Professional Development Events
Professional Development offers a series of events for faculty and staff. Upcoming events, if any, are in the listing below. For additional information, please call (714) 484-7326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cypress Wellness Collaborative
Exercising our Capacity for Wholeness
BY SAM GOULD
The Cypress Wellness Collaborative is a wellness initiative where together we practice, learn, and educate one another on the nature of health as a movement toward wholeness. Health is a state of physical, psychological, and social wellbeing, which refers to a state of wholeness, of being whole. With mindfulness we learn to pay attention in a particular and purposeful way.
Lifestyle practices such as mindfulness meditation and yoga provide a space in which we can practice being mindful in our everyday life, which facilitates wholeness, and our being whole. In addition to our weekly classes, we are facilitating practical and educational offerings through workshops and the Wellness Collaborative canvas shell, where we will cultivate different ways of exercising our own unique expression of being mindful and whole.
- Cypress Wellness Collaborative Canvas Shell
- Wellness Collaborative YouTube Channel
- Health Center Canvas Shell
Tuesday & Thursday
Meeting ID: 989 8389 3671 | Password: wellness
Monthly Community Yoga Classes
Second Wednesdays of the Month
February 9, March 9, April 13, & May 11
Meeting ID: 925 0757 5120 | Password: yoga
Previous Events (Available for Viewing)
- Fall 2021 Flex Day: Implementing Trauma – Informed Care; Supporting Foster Youth in the Classroom
- Branding Workshop
- A Conversation with Dr. Angela Davis
- FLEX Cybersecurity Awareness Workshop — Remote Education and COVID-19 Technology, Privacy, and Security Challenges and Best Practices
This cybersecurity awareness training will discuss challenges and concerns about COVID-imposed technology, privacy and security threats and risks and how to protect and safeguard campus assets, student privacy and prevent the virtual classroom from being a victim of cybercrime (as social engineering, ransomware, and identify theft using phishing tactics are on the rise in higher education).
CC & FC CIS Professors: Dr. Izadi, Carlin, Tran, Alizadeh/Industry Panelist: Ho, Enos, Busch, Whitney, Lampkin