Graduate Student Orientation
Participants are required to complete the following mandatory training: "Preventing Workplace Harassment," and "Preventing Employment Discrimination," Diversity training, and Flash Point: Recognizing and Caring for Individuals in Distress.
"Flashpoint: Recognizing and Caring for Individuals in Distress"
This is a very entertaining and educational look at diversity on the college campus and is performed by the BGSU Humanities Interactive Theatre Ensemble. The live performance takes place during the GSO Opening Session held on Monday of the GSO August Program. Students will then be divided in to facilitated discussion groups to talk about what they observed from the performance and various ways to best handle the various scenarios.
Preventing Workplace Harassment (PWH)
Preventing Employment Discrimination (PED)
These are on-line training modules that you can complete even before you arrive on campus. Please try to complete these before you arrive for orientation week in August so you can turn in your confirmation forms at GSO Check-in. If you cannot complete them before you arrive or experience any problems with the links, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are Internet-based programs so they are available to you at any time. You may access them from your home, office, a computer lab, or any location where you have an Internet connection. After you complete the training modules, you will be asked to complete a Mastery Test. To document completion of your training you must pass the Mastery Test with a minimum score of 80% and provide your first and last names, your BGSU student ID Number, and select your academic department from the Department/Work Unit menu. Students serving as Teaching Assistants should select the Faculty category. All others, or if you are not sure of your assistantship assignment, should select Student.
It is recommended that you complete the training module on Preventing Workplace Harassment first and then complete the Preventing Employment Discrimination training. Here is the web site to access the PWH training: http://www.newmedialearning.com/pwh/bowlinggreen/index.htm After you have completed the PWH training you can go directly to the PED training web site at: http://www.newmedialearning.com/ped/bowlinggreen/index.htm. Please note that there is a Part I and Part II of the PED training. You must complete both parts.
As a part of the building strength initiative, all incoming graduate students from Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Geology, Mathematics & Statistics, Physics & Astronomy, Psychology, and Sociology must register for and complete the on-line Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training session prior to GSO week. In addition to students from these departments, all research assistants must register for and complete the on-line Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training session prior to GSO week. During GSO week, the research assistant track will include a two–hour supplementary session, facilitated by Dr. Hillary Harms, which will cover the RCR modules in more details. Information is available on the Office of Research Compliance website at http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/orc/page110533.html
NOTE: READ THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE MODULES!!
You will need to temporarily disable your pop up blocker in order to submit your test and print your certificate. This certificate is for your records. However, to document your completion of the training modules you will need to submit you certificate of completion through Canvas. To do this click the submit Assignment Tab on the right hand side of Canvas.
Students participating in the Ongoing Program are to return the completed certification form directly to the GSO Office in South Hall.
Please read each section carefully. Completion of each online training module takes approximately one hour, depending on the number of interruptions.
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