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Postdoctoral Research Symposium (Hosted by Society of Postdoctoral Scholars)
Friday Jun 3
This event will feature the work of postdoctoral scholars in Kentucky and surrounding areas, a keynote presentation by UK’s Dr. Hollie Swanson, oral presentations by Kentucky postdocs, a poster session, and a panel discussion on interviewing techniques. Abstract submissions are welcome from any discipline, with special encouragement to Kentucky and Ohio postdocs. Graduate students are welcome to participate. The 15 minute talks (including time for questions) should be general and accessible to an audience outside of the speaker's area of specialization. There is an option to present digital posters, or short films about your research on a laptop.W.T. Young Library
LINKS Center Summer Workshop on Social Network Analysis
Monday Jun 6
A week-long hands-on workshop on social network analysis (SNA). There four main tracks that run from Monday to Thursday: (a) Introduction to SNA, (b) Intro to analyzing network data, (c) Intermediate SNA, and (d) stochastic modeling of networks. On Friday there are three area-specific sessions: (a) Networks and Leadership, (b) Networks and Health, and (c) Networks and Education. See www.linksworkshop.org for details.Carol Martin Gatton Business & Economics Bldg
End of the Summer I 2016 Four-Week Intersession
Tuesday Jun 7
End of the Summer I 2016 Four-Week Intersession.
First Day of Classes of the Summer II 2016 Eight-Week Session
Thursday Jun 9
First Day of Classes of the Summer II 2016 Eight-Week Session.
Music Education Summer Training
Monday Jun 20
This program is for music and non-music educators seeking to sharpen their classroom skills and available teaching tools, as well as current graduate students seeking special certifications with their professional degree. Orff Schulwerk is “Music for Children,” a way to teach and learn music using poems, rhymes, games, songs, and dances as basic materials. The emphasis is on students as improvisers and performers. The University of Kentucky has offered Schulwerk certification for teachers for over twenty years, taught by a most prestigious team of master teachers.The William E. & Casiana Schmidt Vocal Arts Center
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