Faculty Hour Fall 2019
Information Security Awareness
Learn to be alert to social engineering attacks in both your personal and Pace lives. Social engineering attacks include nefarious communications that are received via email, phone, text, social media, or in-person. Users will learn how to detect and report these messages to the Information Security Office (email@example.com) as well as learn how to appropriately handle personally-identifiable-information (PII). Users will also learn how to enroll a device to use Duo Multifactor Authentication. This session will be facilitated by Lawrence Robcke - Information Security Analyst for Information Technology Services.
Date: Friday, October 25th
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Location: Webinar (Click Here to Access Recording)
Graduate Faculty Hour
Supporting International and Multilingual Students
International students make up 20% of the student population at Pace. It can be difficult to bridge cultural differences and find solutions for linguistic challenges. This session will discuss some strategies and resources available for supporting and managing a classroom with multilingual and international students in it. Participants will leave with some simple techniques to apply in the classroom, as well as contact information and next steps for when you feel students need outside help. This session will be facilitated by Mackenzie Lirakis - Academic Director for Global Pathways Program and Academic Services.
Date: Thursday, November 7th
Time: 3:25pm – 4:25pm
Location: Videoconference - NYC Campus Civic E319 / PLV Campus Miller Hall Room 16