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January 17 - February 15, 2020

Friday, January 17

The Week in Review

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Freezer Pop Friday

Grab a free freezer pop and information about upcoming campus events.

LEAD Tabling Event

Tabling will be focused on recruiting students for the annual WeLead Symposium happening on Jan. 25 while also discussing LEAD programs.

Art, Conversation & Collectors

European and American, Historical and Avant-garde works of art will be viewed and interpreted in this eight-week series by Dr. Terryl Lawrence.

The Isolating Dilemmas of Life in Film

These eight choices reveal the astonishing richness of presentation that only film can achieve. Gripping in their plots and acting, they never descend into...

Paul Peluso, Ph.D.

CEU Event. Presented by Paul Peluso, Professor & Chair, FAU department of Counselor Education, and Andrew Baker, Clinical Director of Comprehensive Wellness...

Student Government Meet and Greet

Want to make an impact at FAU? Learn how you can join student government to make an immediate impact on the student experience, while gaining valuable...

Frontiers in Science with Dr. Michael "Misha" Smirnov

The 2020 FAU Frontiers in Science lecture series runs from Friday, January 17 through Wednesday, May 20. We have experts this season from a range of...

Karaoke Night

Karaoke night is back! Show off your voice or cheer on your friends. Come to the Burrow to make new friends and reunite with old ones over karaoke.

Nut Cracked

Jan 17, 7pm Jan 18, 1 pm Jan 18, 7pm David Parker & The Bang Group, a New York-based contemporary dance company, and FAU's Repertory Dance Theatre...

Nut/Cracked

David Parker and The Bang Group, a New York-based contemporary dance company, and FAU's Repertory Dance Theatre Ensemble and FAU dance minors, perform The...

Saturday, January 18

Nut/Cracked

David Parker and The Bang Group, a New York-based contemporary dance company, and FAU's Repertory Dance Theatre Ensemble and FAU dance minors, perform The...

Paint and Play

Come relax and play with some arts and crafts provided by the Residential Mentors.

Nut/Cracked

David Parker and The Bang Group, a New York-based contemporary dance company, and FAU's Repertory Dance Theatre Ensemble and FAU dance minors, perform The...

Sunday, January 19

Gift of Life Marrow Registry’s Steps for Life 5k Run/Walk South Florida

Join us in the fight to cure blood cancers through stem cell and bone marrow transplants! Each of us has the power within us to save someone's life! Gift...

Lecture with Rabbi Joseph Polak

Polak, a child-survivor of the Westerbork and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps, is the Chief Justice of the Rabbinical Court of Massachusetts, and an...

Rabbi Joseph Polak “The Children, the Children”

Rabbi Joseph Polak, a child-survivor of the Westerbork Bergen Belsen concentration camps, is the Chief Justice of the Rabbinical Court of Massachusetts, and...

Monday, January 20

2020 MLK Diversity Address and Day of Service

Join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a breakfast, keynote address, and the official send-off for those heading to...

MLK Diversity Address and Day of Service

Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with the Diversity Address and Day of Service. Begin the day with breakfast and a keynote...

Tuesday, January 21

"Mr. Comey, You’re Fired!": The Unitary Executive and Separation of Powers

Honorable Bruce Reinhart will discuss decisions addressing issues of Presidential power in the last few years and what they may indicate about future cases...

Hispanic/Latina/o/x Mixer

Learn the history of the term "LatinX," how it became a trend, and why communities accept and/or reject the identity. After, play a kahoot game and compete...

Make a Difference Tuesday

Discover ways to make a difference anywhere you go by participating in the activity of the day!

The Prime Ministers Who Shaped Israel

In this four-part series, Professor Nurnberger will explore the stories of four giants of Israeli history and politics and their historical impact.

Music Americana: A Lifetime of Song

In this 8-week course, Rod MacDonald will examine the work, biographies and enduring importance of notable musical artists and attempt to sort myth from...

 FAU Neuroscience Seminar Series

SPEAKER: Gregory A. Clark, Ph.D., University of Utah. LOCATION: BC 71, Room 126, Boca campus

Great Decisions - U.S. Foreign Policy Lecture 2020

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D., Professor & Foreign Policy Association Fellow Then click on 'Packages' in the upper left hand corner. Find the 'Great Decisions...

Wednesday, January 22

From Russian Empire to Soviet Union: The Jewish Experience

This 4-week lecture series takes participants from the last years of Tsarist rule under Nicholas II to the eve of WWII with a focus on the destruction of the...

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

Jews of Florida: Their Stories by Marcia Jo Zervitz

Author lecture and book signing. Marcia Jo Zervitz has written the first comprehensive history of Jews of Florida from colonial times to the present. It is a...

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

The Perfection of Deception: Magicians Who Changed History!

Magician Harry Maurer presents a fascinating lecture filled with mystery and intrigue, peppered with just a “little bit of magic” about magicians who have...

Thursday, January 23

FAU Libraries' Tech Showcase

Join the Library’s Information Technology Services (ITS) Department on January 23 from 10-2 p.m. for its first ever Technology showcase and open house! The...

The Challenges in Modern World Journalism: Patriotism vs. Journalism

Dana Weiss discusses the conflicting roles of patriotic identity and journalistic integrity, the impact of reporting during war-time and election seasons,...

Objection! Current Contentious and Confusing Legal Battles

This series by Irving Labovitz, J.D. will focus on selected current, highly publicized, volatile and contentious legal issues presented in important selected...

Hoda Hawa

Dr. Kelly J. Shannon, Associate Professor of History at FAU, and Hoda Hawa, Director of the Washington, D.C. Office of the Muslim Public Affairs Council...

Hagood Plays the Blues

Taylor Hagood is back with live singing and playing along with lecture in an entertaining and educational experience about the blues. He will follow such...

Friday, January 24

The Week in Review

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Treating the Trauma of Infidelity in Couples Work

Presenter: Heather Thompson, PhD, LCSW Date/Time: Friday, January 24, 2020, 9 am - 4 pm Location: FAU Boca Raton Campus, Room TBDCost: $175; $150 Early Bird...

Art, Conversation & Collectors

European and American, Historical and Avant-garde works of art will be viewed and interpreted in this eight-week series by Dr. Terryl Lawrence.

The Isolating Dilemmas of Life in Film

These eight choices reveal the astonishing richness of presentation that only film can achieve. Gripping in their plots and acting, they never descend into...

Amplifying Artistic Activism: An Afternoon of Art and Ideas

Featuring Jade Zaroff, founder of Entertainment for Change, whose mission is to engage, empower, and educate young people (high school/college) about the...

Amplifying Artistic Activism: An Afternoon of Art and Ideas

Featuring: Jade Zaroff (Founder of Entertainment for Change) , Palm Beach Dramaworks, Theatre Lab, Drive by Press, Students for Peace, The Sea Turtle...

Synapse 2020

Local Neuroscientists: Let’s Connect Join us for our Annual Poster Session and Happy Hour Hosted by: Scripps Research Friday, Jan. 24, from 4 to 6...

Frontiers in Science with M Jackson, Ph.D.

Join us for the seventh lecture in the series. Featuring Chong-Fang, Ph.D. a geographer, glaciologist, TED Fellow, and National Geographic Society Explorer....

Hand and I Exhibition Lecture

Hand and I exhibition artists Miriam Schaer and Pip Brant will discuss their work, their inspirations, and what it means to be working artists today. Schaer...

Saturday, January 25

Power Stitching: The Embroidered Cover

Instructor Miriam Schaer Saturday & Sunday January 25 & 26, 2020 10 AM to 4 PM each day Jaffe Book Arts Gallery, FAU Library In this workshop you will be...

Piano Music by Beethoven and His Followers: Chopin and Liszt

Celebrating Beethoven’s 250th Birth Year, tthis program features not only music by Beethoven, but also music by Chopin and Liszt, who were inspired and...

Sunday, January 26

Power Stitching: The Embroidered Cover

Instructor Miriam Schaer Saturday & Sunday January 25 & 26, 2020 10 AM to 4 PM each day Jaffe Book Arts Gallery, FAU Library In this workshop you will be...

Monday, January 27

Does Trump Foreign Policy Make America Strong?

This 8-week lecture series by Dr. Robert Rabil examines some major challenges to U.S. national security with the objective of assessing and qualifying...

open house

The Office of Appreciative Education is truly thankful for your support throughout the past few years. We are very lucky to be in a brand new space that...

DSU Week Kickoff

Celebrate 11 years of student life at the Davie Student Union with free cake and an opportunity to design your own Owl.

Emotional Intelligence Grow Older; Grow Wiser; Lead by Example

In this informative and entertaining lecture, Dr. Katz will explore emotional intelligence and its implications. Emotional intelligence, defined as “the...

Personal Library Tours

Get to know the library’s services, study spaces, and areas like Special Collections, Jaffe Center for Book Arts, and Recorded Sound Archives. These...

American Romance

This 6-week series examines American Romanticism, focusing on the ways writers and artists depicted the American landscape, personality and spirit of...

Fame and Anonymity

In this course, we will view eight unknown films starring top-flight actors. As always, Dr. Stone will unravel his storehouse of “tales of Hollywood and...

Tuesday, January 28

The Sinner Lurking in All of Us

The devil made me do it!” — Comedian Flip Wilson This lecture will describe how often circumstances, rather than our character, unwittingly shape our...

The Prime Ministers Who Shaped Israel

In this four-part series, Professor Nurnberger will explore the stories of four giants of Israeli history and politics and their historical impact.

DSU Kahoot

How much do you know about FAU? Compete along side fellow students for various prizes in a friendly game of Kahoot.

Music Americana: A Lifetime of Song

In this 8-week course, Rod MacDonald will examine the work, biographies and enduring importance of notable musical artists and attempt to sort myth from...

Level Up

Drop in and play some of your favorite video games across a variety of systems. Refreshments and giveaways will be available.

Great Decisions - U.S. Foreign Policy Lecture 2020

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D., Professor & Foreign Policy Association Fellow Then click on 'Packages' in the upper left hand corner. Find the 'Great Decisions...

Personal Library Tours

Get to know the library’s services, study spaces, and areas like Special Collections, Jaffe Center for Book Arts, and Recorded Sound Archives. These...

Washington’s Floating World: How Politics in Our Nation’s Capital Has Become the World’s Most Important and Watched Theater

Steve Clemons, Editor-at-Large of The Hill, one of the nation’s most widely read political media outlets, will share his perspective on how Washington’s...

Wednesday, January 29

Education Toolkit Training by the Legal Aid Society

A Guide for Advocating for Your Child’s Education & Special Needs. Parents Will Learn: What to do when there is a problem How to ask for and...

DSU Family and Friends

Connect with the programs and services offered by all of the FAU departments that regularly program in the DSU.

Make a Difference Wednesday

Students will participate in an engaging game of “guess who” with impactful leaders and the difference they have made.

From Russian Empire to Soviet Union: The Jewish Experience

This 4-week lecture series takes participants from the last years of Tsarist rule under Nicholas II to the eve of WWII with a focus on the destruction of the...

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

Who was Gandhi

Join Dr. Diug McGethin, Associate Professor and Interim Director od FAU's Peace, Justice, and Human Rights (PJHR) Initiative for a lecture on Gandhi's life.

Dances of Love, Joy and Dreams

Dance helps us forget all the problems in our lives and allows us simply to enjoy the moment. Come and lose yourself at an unforgettable evening featuring...

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

Thursday, January 30

The World in 2020: Geopolitical Threats and Hopes

Professor Walid Phares, a seasoned expert in international relations, a former advisor to two Presidential candidates, and current advisor to lawmakers in...

Electricity Wars: Tesla, Edison, Westinghouse, and Marconi

Toward the end of the 19th century, a fierce battle known as “The War of the Currents” was waged to control electrical energy. This lecture will discuss how...

SUES: Nail the Perfect Job

Learn why money isn't the only factor you should consider in your job search. Broward County Human Resources reps will help students understand all that goes...

Internship and Study Abroad Showcase

Research organizations attending and their opportunities on Handshake. Event only open to FAU students and alumni.

Objection! Current Contentious and Confusing Legal Battles

This series by Irving Labovitz, J.D. will focus on selected current, highly publicized, volatile and contentious legal issues presented in important selected...

Queer Coffee

LGBTQ+ students and allies will explore and discuss topics related to identity and inclusion.

Rethinking Civil Society in the Age of Revolutions

Don't miss Dr. Adrian O'Connor, an associate professor of history from the University of South Florida, give an exciting lecture that focuses on rethinking...

Zionism, Israel and American Jewry: A Polarized or Crumbling Relationship?

This lecture aims at understanding the crisis gripping the Jewish community regarding the challenges facing Israel and its policies and actions.

The Songs of Willie Nelson

Join Rod MacDonald & The Humdingers for a fun tour through the life, music and genius of Willie Nelson, as told in his songs.

Friday, January 31

The Week in Review

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Art, Conversation & Collectors

European and American, Historical and Avant-garde works of art will be viewed and interpreted in this eight-week series by Dr. Terryl Lawrence.

Reading Comprehension

Challenges for Children with ASD & Their Parents Reading comprehension presents as a unique challenge for children with ASD and their parents alike. This...

The Isolating Dilemmas of Life in Film

These eight choices reveal the astonishing richness of presentation that only film can achieve. Gripping in their plots and acting, they never descend into...

student with eyes covered

A presentation of the history of the lives of persons with intellectual disabilities. This visual history will be told through the lens of social science...

Saturday, February 1

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Nature Bound & Brayered

Instructor Leslie Marsh with Merike Van Zanten Saturday & Sunday, February 1 & 2, 2020 10 AM to 4 PM each day JCBA's Book & Paper Studio at Historic...

All My Sons

Experience Academy Award-winner Sally Field and Bill Pullman in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" in this pre-recorded program from National Theatre Live.

Sunday, February 2

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Nature Bound & Brayered

Instructor Leslie Marsh with Merike Van Zanten Saturday & Sunday, February 1 & 2, 2020 10 AM to 4 PM each day JCBA's Book & Paper Studio at Historic...

Monday, February 3

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Does Trump Foreign Policy Make America Strong?

This 8-week lecture series by Dr. Robert Rabil examines some major challenges to U.S. national security with the objective of assessing and qualifying...

Great Short Stories

This 6-week course will examine canonical short fiction of the last 150 years with an emphasis on contemporary works of short fiction and graphic stories by...

Standing on the Precipice of Change: African Americans and the Civil War

Join Dr. Newby-Alexander as she explores how African Americans seized the opportunity to gain their freedom, however tenuous, during the Civil War. A...

American Romance

This 6-week series examines American Romanticism, focusing on the ways writers and artists depicted the American landscape, personality and spirit of...

Take the Lead Series - Minorities Mastering Leadership

Join this panel discussion on marginalized groups taking charge and leading with integrity.

Fame and Anonymity

In this course, we will view eight unknown films starring top-flight actors. As always, Dr. Stone will unravel his storehouse of “tales of Hollywood and...

Tuesday, February 4

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Primaries, Politics and Pundits: Inside the 2020 Presidential Election

Professor Wagner will present survey results, media clips, and analysis of the latest happenings to give us an in depth look at the 2020 Presidential Election.

The Prime Ministers Who Shaped Israel

In this four-part series, Professor Nurnberger will explore the stories of four giants of Israeli history and politics and their historical impact.

Research Methodology Seminars

Psychometric Alpha: What, Why, and Where to Get More. Date: Feb. 4 Time: 1 to 2 p.m. Location: College of Education, Melby Center, Room 240

Music Americana: A Lifetime of Song

In this 8-week course, Rod MacDonald will examine the work, biographies and enduring importance of notable musical artists and attempt to sort myth from...

Great Decisions - U.S. Foreign Policy Lecture 2020

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D., Professor & Foreign Policy Association Fellow Then click on 'Packages' in the upper left hand corner. Find the 'Great Decisions...

The Professor's Professor: Faulkner, Literature, and the Present World

Join Professor Taylor Hagood and his college professor, Joseph R. Urgo, for this special one-time presentation analyzing the works of author William...

Wednesday, February 5

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Getting Started with the Literature Review

This introduction to the literature review will describe its steps and the various types. Recommended for upper-level undergraduate students and graduate...

From Russian Empire to Soviet Union: The Jewish Experience

This 4-week lecture series takes participants from the last years of Tsarist rule under Nicholas II to the eve of WWII with a focus on the destruction of the...

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

Congressman and Ambassador: FAU Grads Tell Their Stories

Dan Mica was FAU’s first Student Government President. He was appointed by three U.S. Presidents to various high level government positions, including US...

The Golden Age of Jewish Humor II: You Don't Have to Be Jewish to Love This Humor!

Professor Cohen returns to deliver part two of his Jewish humor series with new material as well as some of your all-time favorite jokes and stories.

The John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series

The Ocean Science Lecture Series provides a forum for the community at large to learn about Harbor Branch's most recent discoveries directly from the...

Thursday, February 6

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Schindler's List: A Retrospective

This lecture will use clips from “Schindler’s List” to examine the legacy of a film that changed the landscape of how we come to grips with understanding the...

Lunch and Learn: The Perpetual Crisis of American Higher Education

In this lunch and learn event moderated by Professor Hagood, Professor Urgo will discuss the current state of higher education, its leadership needs and its...

Bodega Central

Join us as we host a discussion platform aimed at uniting the Hispanic/Latin community! Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to participate by sharing...

Student Union Engagement Presents: Yusef Salaam

Exonerated Five member Yuseff Salaam comes to campus to share his story of wrongful conviction and eventual exoneration.

Objection! Current Contentious and Confusing Legal Battles

This series by Irving Labovitz, J.D. will focus on selected current, highly publicized, volatile and contentious legal issues presented in important selected...

Kim Ghattas BBC RADIO & TV CORRESPONDENT

Lecture and Book Signing Ghattas is the New York Times Bestselling author of “The Secretary” and was part of an Emmy Award-winning BBC team covering the...

Academy Award Winning Songs When You Could Still Sing Them

Harvey Granat will take us through over 40 years of the songs we have come to love. We will explore the changing musical tastes, the people who wrote these...

Friday, February 7

FAU Alpha Psi Omega National Theater Honor Society presents "for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf" by Ntozake Shange's

For colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf is a choreopoem comprised of a series of 20 separate poems choreographed to music...

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First 5 Weeks

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 1 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the...

Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Presenter: Patricia A. Forde, MA, RN Date/Time: Friday, February 7, 2020, 9 am - 4 pm Location: FAU Boca Raton Campus, Room TBDCost: $175; $150 Early Bird...

The Week in Review

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Art, Conversation & Collectors

European and American, Historical and Avant-garde works of art will be viewed and interpreted in this eight-week series by Dr. Terryl Lawrence.

The Isolating Dilemmas of Life in Film

These eight choices reveal the astonishing richness of presentation that only film can achieve. Gripping in their plots and acting, they never descend into...

BBC Correspondent Kim Ghattas

Florida Atlantic University and the Palm Beach Book Festival present BBC Radio Correspondent Kim Ghattas with a lecture and book signing on Thursday, Feb. 6...

Frontiers in Science with Dr. Sheila Patek

Join us for the third lecture in the series. Featuring Sheila Patek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology at Duke University. “From Fast to Ultra-Fast: The...

Saturday, February 8

The Glass Piano by Alix Sobler

A US Premiere, Alexandra thought her life would never change, Living in the castle with her father, the failed poet, her maid, the wise Galstina, and...

Play In The Park

Bring the whole family to play on the playground, meet new people, socialize and interact with each other and FAU CARD staff.

Piano Performance: Understanding Your Audience

In this concert/lecture, Bob Milne will demonstrate and explain why you like certain performances and not others. You will hear just how far someone can...

Brahms in Love, with Irena Kofman and Friends

This concert presents Brahms’ most passion-filled music. His beautiful Leibeslieder Waltzes op.52 for 4 voices and piano duet were inspired by his love for...

Monday, February 10

Does Trump Foreign Policy Make America Strong?

This 8-week lecture series by Dr. Robert Rabil examines some major challenges to U.S. national security with the objective of assessing and qualifying...

 The Magic and Mystery of Las Vegas

Dr. Lawrence will explore the incredible growth in population and extraordinary architecture of Las Vegas and its unique tales.

Great Short Stories

This 6-week course will examine canonical short fiction of the last 150 years with an emphasis on contemporary works of short fiction and graphic stories by...

Off the Page with Dr. Angela Rhone

Unwind with a cup of coffee or hot tea and conversation with FAU Broward faculty member, Dr. Angela Rhone.

American Romance

This 6-week series examines American Romanticism, focusing on the ways writers and artists depicted the American landscape, personality and spirit of...

“The Problem of Political Kidnapping” with Danielle Gilbert

Kidnapping is a global, costly, and underexamined form of political violence. Though hostage taking has been a feature of conflict since the earliest records...

Fame and Anonymity

In this course, we will view eight unknown films starring top-flight actors. As always, Dr. Stone will unravel his storehouse of “tales of Hollywood and...

Tuesday, February 11

Personal Library Tours

Get to know the library’s services, study spaces, and areas like Special Collections, Jaffe Center for Book Arts, and Recorded Sound Archives. These...

They're Human: Presidential Faults, Foibles and Fun

Having grown up around presidents, congressmen, senators and other famous American, Clifton Truman Daniel will show us many of our chief executives in their...

Toilet Training Tips for Parents

Training for constituents, family members and community professionals on basic principles and strategies related to effective toilet training.

Library Research 101 Workshop

Get started with using the library! Learn about its most commonly used services and information sources. Recommended for any major, new students, and all...

Dramawise: Skylight by David Hare

Explore the passion and excitement of Palm Beach Dramaworks’ production of the modern classic, “Skylight” in this thought-provoking and interactive lecture...

Music Americana: A Lifetime of Song

In this 8-week course, Rod MacDonald will examine the work, biographies and enduring importance of notable musical artists and attempt to sort myth from...

Great Decisions - U.S. Foreign Policy Lecture 2020

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D., Professor & Foreign Policy Association Fellow Then click on 'Packages' in the upper left hand corner. Find the 'Great Decisions...

Cultured: The Beauty of Black Heritage

Learn about and celebrate the beauty, culture, and heritage of multiple communities, including individuals from the Carribean, Africa, South America, and...

Kinky Boots

Experience the glamour of the dazzling hit musical, KINKY BOOTS, in this pre-recorded program not once, but TWICE!

Wednesday, February 12

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Leadership in Turbulent Times Doris Kearns Goodwin is a world-renowned presidental historian, public speaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York times #1...

Social  Narratives

An Evidenced- based intervention for ASD and other developmental delays. Understand how to teach appropriate social behaviors and help overcome the anxiety...

Business Information Resources Workshop

Get to know the sources of information that your business professors want you to use in your assignments! This workshop shows you how to use the library's...

The Golden Age of Broadway Part III

This series puts a spotlight on four creative geniuses (Harold Arlen, Marvin Hamlisch, Dorothy Fields, and Sammy Cahn) who each carved out a special place in...

An Evening of Short Stories with Frank Cerabino

Palm Beach Post humorist Frank Cerabino will be entertaining audiences with tales of Florida life told creatively with music and multi-media touches.

Thursday, February 13

How the Everglades Might Respond to Future Climate Scenarios

Join Dr. Aumen as he examines how the Florida’s Everglades are being impacted by a changing climate.

Presidents and their Intelligence Agencies: A Relationship that Matters

This lecture surveys post-war U.S. history to identify which presidents performed best and worst in using intelligence, including covert action to influence...

Objection! Current Contentious and Confusing Legal Battles

This series by Irving Labovitz, J.D. will focus on selected current, highly publicized, volatile and contentious legal issues presented in important selected...

Pizza & a Movie  with a Hero!

FAU CARD is partnering with the Boynton Beach Police & Fire Departments to host our Pizza & Movie with a Hero event! We invite teens and young adults with...

The Songs of John, Paul, George and Ringo

Join Rod MacDonald & The Humdingers for a fun tour through the lives, music and genius of the Beatles.

Friday, February 14

Upward Bound: Senior College Tour

Out of State College Tour for 2020 Seniors

The Week in Review

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Art, Conversation & Collectors

European and American, Historical and Avant-garde works of art will be viewed and interpreted in this eight-week series by Dr. Terryl Lawrence.

The Isolating Dilemmas of Life in Film

These eight choices reveal the astonishing richness of presentation that only film can achieve. Gripping in their plots and acting, they never descend into...

Marine Science Fridays

Join us for a lecture series featuring FAU Harbor Branch graduate student research. Lectures are held at the Ocean Discovery Visitors Center on Fridays from...

Queer Coffee

LGBTQ+ students and allies will explore and discuss topics related to identity and inclusion.

Winds of Romance: The Florida Wind Symphony Jazz Orchestra

Nothing says romance like the swinging sounds of South Florida’s most-loved Swing Era Band, the FWS Jazz Orchestra! Led by Kyle Prescott, this powerful band...

Saturday, February 15

Upward Bound: Senior College Tour

Out of State College Tour for 2020 Seniors

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First Half

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 15 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the...

ArtiGras FIne Arts Festival

The 35th Anniversary of ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival will take place in Jupiter, FL on Central Boulevard and University Drive on February 15 and 16, 2020....

American Foreign Policy: Grading the Cold War Presidents

Join professors Jeffrey Morton and Harry Chernotsky as they compare notes and grade each U.S. president’s foreign policy from Harry Truman to George H.W....

FAU Symphony Orchestra—13th Annual Concerto and Aria Competition Winners’ Concert

This is a concert featuring FAU’s finest instrumental and vocal performers as soloists with the FAU Symphony Orchestra, which is conducted by Dr. Laura...

January 17 - February 15, 2020