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  •   Become an FAU Summer Ambassador

    Do you need to work?  Would you like to travel?  Find out how to become an FAU Summer Ambassador today.  Click  Information  or Click  Register Here .

  • Attention: El Rio Trail Closing

    El Rio Trail, from just south of Yamato Road to Spanish River Boulevard, will be closed completely for approximately four months, beginning 6 a.m., Monday, March 30. This closure is necessary to facilitate the construction of five bridges along the El Rio Trail. Among the myriad activities scheduled during this closure, the contractor will be performing bridge demolition, pouring bridge decks, setting beams, constructing Mechanically Stabilized Earth walls, installing erosion control devices, and re-aligning El Rio Canal itself. During this time, it is unsafe for pedestrians and bicyclists to traverse this area. Pedestrian and bicycle traffic will be detoured via the T-Rex Trail. The Tri-Rail station will still be accessible from Yamato Road via the El Rio Trail.

  • University Center for Excellence in Writing (UCEW) 



    The UCEW is pleased to announce the launch of the Community Center for Excellence in Writing (CCEW). This new community-based writing center is designed to provide writing support for prospective college and graduate students who are not affiliated with FAU and business professionals who need writing support for their workplace writing. The CCEW will also offer a range of workshops on topics such as college admission essays, personal statements, press releases, and strategies for academic writing. Please visit http://www.fau.edu/ccew for more information.

  • What File sharing or Cloud Drive applications do you use?
 


    Regardless of whether you use a Tablet, Mac or a PC, FAU uses a Web based application that is used to securely share files across campus and externally.  Filelocker is a secure area used for exchanging files.  Email exchange of files is not secure and has inherent limitations to the file size that can be sent attached to the email.   Don’t use email file sharing.  File Locker is secure and it gives you the ability to share Large Files.  With Filelocker your files are stored up to 30 days and the files are all encrypted.  To login to the Filelocker application here at FAU point your browser to https://filelocker.fau.edu

    To READ MORE of Cybersecurity blogs go to http://wordpress.fau.edu/security.   For more Cybersecurity information please go to our web site at www.fau.edu/security or contact Larry Thomas, lthomas@fau.edu, 561-297-3259

  • Notice of Required Disclosures 

    Dear FAU Students and Employees:

    Colleges and universities are required to provide students, prospective students, current and prospective employees with various disclosures and notifications concerning specific campus policies and programs.  For your convenience, Florida Atlantic University maintains a website through which students can easily access this important information: Consumer Information

     If you have questions about specific disclosure statements, please contact the departments as indicated. For general questions, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid at 561-297-3530 or email alaurent@fau.edu. Paper copies of any mandated disclosures are available through the Office of Student Financial Aid, located in the Student Support Services building (#80), room 233.

  • Learn About the Research Your License Plate Purchase Supports

    FAU Harbor Branch's Specialty License Plate Program has a new promotional tool to educate the public on the research that is funded by HBOI's four specialty plates. The public outreach video features projects that are supported by each of the four plates: Protect Wild Dolphins, Save Our Seas, Protect Florida Whales and Aquaculture. There are also shorter versions to promote each plate individually, some of which will be used in a television ad campaign on WPTV (the NBC affiliate in West Palm Beach) in the fall. Click here to watch!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDx5TUX8960

  • Alzheimer’s Disease Research Study

    Clinical Research Studies at FAU’s College of Medicine is conducting a new 6 month study of an investigational compound to possibly slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease for subjects 55 to 85 years old. This study is an investigational oral medication designed for subjects already taking donepezil (Aricept) for at least three months. Clinical trial subjects will receive all investigational study medication, study evaluations and an MRI at no cost. Eligible participants will receive payment for time and travel expenses. Call Clinical Research Studies at FAU’s College of Medicine to learn more (561) 297-0164.

  • #FAUThrowback

    We are growing FAUAA's presence on social media and we need your help with our first social campaign! We’ve asked alumni and friends of FAU to submit “Throwback Thursday” photos and we will share our favorites each week.

    This is sure to be a fun way to engage alumni, but we need help getting started! Photos can be of your time at FAU or a particularly special FAU memory/event from a few years or months back. Send photos to sbihr@fau.edu.

    Follow FAU Alumni and the Foundation on social media: 

    www.facebook.com/FAUAlumni

    www.instagram.com/faualumni  

    www.twitter.com/faualumni

    www.facebook.com/faufoundation

    www.twitter.com/faufoundation

  • Pomponi Named Co-Chair of NSF's "Decadal Survey"

    Dr. Shirley Pomponi, Executive Director of the Cooperative Institute for Ocean Engineering, Research and Technology headquartered at HBOI, was recently named co-chair of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) "Decadal Survey of Ocean Sciences: Guidance for NSF on National Ocean Research Priorities." As part of the HBOI Faculty & Project Manager Incentive Program, the honor earned Pomponi a Professional Achievement award.

  • Vision for the Center of eLearning

    The Center for eLearning is introducing several new services to support faculty, departments and colleges in meeting their goals for the development of online programs. A quick overview of those services is provided in a short Vision for the Center of eLearning presentation online. The Center is currently planning to hire additional instructional designers who will be able to assist all full time faculty members (this includes anyone who has or has not taken the CeL 1001 course) with the development of future courses. Faculty members, using the new services, will receive compensation in the form of stipends for their time spent developing courses. The Center of eLearning is now accepting eDesign Consult applications from faculty who are interested in developing courses for summer or fall 2014. For a complete descriptions of all of the support tools and programs we now have available to you, visit our website. In the spring, we are offering the eCertification for Facilitator. Anyone teaching a predesigned course or are assisting with the teaching of a course would benefit from this training opportunity. For an application and information visit the eCertification page of our website.

    The Center is appreciative of the effort of all of our distance educators.

    Victoria Brown, Ed. D.

    Interim Assistant Provost of eLearning

    For more information:

    Contact: Corine Nelson

    E-mail: cnelso40@fau.edu .

  • Invitation to the eLearning Community of Practice

    The Center for eLearning (CEL) hosts a monthly Community of Practice (CoP) meeting for online faculty development. This CoP was initially a service to faculty who have completed CEL’s eLearning Designer/Facilitator Certification program. However, the group would like to open this up to all faculty members. Faculty are invited to come and share online teaching resources, discuss eLearning solutions, hear presentations about online teaching topics, and meet other eLearning colleagues. The CoP meetings are held one Friday each month at noon. If you would like to be added to the CoP email invitation list, please send an email to idesign@fau.edu with your name, email and teaching discipline.

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• Invitation to the eLearning Community of Practice

The Center for eLearning (CEL) hosts a monthly Community of Practice (CoP) meeting for online faculty development. This CoP was initially a service to faculty who have completed CEL's eLearning Designer/Facilitator Certification program. However, the group would like to open this up to all faculty members. Faculty are invited to come and share online teaching resources, discuss eLearning solutions, hear presentations about online teaching topics, and meet other eLearning colleagues. The CoP meetings are held one Friday each month at noon. If you would like to be added to the CoP email invitation list, please send an email to idesign@fau.edu with your name, email and teaching discipline.

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