, and about internship opportunities through the Career Center.
9/14, 4pm Gaming Chat Craig Hatler View the Recording Here What is a role playing game? How does it function? What can I do with one? Is there a group I can join to try one on campus? These questions answered and more!
9/21, 4 pm Banking 101: Financial Basics Nickie Davis, Truist Financial View the Recording Here Learn the basics of banking - what is a savings account? How do I increase my credit score? Is a credit card necessary?
9/28, 4 pm Activism and You Dr. Miller-McCollum View the Recording Here Learn how to activate your activism, what types of activism are best for you, and some resources to become an informed activist.
10/5, 4 pm Effective Communication in the Workplace Joann Keyton, PhD View the Recording Here Please take this quick personal survey (or this interactive excel sheet version) before the event starts to learn about your personal style and get the most out of your experience.
11/2, 4 pm Goal Setting David Williams, Career Advisor View the Recording Here Do you have goals? Do you know how you'll reach them? Learn how to set important goals and the steps you need to succeed.
11/9, 4 pm Banking 101: Financial Basics Nickie Davis, Truist Financial View the Recording Here Learn the basics of banking - what is a savings account? How do I increase my credit score? Is a credit card necessary?
11/16, 4 pm College Opportunities at the North Carolina Museum of Art 2021 NCMA Interns View the Recording Here Paid Internships! College Nights! More stuff! Learn from the current NCMA Interns and see how you can apply to become the next one!
11/30, 4 pm Inspirational Chat Dr. Vonda Reed View the Recording Here Explore how words can have the power to change and inspire your life

 -*last updated 9.16.21. 

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Shaw University Libraries - James E. Cheek Learning Resources Center
118 E. South Street - Raleigh, NC 27609
919-546-8407 - shawu.edu/libraries

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