The Building Managers Seminar brings together both professionals and students working within facilities management to develop skills and learn from one another.

Professionals will have the opportunity to share best practices for building manager training and gain additional skills around student supervision and engagement. Students who work in union operations or serve as building managers will further develop their skill set to perform tasks in their current role on campus and serve them as leaders in the future.

See the details below for more information about the multi-day virtual event taking place September 22–23. Sessions are planned on leadership, inclusive spaces, customer service, assessing learning, mentorship and sponsorship, training programs, emergency management, and peer supervision.

If you have any questions related to the virtual seminar, please email Justin Rudisille at jrudisille@acui.org.

Seminar Information

Below you will find more details for the 2021 virtual seminar. Current registrants will receive instructions for how to access all sessions. Access links for activities will be available in a web-based virtual event platform, and all sessions and roundtables will facilitated via Zoom meetings. Attendees are recommended to have access to a web camera and microphone to support engagement during the program, but no additional software should be required to participate.

Featured Speaker: Reagan Pugh

Reagan Pugh speaks to college audiences around the country on leadership, self-awareness, overcoming fear, and living a meaningful life. He’s worked with thousands of students as a speaker, workshop facilitator, and guest professor - teaching a leadership course he designed at Texas State University, Trinity University, and Angelo State University.

Reagan's speeches, workshops and virtual sessions guide attendees to practice gratitude, develop healthy mindsets, and take purposeful action so they can recommit to their work and lives with excitement. He's delivered keynote speeches and trainings around the world at organizations like Facebook, Cardinal Health, the US Air Force, Meals on Wheels, National FFA Organization, and the American Red Cross.

He is a TEDx speaker, frequent podcast guest, and secretly publishes poetry online under a pen name (ask him about this). His first book on helping highly emotional people get unstuck and find joy will be released in 2022.

You can learn more about Reagan and his current work at reaganpugh.com.

 

 

Picture of Reagan Pugh

Virtual Event Platform

Access information, session details, and archived resources will only be available to seminar attendees. Registrants will need to create an account with Eventsential to access locked down features via the desktop site or mobile app.

  • Registrations should follow the direct access links in the email received entitled "Begin Your ACUI Building Managers Seminar Experience" to connect with the virtual platform.
  • Either visit the desktop site or download the Eventsential app from your phone’s app store.
  • Select “Log In” in the upper right corner.
  • As prompted, enter the email address used when you registered for the seminar.
    • If you have never created an account with Eventsential, it will ask for your first and last name, then send an email for you to sign in to the event (as confirmation of your identity).
    • If you have created an account with Eventsential before, it will simply send an email that will allow you to sign in to the event.
  • When logging in to Eventsential in the future, you will simply need to provide your email address, then use the link provided via email to access your account. There is no requirement to create a password.

Seminar Schedule

Explore the current schedule of when activities will occur on September 22–23, including featured sessions, breakouts, and roundtables.

Schedule of Events

 

Registration

Online registration is now closed for the event. Please contact us at 812.245.2284 or acui@acui.org with any questions. The registration cancellation policy is available here.