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You're invited to attend a free 30-minute training on Hands-Only CPR provided by the American Heart Association. Not only will you learn a skill that can save lives, there will be music and fun on-site. Additionally, everyone who gets trained will take home a free CPR kit to share this important life-saving information with loved ones. We hope to see you there!

Training times are: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m.,1 p.m., and 2 p.m. To register for one of these training times, please click More on this Announcement.

Event Date: September 24; 10:00-3:00
Location: Keen Johnson Plaza
Cost: FREE

Contact Information: Erin Bailey, 859-622-1324
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Do you have an interest in pursuing grant funding, but don’t know where to apply? Join Sponsored Programs for an informational session that will show you where to look for funding and how to evaluate what you find. Bring your project ideas and keywords.

To register, click "More On This Announcement" below.

Event Date: October 01; 9:30-10:45 a.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Crabbe 318

Contact Information: Noel Studio, 622-7403
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Acclaimed pianist Nada, will perform at EKU on Sept. 17. Click "More On This Announcement" below to read about Nada's distinguished career.

Event Date: September 17; 7:30 p.m.
Location: Gifford Theatre, Campbell Building
Cost: Free


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Join EKU faculty and staff to discuss development of more intentional critical reading instruction. Instructors from across disciplines will describe active, metacognitive approaches they have implemented to improve students’ critical reading.

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Event Date: September 24; 12:30-1:45 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Crabbe 318

Contact Information: Noel Studio, 622-7403
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Transparency and Learning and Teaching is a framework for designing courses to explicitly guide students through the processes of college work. For students who have never written a research paper, it provides scaffolding to approach the project, and explains the purpose of assignments as motivation to complete them. For advanced students, it helps them conform to particular standards within a discipline. This session will explore how to identify assignments that might benefit from transparency, and how to break them into parts and explanations to guide students in the creation of the final paper for an upper division course, and discuss the lessons learned from implementing these practices on an upper division undergraduate writing assignment.

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Event Date: September 17; 2-3:15 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Crabbe 318

Contact Information: Noel Studio, 622-7403
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BBQ Chicken Stromboli
Sauteed Mushrooms
Lo Mein Noodles
Hamburger on White Roll
Turkey Soup with Brown Rice
Oreo (R) Cookie Crumb Cupcake

11 a.m.
Location: Upper Case
Cost: $9.00

Contact Information: Jeremy Hacker, 859-622-5005
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