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Course Schedule - Conferences

Forum on Engaged Reading - For the Love of Reading UVU's Forum on Engaged Reading is about sharing the best in books, educational practices, and innovative ideas for countering the 21st Century problem of "alliteracy." Join us as we make a difference - as we engage readers, "For the Love of Reading." For more information, please visit the conference website at Forum on Engaged Reading.
Math and Forensics: Whodunit, Howdunit, Whendunit This one-day conference is a perfect opportunity for high-school students to learn about the importance of forensic science and the role that math plays in it. Participants will have an opportunity to hear and learn from forensics scientists as well as have a chance to get involved in a friendly student competition and win cool prizes.
PlayStreet Provo 2015 Sponsorships PlayStreet Provo will bring over 10,000 families to downtown Provo for a morning of free food, games, and fun! For details on sponsorship levels see: http://playstreetprovo.com/sponsorvendors/

Regional Health Care Strategic Conversation Utah Valley University is holding a strategic conversation concerning the future needs of the health care sector in Utah Valley and the surrounding regional area. UVU invites health care professionals and administrators to engage in this discussion on April 23, 2015, at the UVU Sorensen Center to determine the overall regional health care needs in both educational and professional development.
STEM Sector Strategic Conversation Utah Valley University invites you to a STEM conversation to (1) engage STEM partners in addressing what business and industry want and need, both present and future, in the STEM fields; (2) help UVU develop a working definition of STEM as it relates to business and industry; (3) review current employment data in designated STEM career fields; and (4) determine UVU's role in meeting STEM challenges through the development and enhancement of STEM-related education programming.