Presentation on theme: "Adjunct Orientation Fall Quarter 2012. Orientation Overview Welcome and Introductions Jeanne Enders, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs on the Goals."— Presentation transcript:
Adjunct Orientation Fall Quarter 2012
Orientation Overview Welcome and Introductions Jeanne Enders, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs on the Goals of the Undergraduate Programs Doug Siegler, Director of Student Services in the Undergraduate Programs Office on Course Management Glen Pullen, Network Administrator on Technology Sarah Straub, Faculty Services Staff Lead on Your Staff Support Kathy Black, Chief Accounting and Budgetary Officer on Getting Paid QUESTIONS Welcome Reception in Faculty Lounge
SBA Undergraduate Programs at PSU Critical Thinking: Identify, analyze, solve problems and make high- quality decisions.
SBA Undergraduate Programs at PSU Long-term Perspective: Distinguish between long-term and short-term consequences of business decisions.
SBA Undergraduate Programs at PSU Sustainability: Recognize environmental and social impacts of business decisions on a wide variety of stakeholders including shareholders, employees, communities and the natural environment.
SBA Undergraduate Programs at PSU Theory to Practice: Apply theoretical concepts in real world settings.
From the desk of Doug Siegler Academic Advising All students are assigned an academic advisor based upon their PSU ID number. Students must be admitted to the SBA in order to take any/all 300/400 level business courses. If a student is not on your Wait List, but you are willing to add him or her to your class, please our office with the student’s name, PSU ID number, and your course information to verify eligibility before signing Special Registration forms… Doug Siegler, SBA 240, Undergraduate Programs Office,
From the desk of Glen Pullen Technology Computer accounts and resources Classroom technology and equipment Computer labs and software Software available for faculty Contact: SBA 332B pager
From the desk of Sarah Straub Your Staff Support Print Requests/Copying Office space and keys Evaluations D2L Book orders Grades Sarah Straub (BA 560; )
From the desk of Kathy Black Getting Paid Kathy is your contact for payroll issues. You must return your signed contract to be paid. Paychecks are cut at the end of the month (October, November, December). You can see your paystubs online at banweb.pdx.edu If you don’t sign up for direct deposit, you may pick up your paycheck at the cashier in Neuberger Hall. If not picked up in five business days, checks will be mailed to the address on file. Kathy Black, SBA 650,
Common Topics Using Teams Sequential projects: individual and then team Showcasing international students Coaching on feedback – mid-term feedback and late-term feedback Team charter Plagiarism and the team signature page
Time for Your Questions! Reception Follows in the Faculty Lounge (SBA 560)