Urbana Campus Research Calendar
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Technology Services Research IT and the Scholarly Commons are hosting weekly drop-in hours to help researchers with questions about high performance computing resources.
This webinar features an overview of three case studies of community colleges that have taken intentional, explicit, and holistic steps to advance equity in access and student success. Achieving the Dream and the Aspen Institute will introduce case studies and share common findings and implications from the field.
An In-depth Look at What Happens During a State Takeover of a School District: A Case Study of East St. Louis, Illinois School District 189
This webinar will discuss the design, purpose, and utility to identify equity gaps at the program level and reflect on current policies and practices that may be contributing to inequitable outcomes, with the goal of helping change them.
The goal of this one-day workshop is to help participants gain the theoretical background and applied skills to be able to address interesting research questions using latent class analysis. By the end of the workshop, participants will have learned how to fit a preliminary latent class model to data.
This webinar includes an overview of the development of three video case activities and provides examples that illustrate tools for orchestrating equity-centered professional conversations that are challenging, purposeful, and consequential.
The Illinois Global Institute area studies centers at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign invite K-12 and community college educators and librarians to take part in a 2-day, 6-hour online professional development workshop: K-14 Education during COVID-19 in the U.S. and Abroad (https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/2321457).
UIS alum, Dr. Tosha Cantrell-Bruce, will lead a workshop on July 30, 2020 from 9 to 11 am. She will be discussing how nonprofits can use different approaches to provide both internal and external scans of their environments to maximize the efforts and reach the most clients as possible.
This introductory class offered by Sarah Rice, an information specialist at Forefront in Chicago, will provide you the basic steps for developing a fundraising plan, including tips on: - Making your case for support - Diversifying your organization's fundraising base - Creating a plan of action