Tuesday, October 29, 2019
1:00–2:00 p.m.


Swirbul Library Room 5S

Networking and Building Connections

Being resourceful means being successful at using what’s already in front of you with a consciousness of value. We collect personalities of people in our lives for the purpose of networking, in the same way we collect memorabilia and random household knickknacks.  A lot of times we don’t even know how those people got there, and more often than not, we don’t even know when, and how we’ve accumulated so much stuff. This weight unfortunately, is exactly what it is, a weight. Successful networking involves clarifying and determining added value.
The workshop/lecture will discuss how determining the added value of people, places, and information, will help you build a more successful and productive network base. 
Presenter Bio:  Professor Sarah Eltabib 
Professor Eltabib is the chair of the University Faculty Senate, the co-chair of the Senate Committee on Student Life, and the co-chair for the University First Year Experience Committee. As a Senior Lecturer, she works with students in transition in both the General Studies Learning Community, as well as the Levermore Global Scholars Program. Her background includes degrees in Modern World History, International Relations, Diplomacy and Comparative Governments. Her research focuses on The development of human rights through history, as it relates to freedom of speech and rights to assemble in the modern period. She has been with the university since 2009.   
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This event is part of Adelphi’s Leadership Certificate Program.

For further information, please contact:

Anna Zinko
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