Stuff we’re (mostly virtually) thinking about going to

Role call: Former New York State Sen. Kemp Hannon will preside over an April 15 online discussion of the specific roles of government, academia and the private sector during a health crisis, presented by Hofstra University.

 

April 3
Digital Marketing Zoom Workshop
3-5 p.m., held via Zoom 
The Hofstra University ideaHUb presents Hofstra grad and Hell’s Creative founder Max Bidna in an interactive discussion of online marketing tips for early-stage products and entrepreneurs. Registration limited to 100. Registration and more information.  

April 6
Employee Handbooks & Coronavirus Policies
9:30-10:30 a.m., online
Portnoy Messinger, Pearl & Associates presents a business webinar focused on compliance with legal changes to employee handbooks in the Age of Coronavirus, featuring Mary Simmons, Portnoy Messinger’s director of human resources consulting. HRCI/PDC credits available. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

April 7
NPHW 2020: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Public Health 
1-2 p.m., online 
Hofstra University presents a National Public Health Week webinar featuring social entrepreneur and sustainability expert Dianna Rose, leading a panel discussion of public-health leaders on industry entrepreneurship and emerging factors in the critical public health sector. Registration and more information.

April 13
Social Media Responsibility: What is Your Digital Footprint?
6-7:15 p.m., held via Zoom 
Adelphi University presents an online workshop covering the do’s and don’ts of being a good web citizen, featuring attorney Jennifer Norman. Registration and more information.

April 15
State of HOPE: Closing the Gap on Health Emergencies
5-7 p.m., online
Hofstra University’s State of HOPE (for Healthcare Opportunities and Policy Exchange) lecture series presents a National Public Health Week panel discussion on the specific roles of government, academia and the private sector during a health crisis, moderated by former New York State Sen. Kemp Hannon and featuring representatives of Hofstra and Northwell Health. Registration and more information.

April 17 
Legal Basics for Entrepreneurs 
3-5 p.m., held via Zoom 
The Hofstra University ideaHUb presents a Zoom workshop featuring attorney and mentor-in-residence Robyn Herman, covering common questions in the early stages of business formation. Registration limited to 100. Registration and more information.

April 22
Postponed: New York State Bar Association Earth Day Event, Sahn Ward Coschignano, Uniondale 

April 23 
CAPS/Bully Prevention Center 23rd Annual Spring Luncheon 
10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Carltun on the Park, East Meadow 
Child Abuse Prevention Services/Bully Prevention Center presents its annual Spring Luncheon, honoring New York Jets and New England Patriots great Curtis Martin, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, successful business entrepreneur and well-known charitable contributor. Event sponsorship and e-journal advertisement opportunities available. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

May 14
Canceled: 2020 Neuroscience Conference, SBU Renaissance School of Medicine

May 15
LIA 2020 Awards Gala 
6 p.m., Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury 
The Long Island Association presents its 2020 Awards Gala, the A-list social and business networker packed with prominent business leaders, regional dignitaries and elite sponsors. Ticket and sponsorship information, coronavirus-related scheduling updates and more details right here.

May 27-31
85th CSHL Symposium on Quantitative Biology
Wednesday-Saturday, online
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory presents its annual quantitative biology conference, moved online by the COVID-19 pandemic and focused this year on genome stability and integrity. Virtual meetings, online presentations, digital poster sessions, dedicated channels for one-on-one discussions and more on tap, including a full slate of international presenters. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

May 28
HIA-LI 32nd Annual Business Trade Show and Conference
9 a.m.-3 p.m., SCCC Sports & Exhibition Center, Brentwood
The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island presents its annual trade show and conference, ranked as the Island’s largest yearly B2B event. More than 375 exhibitors and 4,500-plus attendees expected. Coronavirus-related updates, ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

 

Please send calendar items, corrections or questions to Gregory.Zeller@InnovateLI.com.

 


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