Professional Development Institute
The 44th PDI is an opportunity to connect with each other, learn together, explore new ideas, network, and celebrate our CSU community.
PDI offers CSU faculty, state classified personnel, administrative professionals, and graduate students an opportunity to explore a wide range of topics designed to enhance their professional growth and personal enrichment as we try to address the whole person and bring balance between work related skills and personal advancement. The purpose of PDI is to provide an opportunity to bring us all together to share ideas, explore issues, and gain insights into learning, teaching, and service, as well as other professional and personal activities.
Together We Can!
The 44th CSU Professional Development Institute
LORY STUDENT CENTER and MORGAN LIBRARY
January 9, 10, and 11, 2023
Call for Proposals
Please Note: If you would like to present virtually, In the Proposal information, please specify “Self set up virtual room” option in the “Additional Preferences”.
Once the schedule has been created and posted, please set up and invite Debora Colbert to the Team or Zoom session.
You will also need to send this link to the roster of participants in December or early January.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Deb Colbert.
PDI happens each year in January in the week prior to the start of spring semester. The call for proposals generally opens sometime in October with a due date in mid-November. Once proposals are accepted and scheduled, registration will begin in early December.
“Together We Can!” is the theme for 2023. Presenters and participants will share ideas on topics such as sustainability, inclusivity across campus, health and wellbeing, creating positive change together, and gaining new insights from each other.
Select year to view programs, handouts, and videos:
"Together, we have the power to inspire, connect, and deliver on new opportunities and rich experiences that can open doors to innovation and progress while growing global economies and increasing well-being.”