Kitchen Basics and Knife Skills
Before and After the Feast: A Sampler of Middle Eastern Appetizers and Desserts
Natural Resources and Energy Law Symposium
Presented by the Appalachian School of Law
Monday, September 23, 2013
Gear up for Fall Grilling
Thursday, October 3, 2013
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Today, it is not a matter of if a crisis will happen but when it will happen. In Crisis Management, instructor Kathy Still will teach participants strategies needed to manage any crisis and its aftermath.
Today, it is not a matter of if a crisis will happen but when it will happen. In Crisis Management, instructor Kathy Still will teach participants strategies needed to manage any crisis and its aftermath. Participants will learn to build crisis communication teams and set up notification systems. Case studies will be used to help participants plan for potential threats by examining worse case scenarios for companies, organizations, and agencies. Crisis Management will teach ways to take care of victims and their families, how to keep a business going during a crisis, how to interact with the media, and how to handle social media that can hinder or help a situation. The instructor will help each participant craft an outline of a crisis management plan and crisis communication plan that meets the needs of their organization.
Instructor Kathy Still is the Director of News and Media Relations at The University of Virginia's College at Wise. She previously worked more than 20 years as a reporter for the Bristol Herald Courier and The Post.
Cooking Raw for Real People: The Experience!
Hearty Whole Grain Breads: Basics and More
Zen Flow Cooking: Grateful Harvest
Windows 8 Training
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Everything you care about most is on the new Start screen. Tiles on the Start screen are connected to people, apps, folders, photos, or websites, and are alive with the latest info, so you're up to date at a glance. Windows 8 is perfect for PCs with only a mouse and keyboard, those with touchscreens, and those with both. Whatever kind of PC you have, you'll discover fast and fluid ways to switch between apps, move things around, and go smoothly from one place to another.” Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops with Windows 8 already installed so they can personalize their settings during the workshop. There will be a limited number of laptops available for those who do not bring their own.
Kids’ Tech University
October 19, 2013
Children are full of “why” questions about the world. One primary goal of Kids’ Tech University (KTU) is to create the future workforce in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by sparking kids’ interest in these fields. KTU is a semester-long research program developed by the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech in partnership with the Virginia 4-H, that puts scientists and engineers in front of children to encourage the exploration of intriguing topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The first 2013-14 Kids’ Tech University's (Abingdon) event will be held at the Virginia Tech Southwest Center, located in the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, VA on October 19, 2013! This is an all-day event that consists of an interactive session, which is centered on answering a question about the world around us, and a hands-on component, which features Virginia Tech professors, students, clubs, and community.
For more information on the 2013-14 Virginia Tech Southwest Center KTU interactive sessions & hands-on activities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 276-619-4310. To register, visit the KTU website: http://kidstechuniversity-swvac.vbi.vt.edu/
The Best of Germany: Octoberfest
Chili Madness, Round 2!
Classic and Specialty Roll Making
Gluten Free for the Holidays
Youth Cookie Workshop
Quick and Delcious Appetizers for the Holidays
Christmas Cookie Exchange Class
Multicultural Training for School Administrators/Educators
Virginia Tech will host a Multicultural Training for School Administrators/Educators on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, from 9 a.m. – noon at the VT Southwest Center in Abingdon, VA., with Dr. Gresilda Tilley-Lubbs. This session will provide educators with knowledge, content, and strategies for addressing multicultural education and situations that arise in schools as well as in our homes and communities. For more information call 276-619-4310.
School Law Updates for Administrators
Dr. David Alexander, a professor of school law at Virginia Tech as well as the author of several school law textbooks, will share School Law Updates for Administrators on Friday, September 26, 2014, from 9 a.m. – noon at the VT Southwest Center in Abingdon, VA. These updates are relative to working and leading the schools in the state of Virginia. Dr. Alexander also works across the country and internationally with school law classes and conferences.
Video Production & Editing
Wednesday, October 1 | 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | $149 l Abingdon
With today’s technology, small business owners can produce video for websites and social media without a huge production budget. In Video Production and Editing, participants will learn to shoot professional looking video footage with a personal camcorder, edit video footage and upload to websites and social media. Instructor Lanna Lumpkins will demonstrate how to edit, broadcast and stream video, as well as incorporate graphics, text, and logos. Participants will learn to import music, mix audio effectively and rip audio from video for radio use. The program will explore story boarding and scripting for video.
Folk Soul Revival with Annabelle's Curse