School of Music instructor of music education Michelle Swanson will coordinate this online workshop. For more information, contact Michelle.Swanson@uni.edu.
The 10th annual African American Children and Families Conference, "The Time is Now: Restructuring Our Mind and Spirit" will be a virtual one-day conference this year. The conference, sponsored by the UNI College of Education with support by the President's and Provost's offices, will offer a general public track and youth tracks. Registrants will receive webinar links upon registration. J. Luke Wood, from San Diego State University, will kick off the general public conference with a keynote session on "Black Minds Matter." Other topics include community development; the role of parents, educators and students; literacy; diversity issues in schools; and a panel discussion on perspectives and lives of Black girls. Get details at aac.uni.edu.
Who should attend: Pre-service and in-service teachers, administrators, childcare providers, law enforcement, policy makers, social workers, health professionals, business leaders, employers, students, faculty -- anyone committed to improving the lives of children! Free to UNI faculty, staff and students with minimal fee for general public. Register at aac.uni.edu/registration.
While the typical format for this historic jazz festival will not be possible this year, the tradition lives on in an online setting! Bands are welcome to participate by submitting video performances, and participating in online workshops with incredible guest artists and our esteemed UNI jazz faculty. Additionally, the SDIJ Showcase concert will be online and free for all to watch. Find out more at www.tallcornjazzfest.com.
Led by Helen Harton, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, this session will present and discuss ethical issues in data storage and management, as well as how to ethically author and present your results using various methods of dissemination.
UNI keyboard faculty will coordinate this online day of learning for pianists and organists. For more information and to register, visit https://music.uni.edu/uni-keyboard-day .
This panel will help participants become acquainted with key ethical issues involved in quantitative research and scholarship. It will include an interactive discussion on such topics as integrity in authorship, data management, and collaboration as they pertain to quantitative research methods. This panel discussion will be led by Helen Harton, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and include other faculty members who are experts in quantitative research methodologies.
Panelists in this workshop will help participants become acquainted with key ethical issues involved in research and scholarship. This event will include an interactive discussion on topics related to power relationships, including issues involving gender, race, and ethnicity. This panel discussion will be led by Helen Harton, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and include other faculty members.
UNI Export Controls Officer Kyle Fogt will outline what faculty and staff need to know about federal export control regulations, which govern the “exporting” (sharing) of information, equipment, or software with individuals from other countries. Those who travel internationally, are engaged in sensitive technical research, use special equipment, and/or have international students or collaborators are especially encouraged to attend. You will learn which “exports” are controlled and how to guard against violating these laws and regulations, as well as what the consequences may be if you do so.
School of Music instructor of music education Michelle Swanson will coordinate this workshop. For more information, contact Michelle.Swanson@uni.edu.
Faculty artist Yu-Ting (Tina) Su and students from the UNI horn studio will coordinate this virtual event. For more information, contact Yu-Ting.Su@uni.edu.
Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra conductor Erik Rohde and the UNI String Division faculty will coordinate this online event. Contact Erik.Rohde@uni.edu for more details.