This 90-minute session on Oct. 29 will provide a framework to help you begin to focus on your present and future career goals. Through assessments, exercises and small group discussion you will explore your current values and interests underpinning your career goals and more.
In this online class on Oct. 23, artist and educator, Erica Beade, will introduce techniques for achieving accurate shapes and capturing volume in your drawings, while herpetologist and researcher, Dr. Mara Laslo, will explain how evolution has generated their amazing diversity. Learn more. Read more about The Art and Science of Frogs
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This two-hour virtual workshop on Sept. 28 offers staff an opportunity to practice strategies to maintain and build engagement while balancing individual circumstances with work priorities. Preventing burnout will share methods to minimize stress at work and home. Learn more. Read more about Enriching Engagement and Preventing Burnout
Explore the beauty and variety of plant forms with pencil and paper. Taught by a scientific illustrator, the emphasis in this online workshop on Sept. 22 will be on close observation and realistic representation. Learn more. Read more about Drawing Plants & Flowers