Founded by Allan Edmunds in Philadelphia in 1972, the Brandywine Workshop and Archives provides a fertile environment for artists from diverse backgrounds to create cutting-edge prints. This exhibition marks the first presentation of a group of works acquired by the...
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Avenue
For children entering grades 2-4
Monday, July 11th through Friday, July 15th; 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sail across the Mediterranean on a voyage from ancient Israel and learn about daily life in the trading cultures of the ancient world, then make a working oil lamp! Through games, museum exploration, hands-on activities, and art, we will discover more cultures from around the globe, like the Maya and Aztec. A look at hieroglyphs, mummy coffins, touchable artifacts, and more make this an active summer experience.
What are your strengths when it comes to influence on your team or in your department? What about with your manager? Other stakeholders? In this two-hour session, we will focus on best practices for listening to and understanding your audience (those you want to influence). We all have barriers to our influence; we will practice...
An ally is a trusted force for good – being an ally is more than being sympathetic towards those who experience discrimination – it’s more than believing in equality – it’s being willing to act with and for others in pursuit of ending oppression and creating equality. The session includes five important steps one can take to be a better ally toward those from underrepresented communities.
This program is available for free and open to benefits-eligible faculty and staff only. ...
In this 2.5-hour virtual session, we will practice how to deliver a difficult message with poise, empathy and resolve. We will explore the nature of difficult conversations and what it takes to navigate them to generate solutions and tolerate the...Read more about Navigating Difficult Conversations
In this 4-session workshop, CWD Learning Architecture introduces and demonstrates approaches to self-paced online course development using Storyline 360. Topics covered include applying adult learning theories to asynchronous course design; planning and organizing content; common features and techniques used to build a course in Storyline 360; accessibility considerations; and best practices for publishing to HTP.