Across the University 8/30/2012

2012-2013 Six@Six lecture series announced
The Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement recently released the schedule for the third season of the Six@Six lecture series. Six@Six is a community lecture series made up of six lectures throughout the year that begin at 6 p.m. Five of the six lectures are off campus. The first installment, Forever Free: The Constitutionality of the Emancipation Proclamation, is Sept. 19 at the Mercantile Library in Cincinnati. Northern Kentucky University professor John Bickers will host and lead the presentation.

Student Organization Board meeting Sept. 13
The first Student Organization Board meeting is Sept. 13 at 12:15 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. The meeting is held to gather information for the year including student organization orientations, funding opportunities and what is new in Student Life. All organizations are asked to send a representative to the meeting. NKU Student Government Association and Northern Kentucky Leadership Institute will provide lunch. RSVP to Ali Hedges at

iNKU app updates available
The Office of Information Technology recently announced that a new version of the iNKU mobile app is now available on Android smartphones and tablets. iNKU for Android includes access to a variety of Northern Kentucky University resources. The free Android version is available for download from Google at The university also released iNKU version 2.7 for iOS devices. The free download is available at

Tech Day award nomination deadline approaching
Northern Kentucky University and its students can be nominated as one of Kentucky’s 2012 tech leaders. The deadline to nominate Kentucky students, businesses, schools and organizations that promote innovative uses of technology is Oct. 1. ConnectKentucky is hosting the 2012 Tech Day awards Nov. 13. For more information on how to nominate and what awards are available, visit