2018-2019 Program of Events
PDK and the Omaha STEM Ecosystem are collaborating for this exciting 2018 event.
2018 TIES Program HERE.
November 14, 2018
UNO Milo Bail Student Center
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The mission of the Topics in Education Symposium (TIES) is to foster discussion, inspire innovation, and provide educators with a regional forum to disseminate research findings, share best practices, discuss current educational topics, and provide other innovative thinking and creative activities across all areas of education.
Save the Date: January 23, 2019
This event will be an extension of the fall TIES focus on STEM.
January 23, 2019
Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Grand Reef Room
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Individual registrations are taken online HERE.
What skills are needed for the VR careers today and in the future? How do we prepare students for one of the leading new careers? Join your local school boards, superintendents, and peers at this informative presentation. Dr. Pamela Boyer, Associate Vice Chancellor for Clinical Simulation, iEXCEL/UNMC will speak on the topic of careers for the future; in particular, simulation and virtual reality. Networking, dinner, and presentation will be in the Grand Reef Room. Space is limited and registration is required.
Contact Dr. Tami Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org, for group registrations.
- UNO Phi Delta Kappa chapter 0116 uses 123SignUp for individual online registration and payment. A credit card is required.
- For GROUP registrations, please contact Dr. Tami Williams.
- Events are held on the UNO campus at the Milo Bail Student Center. If the event is canceled due to UNO campus closure (such as inclement weather), the event will be rescheduled and registrations will roll forward to the new date.
- On campus parking will be available for all registered attendees. Parking code and location will be emailed to each attendee prior to the event.
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