Today's Events & Classes
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Upcoming Events & Classes
Procedures and Regulations for ZOOM Online Proctoring:
- Each applicant should plan to sit for 4 hours, 3 1/2 hours for the exam plus two 15-minute breaks (if needed); However, we will plan the Zoom time frame for a total of 4 Hrs, 8:30am - 12:30pm, to allow time to set up the testing environment, to discuss testing expectations, answer any questions, etc.
- Applicants should be prepared to participate in a Zoom meeting at least 48-Hours prior to the test date to meet the proctor and discuss exam preparations and the required testing environment.
- The testing environment should consist of the following:
- Be in a private, well-lit room.
- Have internet/Wi-Fi access in order to receive an email containing writing prompts from test proctor and send the completed paper to test proctor.
- Workspace should be cleared of all clutter. The only items allowed at the workspace are computer/laptop, pens/pencils, blank scratch paper, water, snacks.
- Save and close all third-party applications on a computer/laptop.
- Have a mobile phone with a front-facing camera.
- Applicants must show a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
- Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
- Before the proctored session ends, the applicant will save their work and email the paper to CEP@uhcl.edu.
- Each applicants’ essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
- Applicants will be notified of the score within one (1) week.
- Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00
- Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
By popular request: from "We Go Together" to "Bye Bye Miss American Pie", let's unveil the 70-Year US-ROK Alliance and the Explosive Rise of K-Culture. Following Mr. Park's dynamic presentation last year on K Pop, he will guide our journey with new details on the US unbreakable alliance with Korea, uncovering secrets behind ROK's meteoric rise and the electrifying global impact of K-Culture, fueling a revolution of art, music, film and TV, with entertainment like never before! If you were with us last year, you will remember how much fun we had, and if not, come and join the fun now!
** (Your first class includes a $26 membership fee and $5 parking permit, and $18 class fee ($49 total.) Each additional class will be $18 ($44 is still the list price but $26 and $5 permit will be discounted at all subsequent checkouts.)
Friday October 6 at 9:30am
Mr. Yohan Park, Vice Chairman of the Peaceful Unification Advisory Council
Let's join Thais, as she takes us back to colonial times so we can learn about the lives of women of African ancestry in the history of the country that imported the largest number of enslaved Africans during the Atlantic slave trade: Brazil. In this lecture, We will learn about how the relationship between society and the State affected the experiences of Afro-Brazilians over the centuries. What has been the role of Afro-Brazilian women in the process of social transformation across the Americas? Come join us! ** (Your first class includes a $26 membership fee and $5 parking permit, and $18 class fee ($49 total.) Each additional class will be $18 ($44 is still the list price but $26 and $5 permit will be discounted at all subsequent checkouts.)
Friday October 6 - 11am
Thais Sant'Ana, Assistant Professor, Latin American History
In this workshop, we will welcome in October, by transforming old-fashioned pictures and photo frames into spooky fun, with foam clay. All materials provided. Price is per attendee, $3 discount given for additional attendees. Kids 2 and under free, but still need registration. This is NOT a drop-off event; parents/guardians are expected to create with the family. Instructor: Mrs. Hebert
Friday 10/6/2023; 6p-8p
This course is designed for those with prior background in the language. In this course, elementary vocabulary and grammatical structures will be introduced and reinforced through conversational drills.
Monday 5pm - 6:30pm