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The Van Hoose employee lot will be closed due to COVID-19 testing from Jan. 14-19. Park in the Van Hoose commuter lot on these dates.

Event Date: January 14; Jan. 14-19
Contact Information: EKU Parking & Transportation, 622-7275

Employee tuition waiver applications for spring 2021 semester are due Jan. 22. There is only one deadline date for the semester.

Waivers must be submitted prior to the full term drop/add deadline for each semester. This includes all terms/sessions within the semester. For example, if taking courses spring first or second session, the waiver is still due on the same deadline date as classes taken spring full term. Per policy, waivers submitted after this date will be rejected.

It is the employee's responsibility to submit a waiver. Signed waivers should be emailed to Scan the front and back to a PDF file. To learn more about the tuition waiver program, click "More On This Announcement" below.

Contact Information: Teri Begley, 622-6835
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Sign up to attend one or all of our Tech Tools Mini-Series sessions, where you can learn about one topic at a time in 30 minutes (or less). Find out more about the interaction tools in Zoom and Blackboard. Explore the features in products such as Flipgrid and Jamboard.

All sessions will be held online via Zoom. For details and to register, click "More On This Announcement" below.

In this session, Vicki Sikora of IDC will discuss tips on how to organize your course in Blackboard for a course that runs smoothly, anticipates student questions and reduces the number of clicks required of students to complete their work.

By the end of this session, you will be able to create and delete menu items, folders, and course links in Blackboard, prepare concise outlines and develop your own tutorials for students.

Register to Attend Here (Zoom link emailed after registration.)

Event Date: January 13; 11 a.m.
Location: Online via Zoom

Contact Information: Nedim Slijepcevic

The Noel Studio is available for spring 2021 to help your students with essays, presentations, research posters, visual aids and more. We offer online consultations to students from any major or class, and at any stage of the communication process⁠—from brainstorming to final revision and every point in between.

Mention us on your spring syllabi; embed our informational flyers, links and videos in your Blackboard course shells; and/or host a meeting using Zoom, Collaborate or other meeting software “About the Noel Studio Q&A” with a consultant to encourage your students to make use of our consultation services.

To bring Noel Studio pedagogy into your spring 2021 classrooms, our Collaborate workshops, which explore foundational writing and communication topics, are now available in fully digital/online formats.

Click "More On This Announcement" below for more information about Noel Studio services.

Location: Online

Critical reading is a foundational skill for success in college, yet students often can't or don't read assigned texts in the ways instructors expect. As instructors, we can often be unclear about our role in helping to develop students’ critical reading habits. Using a multidisciplinary study, Critical Reading in Higher Education, and Reading Apprenticeship pedagogy, professional learning community (PLC) participants will examine the role of reading in their disciplinary courses, learn strategies for explicit instruction in metacognitive critical reading and design critical reading assignments and assessments that measure student learning. Facilitated by QEP Co-Director Jill Parrott.

Register by clicking "More On This Announcement" below.

Synchronous meetings, time TBD by participants
Location: Online

In this workshop, participants will learn strategies that they can use this semester for incorporating Transparency into their classroom to enhance student learning. Transparent teaching has been shown to increase student success, motivation and engagement.

Participants will review samples of Transparent assignments while discussing applications for their own teaching. Participants will receive a Transparency toolkit with updated and expanded resources for use in future assignments this semester.

Through this session, participants will:
-Analyze Transparent assignment design
-Apply Transparent assignment design to their own teaching
-Develop strategies for Transparent assignment design

Register by clicking "More On This Announcement" below.

Event Date: January 27; 2:30-3:20 p.m.
Location: Online

Café Burrier will open on Tuesday, Feb. 9, under the direction of Chef Sangwook Kang.

Enjoy a variety of delicious meals served on Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. for only $9 each. View the menu and place an order. Due to COVID restrictions, we offer takeout only.

Cost: $9

Contact Information: Teresa New , 859-622-6173
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Join the staff of the EKU Counseling Center today for a workshop on emotional regulation. This workshop will focus on science-based methods of managing your emotions, providing activities and tools that can help you feel more grounded and in control of your emotional functioning.

Event Date: January 13; 10:30 a.m.
Location: Online
Cost: Free

In this workshop we will discuss factors that impact motivation, as well as ways to stay motivated during these uncertain times. Join EKUCC clinician Nick Rogell, LPCC, for this workshop on how to address motivation to improve your personal performance.

Event Date: January 13; 1 p.m.
Location: Online
Cost: Free