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February 17 - March 17, 2020

Monday, February 17

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...

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...

Economic Episodes in American History

This course will explore four key events in American economic history from Robber Barons to the desegregation of Major League Baseball with direct...

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...

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 with American Express

Join the office of LEAD to explore and discuss techniques of effective marketing with a corporate representative of American Express.

French Film Festival: Claire's Camera

Hong Sangsoo, 2017 / 69 min. Presented by Athena Gounis, FAU Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature: Isabelle Huppert reunites with...

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 18

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...

Intuitive Eating

Hosted By: The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Getting back to the basics of learning our hunger and satiety cues. Dispelling the diet myth and...

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.

Textures of the Culture

There’s a story to every curl, coil, strand, and wave. Learn about your beautifully textured hair while meeting with different hair care vendors who will be...

Winston Churchill: Man of the Century

Join acclaimed Churchill writer and speaker Lee Pollock as he explores some of the lesser known aspects of Churchill’s life and sheds new light on the true...

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: Can you feel the beat? Neurovisceral Integration in Health and Chronic Disease

SPEAKER: Roger McIntosh, Ph.D., University of Miami. LOCATION: BC 71, Room 128, Boca Campus

An Evening with the Music of Cole Porter

In this one-time event, Joe Scott will provide a biography and, along with vocalist Lisa Remick, will perform many of Cole Porter's greatest songs.

Wednesday, February 19

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...

Buzz in with Black History

What is Black History? Great Question! Join us at the SeaTech Campus for a fun game of Jeopardy, as we learn about black culture, community, and history.

Make a Difference Wednesday

Learn how to encourage and motivate others through empowerment as activist have done for civil rights.

CPT/OPT Workshop: Employment Information for F-1 Students

Learn about CPT and OPT Are you an international student (F-1) interested in off-campus employment before or after graduation? Then this workshop is for...

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...

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...

Queer Coffee Hour

Join us for our first Queer Coffee of the semester! Queer Coffee is an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to explore and discuss topics related to...

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...

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 20

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...

FAU Accounting Summer Leadership, Internship and Career Fair

FAU students and alumni are invited to attend the Accounting Career Fair hosted by the FAU Career Center on February 4, 2019. Each year, recruiters and...

Rec Fest

Join Campus Recreation for activities, giveaways and much more as you learn how to live a healthy lifestyle while having fun!

A Brazilian Carnivale

ADVISORY BOARD’S FIRST ANNUAL CAST PARTY! A Brazilian Carnivale Featuring Exciting Live Entertainment and Dinner By the Bite Tickets $125. Registration...

French Film Festival: Felicite

Alain Gomis, 2017 / 129 min. Presented by Marcella Munson, Ph.D., FAU Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature: Félicité is a...

Friday, February 21

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...

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...

Frontiers in Science Lecture:  Digital Dinosaurs and Diseases

Join us on Friday, February 21 for the FAU Frontiers in Science talk: “Digital Dinosaurs and Diseases” presented by Ryan Carney, Ph.D. Join us as professor...

Saturday, February 22

Upward Bound: Senior College Tour

Out of State College Tour for 2020 Seniors

Lives and legacies of black women

Black History Month Event: Come celebrate Black Girl Magic through this interactive event, that will feature intergenerational voices focused on the...

Mitchell Hutchings, baritone

Enjoy an intimate setting of vocal works for baritone and piano, presented by our own Mitchell Hutchings.

Sunday, February 23

Upward Bound: Senior College Tour

Out of State College Tour for 2020 Seniors

Matthew Joy and the Matthew Joy Quintet

The Matthew Joy Quintet, established in 2017, recently recorded their first studio album, True North. The album features Joy’s original compositions and...

My Long Way out of Antisemitism and Hate, with Martin Rumscheidt

I was born on July 24, 1935, the third child of Dr. Carl F. Rumscheidt and Edith Marie Oeckinghaus, in Leuna, an industrial town West of Leipzig. My father...

Monday, February 24

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...

Economic Episodes in American History

This course will explore four key events in American economic history from Robber Barons to the desegregation of Major League Baseball with direct...

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

Voice your views as we explore literary masterpieces such as Richard Wright's Native Son and others in honor of Black History Month.

French Film Festival: Vivre Riche

Joël Akafou, 2017/54 min. Presented by Matthew Ari Elfenbein, FAU Comparative Studies: For anyone who has ever received an e-mail sent from an unknown...

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 25

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.

Winston Churchill: Man of the Century

Join acclaimed Churchill writer and speaker Lee Pollock as he explores some of the lesser known aspects of Churchill’s life and sheds new light on the true...

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...

DIY FAU: Painting

Paint a picture, learn about Social Wellness, and make a delicious treat with Campus Recreation, Davie Student Union, and SOMOS!

An Evening with Douglas Brinkley

Generously Sponsored by the René Friedman Distinguished Lecture Series Endowment. As the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing approaches, the...

Wednesday, February 26

Finding Psychology Resources

Need to find peer-reviewed or professional journal articles in psychology? Get started with using psychology and neuroscience sources like PsycInfo,...

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...

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...

Annual Educator Appreciation Dinner

Celebrate the exceptional work of K-12 teachers and their contributions in the field of Holocaust, genocide, and human rights education and recognize the...

The Use of Visual Supports

This training will introduce parents to evidenced based strategies for increasing communication opportunities for their young child through the use of visual...

Resetting the Immune System to Eradicate Melanoma

Dr. William Sharfman from Johns Hopkins University will discuss possible reasons why immune therapies don’t work in all patients and the unique side effects...

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 27

Bodies of Buddhism Somaesthetic Explorations

Buddhism is an embodied practice and somaesthetics is an ideal framework for exploring how it connects to humanism, social justice, the arts and the art of...

All That Glitters is Not Gold: The Perils of Being Too Rich

Experience tragic stories of the extremely wealthy such as Barbara Hutton, Christina Onassis, and Leona Helmsley in this fascinating lecture by René Silvin...

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...

Wine and Wisdom: An Informal Conversation with a Former CIA Officer

Intended mainly as a candid conversation about U.S. intelligence, this limited attendance session will occur in a small, informal setting designed to foster...

Who's Who at FAU: Financial Aid & Business Mentor Program

See Who's Who at FAU! Learn more about the resources available through our Financial aid office and see how you can gain mentorship through our Business...

French Film Fest: Peppermint Soca

Diane Kurys, 1977 / 101 min. Presented by Fréderic Conrod,Ph.D., FAU Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature: Diane Kurys’s...

 "Chai" Fidelity: Our Favorite Jewish Songs and the Fascinating Stories Behind Them

In this one-time performance, duo Joan Friedenberg and Bill Bowen will present commentary about Jewish music and musicians and perform their favorites.

Friday, February 28

Bodies of Buddhism Somaesthetic Explorations

Buddhism is an embodied practice and somaesthetics is an ideal framework for exploring how it connects to humanism, social justice, the arts and the art of...

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,...

Toni Morrison: Transnational Perspectives

Schoars from around the country present research on Toni Morrison. Free and open to the public. Information: sdagbovi@fau.edu

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...

ResFest 2020

CAMPUS-WIDE HOUSING COMPETITION Scan the QR code to register today! Friday, Feb. 28 from 4 - 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29 from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Italian Film Series: 9 X 10 Novanta

Nine up-and-coming directors are given access to archival footage from WW1 to late 20th century, to create a ten-minute short film. The result is a composite...

Saturday, February 29

NOT ONE MORE: The Alliance Walk for Eating Disorders Awareness

Hosted By: The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Join us for our 2020 South Florida NOT ONE MORE: The Alliance Walk for Eating Disorders Awareness....

Georgina Dieter Dennis Scholarship Winners Recital

Some of FAU’s finest vocal students present a recital in honor and appreciation of the legacy Georgina Dieter Dennis offers emerging vocal artists....

Monday, March 2

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...

Economic Episodes in American History

This course will explore four key events in American economic history from Robber Barons to the desegregation of Major League Baseball with direct...

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...

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, March 3

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.

Winston Churchill: Man of the Century

Join acclaimed Churchill writer and speaker Lee Pollock as he explores some of the lesser known aspects of Churchill’s life and sheds new light on the true...

Research Methodology Seminars

A Peek into Systematic Review and/or Meta-Analysis: What, Why and How To Do It All faculty & students are welcome! For more information, contact Maria D....

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...

CPT/OPT Workshop: Employment Information for F-1 Students

Learn about CPT and OPT Are you an international student (F-1) interested in off-campus employment before or after graduation? Then this workshop is for...

The Comedy of Alan King

This lecture will explore Alan King’s wit and humor through numerous audiovisual clips.

Wednesday, March 4

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...

International Services Davie Campus Visit

International Services Davie Campus Visit Wednesdays Stop by for: One-on-one immigration advisingTravel signature (I-20 only)Pick up documentsInformation...

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...

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...

An Astronaut’s Life on the International Space Station

Be inspired by former NASA astronaut and Space Station Commander Terry Virts as he shares fascinating stories and breathtaking images from his time in Space...

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, March 5

International Services Jupiter Campus Visit

International Services Jupiter Campus Visit Thursdays Stop by for: One-on-one immigration advisingTravel signature (I-20 only)Pick up documentsInformation...

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...

Golf’s Most Interesting Characters Throughout the Game’s History

Listen to stories about golf’s game's greatest players and some you never knew existed in this one-time lecture.

Friday, March 6

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...

Frontiers in Science Lecture:  Mathematical Modeling – From Combating Cancer to Mixing Materials

Join us for the fifth lecture in the Frontiers in Science Public Lecture Series, “Mathematical Modeling – From Combating Cancer to Mixing Materials,”...

Saturday, March 7

The Cotton Club in the Roaring Twenties

Enjoy live piano music from the 1920s coupled with archival music and newsreel footage of Harlem during its glory days.

Waking Kya

One woman's riveting story of survival. Tickets $35 at wakingkya.com or eventbrite.com Information 954-637-3393

Monday, March 9

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...

Economic Episodes in American History

This course will explore four key events in American economic history from Robber Barons to the desegregation of Major League Baseball with direct...

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...

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, March 10

Winston Churchill: Man of the Century

Join acclaimed Churchill writer and speaker Lee Pollock as he explores some of the lesser known aspects of Churchill’s life and sheds new light on the true...

Through a Woman’s Lens: "Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg"

Come watch “Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg” (Aviva Kempner, dir. 2009) and examine the reluctance to put women in the director’s chair and how contemporary female...

Wednesday, March 11

FAU Day at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium

Join Florida Atlantic University at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium on March 11 for FAU Day! The Miami Marlins will be playing the New York Yankees at 1 p.m....

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...

An Evening of Music and Humor with Joe Scott and Frank Cerabino

Pianist Joe Scott and humorist Frank Cerabino are back for another night of music and laughs with the Joe Scott trio.

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, March 12

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...

Italian Film Series: Passione

A documentary that gives a galvanic tribute to the songs and singers of Naples, Italy, through 23 capturing performances. Presented by Myriam Ruthenberg, FAU...

Friday, March 13

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...

Saturday, March 14

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

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, March 14 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the Spring...

Sunday, March 15

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

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, March 14 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the Spring...

Monday, March 16

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

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, March 14 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the Spring...

New APA Boot Camp- 7th Edition

**New 7th Edition** In this face-to-face workshop, participants will receive tips on formatting papers and see examples of citing different sources using...

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.

Race and Rights in the Building of the Panama Canal: The Strategies of Caribbean and African American Workers

Presented by Julie Greene, Professor of History, University of Maryland. Free and open to the public

Tuesday, March 17

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

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, March 14 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the Spring...

February 17 - March 17, 2020