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Spring 2016 Faculty Hour

Promoting a Culture of Information Security

Information security is everyone’s responsibility. This session will explore the information security risks faced by the University and will explain each user’s responsibilities and the best practices that will help to mitigate these risks. Passwords, safe web browsing, mobile security, social engineering attacks, malware, physical security, data handling, incident handling, roles and responsibilities, and promoting a culture of security will be some of the topics discussed.

Wednesday October 21st
12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
Webinar Format
Presenter: Chris Bohlk – Information Security Officer (ITS)

This session will be facilitated as a webinar via Blackboard Collaborate.  Those who register for the session will receive a link to join online for October 21st at 12:10pm.  Only requirement is a computer with stable internet connection and speakers.

3 Minute Research

Last Spring, we offered for the first time a session that highlighted faculty research interest with the potential to hook up with colleagues with similar research interests. There were some collaborative efforts created! We would like to offer the workshop again but this time earlier in the semester so as to allow for follow-up. So, please join us to present your research interests, as well as hear from colleagues, in 3 minutes or less. We are hoping these rapid exchanges will foster opportunities for collaborative inter-disciplinary projects among your peers.

The session will be held twice, both sessions via videoconference. The choice of dates are listed below.

Tuesday February 9th 
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Pleasantville M16, New York City E319

Wednesday  February 10th
12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
Pleasantville G224, New York City W457

Blackboard 101: Faculty Perspective 

This session will cover some of the more basic features of Blackboard and provide tips and best practices for getting started with the learning management system.  Novices and beginners to blackboard are encouraged to attend.  
The session will be hosted by faculty member Brian Evans. ​

Thursday February 11th 
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Pleasantville M16, New York City E319

Emergency Preparedness for an Active Shooter Scenario

Unfortunately, the current climate that we live and work in dictates that we be prepared for emergencies of all kind.  At the request of several Pace faculty who have inquired about resources pertaining to an active shooter scenario on campus, we are offering the following workshop to the Pace community in order to heighten awareness of these potential incidents.  This session will provide guidance and best practices for helping to prevent and prepare for potential active shooter situations on campus. 

The session will be facilitated by Pace University Executive Director of Safety and Security Vincent Beatty and Mount Pleasant Police Officer Thomas Olsen.   We hope you join us for this very important and informative session.  

Thursday March 3rd 
3:25 pm - 4:25 pm
Pleasantville M16, New York City E319

Pace Path 

In this session faculty will learn about the current developments on the Pace Path and the role faculty can take in the development of their students on the Pace Path. There will be time allotted for a question and answer session.
The session will be facilitated by faculty member Brian Evans.

Thursday March 17th 
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Pleasantville M16, New York City E319

Tuesday April 12th 
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Pleasantville Goldstein 100, New York City E319