We welcome hundreds of guests to the Frost Art Museum FIU for our Family Days, which take place every spring and fall. We provide a variety of hands-on art activities that bring the museum’s collection and exhibitions to life. These activities foster a love of learning in children, supporting positive experiences for the entire family.
Are you undecided in choosing a graduate program? Come to this workshop and learn the importance of choosing the perfect school, exploring different career options, and taking advantage of all your resources.
You’re invited to join Palo Alto Networks on October 23-24, 2017, for the inaugural Federal Ignite 2017!
Cyber threats are more advanced than ever before, and the prosperity of the country depends on cybersecurity developments that address these ever-evolving dangers. On Tuesday, October 24, notable government and industry cybersecurity leaders will discuss next-generation threat prevention in a can’t-miss event.
Secure your seat to hear the following speakers and many more:
- Tom Bossert, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism
- Congressman John Ratcliffe, Chairman, House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Protection
- Congressman Mike Gallagher, House Homeland Security Committee & House Armed Services Committee
- John Davis, Vice President, Federal Chief Security Officer, Palo Alto Networks
- Peter Kim, Air Force Chief Information Security Officer
- Donald Freese, Deputy Assistant Director, Information & Technology Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Tim Hanlon, Chief, Infrastructure Management Office (AOES), U.S. Courts
- Mark McLaughlin, Chairman and CEO, Palo Alto Networks
- Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer, Palo Alto Networks
- John Kindervag, Field Chief Technology Officer, Palo Alto Networks
Training and testing workshops will be held on Monday, October 23; the general session, industry panels and technology tracks take place on Tuesday, October 24.
Registration link: https://ignite.paloaltonetworks.com/federal/
Join us for the opening reception of Reflections of the Americas: New Acquisitions from the Collection of Univision. This exhibition features over 40 serigraphs, paintings and mixed-media works created by 40 of the most well-known and established artists throughout Latin America will be on view through January 3, 2018. This generous donation from Univision Communications, Inc. reflects a rich tapestry of artists and artistic traditions, many of which will be new to our visitors.
If you’re unsure of what you want to choose as your major, the Exploratory Advising Center hosts panels that are open for all students to attend. Below, you’ll find the information for our next panel. This is your opportunity to ask professionals in the Biological & Environmental Sciences and Health Sciences fields any questions that you may have so that you can decide whether you would like to consider this field for yourself, as well!
Beyond brick and mortar: Leveraging remote technologies to extend the reach and scope of children’s mental health care. A lecture by Jonathan S. Comer, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Director, Mental Health Interventions and Technology (MINT) Program, CCF, FIU