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News & Events
Upcoming NKY Forum:
Babies vs. Boardrooms
May 23, 6:30 - 8 p.m., Dixie Heights High School Auditorium
Is is better to work or to stay at home full-time with your children? Women have more opportunities then ever, but it remains difficult to bridge the chasm between working and stay at home moms. Join Dr. Adrianne French, University of Akron, as she discusses her research on health and a woman's decision to work. RSVP to email@example.com.
Upcoming "Get Engaged at NKU!" Breakfast and Workshop:
Intellectual Property: Strategizing to Create Value for your Organization
May 30, 8 - 11 a.m., Northern Kentucky University
Looking to commercialize intellectual property and create value for your business? Join Todd Bailey, of Counsel with Frost Brown Todd and clinical lecturer with Miami University Farmer School of Business, as he leads a presentation and Q&A session with a panel from NKU community services to provide information on resources for entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations regarding intellectual property. Tickets are complimentary. Please register at http://getengagedatnku.eventbrite.com
NKY Enquirer spotlights SHCCE's newest initiative to help lift Newport's Westside.
What does public engagement look like at NKU? "The Community is Our Classroom" will give you 101 examples.