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Want to encourage students to come to you with their questions and concerns? Try using "Open Online Office Hours." In Zoom, copy your custom URL or meeting code. Provide it to your students. Let them know what times you will be available and open a Zoom meeting during those times. You can establish online office hours each week or you can open it before you start working on a project and send them a quick message letting them know they are free to pop in. It’s a simple way of letting our students know we are here to help.
Event Date: March 31;
The Scholars Week Alumni Spotlight offers the campus community the opportunity to hear about academic experiences, success stories and lessons learned from EKU alumni.
The 2020 Alumni Spotlight speaker is Dr. Gary Booth. Dr. Booth earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from EKU, before completing his Ph.D. at Ohio State. Professionally, he served as the vice-president for research and development at Procter and Gamble and established the Booth Scholars Program with his wife Jane to enhance the undergraduate educational experience of students from EKU’s service region who are majoring in science or mathematics.
Dr. Booth will discuss his career, his advocacy, and how EKU students and faculty can work together to lead the nation along new research avenues, such as renewable energies. This event will be hosted on Zoom. (https://eku.zoom.us/j/9770477790)
Event Date: April 07; Noon-1 p.m.
In this session, Dr. Shabnam Haghishahir of the Department of Chemistry will explain how she conducts chemistry labs in her online courses. Shabnam will also explain how she guides students to prepare to do the experiments and how to take online exams.
View it online via Zoom at: https://zoom.us/j/398137828
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Event Date: March 31; 1:00 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
The artwork of several student artists is featured on the EKU Libraries website. We encourage you to check out the exhibit, and then join us on our Facebook page beginning April 6 to take part in the voting process for the winning pieces. Click "More On This announcement" to visit the online exhibit.
Event Date: March 31;