- Race in U.S. Health Care |
- Race and Voting Rights |
Teacher Education Small and Rural School Networking Night |
This Networking Night - in the Buzzard Hall Atrium - is a great opportunity for EIU teacher education students to connect with teachers, principals, and other school administrators from approximately 20 area school districts and learn more about opportunities to become a rural teacher. Building relationships with area school representatives can lead to teaching positions after graduation! This event is hosted by EIU College of Education, EIU Career Services, EIU Rural Teacher Corps, and EIU Student Government.Tags: Academic Calendar | Colllege of Education | Communication Disorders and Sciences | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Elementary Education | Faculty | Kinesiology and Sports Studies | Mathematics and Computer Science | Music Department | Prospective Students
- Race in American Politics |
Fall Into Wellness: Health Fair and Flu Shot Clinic |
You may have heard that Health and Counseling Services is hosting the 2019 Fall Into Wellness Health Fair! This will be held on October 8th from 10am-4pm in the University Ballroom. Fall Into Wellness includes tables with a variety of health and wellness related information and giveaways from organizations and businesses at EIU and from the outside community. The organizations and businesses have been recruited and coordinated by the Health Education Resource Center (HERC).
In addition, there will be free flu shots for students located in the University Ballroom. Staff, faculty, and retirees can receive their flu shot in the Bridge Lounge in the MLK Jr. Union and check out the Health Fair as well. It is up to us to spread the word so that we can have a healthier EIU!
Let’s do our part in creating a healthier EIU! Please remind all of your students, employees, and coworkers to come get their flu shot on October 8th from 10am-4pm and prompt them to spread the word! Feel free to forward this email along to anyone who may find it helpful!
For more information check out eiu.edu/herc/healthfair.php or contact email@example.com with any questions!Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Alumni | College of Health and Human Services | Current Students | Faculty | Health Education Resource Center
OPT Optional Practical Training Info Session |
From the Office of International Students & Scholars (OISS)
With Optional Practical Training, you can apply knowledge that you gained in your degree program to practical off-campus work within your major field!
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Assistant Dean of International Education Andy Kabasele will answer your questions about maintaining your status during OPT.Tags: Admissions | Africana Studies | Art Department | Booth Library | Career Services | Center for the Humanities | College of Health and Human Services | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Colllege of Education | Communication Disorders and Sciences | Communication Studies | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Elementary Education | English Department | Family and Consumer Sciences | Foreign Languages | General Studies Degree | Gerontology | Graduate School | Journalism Department | Kinesiology and Sports Studies | Lectures/Seminars | Lumpkin College of Business & Technology | Mathematics and Computer Science | Minority Affairs | Music Department | Office of International Students and Sch | Office of Student Programs | Philosophy | Pine Honors College | Political Science | School of Business | School of Technology | Student Life Office | Student Success Center | Study Abroad | Women's Studies
- CGS Executive Committee Meeting |
- Cover Letter Writing |
The HIV Crisis in America: The Long Road to Action |
“For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform,” an exhibit that celebrates the citizen groups that have tried to make quality health care accessible to all, will be on display at Booth Library from Sept. 23 through Nov. 2, 2019.Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
The HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States has a long history with offerings of important lessons for practitioners and public alike. Building upon the momentum of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, the gay community formed citizen action groups in cities across the nation. Citizen action became especially necessary as the federal response to HIV/AIDS research and policy stalled. Initially, these citizen action groups worked to educate gay men about Hepatitis B and promote research on sexually transmitted diseases. The pathogen that would come to be know as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) likely circulated for decades before attracting systematic attention. Many citizen action groups began to produce sex-positive, norm-based prevention programs that curtailed infection rates among gay men within the first three years of the epidemic. The passage of the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act opened the next chapter of the American HIV/AIDS story which saw the transition from a nascent, largely reactive national response to a more forward-looking approach.
Dr. Sheila Simons, professor, Department of Health Promotion
A specialist in the field of epidemiology and human diseases, Dr. Simons’ research interest involves infectious diseases and their respective preventive methods, surveillance and distribution. Dr. Simons serves as a Certified Reporter for EpiCore, a disease notification dissemination service associated with ProMED (Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases). Dr. Simons is a Professor in the Department of Health Promotion where she is the graduate coordinator and teaches Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiology in Public Health. Dr. Simons joined the Department of Health Promotion Faculty in August of 1992.
The exhibit and all programs are free and open to the public. For more information on the exhibit, visit https://library.eiu.edu/exhibits/forallthepeople/.
Which Came First? |
Ever considered raising your own chickens for farm-fresh eggs and meat, or even to save money? Terry Davis will talk through the pros and cons that he's learned through his rather humorous experiences with this endeavor. He will discuss set up, types of coops, care and feeding requirements, and some of the ups & downs he has experienced.
Offered by the Academy of Lifelong Learning; presented by Terry Davis.
Free and open to the public. Registration requested at 581-5114 by 10/8/19.Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Faculty
Making Excellence Inclusive: RISE Conference |
Please join us for the 3rd annual Making Excellence Inclusive: Together We RISE (Reaching Inclusivity for Student Excellence) Conference.
The conference features keynote speaker Dr. Mary Howard-Hamilton, author and the Bayh College of Education Coffman Distinguished Research Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at Indiana State University.
The conference also includes concurrent sessions with various topics related to diversity and inclusion as they relate to creating a climate that fosters student excellence.
Registration is free for members of the EIU community, $20 for non-EIU attendees, and $10 for non-EIU graduate students.
Visit the following link for more information: https://www.eiu.edu/mei/conference.php
Contact Jim Howley, conference planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.Tags: Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Diversity/Inclusive Excellence | Faculty
Woods Management for the Property Owner |
Join us again at Douglas Hart Nature Center for a session on how to manage your own property. Our guest presenter, Ian Pendergast-White, holds a master's degree in forestry and is an ISA certified arborist. Topics will include but are not limited to: invasive species management, timber stand improvement, water shed management, managing your property for wildlife, tools of the trade, and hazardous tree assessment. From half an acre to one thousand acres, no property or concern is too big or too small. Wear appropriate attire, as we plan to be outside for part of this educational session.Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Faculty