Caregiver Support Group

 

A virtual support for any caregiver of an adult with a chronic condition, is held monthly on the second Thursday of every month at noon via Zoom. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link. To register or for more information contact: jane.oderberg@unthsc.edu

CANVAS Training – October 1st – This live Zoom training will cover QUIZZES

 

Please sign up to attend one or many of these live Zoom sessions to learn to use Canvas and all of its features!

For more information and to sign up: https://www.unthsc.edu/center-for-innovative-learning/cilcanvasclinic

Objectives – Participants will be able to: 

  • Identify that the term quiz in Canvas can refer to a quiz or test. 
  • Recognize the differences between Quizzes and New Quizzes in Canvas 
  • Differentiate each of the four types of quizzes: graded quiz, ungraded quiz, graded survey, and ungraded survey 
  • Create multiple-choice, matching, multiple answers, multiple drop–down, fill in the blank, fill in multiple blanks, true/false, and essay questions in Quizzes 
  • Create Hot Spot, Ordering, and Categorization questions in New Quizzes 
  • View Quiz Statistics after a quiz has been completed 
  • Moderate a quiz to allow an individual student to have extra time or extra attempts 
  • Adjust quiz settings to set a time limit, adjust the number of available attempts, set an access code, or determine whether students can see the correct answers after quiz completion. 
  • Add feedback to correct and incorrect quiz responses. 
  • Create a question bank and add questions to it 
  • Link question banks to a quiz 
  • Pull random questions from a question bank into a quiz 
  • Regrade a quiz after re-keying a question

*Training is from 12:00-1:00, however, Zoom will be open from 11:45-1:15 for Q&A

Creating a Healthier Community by Department of Lifestyle Health Sciences

 

You’re invited to join us this Thursday on October 1st with Dr. Wagner.

“Creating a Healthier Community” by Department of Lifestyle Health Sciences

Register at https://tinyurl.com/lifestylehealthvirtualevent October 1, 2020, Noon – 1 PM

Zoom link will be emailed to you once registered.

Learn from our Assistant Professor, Dr. Wagner, on how the knowledge and skills obtained from the Lifestyle Health Sciences and Coaching program can enhance your career as a community health worker. From her expertise in nutrition, patient safety and health literacy, she provides a deep dive on how to prepare for a rewarding career in the growing field.

If you are interested in the event but are unable to join us, everyone who registers for the event will receive the presentation recording.
Once registered, you will receive a secure link to the Zoom webinar in the confirmation email.
*These events are geared for prospective applicants interested in applying for the June 2021 Cohort.

Register here for Oct. 1 Virtual Event:
https://tinyurl.com/lifestylehealthvirtualevent

CANVAS Training – October 15th – This live Zoom training will cover SPEEDGRADER & GRADEBOOK

 

Please sign up to attend one or many of these live Zoom sessions to learn to use Canvas and all of its features!

For more information and to sign up: https://www.unthsc.edu/center-for-innovative-learning/cilcanvasclinic

Objectives – Participants will be able to:
*Access SpeedGrader from Assignment, Quiz, graded Discussion or Gradebook
*Hide/Post grades from SpeedGrader
*Sort Student List (Alpha order, Date Assignment was submitted and By submission status)
*Hide Student names
*View submissions details
*In Course Details – Launch SpeedGrader to filter by Groups
*Grade Group Assignments
*Use a rubric for grading
*Leave feedback for students
*Grade Quiz questions in SpeedGrader
*Adjust points using fudge points
*Grade a graded Discussion
*Annotate submissions in the document viewer

*Training is from 12:00-1:00, however, Zoom will be open from 11:45-1:15 for Q&A

Amanda Roberts to Present Dissertation Seminar – “Role of Toll-Like Receptor 4 Signaling and Fibronectin EDA in Regulating Normal and Glaucomatous Intraocular Pressure”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Amanda Roberts will present a seminar entitled, “Role of Toll-Like Receptor 4 Signaling and Fibronectin EDA in Regulating Normal and Glaucomatous Intraocular Pressure” on October 7, 2020, at 11:30 a.m. CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom https://unthsc.zoom.us/j/91914014807. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Amanda Roberts is a doctoral candidate in Visual Science, under the supervision of Abe Clark, Ph.D., Professor and Colleen McDowell, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Let our experts help you find private research funding

 

Have a research or outreach project that needs funding?

Private foundation money is a resource.

Let the Institutional Advancement Foundation Relations team help you.
On October 6 and 7, our grant writers will be available to hear your “pitch” and discuss strategy to evaluate potential funding sources and make proposal submissions.

Details:

Tuesday, October 6 at 10:00 am

Wednesday, October 7 at 2:30 pm

20-minute time slots via Microsoft Teams

You’ll meet with Foundation Relations Associate Director, Shelly Borders and Foundation Relations Specialist, Anna Harris.

• Please email anna.harris@unthsc.edu to RSVP and to receive a funding “pitch” form to complete before the meeting.

• During the meeting, you’ll be asked to briefly summarize your project, in layperson’s terms, emphasizing how the community impact.

Sustainability Tip of the Week: Coming Together While We are Apart

 

HSC Sustainability is starting this “Sustainability Tip of the Week: Coming Together While We Are Apart” here in the Daily News.

This week, we challenge you to change some of your daily habits to conserve energy. Conserving energy doesn’t mean you have to spend money. Turning off the lights when you leave a room, adjusting the thermostat 1 to 3 degrees, and washing laundry on the cold wash can all significantly save energy (and money). Have kids? Get them involved by making it a game. Keep score of who remembers and who forgets.

TB Skin Test, Quantiferon TB Blood Test and Titers

 

ALL Students needing PPD skin test, QuantiFeron TB blood test and titers

NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Please call 817-735-5051 to schedule your appointment.

No Walk-In Appointments

PPDs and be administered on
Tuesdays and Fridays

PPDs are read 48-72 hours after administering.

Please made sure before administration, you will be able to return for the reading within the time limit of reading.