Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
Join the University of Phoenix, Oregon Campus on Saturday, September 21, 2013 for the Knowledge Symposium. Enjoy dynamic scholarly presentations by university faculty in the areas of arts and humanities, business, health care and sciences, higher education, public education, organizational behavior, personal interests, and public policy.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
13221 SW 68th Pkwy
Tigard, OR, 97223
Arts & Humanities
Relearning our ABCs
The Janus Nature of Comedy and Tragedy
The Changing Nature of Threats in Film
13 Reasons Why Projects, Businesses, and Marriages Fail
Interest-Based Negotiations: Know How to Get to "Yes"!
Critical Thinking Toolbox: An introduction to Systems Thinking
Health Care / Sciences
The Profession of Health Care Interpreting
National Park: Concepts of Environmental Science
Healthcare Reform in Oregon - Will it do what it is supposed to do?
Is There an App for That? The Decline of Empathy
Examining Adjunct Faculty Self-Efficacy
Applying Ted Conference Presentation Skills to the Classroom
Lower Income Students: A Study on Financial Aid, Tuition, and Retention
“Mindful Students, Sought-After Applicants”
"But I hate to read!"-Simple Techniques for Reluctant Readers
Layers of Learning: Teaching Math to Multiple Intelligences
Disparities in Discipline: The Impact on Oregon's Students of Color
Teen Motivational Workshop
The Millennia Generation
Leveraging Diversity: The New Normal
The Leadership Fallacy
Gender Opportunity Gap in Leadership Positions
"Want to Get Away?"
Robotics: How Kids Can Learn Skills that Last a Lifetime
Investing for Retirement and Protecting Your Financial Future
Left Out: An Examination of Left-handedness
Suicide Awareness - Recognize the Warning Signs and Seek Help
Managing Sex Offenders in the Community
When & Where
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Locations near you:
Cascade Station Learning Center
Salem Learning Center