Excel 2016 – Intermediate Training

What you will learn: By the end of class, attendees will understand how to work within the Excel environment to better leverage its functionality. This course will cover working with cell ranges and tables, creating data validation drop-down lists for data entry, conditional formatting, removing duplicate records, an introduction to more advanced functions, and creating…

Disabilities Seminar with Sarah Rose

Sarah Rose – History, UT Arlington “Why won’t they get hearing aids?’ Insurance, Age, Disability, and Medical Technology” CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) will be provided at this session for deaf and hard of hearing participants and audience members. Open to faculty, staff and graduate students

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting & Copyright Workshop

This workshop is for graduate students at any stage of the thesis or dissertation process. If you’re just starting out, you can build your own template for future use. If you’re nearing the end, come join us for some quick tips that will save you some time and trouble as you move forward. Watson Presentation/Videoconferencing Room…

Film Screening of “Paywall” & Discussion

Join us on October 29 for a film screening of “Paywall: The Business of Scholarship,” a documentary that takes a critical look at for-profit scholarly publishing and its implications. Watch the movie trailer ➡️vimeo.com/217495703 6 p.m. – Doors open 7 p.m. – Screening of “Paywall” 8:15 p.m. – Panel discussion + audience Q&A The panel…

Dr. Lundy Braun Seminar: Chronic Conditions

What: Andrew W. Mellon Found Sawyer Seminar- Chronic Conditions: Knowing, Seeing and Healing the Body in Global Africa When: Monday, October 28th Time: 5:00 PM Where: KU Medical Center, Health Education Building, Rm G 109 Dr. Lundy Braun will give a talk at The University of Kansas Medical Center titled “Race Correction of Lung Function:…

Generating a Teaching Statement

In this extended (1.5-hour) workshop from 12:30– 2:00PM, we will use a Generative Knowledge Interviewing (GKI) hybrid method to get you started writing your teaching statement. Participants of this workshop will write and share stories in response to provided prompts. Everyone will leave with content and an idea of how to structure your own teaching…

Writing a Teaching Statement – Center for Teaching Excellence

Final Friday Workshops are lunchtime (read PIZZA) workshops for experienced GTAs who want to discuss different facets of teaching in higher education. All workshops are located at CTE (Budig 135) and will be from noon to 1pm. You must sign-up to attend the workshops as space is limited and we will need to know your…

Navigating Conflicts with Students – Center for Teaching Excellence

Final Friday Workshops are lunchtime (read PIZZA) workshops for experienced GTAs who want to discuss different facets of teaching in higher education. All workshops are located at CTE (Budig 135) and will be from noon to 1pm. You must sign-up to attend the workshops as space is limited and we will need to know your…

An Evening with Edwidge Danticat

Edwidge Danticat, the celebrated author of Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work, will visit the KU campus to discuss her book and its selection as the 2018–19 KU Common Book. (Material provided by Penguin Random House) Learn more at commonbook.ku.edu Free and open to the public – no tickets required.