May 1, 2017 Announcements

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    Monday, May 1, 2017
     
     
     
    DID YOU KNOW
    UofL’s Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) was established in 2013 to preseve recordings, photos, videos, set lists, fan mail and other artifacts of the Louisville underground music scene from the late 1970s to the present. LUMA was recently awarded a grant by the Kentucky Oral History Commission to add oral histories to its collection. 
     
    FACULTY AND STAFF NOTABLES
    Michelle L. Baxter, a faculty member at the University of Louisville Schools of Dentistry and Nursing, is one of 30 advanced practice nurses in the United States chosen as a fellow of the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program. During the yearlong program, fellows will learn leadership and management skills to provide more effective and efficient health care services to underserved populations in their community.
     
     
    UofL Today with Mark Hebert
    WHAS-TV, Great Day Live
    Mondays at 9:30 a.m. Segments can be found on YouTube. WHAS-TV and WLKY-TV also run the UofL stories in their Monday afternoon and Saturday morning newscasts, respectively
    Monday, May 1: The winners of the Grawemeyer Award for Education, Diana Hess and Paula McAvoy, lead a discussion with Central High School students.
     
    Radio Show
    Airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. during UofL baseball season on 93.9 FM TheVille; replayed on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Podcasts can be found on SoundCloud. This week’s schedule:
    Monday, May 1: More college athletics departments are using data analytics to make sure their student-athletics are performing at their peaks. Paul Jones and Alex Calder are the sports performance specialists at UofL. Cody Clark is a UofL grad with autism who’s now using magic to raise awareness about autism. Nariman Moustafa is a Fulbright Scholar from Egypt who has spent the past year in Louisville.
    Wednesday, May 3: UofL Student Government Association President Aaron Vance. Former Louisville mayor, Lt. Governor and Obama Administration official Jerry Abramson talks about his career and UofL. Nurse practitioner Kari Moore talks about the upcoming Knock Out Stroke event.
     
    Metro TV and KET KY – The Kentucky Channel
    (Metro TV – Ch. 99 on UVerse, Ch. 25 on TWC): Monday and Tuesday nights at 7:30, Thursday 6:30 p.m., Friday 8:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:30 p.m. (KET KY – Ch. 192 on TWC, other channels): Thursdays at 5 p.m.  Metro TV shows on UofL’s YouTube channel.
    This week: The Kent School of Social Work’s new dean, David Jenkins, took a circuitous route to social work and UofL. The director of UofL’s center for Asian Democracy, Jason Abbott, talks about North Korea.
     
    Miscellaneous
    Go365 email and calendaring migration
    Information Technology is in the first phase of implementing Microsoft Office365 services and products for employees. UofL’s go365 begins soon with a migration of all email and calendaring. All employee and sponsored Exchange/Outlook accounts will be migrated in groups starting next month into early fall. IT has a dedicated website for information as it becomes available and will work closely with Tier1 staff to assist everyone for a successful transition. Employees will be notified in advance of their scheduled migration date and will be able to find it on ULink under Personal Info. General customer service and technical support is available both before and after this migration date.
    Additional Information: Website
     
    HSC Research Forum today
    May 1, 12-1 p.m., Clinical &Translational Research Building Room 101/102
    The HSC Research Forum will feature talks by Nancy Tierney, Dr. Jon Klein, Dr. Allison Ratterman, Dr. Kevyn Merten, Dr. Scott Whittemore, and Dr. Craig McClain. The topics will cover Res Space Dollar Density, Conflicts of Interest, HSC Res Office, UofL Rules & Information, Res Hiring Frost, What’s New at the NIH, and Research Program/Core Highlights: Spinal Cord Injury.
    Additional Information: 852-7794, email
     
    Attorney General Andy Beshear one of the keynote speakers at Optimal Aging Conference
    The 2017 Optimal Aging Conference, set for June 11-13, will bring together professionals, academics, older adults, community members and caregivers to explore new perspectives on aging. Continuing Education opportunities available. The registration deadline is quickly approaching. Register online
    Additional Information: Read more 
     
    Call for nominations – Outstanding Community Engagement Awards
    Nominations are now being accepted for the 9th Annual Outstanding Community Engagement Awards. The awards recognize faculty, staff, students, and community partners who are engaged in exemplary community engagement activities such as volunteerism, community based learning, outreach, partnerships, curricular engagement or community based research on a local, regional, rural or international level. Nominations are due May 18. See award website for more information.
    Additional Information: Website 
     
    Apply now for Delphi U Online Summer 2017
    June 12-Aug. 6; Online; Free
    The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning announces an online course, Delphi U Online, to prepare instructors to teach online. Participants will learn two primary concepts: What it is like to be an online learner and how to effectively teach online. This is for full and part-time faculty planning to teach a new fully online course or enhance an online course between Summer 2017 and Summer 2018. Registration is now open and positions are limited.
    Additional Information: Deb Hatfield, 852-0412, website
     
    Training and Workshops
    Webinar: ‘The logical framework that holds your grant proposal together’
    April 28, 2-3 p.m., Room 123, Clinical & Translational Research Bldg., HSC; Free
    You will gain knowledge on: Using the Specific Aims page as a “foundation” during the writing of the application; Tthe essential components of the Specific Aims page and how to write them; How many Aims should you include? Explain the importance of the Specific Aims page relative to the other parts of the application; The importance – or not – of the hypothesis during the writing of your Specific Aims page; and How to use your Specific Aims page to convince reviewers your work has Impact.
    Additional Information: Carla Jones, 852-2454, website
     
    Professional development and networking opportunity at 2017 Pedagogicon pre-conference workshop
    May 18, 1-4 p.m., First Floor, Crabbe Library, EKU, Richmond, KY; $50
    The 2017 Pedagogicon- Innovations in Teaching Learning Conference, sponsored by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, is May 19 at Eastern Kentucky University. May 18 a pre-conference workshop hosted by the Kentucky ACE Women’s Leadership Network will be held. The speaker Maria del Carmen Salazar, will focus on leading through inclusive excellence.
    Additional Information: Website, 852-8976
     
    Studies
    Adults with hearing aids wanted for research study
    April 27, MDA Building, HSC Campus
    We are looking for adults (ages 45 – 85) with hearing loss to participate in a research study that will assist us with developing an online program to educate people about hearing loss and help them self-manage their communication problems. Participants will attend a focus group, test our online training modules, or partake in a pilot study examining the effectiveness of the online program. Participants will be compensated $20/hour. 
    Additional Information: Email, 852-3990
     
    Carnosine for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Study
    The UofL Health Sciences Center is seeking PAD patients between age 50-80 with and without claudication to determine whether Carnosine/Placebo supplementation for 6 months improves walking ability. The study has been approved by UofL IRB (#16.0047). Principal Investigators are Shahid Baba,PhD/Amit Dwivedi,MD
    Additional Information: Leslie Haysley, 852-2801
     
    Sustainability
    Green Tips for faculty/staff leaving for summer
    Before leaving campus for the summer, consider two actions to conserve and save: 1. Make sure your office or lab won’t be wasting energy while you’re away; turn off lights, computers and equipment, set thermostats to 80, shut windows tightly, and unplug everything possible: empty refrigerators, chargers, coffee makers, printers, and all non-essential equipment. 2. Give up the hassle and expense of driving to campus next year and receive a $400 voucher through UofL’s Earn-A-Bike Program (apply by Aug. 9).
    Additional Information: Earn-A-Bike Programmore green tips
     
    Health and Wellness
    Delicious ways to go meatless for Cinco de Mayo
    If your Meatless Monday leaves you so inspired that you want to continue it into Friday, we have several delicious suggestions for meatless Mexican dishes. Meatless recipes that can be part of your Cinco de Mayo celebration are available online.
    Additional Information: Get Healthy Now FacebookGet Healthy Now websiteemail, 852-7755
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