A half day conference that will gather UConn researchers from across disciplines and local K-12 educators to share their particular research and interests in the future of reading, writing, and literacy.
Co-sponsored by the UCHI The Future of Truth inititiative and Reading/Language Arts Center
Humanities Institute Seminar Room, Babbidge Library 4th Floor
Our UCHI Fellow will be presenting their research talk on “Disunion: Anticommunist Nationalists in the Republic of Vietnam, 1954-1963” followed by a light reception. For more information, please visit https://humanities.uconn.edu/fellowships/current-and-previous-fellows/. If you require accommodation for this event, please contact email@example.com at least one week prior to the event.
Sponsored by the CLAS Dean's Office, Publishing NOW is a series of talks and conversations with editors from across the field of publishing. Learn how to pitch your ideas, get your book or article out, publicize yourself and your work, and adjust to the changing landscape of publishing.
Hartford History Center at Hartford Public Library
After a morning Encounters program & lunch discussing The Census (10 am-12 pm, with lunch provided 12-1 pm), join us for a free training on how to moderate and facilitate an Encounters program.
Encounters is a structured model that allows participants to come face-to-face and converse about the issues that matter in their community. Encounters dives deeply into these subjects through facilitated, small-group dialogues followed by a 'question and answer'-style conversation with content-area specialists. Readings are provided beforehand to better encourage informed and informal dialogue.