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Cuban Symposium

Pursuant to ISU's academic exchange agreement with the University of Havana, ISU will convene a symposium on Cuban affairs to be held on October 27-28, 2016. The centerpiece for the symposium will be leading Cuban scholars in their field who will serve as the primary speakers for the symposium sessions. The individual symposium sessions will entail a "round-table" format with the invited Cuban scholars being asked to make a presentation followed by commentary/discussion by U.S. scholars and a question/answer period with members of the audience. The symposium will be open to ISU students and faculty interested in Cuba/foreign affairs, faculty from other universities, regional groups interested in learning more about and establishing closer ties with Cuba, and the general public.

Symposium Sessions:

 Keynote address opening the symposium

    Evolving US/Cuban Relations

    The Cuban Economy: Continuity and Change

    The Cuban Public Health System: Accomplishments and Challenges

    The Role of Women in Cuban Society

Diagnosing and Treating Schizophrenia

This a clinical mental health conference for mental health providers only.

Second Annual Duke Energy Power of Reading Summit

The combination of practical, research-based sessions and renowned speakers at the Power Up Reading Summit professional development institute will help all attendees-from teachers to administrators-leave the conference feeling energized. Made possible by a grant from Duke Energy, this free professional development institute will be held on Monday, November 21, 2016 at the Bayh College of Education, Indiana State University, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Attendees will earn 6 hours of professional growth points.

Sycamore Educator Day

Sycamore Educators Day provides opportunities for professional development and growth, networking, and learning of new ideas and best practices. The 20th Annual Sycamore Educators Day is scheduled for Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in University Hall.

For more information contact Robert Harpool by email or phone at:

Phone: 812.237.2888

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