Come learn about the various options to study abroad! We have 12-day study abroad programs, summer, spring, or fall semester exchange programs or even year-long programs! Keep in mind that all students (out-of-state and international) pay in-state course fees.
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Interested in studying abroad? Join us on November 2nd to hear about all the international study opportunities you have! Come out to the College of Business Complex Lobby between 11:00 am and 2 pm.
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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.
The Office of Women in Medicine and Science Spotlight Series presents: “Women in Politics”
WIMS invites you to its second Spotlight Series event led by Katy Sorenson – former Miami-Dade County Commissioner– next Thursday, October 19th from 12:00pm-1:00pm.
Hope to see you there!
What makes a consumer buy one product over another — and makes one job-seeker much more sought after than others? This all has to do with your personal branding. Come out to this workshop and learn how to define who you are, how you are great, and why YOU should be sought out.
Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole has trailblazed paths in the worlds of art and higher education. As director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Dr. Cole oversaw groundbreaking exhibitions, expanded the education programs, and served as the first Chief Diversity Officer at the Smithsonian. She was the first African-American woman to serve as President of Spelman College, and is an accomplished anthropologist, educator, and author. Dr. Cole has received numerous awards, including the BET Honors Education Award.
Since 1981, the Steven & Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series has brought over 130 renowned artists, critics, curators and other art world luminaries to our South Florida community. These speakers have shaped art history through their scholarly, creative, and leadership contributions. They have inspired us to think critically, investigate further, and consider the discourses and practices that shape the world of art.
Event Description: At Smart Cities Week® over 1,500 (inter)national, state and local government officials, utilities, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations attended – all with a common goal of working together to develop and build a better future for cities and their citizens.
Searching for an internship or a job is a job in itself. We welcome all arts, communication,media & marketing majors to attend this workshop to learn about tools and strategies to assist with your search. We will review resources for finding jobs (e.g. Handshake, LinkedIn, The Muse) and networking (e.g. student organizations, classmates, professional associations, LinkedIn company pages, on campus events), and will encourage you to create an action plan for your search.
Learn how and why networking is vital to your career, and how you can network your way into a job by knowing your audience and perfecting your own networking skills.