Webinars are a great way to "stay connected between conferences" and experience some of the professional development opportunities that are provided through the SIGUCCS conferences. Our webinars are offered quarterly at no charge. Use this as an opportunity to participate as a team or individually. You will be able to connect to the audio portion using VoIP or a telephone.
Who can attend?
Webinars are available for all current SIGUCCS members. Join SIGUCCS for only $25/year!
You can view past webinars by visiting the Past Webinars section below.
Upcoming Webinars (all times are Eastern):
- March 9, 2:30pm EST: Women's Work: Gender in Higher Education IT Organizations
Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7942210473578376962
Women in higher education and in technology positions are still greatly outnumbered by men in the field. Women leaders make up an even smaller fraction. In this webinar, we will review relevant statistics about the phenomenon, discuss why it matters and then look for ways to initiate change. During this webinar we will discuss specific recruitment and promotion strategies as well as ways to create environments that support diversity. The presenter has done significant research in this area and brings meaningful data to the discussion. The presentation will be interesting and fun for women and men.
Vicki Rogers is passionate about developing people, customer service and milkshakes. She describes herself as a true lifelong learner. Vicki has a Bachelor’s degree in Management and a Master’s degree in Business Education. She is finishing up a doctorate in Adult Education at the University of Georgia. Her research interest is Leadership and Professional Development, specifically for women in IT. Vicki was an IT Manager for the Information Technology Services department at the University of West Georgia for 12 years. Prior to higher education, she was a software and customer service trainer in the banking industry. She has 2 amazing daughters and the most spoiled schnauzer on the planet. She loves to read, constantly considers moving to the beach, tells great stories and thinks she’s pretty funny. Her presentations are informative and entertaining.