» Working Remote Series

The Working Remote series is a virtual series that offers opportunities for staff to: learn about adjusting to remote work, focus on wellness, and to maintain social connections.  The goal of the series is to support Chapman employees through the unique challenges of adjusting to remote work – imperfect workspaces, balancing family care and work tasks, managing from a distance and maintaining social connections. The series will include: town halls, webcasts, important information and opportunities to connect with your colleagues, and to meet 1:1 with campus leadership.  

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Working Remote Series Sponsors:

Sponsored by Human Resources, IS&T, the Fish Interfaith Center, Financial Services, the Musco Center, and Sustainability.  

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Fish Interfaith Center

As the transition to remote working and online learning endures, the Chapman community is now suddenly faced adjusting to the disruption to daily life and coping with the psychological and emotional toll it generates to our health and wellbeing.  The Fish Interfaith Center continues to be available during these uncertain and unprecedented times. To meet the increased need to our Chapman family, the FIC staff is launching CHAPMAN HOPEa platform to provide calm, care, and compassion via online resources and virtual services. 

IS&T

As we all work to adapt to our new environment to help protect Chapman University’s staff, faculty, and students from the COVID-19 disease, we understand the need to conduct work from remote locations.  When it comes to working remotely, having the right resources, services, and tools is essential for productivity and success. IS&T is here to support you in making working and teaching remotely easy and efficient. Please visit our site for more information on the list of webinars, tools, and resources available to work remotely. 

Sustainability

Campus sustainability is not something that just happens in the Facilities Department. Every member of our campus community has the opportunity and obligation to help the university achieve its environmental sustainability goals. If you are interested in learning more about sustainability on campus and in your own work and personal life, join us for a sustainability session!