DUO Multi-Factor Authentication
As part of Florida Atlantic University’s ongoing commitment to safeguard your information, we are in the process of implementing an additional layer of security, multi-factor authentication (MFA). Most banks, Google, Facebook, and Apple already have a similar system that prompts you to confirm the login either by entering a code or accepting the activity. Students will have the option to use MFA for services such as Self-Service. You will be prompted to confirm your login activity by using the multi-factor authentication app DUO on your phone. At this time, enrollment is voluntary, but later in 2019 enrollment will be mandatory for all students. As such, we encourage you to opt-in now. To enroll, go to http://www.fau.edu/oit/accounts/mfa.php and click on the “Two-factor and multi-factor authentication enrollment tool for students” link under the Students, Alumni, and Attended section. OIT will be in the Breezeway on Wednesday, February 20 and 27 to assist with enrolling to DUO.
Learn More/CTA URL: http://fau.edu/oit/accounts/mfa.php.
Wimberly Library Becomes a 24-hour Library
The Wimberly Library is now open 24 hours, five days a week! Throughout the trial period, the library will open at noon on Sundays and remain open until 6 p.m. on Fridays. Saturdays the library will open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. All students who want to enter or remain in the library from 10 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. must have a valid Owl Card. During the extended hours, we want to see who our night owls are! Use the hashtag #FAULibOvernight for a chance to be featured on our social media accounts. Happy studying!
8th Annual Strides for Education Beach Bash Dash & Breaskfast
Beach Run Alert! Join FAU as we race along Juno Beach on Saturday, Feb. 23 to help Take Stock in Children Palm Beach provide college scholarships for low-income students in PBC! You even get a medal!
Register, donate to the Florida Atlantic University team and find event details here: www.StridesforEducationPBC.ORG. Florida Atlantic University is a proud partner of Take Stock in Children Palm Beach County.
For more information contact Devin Herrera, Assistant Director, Campus Life-Northern Campuses at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I Ask: Pillow Case Display
During the week of April 1 – 5, FAU will be recognizing “It’s On Us” week in our annual series of campaigns and events against sexual violence. Please join us as we promote this year’s call to action “I Ask” through a giant pillow case display. Departments and student organization are invited to a pillow case to endorse the theme.
Pillow cases must be standard size (20×30 inches), oriented horizontally in a “flag” direction, and include the following messages: I ask, 2019, your department’s name. Completed pillow cases can be dropped off at the Women & Gender Resource Center (SS-224A) or Victim Services (Library, 156). Deadline for drop off is March 22, 2019.
Need a pillow case? Pick up one at the Owls Care Health Promotion office (SS-222) or email Sarah Deatherage-Rauzin (email@example.com) to arrange a delivery.
Managing Anxiety Around Interviews
Anxious about interviewing? Learn how to manage your anxiety around interviewing with the FAU Career Center and Counseling and Psychology Services. This interactive workshop will help you understand why we experience stress and anxiety about and during interviews, learn tips for managing interview anxiety, learn interview strategies for before, during, and after the interview, and practice mindful interviewing. Click https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/257249 to register!
2019 Owl Breaks
Owl Breaks is an opportunity to spend a university break, serving a community in need. You will travel with other students and staff members to a city within and outside of Florida where you will immerse yourself in service projects and learn about a particular social issue affecting that community.
Owl Breaks will be one of the best weeks of your life – a chance to dedicate an entire week to serving others and learning about a new community. It’s an opportunity to make new friends and come back with a new perspective on a complex issue.
To learn more about Owl Breaks or to register for a trip, please click here. Also, if you have questions about any of the Owl Breaks trips, please contact Lead and Serve at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (561) 297-3607.
Black History Celebration
Travel through various stations to experience the journey of African Americans in history and understand their purpose and legacy. Learn about the significance of various African American leaders, their impacts, and how they contributed to American History. Through storytelling and activities, Davie Student Union and Center for IDEA’s encourages you to be inspired by these historical leaders.
Date: Feb. 11
Time: 11-1 p.m.
Location: Oasis Lounge