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This workshop is designed for adults who want to learn more about the perils youth face with social media. Topics will include sexting, victimization, ghosting, partner violence and student's "secret struggle" as well as healthy habits and strategies for young people to adopt. These presentations will also include data collected through student polling done at over 50 Northeast Indiana public schools during the 2016-2017 school year.
The I.U. Tax Practitioner Institute is designed for tax practitioners who need the most current information about federal and state tax codes, laws, and regulations. All facets of federal tax law, including changes to the Affordable Care Act, and their implications, will be covered in detail. Instructors from the IRS, the Indiana Department of Revenue, and the field of tax preparation will be featured presenters. The program has been approved for 16 CPE hours for tax professionals, 15 CPE hours for enrolled agents, and 13 CLE hours for attorneys. Participants will receive a free copy of the Commerce Clearinghouse Master Tax Guide. For more information or to register, contact Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330, or go to www.taxinstitute.indiana.edu.
This program is designed to keep tax practitioners up-to-date on current tax laws, regulations, and procedures. Practical information for filing individual and small business returns is stressed. The program provides 16 hours of CECs for CPAs, public accountants, and enrolled agents, including one hour of credit in ethics and two hours in accounting/auditing. The school has been accepted for 14 hours of credit by the CFP Board of Standards, and approval for 12.9 hours of CLE (1.0 hours ethics) is being requested from the Indiana Commission for CLE. For information and registration, visit www.conf.purdue.edu/tax
The conference offers faculty and student services personnel from seven colleges/universities in Northeast Indiana the opportunity to share ideas, challenges, and successes in helping our students survive and thrive. We hope you will join us for this unique and free (to individuals from participating institutions and area high schools) professional development opportunity. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lolita Paff: "Zest, Grit & Sweat: Strategies to Develop Critical Learners"
This workshop provides an opportunity for homeschool high school students, ages 13 and up, to experience chemistry lab activities in a university environment. Students will gain applicable experience in lab techniques, data collection, and data analysis. Participation in this workshop gives college-bound homeschool students a glimpse into college and the possibility of a career in the chemistry field.
Join us for the 4th annual Indiana Suicide Prevention Conference sponsored by the Indiana Suicide Prevention Network Advisory Council. This year's theme is "Having the Conversation". We will also roll out State Suicide Prevention Framework . Our pre-conference will feature Kevin Hines and the movie, Suicide: The Ripple Effect.
This week-long training intensive will cover how moving lights and LEDs work and how they can be programmed. Also covered will be using intelligent lights in the design process. Open to high school students, high school teachers, church lighting technicians and other individuals who use this type of technology and want to learn more about how to use it effectively. This program will take place in Williams Theatre and be led by Mark Ridgeway, IPFW Associate Professor of Scenic/Lighting Design.
Registration for the Northeast Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair, to be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018 on the campus of IPFW. $10 per project (not person).