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Mock Interviews
For students in all schools
Mock interviews give students a no-consequence opportunity to learn how to excel in a high-pressure interview. For a cost of $10, each student is given a half-hour interview by trained interviewers, followed by twenty minutes of live and written feedback, and leaves with a DVD of their session for later review.

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Career Development Website
Center for Student Development
This page will guide you through the many career development resources Regent offers to help you throughout your career span. Contains online assessments, links to the Career Resource Center, school-specific career centers, training resources, job search

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Financial Aid TV
Regent Central Financial Aid Office
Get answers to common questions about financial aid offered at Regent University through this collection of very short videos.

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Financial Literacy Resources
Regent Central Financial Aid Office
Grad students, undergrads, military, parents - use the resources and links on this page to learn to finance your education wisely, budget well, become credit saavy, avoid identity theft, and more.

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Interview Preparation website
Center for Student Development
These materials are designed to guide your preparations to interview well.

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On-campus students: Also click here to learn about mock interviewing opportunities.
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Maximizing Regent (Website)
Gain insights into the culture and heritage that are yours as a Regent student. Get some good advice on ways to get involved and grow spiritually, academically, and personally. And learn about resources that many students neglect or never even hear about.

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Local students: click here for tips from other Regent students and insiders (audio).
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Resumé Website
Center for Student Development
Information to help you select the format, content, and style that will help you present yourself well on a resumé.

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Writing Center Resources (Website)
University Writing Center
Information on mastering common style manuals, resources for every stage of the writing process, and links to the many services of the University Writing Center. The UWC provides a place where even the most experienced writers can improve their skills t

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Networking Website
Learn from the successes of other Regent students and alumni how to networking effectively in your discipline. Whether you are new to networking or a seasoned networker, you'll find ideas to enhance your professional relationships. Website includes info

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Speed Reading Website
Joel Ladd
This self-paced learning website will guide you through exercises, using any book of your choice, to address the key things that impede reading speed and comprehension. Requires 60-90 minutes to complete.

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"Hispanic" Means...
Panel Discussion
Student panelists from various Hispanic cultures discuss their viewpoints on time, gender roles, authority, family, community. Session includes group discussion on points of cultural friction.

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Accountability and Personal Growth
Dr. Corné Bekker
This session provides a brief overview of spiritual formation and the role of accountability in personal and spiritual growth.

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Advice for Men Only
Roger Cheeks
Discover how God's gift of unbreakable relationship can empower men in covenantal relationship with their spouses.

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Apologetics: What a Christian Leader Should Know About Sharing His Faith with a Muslim
Nabeel Qureshi
Learn some basic elements of an Islamic approach to faith one should know when hoping to impact Muslims for Christ.

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Balancing Act Between Loans and Credit
Joe Braxton
Providing enhanced information on credit and debt management, this session for students reinforces key concepts related to building security for the future.

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Balancing Life and Learning
Joel Ladd
Principles for time management, efficient study, and maintaining balance and sanity in life.

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Be a Leader for God�s Sake
Bruce Winston
Dr. Bruce Winston presents his excellent two-part training on leadership after the model of Christ.

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Be a Leader for God�s Sake
Bruce Winston
Dr. Bruce Winston presents his excellent two-part training on leadership after the model of Christ.

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Behold Your Teacher
Veronica Karaman
Veronica Karaman, author of "God's Way to an A," shares important insights to help you study "as unto the Lord" and better understand academic study as a spiritual discipline.

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Best Computer Shortcuts
Based on a 2011 CSD contest, here is a compilation of the MS Word shortcuts Regent users find most useful.

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Blogging Basics
Pablo Hurtato, Regent University Center for Teaching and Learning
Learn how to set up and use your own blog.

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Boundaries: Stewarding Your Time, Dignity, and Life
Dr. Vickey Maclin
Learn principles for valuing and safeguarding the things that are most important in your life while still remaining open and present to others.

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Building Great Relationships
Dr. Jennifer Ripley
Learn principles for great communication for couples or singles.

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Building Your Marriage in the Midst of Stress
Jerry Park
Exercises and principles to protect, heal, enhance, and generally strengthen a marriage.

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Buying a Home
Center for Student Development Panel
Great tips on first-time home buying, in a panel discussion format. Panel consists of a real estate agent, a lender, a real estate attorney, and a home inspector.

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Career Planning
Jo Vanderwal & Nick Westers
Learn about the steps that can take you from being career-uncertain to career-fulfilled. Discover resources to help you at each step and work out a personalized plan to actualize each of these steps.

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Career Quest: Assessing Career Interest
Career Resource Center
Sample an interest inventory and skill assessment, and learn how to identify jobs that fit you well.

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Career Quest: Clarifying Your Values
Sarah Camp, Career Resource Center
What could be worse than landing your "dream job," only to discover that you really dislike many of the tasks or the culture of the company? This workshop will help you learn what you value most about a work environment and develop strategies to facilitate the optimal job fit for your values.

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Career Quest: Your Personal and Professional Mission
Career Resource Center (Kizer, Okahaabwa)
Tips and exercises to help you develop a mission statement to guide vocational planning and decision making. For personalized assistance, local and distance students should call (757) 352-4927 to schedule a free appointment with a career consultant.

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Carpenter's Apprentice
BlackBoard-based resource for Regent students
This collection of self-guided modules is designed to help students improve skill sets which support academic and life success. Topics include decision making, goal-setting, note taking, online learning, organization, learning styles, reading (for speed

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Choosing and Working with a Dissertation Committee
Regent School of Divinity
This School of Divinity panel discussion offers advice on how to best select and work with your dissertation chairperson and committee.

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Comparative Cultural Etiquette Sampler
Panel Discussion
Expand your understanding of five major world cultures as panelists from Africa, Latin America, South Asia, East Asia, and the Middle East discuss important differences of perspective and behavior.

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Cover Letter Advice
Ross-HR
Short paper containing some good advice on writing cover letters from professional job coach, Robert Snelling.

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Credit and Credit Bureaus
Chris Busching
Hear a mortgage officer expose myths about credit and talk about how credit and credit bureaus work, what effects your credit rating, how to use credit to your benefit and prevent others from using your credit to your detriment.

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CV Panel Discussion
Dr. Mark Yarhouse, Dr. Lynn Olson, Joel Ladd
Panelists share tips for building an effective CV. (CVs are usually used in higher education and the sciences instead of a resumé.) Courtesy of the Regent chapter of CAPS (Christian Association for Psychological Studies).

Click here to access a helpful article on CVs. For sample CVs, look in the "Faculty" section of your school's website.
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Debt
Sherwin Hibbets
Principles for getting out/staying out of debt and managing funds well.

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Do You Really Understand Me? Perspectives in Black and White
Panel Discussion
A panel of Hampton Roads natives of "black" and "white" races shares from their experiences to open up large-group discussion about cultural differences and sensitivities that may or may not exist, but rarely get talked about openly.

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Dress for Success
Kim Wadsworth
Great material on building a professional wardrobe, grooming, dressing for an interview, professional attire that travels well, etc.

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Effective Presentations
Jeff Anderson
Advice on how to make your presentations memorable and effective.

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Email Etiquette
Kelly Levander
Standards for effective, efficient, and polite use of email in personal and professional situations.

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Ethics - Avoiding the Pitfalls
Center for Student Development Panel
A cross-disciplinary panel takes an eye-opening look at ethical pitfalls and how to avoid them.

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Etiquette You'd Better Know before Graduating
Don Meador - VP of Sales/Marketing, Landmark Hotel Group
If you hate not being sure what gifts are appropriate at work, what manners matter most when job hunting, the etiquette of introductions, or how much to tip in various settings, then this workshop is for you. This info-packed session covers many of the points of etiquette that every leader should know.

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Excel Advanced
Center for Student Development
Use the handout tutorial to learn how to import data, use the AutoFormat function, format cells, use conditional formatting, freeze panes, use advanced calculations and formulae, and integrate spreadsheets with other Microsoft Office programs.

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Financial Planning for a Lifetime
Shelley and Harry James, CPAs
Principles and advice for the wise and scriptural stewardship of financial resources throughout the lifespan.

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Finding a Job on Campus
Joel Ladd
With a focus on international students, this workshop reviews ways to find jobs on campus, how to follow-up with network contacts without "bugging" them, and critical cultural issues when applying for work in the US.

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Finding the Love of Your Life
Roger Cheeks
Importance of choosing the right mate. Healthy, godly ways to find the right mate and warning signs to avoid choosing the wrong mate.

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Finishing Well
Veronica Karaman
Principles to finish well by submitting to the Lord, in a semester and throughout life.

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Food for Thought (Critical Thinking)
Dr. Bramwell Osula
Principles for well-reasoned, insightful thinking. Gain a better understanding of critical thinking, and be challenged to reason and articulate your reasoning carefully and clearly.

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Habits of the Heart: Becoming Who He Says You Are
Dr. Corné Bekker
The One who made you knows you best. Dr. Corné Bekker shares insights from Henri Nouwen, Francis of Assisi, Thomas Merton, and others on how we can become who we were created to be.

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Habits of the Heart: Body of Christ - Growing in Community
Dr. Corné Bekker
Dr. Corné Bekker shares powerful insights from Eugene Peterson, John of the Cross, Paul Tournier, and Henri Nouwen about experiencing and developing community within the Body of Christ.

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Habits of the Heart: Fasting and Simplicity
Dr. Corné Bekker
Dr. Corne Bekker shares insights from Nouwen, Merton, Cassian, Mother Theresa of Calcutta, and others in this discussion of breaking preoccupation with self and simplifying life to make space for God.

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Habits of the Heart: Solitude and Silence
Dr. Corné Bekker
Learn to allow God to walk closely with you through the disciplines of solitude and silence. Dr. Corné Bekker shares insights of Brother Lawrence, Richard Foster, Madame Guyon, Claire of Assisi, Francois Fenelon and others.

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Habits of the Heart: Study
Dr. Corné Bekker
How often we grit and strain to be Christ-like in difficult circumstances! Christ-likeness is no "easy yoke" until we're being changed from the inside out. This workshop series explores ways to cooperate with Christ's desire to be more perfectly formed in you.

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Habits of the Heart: Submission and Service
Dr. Corné Bekker
Discover what it means to be a disciples of Christ through the words and actions of A.W. Tozer, Charles Wesley, John of the Cross, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

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Habits of the Heart: Worship and Celebration
Dr. Corné Bekker
Dr. Corné Bekker calls you to a life of celebration and worship through the insights of such spiritual giants as Charles Spurgeon, William Temple, St. Augustine, and Oswald Chambers.

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Hearing God
Gordon Robertson
Learn how God communicates with you and gain confidence in hearing his voice.

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Home Buying
Teresa Brooks
A home is a family's most valuable asset. Learn simple steps for home-buyers and how to evaluate the things that go into a wise choice (like location, price/terms, condition and seller's motivation).

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How can I Know I am in the Right Field?
Don't waste your time in school, make sure you're degree will get you into the right career field. Learn to match your passions with your goals in a manner that will serve you best.

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How to Be Interviewed and Like It
Ross-HR
Advice from professional job coach Robert Snelling to help you have come control in an interview setting and to elicit a job offer from interviewers.

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How to Bring Up Your Grades
Martin Dignard
Haven't done so well in the semester thusfar? Download some tips to help you improve your final grade for this semester and start some habits to make next semester go better.

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How to Get to the Career Fair and Win
Career Resource Center


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How to Study for Exams
Center for Student Development
Tips to help you prepare and perform well on final exams.

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Humility & the Heart of a Leader
Dr. Kathleen Patterson
Want to avoid pitfalls that have taken out many Christian leaders? This session explores the need for humility and a teachable attitude. It considers the dangers of pride, independence, and unwillingness to face areas of weakness, and offers some "best

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Impromptu Speaking
Joel Ladd
How to plan and present short-notice speeches for business and social occasions.

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International Insights on US
Enoch Charles, Gooreka Okahaabwa, Daniel Reyna, Lemuel Williams
How much do you really know about important differences between US and other world cultures? A panel of International Regent students shares their observations that provide valuable insights into US and other cultures.

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Introduction to Grant Writing
Michelle Smart
This workshop is designed for beginners and potential future grant-seekers. Get a basic overview on finding funds, discover the basics of writing grant proposals, and learn where to go to find out more.

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Job Hunting
Ross-HR
Professional job coach Robert Snelling shares clear, practical, and time-testing direction on how to get a job.

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Job Hunting Crash Course
Robert Snelling
Identify the methods of job hunting that will work best for you in this competitive job market, and learn about resources to assist in your job hunt.

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Job Hunting Resources
Ross-HR
Lists of job search websites, search engines, temp agencies, employment agencies, recruiters, recruiter directories, Christian job sites, and executive search firms from professional job coach, Robert Snelling.

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Job Search for International Students
University of Tennessee
Job search expert Donald Asher and immigration attorney Mark Rhoads offer job search tactics and legal advice to international students seeking employment opportunities in the US. Note: Some of this information will have changed since 2004.

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Last Lecture Series
Dr. Estrelda Alexander
Speakers in the Last Lecture Series were challenged to share the thoughts they'd most like to leave with students. Dr. Alexander offers encouragement to have firm convictions and be available for God to use us to change societal distress.

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Last Lecture Series
Dr. Phillip Bom
Dr. Bom discusses the importance of passing on values, principles, and faith from one generation to the next.

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Last Lecture Series
Dr. Louis Gallien
Speakers in the Last Lecture Series were challenged to share the thoughts they'd most like to leave with students. Dr. Gallien's comments contrast the experiences of Elijah at Mt. Carmel, the pinnacle of religious success, and at Mt. Horeb, the depth of

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Launching Your New Career
Career Resource Center
Material will help you: 1) Identify transferable skills that are already in place those that will need to developed, 2) clarify and refine calling, vision, career path, and target job, 3) gain renewed purpose for motivation through classwork and life experiences, 4) explore interests and work values toward ensuring an optimal work/interest fit.

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Leadership-Critical: Accountability and Personal Growth
Dr. Corné Bekker and Joel Ladd
If God gives you influence and power, will you be a godly leader or a loose cannon? This workshop with Dr. Corne Bekker and Joel Ladd will help you understand and develop a plan for sustainable accountability that promotes a godly character and holistic growth.

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Learning Styles Assessment, Implications, and Information
NC State
Take this short inventory to learn about your preferred style of learning and techniques to help you learn more effectively. Includes links to additional articles and resources.

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Life Purpose Seminar
Lynne Dittmer and Jodi Wozniak
Discover the unique dreams of your heart and learn more about your life purpose.

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Listen, Love, Learn, Live (Hearing the Call retreat keynote)
Dr. Corné Bekker
Dr. Bekker discusses the often misdiagnosed restlessness in the human heart for God, and provides an overview on how to engage the classical Christian disciplines to create space in one's life for God to meet that restlessness.

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Living Above Burnout
Brian Reiner
Understand the symptoms and causes of stress and learn strategies for living well and preventing stress from leading to burnout.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Jim Henderson
Dr. Jim Henderson shares his concern that American Christianity too seldom demonstrates or even preaches the grace found in Scripture and so often

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Lunch with a Prof
Michael and Laura Hernandez
Michael and Laura Hernandez share some of what they've learned about growing a strong marriage in the midst of life challenges.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Almarie Munley
Do you really understand the love that God has for you? Hear Dr. Munley talk about the love of God that stretches from "the east to the west".

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. LaTrelle Jackson
Dr. Jackson encourages students to engage life's big questions. What is God's plan for my life? How does it affect me and those I love? What kind of a relationship

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Lunch with a Prof
Peggy Southerland
Prof. Southerland talks about the foundational importance of learning and practicing excellence in your field to success and making an impact.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Helen Stiff-Williams
Dr. Stiff-Williams discusses character education - how to grow and develop qualities that lead to success.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Diane Chandler
Dr. Chandler speaks about the grace of God that gives us strength and allows the least qualified to prosper.

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Lunch with a Prof
Admiral Clark
Admiral Clark talks about the importance of knowing what you believe and staying true to your beliefs.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Dean Dunn
Dr. Dunn talks about the value of getting established in a good church before trying to succeed elsewhere. Q&A follows the session, related to current political figures, situations, and electi

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Sandra Bryant
Dr. Bryant talks about Biblical definitions of success, what success looks like in our lives, and the importance of focusing on God, not on the oppo

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Lunch With a Prof
Dr. Bruce E. Winston
Dr. Winston talks about the dynamics of inspiration and power in the relationships of leaders and followers.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Joseph Umidi
Dr. Dunn Dr. Umidi talks about how unique we each are and the importance of continually working out our understanding of God's plan for our lives.

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Lunch with a Prof
Dr. Kevin Spawn
Get to know Dr. Kevin Spawn better in this casual Q&A session with some of his students.

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LWP: "Things I Wish I'd Done Differently in College - or Not."
Dr. Stephen Sherman
Undergrad professor (General Education, Philosphy and Religion) Dr. Steven Sherman as he shares from the best and worst things he did in his college years.

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LWP: How to Get on the Right Side of Your Prof
Dr. William Lyons
(LWP = "Lunch with a Prof.") Relationships with professors can be some of the most influential relationships of your lifetime. Dr. William Lyons shares practical classroom dos and don'ts that build win-win relationships.

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LWP: How to Study for Finals
Dr. April Cunion
(LWP = "Lunch with a Prof.") Tips from undergrad Psychology professor Dr. April Cunion and others on how to prepare well for semester exams.

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LWP: What NOT to Write in University Papers and Exams
Dr. Graham Twelftree
Prolific author and New Testament scholar Dr. Graham Twelftree talks about some of the most glaring errors students make in their writing assignments.

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Manna- Personal Purity
Marc Santom
This workshop addresses the problem of eroding sexual and relational purity in the church and focuses on God's provisions (and abundant resources) for redemption and restored personal power, purpose, and purity.

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Master's Level Writing, Panel Discussion
University Writing Center
A panel of scholars share tips for research, personal organization, and self-management while working on academic writing assigments.

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Memory and Study Skills
Joel Ladd
Skills and techniques for efficient and effective study and recall.

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Money Management 101: Managing Your Money
Joe Braxton
Learn important budgeting and savings skills that lead to sound financial decisions.

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Money Management 601: Personal Finance for Graduate Students
Joe Braxton
Money Management 601 Personal Finance for Graduate Students Graduate students accumulate an average of $42,644 in debt by the time they leave school. In this presentation, graduate students learn tips on how to manage their personal finances so they can minimize their debt and limit the amount of money they will have to repay once they've graduated.

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Networking
Dr. Diane Wiater
This practical session includes information and exercises to take the mystery out of networking. It will help equip you will help you develop a network of people you are committed to serving, connect with providential relationships, and develop strategic

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Networking
Mark Begly
This presentation will help you become a service-oriented networker that people will appreciate instead of a schmoozer they will shun.

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Networking From Scratch
Don Asher
This handout from networking guru Don Asher contains useful tips for anyone, but is particularly geared to help younger students start building a professional network. Focus: identifying people who should be in your network, knowing what to tell contacts.

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O*Net Tutorial - Occupational Research Made Easy
Guides the user through key functions of O*Net, like finding jobs to fit one's skills and interests, tracking labor market trends, learning how to best prepare for any given job, and how to find other O*Net functions and tutorials.

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Optimism as a Lifestyle
Melanie Bedogne
In this session, participants will explore the Christian's birthright of hope and the empowering value of a positive perspective.

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Personal Finances
Teresa Brooks
No-nonsense advice on how to make wiser financial choices throughout your lifetime with real estate entrepreneur Teresa Brooks.

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Practicum Informational Panel (Psychology & Counseling)
American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), Regent Chapter
A panel of Counseling students share lessons learned in their practicum experiences from finding a site, to working with supervisors (25 minutes). Q&A follows (another 25 minutes).

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Preparing to Defend Your Dissertation
Regent School of Divinity
This School of Divinity panel discussion offers advice on how to prepare to defend your dissertation.

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Professional Etiquette
Kristyan Gilmore
This info-packed session covers many of the points of etiquette that every leader should know, like what gifts are appropriate for co-workers, the etiquette of introductions, how much to tip a bellhop, or what sending yellow roses means.

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Public Speaking Basics
Joel Ladd
This introductory workshop covers the basics of preparing, delivering, and evaluating a good speech.

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Real Estate Investing 101
Teresa Brooks
President Roosevelt said that "real estate is the basis of all wealth." Learn how real estate investment can create additional monthly income that can be leveraged to build your net worth.

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Recovery from a Promiscous Culture
Katherine Allen
A redemptive look at God's provisions to reset a godly frame of reference on sexuality and restore His people to relational freedom.

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Retirement: Making Your Money Work for You
Teresa Brooks
Learn to develop a secure and solid investment strategy with real estate to generate cash-flow for retirement years.

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Rhetoric
Prof. James Duane
Want to become a better writer, speaker, or leader? Consider common mistakes made in persuasive communication, learn to analyze an audience and generally earn the right to be heard.

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Running Effective Meetings
Dr. Diane Wiater
Learn how to prepare, facilitate, and follow up to make meetings positive and productive.

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Running for Public Office
Dr. Bob Dyer
Thinking about running for public office? Learn the basic realities of campaigning and campaign management with Virginia Beach city councilman Bob Dyer. Topics addressed will include counting the costs of running for office, preparation for a campaign, an overview of campaign processes, gathering a support team, designing and implementing a marketing strategy, and communicating a platform effectively.

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Sample Resumes
Ross-HR
Packet of professionally-prepared resumes from job coach, Robert Snelling. Includes one sample CV.

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Self-Management Strategies While Writing a Dissertation
Regent School of Divinity


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Service and Volunteering
Panel Discussion
This multi-disciplinary panel discussion explores the benefits of being involved in volunteer work and service projects, from both a career and spiritual perspective.

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Sharing Your Faith
Richard Kidd
The greatest privilege of a Christian is to nurture another person's relationship with Jesus. Learn valuable tools for building trust, guaging the receptiveness of others, and communicating your faith.

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Small Business Tax Basics
Shelley James
For entrepreneurs, private practices, or freelancers: learn about tax basics and benefits for small businesses. (Note: some specifics of tax law have changed since this presentation, and will continue to change periodically.)

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Speaking to Motivate
Joel Ladd
Principles on persuading an audience and directing them to action.

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Speaking to Persuade
Joel Ladd
Review and practice using the dynamics of a persuasive presentation.

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Speaking with Powerpoint
Craig Von Buseck
Learn to use PowerPoint as an effective part of a dynamic presentation.

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Standing Strong in Stress
Dr. Gary Roberts
This presentation provides a strong overview of causes and consequences of stress, guides the user through a comprehensive self-asessment of coping strategies for stress, and helps generate ideas for improved coping.

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Starting a Small Business
Dr. Gregory Stone
This session is designed to help would-be entrepreneurs gain an overall perspective on aspects of freelancing or starting and running a small business or practice.

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Straight Talk about Buying a House
Teresa Brooks
Practical and direct advice on getting your finances in order and buying a home (2005).

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Supervising in the Real World
Dr. Jeff Pittman
Strategies for handling some of the difficult personnel and supervisory issues that defy textbook approaches.

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Team Building
Dr. Diane Wiater
Learn about the life cycle of a team, the leadership skills needed at each stage of this cycle, how to better understand team members, and how to be a better leader and team player.

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The Christian Leader at Work
Dr. Jeff Pittman
Puzzled about demonstrating Christ in the workplace? This workshop features principles and practical examples to help you reflect the character of Christ to your subordinates and superiors (includes tips on managing your manager). Note: While exhibiting Christ's character in foundational to having a Christian testimony at work, the focus of this workshop is on leadership, not on soul-winning.

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The Secret Kingdom
Dr. Pat Robertson
Dr. Robertson discusses ten basic principles of life that people either align with or crash against: the Laws of Use, Reciprocity, Perseverance, Responsibility, Greatness, Unity, Fidelity, Change, Miracles, and Dominion. These presentations were recorded with a studio audience, so also include some Q&A sections. NOTE: A Regent login is required for this archive.

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Understanding and Working Well with the Media
Dr. Glen Corillo
Learn to understand news media and how to optimize the chances of conveying your intended message.

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Walking in Love Before Falling in Love
Craig and Charlotte Markva
Guidelines for living a whole, wise, and pure live as a single Christian preparing to marry.

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What God thinks about Sex
Rev. David Martin
A call to passionate, vibrant, and holy sexuality. (Chapel message)

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What's in Your Piggy Bank? Saving for Your Financial Goals
Joe Braxton
This session for students reinforces key concepts related to saving and investing for the future.

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When in Rome...
International Student Panel
International student panelists share some of their greatest adjustments to living in another culture. Session closes with full-group discussion examines viewpoints on where responsibility should rest to fit into a "host" culture, both as a visitor and as an immigrant.

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Why is God Always Mad At Me?
Dr. Glen Moriarty
Insights and exercises to help Christians confront negative feelings like guilt that may block their enjoyment of the advocacy of the Father.

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Writing an Effective Cover Letter
Anne Duncan
Advice on how to create cover letters that will get your resume read.

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Writing Your Dissertation: An Overview
Dr. Eric Newberg and Dr. Graham Twelftree


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Writing Your Resume
Ross-HR
Contains two articles from professional job coach Robert Snelling; "No Resume, No Problem," on gathering the raw information needed to craft a resume, and "A Paradigm Shift in Resumes," on resumes that work in an electronic age.

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