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FAU John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter Weekly e-Update
Friday, March 11, 2016
A Weekly Update for FAU Jupiter Faculty & Staff
Jupiter, Education, Top, Honors, Science, FAU, live-learn
Events
Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Distinguished Lecturer Series
Dr. Randy Blakley, executive director of FAU’s Brain Institute, to speak at College of Medicine, "Rare Opportunities for Progress in ADHD Neurobiology: A Tale of Leaky Dopamine Synapses" March 17, 4pm. Alumni Center Great Hall, Room 109. Learn More.
Coffee With the Professor
Ashley Graham Kennedy, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosphy, Wilkes Honors College, Mar. 18. Please RSVP to Kat Yates. Sponsored by PBGMC.
Lifelong Learning
LLS to host LUNAFEST® Film Festival Mar. 24, 6 PM. View the full Winter 2016 Schedule.
MPFI’s public lecture series
Science Meets Music – Alzheimer’s Disease: New insights into causes and therapies . The event features musical performance by FAU’s Department of Music. Mar. 29, 5:30 PM at The Benjamin School. View event details.
Shred-It
Mar 21 is the next pick up for document shredding. Please place documents in bin located in the SR by Fri 18.
Spring Training
Traffic will be heavier on campus between the hours of 11 am – 1pm due to Spring Training. The busiest Spring Training days will be March 18, 21, 22, 23.
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!
Student Making Strides in Her Research Thanks to Shared Facilities Agreement Richard Gordon
Ye Sun, a graduate student in the Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) Integrative Biology and Neuroscience (IBAN) program is currently working on her ambitious Ph.D. project. Her research is integrating 2-photon microscopy and electron microscopy by using 2-photon microscopy to induce the formation of new spines in living neurons. The challenge of her project is the small size of each spine. Fortunately, MPFI’s Electron Microscopy Core acquired the Automatic Tape-Collecting Ultramicrotome (ATUMtome) in 2015. Continuous access to this newly developed tool has been very helpful to Sun’s project. Other FAU students have access to this Electron Microscopy Core thanks to the shared facilities agreement between FAU, Max Planck Florida and Scripps Institutes. Read More.
Baron's Business and Economics Club Brings Together Honors College Alumni and Current Students Randy Dean Blakely, Ph.D
Baron's Business and Economics Club hosted a dinner for alumni and current students on Feb 27 at the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College. This was a great opportunity for current students to speak and network with former Honors College students who have pursued various paths and to learn what life is like after college. A discussion panel was held after the dinner.
FAU's Max Planck Scholars to Present Research at SYNAPSE Richard Gordon
FAU undergraduate students students (pictured left to right) Monique Tromp, Michael Leary, Nicolas Tran, Jana Olivova and Danick Joseph have been invited to present their research completed at Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience at the Symposium for Young Neuroscientist and Professors of the South East (SYNAPSE) annual conference in April. All five students have been serving as Max Planck Scholars since August 2015. The MPFI Scholars Program provides undergraduate science majors the opportunity to gain intensive lab research experience learning from some of the world’s best neuroscientists in a state-of -the-art research facility.
Jupiter Campus on the Move
A weekly update on office space transition
Randy Dean Blakely, Ph.D
In an attempt to keep you informed, we want to provide you with an update on campus moves. The Honors College admissions staff have relocated to the SR Building: Elyse Greenfeld (SR 117), Suzyn-Elayne Soler (SR 118), Colleen Pettit and Student Assistant (SR 120). Monica Maldonado has relocated to HC 148. Please call this number if you have any questions regarding campus moves (561) 799-8531.
Florida Atlantic University, established in 1961, officially opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth public university in Florida. Today, the University, with an annual economic impact of $6.3 billion, serves more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students at sites throughout its six-county service region in southeast Florida. FAU’s John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter opened in the fall of 1999.  The campus presently enrolls more than 1,500 students and offers a broad range of upper-division and graduate courses. The campus is home to the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, the Lifelong Learning Society, and research facilities of Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute.
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