FREE FLU SHOT DAY |
Students! Did you miss your flu shot? It's not too late. Head over to the Medical Clinic (Human Services Building in the South Quad) on January 24 OR January 31 between the hours of 8:30am - 11:30am and 1:30pm - 4:30pm for a FREE vaccine. No appointment necessary, just come on in!
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommend getting the flu vaccine to prevent against different flu viruses. It's important to protect yourself and others as we get this semester started!Tags: Art Department | Col. of Education & Professional Studies | College of Arts and Humanities | College of Business and Applied Sciences | College of Sciences | Communication Disorders and Sciences | Communication Studies | Current Students | Elementary Education | English Department | Faculty Development | Family and Consumer Sciences | Foreign Languages | Gerontology | Graduate School | Health Education Resource Center | Honors College | Housing | Interdisciplinary Center for Global Diversity | International Programs | Journalism Department | Kinesiology and Sports Studies | LGBTQA Resource Center | Mathematics and Computer Science | Minority Affairs | Music Department | New Student Programs | NRHH/RHA | Office of Student Programs | Philosophy | Political Science | School of Business | School of Continuing Education | School of Technology | Student Life Office | Student Success Center | Study Abroad | Theatre Arts Department | TotalEIU | University Board | Veterans Affairs | Women's Studies
Maximizing Your (and Your Students’) Use of Citation Management Software |
The Office of Faculty Development invites you to a 3pm January 31 workshop in Witters Conference Room, 4440 Booth Library, that will enhance faculty's familiarity with and use of freely available citation management tools.
Whether you are just beginning to use these tools or use them regularly for basic citation curation, the session will promote your capacity to organize, cite, collaborate on, network with, and discover research-related documents. This workshop will help faculty introduce Mendeley and Zotero to their students as well as use them for their own research. Join Kirstin Duffin and Steve Brantley of Booth Library, who have provided citation management instruction in sessions and on a one-on-one basis, for a brief introduction, a series of tips and best practices, and a discussion regarding the use of these tools across disciplines.Tags: Faculty | Faculty Development | Lectures/Seminars
(Dis)abilities in the Classroom |
(Dis)abilities in the Classroom, Tues., Feb. 13, 3:30-4:30, 4440 Booth LibraryTags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Faculty | Faculty Development
How do ability and disability intersect? Abbey Lesko-Youngberg, Disabilities Services; Gail Richard, Autism Center; and Stephanie Woodley, Special Education lead this Faculty Development workshop on ways to meet the needs of students with disabilities in and out of the classroom. Join us for brief suggestions of and ways to modify instructional techniques and materials to facilitate (universal) success.
(Dis)abilities in the Classroom |
(Dis)abilities in the Classroom, part of Let's Talk Do Teaching series, Tues., Feb. 27, 3:30-4:30, 3732 Coleman Hall (note new date and room!)How do ability and disability intersect? The Faculty Development, which has offered workshops on universal design, invites you to this workshop - presented by Abbey Lesko-Youngberg, Assistant Director, Disabilities Services; Gail J Richard, Director of Autism Center; and Stephanie Woodley, Assistant Professor, Special Education - on ways to meet the needs of students with disabilities in and out of the classroom, and ways to modify course materials for wider (universal) success. The format is a set of opening remarks, followed by a wider discussion.Tags: Faculty | Faculty Development
Managing Your Online Faculty Profile |
Britto Nathan, Biological Sciences; Lisa Dallas, LCBAS, SCE, CATS; Todd Bruns, Booth Library; and Jay Grabiec, CATS Tuesday, 20 March @ 11 in Witters Conference Room, 4440 Booth Library. The workshop offers quick, innovative, and effective ways to curate your academic presence online, from the Faculty Profile option on EIU's site, to tips on how to most effectively use The Keep repository service of Booth Library, to a possible, new and dynamic interface for updating faculty websites hosted by EIU.Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Faculty | Faculty Development
EIU Student Research and Creative Activity Conference |
EIU Student Research and Creative Activity Conference – Friday March 23, 2018
Eastern Illinois University invites all students doing independent research, scholarship, or creative activity in any discipline to share their work at the Student Research and Creative Activity Conference. There will be diverse opportunities for sharing through posters, short presentations, panels, round-tables, performances, and displays of artwork. Students will have the opportunity to hone their skills as presenters and to talk about their work with fellow students, faculty, and staff from across the university. Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to participate.
Submit your proposal via the conference website –
By the deadline – Friday, February 23rd, 2018
Richard England Dean of the Sandra and Jack Pine Honors CollegeTags: Academic Calendar | Academic/Event Scheduling | Admissions | Art Department | Booth Library | Col. of Education & Professional Studies | College of Arts and Humanities | College of Business and Applied Sciences | College of Sciences | Communication Disorders and Sciences | Communication Studies | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Elementary Education | English Department | Faculty | Faculty Development | Family and Consumer Sciences | Foreign Languages | Gerontology | Graduate School | Honors College | Journalism Department | Kinesiology and Sports Studies | Lectures/Seminars | Mathematics and Computer Science | Music Department | Philosophy | Political Science | School of Business | School of Technology | Student Success Center | Theatre Arts Department