Dean of Students Office Event

Jeff Anderson, "Hallmarks of Effective Leadership"

Jeff Anderson is Associate Dean for Leadership Development at the Booth School of Business. This talk was recorded on February 12, 2013 and sponosored by the Office of the Dean of Students.


56:56 minutes (52.12 MB)

Keystone Program: What I Wish I Had Known: Lessons from Recent Law School Graduates

Date: 
04.30.2013
Location: 
Room III

Join a panel of recent graduates as they discuss what they wish they had known when they were starting their careers.  What have they learned from their own mistakes and the mistakes of their fellow attorneys?  Featuring Cristina Covarrubias, ’11, of Winston & Strawn, Molly Lynch of Schiff Hardin, Donielle McCutcheon, ’09, of Sidley Austin, Carl Newman, ’12, The Domestic Violenc

Spring Quarter Write-In

Date: 
04.25.2015 - 04.26.2015
Location: 
Room I

The Office of the Dean of Students

Presents the 2015 Spring Quarter

LAW SCHOOL WRITE-IN

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Keystone Program: Intergenerational Differences in the Workplace

Date: 
04.19.2013
Location: 
Room IV

Experts anticipate that four generations are now working together in the workplace, and the legal workplace is no different.  Intergenerational differences, including differences in communication preferences and workstyles, can dramatically impact the workplace, leading to friction and misunderstandings.  Drop by to hear a short presentation by Jeffrey Parsons, a consultant with The E

Keystone Program: Perfecting Your Professional Image Business Dress Program

Date: 
04.15.2013
Location: 
Macy's Department Store, 111 N. State St., Chicago, IL

Need some tips on how to choose the right suits and outfits to wear to interviews and work that complete your professional persona? Student models will showcase the DOs and DON’Ts of office and interview attire during this program, while Macy's personal shoppers will explain what are the best choices for your body type and style.

Family Fun Day at the Law School

Date: 
04.07.2013
Location: 
The Green Lounge & outside by the fountain, weather permitting.

Join students, staff, faculty and their families for Family Fun Day at the Law School.  Friends, significant others, partners, spouses, family members, and children are all welcome to join in the festivities. There will be plenty of food, refreshments, and family-friendly activities, including balloon animals, face-painting, video games, a musical session with

Keystone Program: Microsoft Office Training

Date: 
04.07.2013
Location: 
Room V

This program earned rave reviews when we offered it in the past. Organized by the Office of the Dean of Students and the D'Angelo Law Library, this Microsoft Office Training  is meant to address what students will see in practice – new attorneys are expected to be able to do anything computer-related because they are generally the youngest person on the team, yet are at the botto

Keystone Program: Second City Improv Communications Training Session

Date: 
04.05.2013
Location: 
Room V

The Office of the Dean of Students presents Second City Improv Communications Training, a Keystone Professionalism & Leadership Program.  On April 5th, join Second City's Director of Outreach & Diversity, Dionna Griffin-Irons for a 2.5 hour dose of improv, leadership tools, and creative communication strategies for your career and the courtroom.

Keystone Program: Mock Cocktail Reception

Date: 
04.03.2013
Location: 
TBD

Practice navigating a cocktail reception with this Keystone Program, which will feature Law School alumni serving as mock firm representatives.  Student participants will receive feedback on their performance (how they entered and exited conversations, questions they posed to the representatives, how they interacted with other students, etc.) throughout the program.  Sponsored by

Wellness Wednesday: Introduction to Tai Chi

Date: 
05.08.2013
Location: 
Auditorium

Join instructor Ed Gierut for an introduction to tai chi, an ancient Chinese tradition that involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.  Tai chi is often used for stress reducution, and includes gentle stretching.  Sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Students.

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