Open to the Public

Events Open to the Public.

Health Informatics Lecture Series

The University of North Texas, College of Information, Department of Information Science invites you to the second Health Informatics Lecture Series for the academic year 2021 -2022.  Dr. Caitlin Ruble, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Institute for Health and Equity at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee will be speaking on Wednesday, December 1st, at 7:00 p.m. (central time).  The title of the presentation is “Climate Change and Health”.

Cyber Security Awareness Month

The Department of Information Technology & Decision Sciences is celebrating Cyber Security Awareness Month this October by hosting a number of virtual events, free of charge. The series will feature professionals from varying fields in the IT industry, offering their expertise on topics such as cyber security at the US Department of Homeland Security, predicting criminal activities in darknet markets, and cyber security at the FBI, to name a few!

SIG-KM Symposium 2021

The primary goal of the SIG-KM (Special Interest Group on Knowledge Management) symposium is to encourage and empower participants who are new in the knowledge management. Additionally, to showcase the works of scholars and practitioners researching the knowledge management field. Through this symposium students and early career researchers can network and present their research to others in the field. This would help the participants to receive feedback on their work before submitting their research to peer-reviewed publications.

ELLIE Symposium

English Language Learning in Immersive Environments (ELLIE) is one-day symposium intended to bring researchers, developers, and educators in relevant disciplines together and discuss the elements of effective virtual environments for language teaching, especially for conversational English.