Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month:UEN and UEN-TV has a wealth of resources and programming to help you commemorate the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. In addition, the National Parks Service, the Department of Defense and community organizations are planning celebrations of AAPI Heritage.
Celebrate Utah teachers for overcoming obstacles in the wake of COVID-19 through the National PTA #ThankATeacher campaign, May 3-7.
Higher Ed Decisions Month
It's graduation season, and high school students are making their post-graduation plans. Discover UEN resources to help with college readiness!
UEN PD Partner Spotlight:UEN's monthly Canvas Report will keep you informed about the most current updates, professional learning opportunities and other information you need to be successful with Canvas.
Utah Women and Leadership Project:Gain insight into COVID's impact on working women from a series of research briefs from the Utah Women and Leadership Project (UWLP). The first brief is available here, and the second will be released on May 5.
Multicultural Youth Leadership Day: Navigating Your Civic Power invites youth grades 10-12 to explore civic engagement in a virtual event hosted by the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs. Register by May 10.
Removable Media:Memory cards and thumb drives provide a convenient way to move data between devices, but USB devices and cards you find laying about could contain malware. Highlighting the danger of cyberattack, researchers recently scattered hundreds of thumb drives around a college campus. Individuals took nearly all of the drives with 45% opening files on the unknown USB sticks. Security experts say you should never trust a storage device that you didn't buy, and you should not insert an unknown memory device into your computer, even if you got it from someone you trust.
Health & Wellness on UEN-TV
Orchestrating Change: The story of the Me 2 Orchestra, created by and for people with mental illness. Saturday, May 8 at 8:30 p.m.
Starting this month, give your kids a day camp experience in your living room by watching Camp TV weekdays at noon! An enthusiastic head counselor, played by Zachary Noah Piser, guides campers as they learn through play.