Tunnel Vision – Davie Campus

Dates: Jan 19-21
Time:11 a.m. -2 p.m.

Explore the systems and forms of oppression directly impacting domestic and global social justice issues. The interactive displays provide a one of a kind, multi-sensory experience for those in attendance.

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Join A Student Organization!

Join us for Owl Involved on January 26, 27, & 28 from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm on the Administration and Housing Lawn.
We will feature 50 different Registered Student Organizations each day representing each of our five councils: Sports Club, Special Interest, Multicultural & Spiritual, Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Academic! Now is the time to get involved and gain leadership experience with a registered student organization. Organizations get up to $500 in funding to host events each semester, RSVP for Owl Involved now by clicking here.
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Take the LEAD: Adaptive Leadership

Join the Office of LEAD for an in-depth discussion on how to be a transparent and accountable leader who is able to apply learned knowledge through response and action in new or unforeseen circumstances.
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
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Level Up-Emotional Intelligence

Learn how to define and practice self-management, self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation and empathy to develop your own emotional intelligence while discovering ways to successfully communicate with others in both a verbal and non-verbal manner.

Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Platform: WebEx: http://bit.ly/levelupei

 

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FAU Frontiers in Science (Join the Talk!)

Join the first virtual FAU Frontiers in Science talk, “Understanding the Big Bang: The Universe Beyond Einstein” on Friday. This webinar will take place on Friday, Jan. 15  at 4 p.m. Register here: http://bit.ly/3osaKY3.

For more information, view this week’s FAU Today on Youtube!

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21 for Spring 2021

FAU Students, Faculty and Staff,

Today’s second “21 for Spring 2021” email covers topics related to Housing and Residential Education, Dining Services, and Transportation Services.

Housing and Residential Education

Residential students received detailed information regarding spring semester move-in procedures from the Department of Housing and Residential Education via email on Dec. 18.

A COVID-19 PCR test is required to check-in to FAU residence halls. PCR tests are considered the “gold standard” in identifying COVID-19 as the system allows detection of very small quantities of the virus that would not be detected with other tests. All Spring 2021 residential students will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result by January 11 at 9 a.m. The test results submitted must be from a test conducted between Dec. 28, 2020 – Jan. 7, 2021. It is recommended that students have the test no more than three days prior to their move-in date.

If residential students fail to provide a test by the required date, their access to the Recreation and Fitness Center and their residence hall/student apartment will be disabled. These students will then be asked to go to Student Health Services to obtain a COVID-19 test before their access is reactivated.

Move-in began on Tuesday, Jan. 5 and will continue through Saturday. New students will participate in an appointment-based check-in process. This will allow each student and family time to transition to campus with reduced traffic. Students can sign-up for move-in appointments on the housing portal.

Current COVID-19 processes related to face coverings, physical distancing, cleaning/disinfection, guest policy, and shared community spaces will remain in place for Spring 2021. Students are required to follow all University guidelines even if guidelines are different in local cities or counties.

Additional information is available on the residential move-in information web page.

Students interested in employment on campus for Fall 2021 can apply for one of three student positions with the Department of Housing and Residential Education: Resident Assistant, Desk Assistant, or Community Service Officer. Students who are planning to take classes in Summer 2021 can apply for summer housing on the housing portal when the Summer Housing Application opens March 1.

Questions can be directed to Housing and Residential Education at housing@fau.edu or 561-297-2880.

 

Dining Services

Dining Services hours are available here. All retail locations are take-out only. The Atlantic Dining Hall has limited seating.

FAU dining facilities undergo stringent cleaning and sanitation procedures in accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Visit the Dining Services website for additional information.

 

Transportation Services

Visit the Parking and Transportation website for detailed information and schedules. Face coverings are required on the FAU-operated shuttle bus and within other official FAU vehicles.

Remember to Protect Your Owl Family. Following safety protocols and public health recommendations will limit COVID-19 on our campuses, as well as locally and across the country.

Students and employees need to continue reporting to Student Health Services (561-297-3512, select option 3) if experiencing COVID-19 or flu symptoms, are exposed to COVID-19 (even if out of the area) or test positive for COVID-19.

General questions related to the COVID-19 situation should be directed to FAUCOVID19@fau.edu. All feedback is shared with applicable departments across FAU campuses to ensure adjustments as necessary. Visit the FAU coronavirus website for additional information.

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HBSA Presents Beach Cleanup

HBSA Presents Beach Cleanup

Ft. Pierce Jetty Park.
Saturday, Nov. 14
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

For More info email: ktandberg2013@fau.edu

Harbor Branch Students Association

If accommodation(s) for disability is required, contact Dr. Peter J. McCarthy – 772-242-2632
TTY – 1-800-955-8770, a minimum of five (5) working days in advance of the date of the event

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The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM)

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) provides a strong curriculum, delivering the foundations and principles of Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Procurement, and Sourcing, integrated with concentrated study of Business Analytics, Shipping, and Trade in order to provide graduates with the key skills and hands-on experience demanded by employers locally, statewide, nationally, and internationally.

Learn More/CTA URL:
https://business.fau.edu/masters-phd/master-of-science/ms-in-information-technology-management/msscm/

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Careers In Retrograde Pt 2

This networking event provides students and alumni to network with organizations in the social services industry. Various opportunities may be available such as, full-time, part-time, volunteer and internship positions

https://fau.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/16901

 

 

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FAU Career Center – Social Services Networking Night

According to the National Association Of Colleges and Employers, Global/Intercultural Fluency is one of the career readiness skills that employers covet. There are many different career paths that students who study languages and linguistics can pursue. The Peace Corps, the FBI and Orange County Schools will discuss the different career opportunities available within their organizations. All majors are welcome.

https://fau.joinhandshake.com/events/538714/share_preview

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