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UITS Monitor: The Research Services Expo is coming up: Friday, May 10

Want fewer Duo logins?

Log in once a week with this feature.

Duo two-step authentication is a valuable security tool, but frequent logins can sometimes feel inconvenient. If you want fewer Duo logins—without significantly compromising security—select “Remember me for 7 days” when completing a login. Then you’ll be able to log in for seven days (in the browser where you initiated your login) without having to Two-Step for CAS logins again.

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Faculty: sign up to attend the Mosaic Design Symposium

May 13 event to take place on the IUPUI campus.

The annual Mosaic Design Symposium, a day of workshop and conversation about the future design of Indiana University's learning spaces, is open to all IU faculty.

Participants reimagine a classroom type of their choosing, whether it be a computer lab, large lecture hall, laboratory space, medium classroom, or small classroom. After groups have drawn and described their classrooms, they share their designs with one another and members of the IU Learning Spaces team. 

When: Monday, May 13, 10am-2:30pm

Where: Lecture Hall (LE) 104, IUPUI 

Spots are limited—if you’d like to attend, register here: https://forms.gle/KNGHfCCMhRnJf9HB7

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May 10: 2019 Peebles Memorial Lecture

Combined event includes the inaugural Research Technologies Student Poster Expo.

This year’s Peebles Memorial Lecture speaker is Dr. Beth Plale, program officer at the National Science Foundation working on open science and professor in the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering at IU. Her lecture is titled “Open Science is Good (Data) Science.”

When: Friday, May 10, 12-1:30pm

Where: Herman B Wells Library, IU Bloomington

Following the lecture, check out the inaugural Research Technologies Student Poster Expo to see how IU students use advanced cyberinfrastructure in their research.

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Coming soon: BUY.IU

IU is getting a new way to make departmental purchases. 

The way you buy stuff for your department at IU is changing. Starting this May, IU is replacing its existing system for requisition, purchase order, and accounts payable activity with BUY.IU. A more robust system, BUY.IU offers loads of new or improved features to help you get the most out of your shopping experience. 

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IT Leadership Community Speaker Series: The Power of Presence

IU Kelley School of Business senior lecturer to speak.

In a Gartner survey of CIOs, executive presence ranked second on the list of top 20 leadership skills. And yet, there’s something elusive about presence. Can we define it? Is it attainable to anyone? Natural leaders aren’t just born with presence—it’s something that must be curated and practiced.

The IT Leadership Community welcomes Tatiana Kolovou, senior lecturer at the IU Kelley School of Business and professional speaker and trainer, to speak on this important topic.

When: Tuesday, May 14, 10-11am

Where: CIB Wrubel Commons, IU Bloomington and remotely via Zoom

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IU Bloomington students: need a job next year?

Grab one of these paid internships before they’re gone.

The Center of Excellence for Women & Technology (CEW&T) is accepting student applications for the 2019-2020 academic year. Available positions include 3D printing, game design, outreach, social media coordination, and videography.

Any undergraduate or graduate student at the IU Bloomington campus is welcome to apply.

Learn more and apply >>

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