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Sept. 12, 2013 Announcements

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Faculty/staff announcements.

Campus-Submitted Announcements

Arts
1.) Chorus, Chorale and Cardinal Singers in concert Sunday
2.) Kentucky Center Chamber Players concert Sunday
3.) Precedents: 3 Hite Scholars Artist Reception

Events
4.) Readers Needed: Banned Books Week at Ekstrom Library
5.) Pediatric Behavioral and Mental Health Symposium
6.) Local Chef Exchange at Ville Grill
7.) After Clinic Neurosciences Research Coffee Hour
8.) Root Cellar to be on Belknap today

Grand Rounds
9.) Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health
10.) Pediatrics
11.) Orthopaedic Surgery
12.) Psychiatry: ‘Milestones: How They Will Affect Residency Training’
13.) Family and Geriatric Medicine

Health and Wellness
14.) Free flu shots for students, faculty and staff

HR Items of Interest
15.) Communication Strategies

Miscellaneous
16.) Intramural Research Grants 2013 deadline is Monday, Oct. 14
17.) WFPL to air interview with Tracy E. K’Meyer
18.) NIH budget spreadsheets and pre-filled 424 forms

Professional Development
19.) Faculty: Last chance to register — Learn to collect meaningful data to inform how you teach

Studies
20.) People age 18 and older needed for a research study of depression

Talks
21.) Microbiology & Immunology Seminar
22.) Brown & Williamson Distinguished Speaker Series
23.) Biology Department Fall 2013 Seminar Series
24.) 20/20 Talks at the Gray Street Farmers Market
25.) Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology Fall 2013 Seminar Series

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Campus-Submitted Announcements

Arts
1.) Chorus, Chorale and Cardinal Singers in concert Sunday
7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Comstock Concert Hall
free
The School of Music presents the University Chorus, Collegiate Chorale and Cardinal Singers in concert. The 36-member Cardinal Singers are ranked No. 2 in the world after winning competitions in South Korea and Vietnam this summer.
Additional Information: 852-6907, School of Music

2.) Kentucky Center Chamber Players concert Sunday
3 p.m. Sept. 15 Comstock Concert Hall
$12 general admission, $10 for seniors
Guest artists Kentucky Center Chamber Players perform in concert.
Additional Information: 852-6907, School of Music

3.) Precedents: 3 Hite Scholars Artist Reception
5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Sept. 12 Schneider Hall Galleries
Free
This exhibition presents recent work by three recipients of the then-newly established Hite scholarships in the 1950s, who, as Gallery Director John Begley observes, are practicing artists to this day. The three artists participated in the following early Hite Scholarship exhibitions in 1954 (E. Gordon West), 1955 (Margaret Merida as Margaret Louise Braden) and 1956 (Carolyn Weng, as Carolyn W. Browning) respectively.
Additional Information: Renee Murphy, 852-6794

Events
4.) Readers Needed: Banned Books Week at Ekstrom Library
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sept. 23 - Sept. 25 Ekstrom Library, east entrance
Join us at Ekstrom Library for the Annual Banned Books Week Read-in as faculty, staff and students read aloud from their favorite “banned” or challenged books. For a list of books, check out the ALA Website. If you would like to participate by reading aloud from your favorite book for 15 minutes, please contact Latisha Reynolds, 852-8742. Please indicate your preferred reading times.
Additional Information: Latisha Reynolds, 852-8742

5.) Pediatric Behavioral and Mental Health Symposium
7 a.m. registration - 4:30 p.m. Sept. 18 Home of the Innocents, 1100 E. Market St.
Physicians $75: Allied Health Professionals $50
The symposium addresses topics such as early brain and child development, bullying, pediatric mental health in Kentucky, psychopharmacology for mental health disorders, risk factors for violent youth and opportunities for advocacy in behavioral health. CME credits are available for physicians, nurses and social workers; other participants are welcome.
Additional Information: Jointly sponsored by University of Louisville School of Medicine and Kosair Children’s Hospital; contact 629-1234.

6.) Local Chef Exchange at Ville Grill
5 p.m. - 9 p.m. Sept. 12 Ville Grill
$9.95 or one meal plan meal swipe
Tonight we’re changing it up, featuring local Louisville chef Kevin Nelson, Chef K, at Ville Grill. Be sure to check out his show, Down and Out with Chef K and don’t miss your chance to taste honey bourbon chicken from a local chef celebrity. Regular dinner admission to Ville Grill is $9.95 or one meal plan meal swipe. Purchase a block of 10 meals for $75 from the Card Office.
Additional Information: UofL Dining Services, Facebook, Twitter

7.) After Clinic Neurosciences Research Coffee Hour
5 p.m. - 6 p.m. Sept. 12 Health Care Outpatient Clinic, Suite 610
Free
Jeffrey Petruska, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, will give a brief presentation on “Examples of effective clinician/scientist communication” that can facilitate research collaborations.
Additional Information: Gayle Whitenack, 852-6990

8.) Root Cellar to be on Belknap today
3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sept. 12 University Club Parking lot, Belknap Campus
The Root Cellar is bringing good-tasting, high-quality local food products to campus today for walk-up purchases. Produce includes heirloom tomatoes, watermelon, peaches, sweet potatoes and super-sweet Gala apples.
Additional Information: Mitchell Payne, 852-0034

Grand Rounds
9.) Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health
1 p.m. Sept. 13 Ambulatory Care Building, Auditorium, Health Sciences Center
Jennifer Case, MD, chief resident, UofL School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health, presents “Fallopian tubes with hysterectomy: Love them or leave them?” She will discuss the association of fallopian tubes and cancer, risks and benefits of salpingectomy at the time of hysterectomy; the incidence, morbidity and causes of concerning or symptomatic adnexal masses after hysterectomy; and recent clinical guidelines regarding the routine use of salpingectomy.
Additional Information: Susan Jackson, 561-7449

10.) Pediatrics
8 a.m. Sept. 13 Norton Hospital, 2nd Floor Auditorium
Please join us for the 39th Annual Doctor John I. Perlstein Memorial Lectureship featuring Gordon Schutze, MD. Schutze is vice president of Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He will present “Responding to a Call to Action: The Pediatric AIDS Corps, 2006 - 2011.” We hope to see you there.
Additional Information: Office of Medical Education, 629-8828.

11.) Orthopaedic Surgery
6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Sept. 13 Auditorium, Baxter I Research Building, lower level
free
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery presents Thomas Falls, MD, UofL, PGY-3 orthopaedic surgery resident. Falls will lecture on “Biomechanics of Pelvic Ring Injuries.”
Additional Information: Monica Welsh, 852-6902

12.) Psychiatry: ‘Milestones: How They Will Affect Residency Training’
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sept. 12 Ambulatory Care Building Auditorium
Free, public
Joyce Spurgeon, MD, associate professor, residency training director, women’s mental health director, UofL Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, AND Amanda B. Mackey Hettinger, MD, assistant professor, associate residency training director, UofL Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, will present “Milestones: How They Will Affect Residency Training.”
Additional Information: Christy Castle-Greenwell 588-4424 or 813-6664

13.) Family and Geriatric Medicine
7:30 a.m. Sept. 13 Bottigheimer Auditorium
free
David Waters, PhD, director of Curriculum & Outpatient Therapy, League of Therapists, Charlottesville, Va., presents “The Compleat Family Doctor: Providing the Fullest Range of Care.” The lecture will address personal and emotional aspects of doctoring. Attendees will learn guidelines for positive, useful engagements with patients on a wide variety of issues. CME category 1 is available for both AAFP & ACCME accreditation and a continental breakfast will be provided.
Additional Information: Callie Booth

Health and Wellness
14.) Free flu shots for students, faculty and staff
Students, faculty and staff can get free flu shots through Campus Health Services ($5 for retirees). Shot clinics start Sept. 16 at the Health Sciences Center. A full schedule and a consent form are on the Campus Health website. Download, print and complete the consent form. Then, bring it and your valid UofL ID to get your shot.

HR Items of Interest
15.) Communication Strategies
9 a.m. Sept. 24 Room 103A, Human Resources, 1980 Arthur St.
Free
This presentation will guide you through the basic principles of communication and will help you to understand why communication is so important in the workplace and how it can easily break down. You will learn the essentials for effective communication, learn how to listen effectively and develop an awareness of your personality and communication tendencies.
Additional Information: Please take this free personality test prior to training. Registration. Questions: Brett Steele

Miscellaneous
16.) Intramural Research Grants 2013 deadline is Monday, Oct. 14
The Office of the EVPRI is accepting applications for Intramural Research Grants. This internal research grant program aims to provide funds for projects for which the investigator intends to seek external funding. All grant categories are open to full-time faculty. Term faculty, one year or less, are ineligible for MRG, PCG, RIG, and URG grants.
Additional Information: Information and application forms

17.) WFPL to air interview with Tracy E. K’Meyer
1:30 - 2 p.m. Sept. 17
Tracy K’Meyer, chair of the Department of History, will be interviewed about her new book, “From Brown to Meredith: The Long Struggle for School Desegregation in Louisville, KY, 1954-2007” by Jonathan Bastian on the program “Here and Now” on WFPL. The book examines the popular memory and history of school desegregation and busing and the distinctiveness of the Louisville and Jefferson County experience.
Additional Information: Tracy K'Meyer

18.) NIH budget spreadsheets and pre-filled 424 forms
The Department of Medicine developed NIH 424 forms for parent R01s, R03s and R21s that are available for download pre-filled with UofL-specific information. Budget spreadsheets are also posted which include auto-calculations of NIH salary cap cost shares, PCF and Modular Budget info, and subcontracts. Access these items, along with policies.
Additional Information: Jamie Rittenhouse, Department of Medicine research coordinator, 852-1830.

Professional Development
19.) Faculty: Last chance to register — Learn to collect meaningful data to inform how you teach
Noon – 2 p.m. Sept. 17 Delphi Center, Ekstrom Library, Belknap Campus
This two-part Dine and Discover session is designed to help you gather and analyze student learning data to directly inform teaching choices during the course of this semester. Join Patty Payette and Marie Kendall Brown as they teach the fundamentals of the research-based practice called “Mid-semester Feedback” (MSF). MSFs are short feedback sessions you conduct with your students to gather feedback about learning, attitudes, and experiences to inform mid-stream course adjustments.
Additional Information: Lunch is served; pre-registration is required. Register for both sessions (Sept. 17 and Oct. 15), or learn more.

Studies
20.) People age 18 and older needed for a research study of depression
UofL Health Care Outpatient Center, 401 E. Chestnut St, Suite 610
Free to qualifying participants
The study of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for depression, conducted at the UofL Depression Center, will compare the conventional form of CBT with a newer, innovative model that uses computer-assisted instruction in addition to individual sessions. To qualify, participants must be over 18, have a primary diagnosis of depression and be willing to commit to a 16-week course of therapy, followed by two visits at 3 and 6 months post-therapy. IRB #10.0055
Additional Information: Kitty deVoogd, 813-6633.

Talks
21.) Microbiology & Immunology Seminar
Noon Sept. 12 Room 038, Baxter II, Health Sciences Center
Free, public
The Department of Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series presents, “Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans qseBC and iron responsive toxin/anti-toxin systems in the mediation of catecholamine hormone acquisition of iron,” by Whitney Weigel, PhD candidate in the lab of Don Demuth, PhD.
Additional Information: Carolyn Burton, 852-6208

22.) Brown & Williamson Distinguished Speaker Series
4 p.m. Sept. 12 Rauch Planetarium
Free and open to the public
The Biology Department is proud to welcome native Kentuckian Diana Wall, 2013 Recipient of the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. Wall is director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University. She will present “Soils, Soil Biodiversity and Sustainability.” A reception will follow.
Additional Information: Terri Norris, 852-2573

23.) Biology Department Fall 2013 Seminar Series
Noon Sept. 13 Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library
Free
Diana Wall of Colorado State University will present “Soil Invertebrates in an Extreme Ecosystem” as part of the Brown & Williamson Distinguished Speaker Series. Wall is a native Kentuckian and winner of the 2013 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
Additional Information: Terri Norris, 852-2573

24.) 20/20 Talks at the Gray Street Farmers Market
12:20 p.m. Sept. 12 Room 103, School of Public Health and Information Sciences, 400 E. Gray St.
Free
At this week’s 20/20 Talk, Jessica Pendergrass, founder of the blog Urban Sacred Garden, will present “How to Prepare Farmers Market Foods for Great Flavor.” Jessica will walk us through how to prepare market fresh vegetables in ways that highlight the flavors of the season. She focuses on how to create simple recipes at home using basic flavor pairings and a short list of ingredients, with minimal preparation time.
Additional Information: Website, Melissa Schreck. Gray Street Farmers Market is held every Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. until Oct. 31.

25.) Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology Fall 2013 Seminar Series
4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sept. 29 Baxter 1 Auditorium, Health Sciences Center
Free
UofL School of Medicine is pleased to present Amanda Leblanc, PhD, assistant professor, Department of OB/GYN and Women’s Health. Her presentation will be “Restoration of Coronary Microvascular Function by Adipose-Derived Therapy”
Additional Information: Matt Guido, 852-6227

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