Courses

To learn more about the Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference, please visit the conference website, where you'll find information about the speakers, program format, hotel accommodations and more.


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ADHD Conference Exhibitor/Sponsor Opportunities!

Exhibiting at the Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference will offer the opportunity to share your resources, products and dynamic ideas with teachers, nurses, social workers, psychologists, doctors and parents; the ability to introduce new products and give demonstrations; and provide maximum exposure at a minimal cost.

As an exhibitor, you can expect to:
- Build stronger partnerships with professionals and consumers.
- Provide information on resources available to professionals, parents and school personnel.
Have the opportunity to network with over 200 conference attendees and presenters.


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The purpose of this ASSP Professional Development Conference is to provide educational opportunities to the safety professionals in the area. This conference is a single day, one track event.
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Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020

Time: All Day

Location: Bryant Conference Center

Cost: $150.00 Early Bird by March 29, $165.00 after March 29.

Additional Session and Reception between 5:00 - 8:00 PM on the evening of Wednesday, April 29, 2020.

Categories: Lectures and Speakers, Workshops and Seminars

The Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Maintenance Symposium will be held April 29-30, 2020 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama's Tuscaloosa campus.

Presented by The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, the symposium will update attendees on the latest in maintenance management.

The AAMA Maintenance Symposium will be relevant and valuable to new and experienced maintenance managers and supervisors. We encourage anyone involved with the automotive manufacturing industry to attend, especially:

- Planners

- Engineers

- Maintenance Managers

- Supervisors

- Leads

There will also be an advantage to having representatives from operations and stockrooms attend and provide their perspective and input.

Contact Info: Mary Patterson, mpatterson@ccs.ua.edu, 205-348-7049
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The mission of the Alabama Governor's Safety & Health Conference is to promote occupational safety and health in Alabama by providing an annual forum for the sharing of knowledge and the recognition of excellence. This conference is a three-day safety and health conference at Perdido Beach Resort Hotel in Orange Beach, Alabama, which is located near Gulf Shores, Alabama. There will be a general session on Monday and Wednesday mornings along with technical breakout sessions beginning Monday morning and all day Tuesday.

Once your paid registration is verified, you will receive confirmation within 24 hours. The confirmation includes the hotel reservation code.


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Participate in one of the best networking opportunities available for mining professionals, geologists, engineers and water stakeholders. Join this diverse discussion to follow trends and movements on the legal horizon in: Geology, Coalbed Methane, Industrial Minerals and Water Resources.

Professional engineers and geologists can use the Institute for their Professional Development Hours (PDH) requirement. Full participation in the 2-day meeting will constitute 15 PDH credits.


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Program Description

The Alabama Autism Conference is specifically designed to transfer the very latest research regarding diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Conference will be beneficial to both professional engaged in direct service provision and professional engaged in research with individuals who have ASD.

 

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The Alabama Autism Conference is specifically designed to transfer the very latest research regarding diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Conference will be beneficial to both professional engaged in direct service provision and professional engaged in research with individuals who have ASD.

 

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All levels of human resource professionals are invited to venture through tools and approaches that will complement any dynamic HR environment.

The Annual HRM Conference is designed to develop the full range of skills and knowledge vital to the success of the contemporary human resource professional. Presented by experienced human resource and employment law experts from across the state, this conference is consistently referred to as a "must attend" event!

Devoted to the advancement of professionalism and leadership, The Human Resource Management Conference provides a unique opportunity for participants to learn about the latest developments in their field.


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he Annual Fall Social Work Conference affords an opportunity to bring national speakers along with the latest research to child welfare practitioners in Alabama. Through the Title IV-E partnership between the Alabama Department of Human Resources and the Alabama Higher Education Consortium on Child Welfare, The University of Alabama School of Social Work is able to host the conference every year focusing on a different aspect of public child welfare. The many workshops will continue the discussion of issues related to child well-being as well as workforce well-being. This conference is designed with the public child welfare workforce in mind but would be beneficial to anyone working with at risk children and their families - school social workers, therapists, foster parents, child placing agencies just to name a few.
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The University of Alabama School of Social Work and the Alabama Department of Human Resources invite you to exhibit and/or sponsor a break at our 18th Annual Fall Social Work Conference. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Wynfrey in Birmingham, AL on October 17-18, 2019. With an anticipated 350 social workers in attendance, this conference offers an outstanding opportunity to showcase your program and/or organization. Please register no later than October 3, 2019. Exhibit space is limited; first come, first serve. Please note the number of registrations included with each price, as seating at workshops is limited.
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Conference Theme: 2020 Vision: Building Capacity to See and Sustain Communities

Conference Presentations:

Name: Jeena Owens
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Creating Freelance Opportunities
Participants will learn how they can leverage their skills and talents to create businesses or freelance opportunities.

Name: Melinda King
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title:Salary Negotiation
Attendees will acquire tips and tools to utilize when negotiation salaries in a current or for future career.

Name: Quincy Hall
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: The Curricular Approach - How "ResLifers" Play a Role in Student Learning
Attendees will get a brief overview of both the historical and contemporary contexts of student learning, the progression of approaches to student learning, the role of student life practitioners in education, and will learn about the Residential Curriculum of Housing and Residential Communities.

Name: Nikita Y. Harris
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Authentic Leadership: The Truth Shall Set You Free!
This workshop will focus on identifying and respecting your own deeply held values as a leader while maintaining honest relationships with followers built on foundations of truth, ethics and positivity.

Name: Angela Martin
Institution: Hunt Oil Company/Commerce/Bama at Work
Title: Workplace Conflict Resolution
You will learn: How to Effectively Resolve Workplace Conflict / Leading and Managing Teams through Conflict / Taking Ownership of YOUR Behavior /Build Confidence in Having Difficult Conversations

Name: Beth Howard
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Equal Opportunity in the Higher Education Workplace
This presentation will present an overview of laws related to equal opportunity in the workplace and resources available to employees should they need to report illegal harassment or discrimination. The presentation will also discuss aspects unique to employees in a higher education setting and how institutions of higher education can work to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Name: Tariq Draine
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Fostering Healthy Relationships in the Workplace
Attendees can expect to receive key notes and tips pertaining to self- development and methods to mirror transparency in character traits. By the end of the presentation the hope is for audiences to walk away with invaluable relationship building techniques that can be applied to all areas of society.

Name: Wanda M. Burton
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Coping at the Intersection: Understanding Gendered Racism & Black Women's Mental Health
Attendees can expect to have a clear understanding of gendered racism and identify common & effective coping strategies used by Black women.

Name: Andre Denham
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Strategies for Success in the Academy
This presentation will provide attendees with insights on how to navigate the process from PhD student to tenured professor. This presentation will most benefit those who are interested in making a career in the academy or who are already on the path towards tenure and promotion.

Name: Mary Lowrey
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Interviewing and Resumes: What am I doing wrong?
This workshop provides participants with detailed instructions and a step-by-step guide on writing effective resumes and cover letters. Participants will learn about the job search process, how to market themselves effectively, and how to get up-to-speed with common interview questions, as well as how to strategically answer each question.

Name: Allison Upshaw
Institution: Stillman College
Title: Non Traditional Publishing and other resources
Multimodal publishing, creative publishing, non-traditional publishing, academic publishing, and public scholarship. Participants will learn about non-traditional publishing opportunities: what to look for and how to submit.

Name: Allison Upshaw
Institution: Stillman College
Title: Creativity in Critical Thinking for Classrooms and Communities, Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking, Facilitation skills
Participate in a series of short activities that stimulate creative and critical thinking processes. Participants will then work toward adapting them for personal use in the workplace and community.

Name: Cindy Jones / Panel
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Navigating Life as an African American Woman at a PWI (Predominantly White Institution)
A discussion panel on how black women can thrive in environments whose landscape does not necessarily reflect their race and gener.

Session Sponsored by the Hispanic Faculty and Staff Association
Names: Michael Innis-Jimenez, Mercedes M. Morales Aleman, Jaime Garza
Institution: The University of Alabama
Title: Mentoring in Academia
Participants will engage in a discussion on lessons learned and best practices with regard to mentoring across the academic spectrum.

Name: Richella Vincent-Lee
Institution: TIAA
Title: Financial Literacy and Retirement
Attendees will receive information and tools for financial planning. Attendees will receive expert advice on saving for life events and retirement, investing, and more.

Name: Dr. Miyoshi Juergensen
Institution: The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Title: Syllabus Upgrade: Diversity, Technology, and the Post-Secondary Learner
Attendees can expect to learn ways to engage students and enhance their learning experiences using diverse voices and integrating technology. Attendees can expect to get some practical ways to upgrade their syllabi in any discipline.


Wednesday, September 16, 2020, Bryant Conference Center

The Capstone Student Investment Conference is a full-day event that brings together students and professionals from around the country who are passionate about investing and finance. They will learn from and interact with a distinguished panel of speakers who will share their expertise and insight, providing both timely advice on navigating today's investment environment and timeless wisdom on navigating ever-changing financial markets to come. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made by February 19, 2020 will receive a full refund. Those received after February 19, 2020 are subject to a 50% cancellation fee.
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For exhibitors, the Capstone Student Investment Conference is a full-day event that brings together students and professionals from around the country who are passionate about investing and finance. They will learn from and interact with a distinguished panel of speakers who will share their expertise and insight, providing both timely advice on navigating today's investment environment and timeless wisdom on navigating ever-changing financial markets to come. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made by February 19, 2020 will receive a full refund. Those received after February 19, 2020 are subject to a 50% cancellation fee.
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Staff from the State of Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention /Children's Trust Fund and staff at community based non-profit agencies throughout the state will convene for a two-day training event. Conference activities will include workshops on a variety of subjects in addition to motivational speakers in the general sessions. The conference also gives agency workers an opportunity to network with other agency workers from other counties.
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Exhibitor fee for recruitment table during the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP). Event will take place on January 19-20, 2019 at North Lawn Hall.
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2019 Delta Leadership Network Conference
February 5-7, 2019
Little Rock Marriott Downtown

The DLN Annual Conference is an opportunity for members of the Delta Leadership Network to learn about new strategies and programs for advancing local community and economic development, connect with fellow Delta leaders, and share information and resources that are resulting in positive improvements in their communities.


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Program Description

The purpose of this all day conference is to address various child and family needs and to begin exploring ways to improve the quality of life in West Alabama.

Who Should Attend
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Faith Community
  • School Personnel
  • Business Leaders
  • Parents
  • Civic and Community Groups
  • Anyone interested in improving the lives of children and families
You Will Learn
  • Alabama Kids Count Data
  • Issues facing our children
  • Available resources in Alabama
  • How to become involved in your community

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The Alabama DHR Supervisors' Training Conference is an excellent opportunity to reach individuals in the child welfare industry. Exhibiting at the 2020 Conference gives you the opportunity for maximum exposure at a minimal cost and allows you to network and provide information on your resources with over 250 attendees! Exhibitor booths are just $200 per event.
June 15, 2020 to June 16, 2020, Ross Bridge Resort
July 13, 2020 to July 14, 2020, Ross Bridge Resort

Conference Theme: 2020 Vision: Building Capacity to See and Sustain Communities.


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Staff from the Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention /Children's Trust Fund and staff at community based non-profit agencies throughout the state will convene for a two-day training event. Exhibitors are welcomed. Conference activities will include workshops on a variety of subjects in addition to motivational speakers in the general sessions.
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About the Conference

The Alabama Human Resources Management Conference provides human resource professionals and those who supply products and services to the HR industry a place to network, attend educational sessions, and get business done with companies in the Exhibit Hall.

Who Attends?

The Alabama HRM Conference hosts human resources leaders, innovators, and influencers throughout Alabama and surrounding southern states. Our participants come from the following functional areas within organizations: employee and industrial relations, organizational development, benefits and compensation, selection and placement, training and development, safety and security, legal compliance, small business owners and managers

What's Included in My Booth?

1 6ft skirted table, 2 chairs, and wastebasket

2 full conference exhibitor registrations with access to all HRM educational offerings, networking reception, breakfasts, lunches, and refreshment breaks alongside conference attendees

Opportunity to purchase up to 2 additional booth personnel registrations at $150 each (access to exhibit hall only)

Wi-Fi access

Outlet access

50-word description in the exhibitor directory on the Conference App, powered by QuickMobile

2020 Alabama HRM Conference "We're Exhibiting!" logo to use in your marketing

Post conference attendee contact list

Corporate logo included in on-site program guide (must be received by publication deadline), on conference website, and in select emails to attendees


October 29, 2020 to October 30, 2020, Bryant Conference Center
The AAMA Maintenance Symposium provides a wide range of Exhibitor and Supporter Opportunities that will provide your organization a unique chance to showcase its products and services before some of the key players in the automotive and maintenance/reliability fields.
April 29, 2020 to April 30, 2020, Bryant Conference Center
The Alabama Federal Tax Clinic Inc., the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Alabama State Bar, and The University of Alabama invite you to the Annual Federal Tax Clinic. Founded in 1947, The Alabama Federal Tax Clinic has provided quality educational service to Certified Public Accountants and Tax Attorneys in the Southeast. A portion of the registration fee for this clinic goes toward funding scholarships for students in the Master's programs of Tax Accounting and Law in Taxation. Each year the program is designed by the Board of Directors of the Federal Tax Clinic Inc. The Board itself is comprised of members appointed by the Alabama State Bar, the Alabama Society of CPAs, and The University of Alabama. Using their expertise and feedback from Clinic participants, the Board has developed and maintained a quality clinic for more than 70 years!
November 18, 2020 to November 19, 2020, Bryant Conference Center
Live streaming of the Alabama Federal Tax Clinic. The Alabama Federal Tax Clinic Inc., the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Alabama State Bar, and The University of Alabama invite you to the Annual Federal Tax Clinic. Founded in 1947, The Alabama Federal Tax Clinic has provided quality educational service to Certified Public Accountants and Tax Attorneys in the Southeast. A portion of the registration fee for this clinic goes toward funding scholarships for students in the Master's programs of Tax Accounting and Law in Taxation. Each year the program is designed by the Board of Directors of the Federal Tax Clinic Inc. The Board itself is comprised of members appointed by the Alabama State Bar, the Alabama Society of CPAs, and The University of Alabama. Using their expertise and feedback from Clinic participants, the Board has developed and maintained a quality clinic for more than 70 years!
November 18, 2020 to November 19, 2020, Bryant Conference Center
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Galactic Rings - Signposts of Secular Evolution in Disk Galaxies
May 27 - June 1, 2018
Bryant Conference Center
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

The origin and role of rings in the dynamics and evolution of galaxies has never
been the focus of a major meeting. The goal of this meeting is to examine what can
be learned about galaxy evolution from the study of galactic rings and related
structures.

Key Topics:
- Bars, spirals and rings in disk galaxies
- Secular evolution and dynamics of ringed galaxies
- AGN, star formation and feedback connections
- Polar, collisional and accretion rings
- Rings in a cosmological context
- Rings in Local Group galaxies
- Shocks, Lindblad Resonances and manifolds
- Formation and destruction of rings and bars


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2020 International Rural Nursing Conference
Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Influencing Rural Health Care for Generations
July 27-20, 2020
DoubleTree by Hilton
Greeley, CO, USA

The conference is presented by a partnership of the Rural Nurse Organization, the University of Northern Colorado, Boise State University, and the University of Wyoming.

The purpose of this conference is to convene rural healthcare nurses and other health professionals, researchers and educators to discuss various topics of importance to rural health. Conference sessions will address five critical areas: Evidence-based Clinical Practice, Quality Improvement, Research, Education, Policy/Workforce.

Conference Objectives:
- Explore past, current, and future challenges and strategies to strengthen the delivery of health services and improve health in rural areas.
- Examine creative approaches to meeting the transition to value based health care in rural settings.
- Develop leadership skills necessary to advance rural health care access, cost, and quality.
- Create an environment of global learning, collaboration, and partnership with a focus on improving the quality of healthcare in rural populations.


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Please visit the conference website at www.irnc.ua.edu for full excursion details!
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2020 International Rural Nursing Conference
Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Influencing Rural Health Care for Generations
July 27-30, 2020
DoubleTree by Hilton
Greeley, Colorado, USA

The conference is presented by a partnership of the Rural Nurse Organization, the University of Northern Colorado, Boise State University, and the University of Wyoming.

The purpose of this conference is To convene rural healthcare nurses and other health professionals, researchers, educators, and leaders to discuss various topics of importance to rural health, including historical contributions. Conference sessions will address these topics: Evidence-based Clinical Practice, Quality Improvement, Research, Education, Policy/Workforce.

Conference Objectives:
- Explore past, current, and future challenges and strategies to strengthen the delivery of health services and improve health in rural areas.
- Examine creative approaches to meeting the transition to value based health care in rural settings.
- Develop leadership skills necessary to advance rural health care access, cost, and quality.
- Create an environment of global learning, collaboration, and partnership with a focus on improving the quality of healthcare in rural populations.


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This workshop discusses the various types of public criminologies and highlights both advantages and disadvantages associated with public engagement. Two case studies are utilized as examples of public criminology, one focused on early childhood prevention and a second on immigration and crime. The crux of the argument advanced is that public policy can be smart on crime by being smarter on people. The common theme linking these two areas are the vulnerability of children and immigrants.
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Bama at Work is taking the hit workshop, Professionally Speaking, on the road! Delivered by expert faculty from The University of Alabama College of Communication. The program will draw motivated, high-achieving professionals looking to improve their speaking and presenting skills. Geared towards the business world, this is an excellent venue to share your products or services with an upwardly mobile professional audience. We're offering several sponsorship packages designed to get your business the most exposure possible. SPONSORSHIP OPTIONS Only two spots are available for each of the below packages, so secure your sponsorship TODAY! PLATINUM LUNCH SPONSOR $2,000 Organization recognition and prominent logo placement at the event Bag insert/swag access Exhibit table Two registration packages (lunch included) GOLD BREAKFAST SPONSOR $1,500 Organization recognition and prominent logo placement at the event Exhibit table One registration package (lunch included) SILVER BEVERAGE BREAK SPONSOR $1,000 Organization recognition and prominent logo placement at the event BRONZE SPONSOR $750 Bag/Swag Sponsor If you wish to make a financial contribution of an amount not listed above, please contact Brenda H. Truelove at 205-348-9066 or by email truelove@ccs.ua.edu
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One's professional image is composed of visual, vocal, and verbal messages. The ability to present with power and confidence directly impacts one's maximization of personal and professional opportunities. Corporate environments rely on individuals and leaders who are able to communicate key messages and represent their company well.

This day long interactive workshop will present expert tips and take-aways for public speaking and presentation management. Participants will have the opportunity to apply learned skills and practice them in a dynamic environment.

Objectives include the learning and application of the following:
  • - Crafting powerful and engaging messages;
  • - Effective use of visual aids;
  • - Overcoming public speaking anxiety; and
  • - Non-verbal communication that exudes confidence and credibility.

A certificate of completion will be issued at the close of the workshop.


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Student Introduction To Engineering (SITE) is a summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, hosted by The University of Alabama College of Engineering. SITE sessions are offered during the month of July each year. The dates for 2020 are July 5-10, July 12-17 and July 19-24. To be considered for SITE, you must submit an online application. SITE consists of five nights of fun and exploration! You won't roast marshmallows at this camp. As a SITE student, you'll live in a UA residence hall, engage in teaming exercises, and tour an industrial plant to see engineers at work. You'll challenge your mind with mathematics, engineering, computer science and English courses. And you'll team with other ambitious students in a design competition sure to test your skills. About 40 students are selected to participate in each weeklong session.
July 12, 2020 to July 17, 2020, H.M.Comer Hall
July 19, 2020 to July 24, 2020, H.M.Comer Hall
July 26, 2020 to July 31, 2020, H.M.Comer Hall
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11th Triennial Southern Association for Women Historians Conference
June 7-10, 2018
The University of Alabama
Bryant Conference Center
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

The conference provides a stimulating and congenial forum for discussing all aspects of women's history. Its program seeks to reflect the best in recent scholarship and the diversity of our profession, including university professors, graduate students, museum curators, public historians, and independent scholars. We invite sessions on any dimension of southern women's and gender history, and particularly those that touch on the themes of the conference.

This year's theme- Resistance, Power, and Accommodation: Women and Southern History - is inspired by both recent events and the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. We see this as opening a conversation about the many ways that women have fought for their place and rights, whether in the household, the workplace, or the public square.


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The University of Alabama Young Writers Camp, for rising 4-12 graders, fosters creativity and a range of writing and artistic skills in a fun, accepting, interactive environment. Students will be taught by accomplished writers, and can choose from a wide range of classes and workshops. Tuition of $225 per person includes lunch and snacks each day, a T-shirt, and writing materials. Need-based scholarships are available.
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