FAU John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter Weekly e-Update
Friday, March 10, 2017
A Weekly Update for FAU Jupiter Faculty & Staff
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Shuttle to Jupiter
FAU Parking has announced a new shuttle to Jupiter starting March 13.

Pickup/Drop Off:
Boca: Administration (AD-10)
Jupiter: Research Facility (MC17/19).

WIFI is available on the bus. View the map.

Shuttle Schedule Monday – Friday
Leaves Boca 9:00 AM
Leaves Jupiter 10:45 AM
Leaves Boca 2:00 PM
Leaves Jupiter 3:15 PM

Initial time may change based on user demand.

FAU Foundation’s Annual Owl’s Nest
2nd Annual Owl's Nest Egg Drop
Mar. 14, 2-3:30 p.m., behind the EC building.

Please submit your team to Gabrielle Vitucci. The event supports the FAU Foundation’s annual Owl’s Nest Faculty & Staff Giving Campaign. Donate Here.

Lifelong Learning (LLS)
Upcoming Lecture:
LUNAFEST, Mar. 16, 7 - 9pm. Learn More. View the full Winter 2017 schedule
Brain Institute Neuroscience Seminar Series
"Neural Mechanisms of Social Bonding and Empathy: Implications for Autism," Larry Young, Emory University.
Mar. 21., 4pm
Rm. 106, Engineering East Bldg. Boca Raton Campus.
Video Conference in Jupiter MC-17, 119.
View the flyer.
View the full seminar series schedule.
Human Resources
Dave Tomanio from HR will be on Jupiter campus, SR 225, on March 15 from 9 am to 1 pm to meet with employees regarding HR matters. Please call Allen Chie-For at 7-6055 to schedule an appointment.
Legislative Update
Read the latest Legislative Update from FAU Government Relations here.
Submit News
Please use the Digital Marketing Application Form to submit events and items of interest for inclusion in @FAUJupiter. The deadline for submitting items to be included in the announcements for the following week is Thursday at 5 p.m. Submit your news today!
Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation Honors Murphey and Blakely Richard Gordon
Rod Murphey, Ph. D., director of FAU’s Jupiter Life Science Initiative and chair of the Biological Sciences Department, and Randy Blakely, Ph. D., executive director of the FAU Brain Institute, were recently honored with “See the Light” awards at the Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation's "Sweetness & Laughter Gala."

“We are recognizing joint leaders, Drs. Blakely and Murphey, who have helped pioneer the FAU’s Brain institute and the world-class Jupiter neurosciences campus in partnership with Scripps Research Institute and Max Planck," said Kevin Romer, president of the Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation.

The Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation was founded with a mission to promote and lead critical awareness, testing, counseling and research initiatives that hold promise for the prevention and eventual cure of fatal children's genetic diseases of the brain.

Shamma Receives Seed Grant For Poetry App Richard Gordon
South Florida Culture awarded a seed grant to Wilkes Honors College Assistant Professor of American Literature Yasmine Shamma, Ph.D. for her project titled “Stanza: Mapping the Poetry of Place.” Shamma has created an app that offers a digital archive of poetry written near the app user. The seed grant will cover server costs for the first year of the project’s publication, and Shamma intends to apply for larger scale funding from national organizations that support the digital humanities and innovation. The first phase of the project focuses on mapping where poetry was written in the Florida Keys.
Jupiter’s LLS Presents the Honorable Francis J. ‘Bing’ West Richard Gordon
FAU Jupiter’s Lifelong Learning Society will present a lecture by the Honorable Francis J. “Bing” West on Tuesday, March 21 at 2:15 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Society complex. “Why Does America Win Battles and Lose Wars,” sponsored by Win and Lenore Gerson, will focus on the failed U.S. military objectives in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

West is an author and former Assistant U.S. Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs during the Reagan Administration. Read More.

Wilkes Honors College “Scholars Day” a Success Richard Gordon
The Wilkes Honors College’s annual “Scholars Day” was held last week and welcomed a select group of high-preforming potential students to information sessions about the college. These top-prospects also interviewed with faculty members for prestigious scholarships. Dean Goldey spent time with the students and provided special remarks about the exciting opportunities available at the Wilkes Honors College and the Jupiter campus.
Florida Atlantic University’s John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter presently enrolls more than 1,500 students and offers a broad range of upper-division and graduate courses. The campus houses the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College and the nation’s largest Lifelong Learning Society. Both the FAU Brain Institute and the FAU Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology call the MacArthur campus home, providing cutting edge research infrastructure and educational programs that link to other FAU campuses. The Jupiter Life Science Initiative serves to unite scientists and students in campus research and training activities, and helps sustain FAU’s close affiliations with Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute, which are also located on the campus.
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