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  • 2021 NKU Cybersecurity Symposium

    2021 NKU Cybersecurity Symposium

    October 14-15, 2021 — As security breaches become more common at all levels of society – from the presidential to the personal – Northern Kentucky University will convene its 14th annual Cybersecurity Symposium. The Symposium brings together IT and security professionals and security and privacy attorneys for a two-day event focusing on cybersecurity challenges, legal issues, risk management, and best practices.


  • Workshops - A Taste of Informatics offering

    Workshops - A Taste of Informatics offering

    The Informatics+ Sampler Workshop program offers two-hour workshops in selected high demand or emerging informatics fields. Providing simple, welcoming, and smart opportunities in a time of transition, these workshops can serve as a prelude to further learning.


  • Podcast - A Taste of Informatics offering

    Podcast - A Taste of Informatics offering

    Learn more about the informatics fields with the Taste of Informatics Podcast. Hosted by Mike Nitardy of Frost Brown Todd, these short episodes are an entertaining look at what's new in media and technology, and the impact on business and everyday life.


  • 2021 Digital Transformation Symposium Workshop Series

    2021 Digital Transformation Symposium Workshop Series

    April 2021 — Get excited to hear from digital business leaders and practitioners that work within the many facets of digital business transformation, leading both internal change and customer facing innovation covering the many facets of what makes up a digital transformation!


  • Classcast - JOU 480 (Unblurring the Lines Between Fact-based News & Misinformation)

    Classcast - JOU 480 (Unblurring the Lines Between Fact-based News & Misinformation)

    March 30, 2021 — Join local and national journalists for a conversation on news, fact-checking, and trust amid a growing increase in misinformation. NKU journalism professor Michele Day will moderate Unblurring the Lines Between Fact-Based News and Misinformation on March 30th at 1:40. Lynn Walsh, Assistant Director of Trusting News and Walter Smith-Randolph, Reporter and Special Projects Contributor at Cincinnati’s Local 12 will share insights about the work of journalists to seek and report facts, verify information, and the impact of misinformation on their profession.


  • Classcast - INF 201 (Salary Expectations and O*Net)

    Classcast - INF 201 (Salary Expectations and O*Net)

    March 29, 2021 — Learn how to locate the past two years of salary data in your field of interest through sources not influenced by advertising. We will also cover what the O*Net system is and how to use it during a job search.


  • Classcast - INF 201 (Behavioral, Situational and Web-based Interviewing

    Classcast - INF 201 (Behavioral, Situational and Web-based Interviewing

    March 15, 2021 — Learn the difference between behavioral and situational interview questions and how to answer these questions using the CAR (Challenge, Action, Result) method.


  • Classcast - INF 201 (Behavioral, Situational and Web-based Interviewing

    Classcast - INF 201 (Behavioral, Situational and Web-based Interviewing

    March 15, 2021 — Learn the difference between behavioral and situational interview questions and how to answer these questions using the CAR (Challenge, Action, Result) method.


  • Classcast - A Taste of Informatics offering

    Classcast - A Taste of Informatics offering

    The Informatics+ Classcast program opens to the public a selection of class sessions on topics of heightened community interest taught by some of NKU's most dynamic instructors.

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