KUDOS: July 2023
By Comms Team | 07/28/2023Tags: Accounting | Business-Communications | Deans-Office | Economics | Executive-Education | Finance | Hospitality | ITOM | Management | Marketing | Newsletters | Sport-Management
Categories: Announcements | Accolades | Faculty/Staff | Research
Dean's Welcome Back Reception
Sending on behalf of Lacey Taylor…
Join us to celebrate the start of the semester at the annual Dean’s College of Business Welcome Back Reception!
- Tuesday, August 29
- 3:30-5:00 PM
- Executive Education Atrium, Schmidt Family Complex
- Food and drinks provided
Click here RSVP by Wednesday, August 23.
For questions, please contact Lacey Taylor - firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Visa Requirements For Europe
Sending on behalf of Jacob Borenstein Program Analyst, Global Travel Safety and Security, Florida Atlantic University...
As we prepare for the upcoming fall semester and the increase of international travel, there are a few important updates to address. Starting January 1st, 2024, there will be new visa requirements for U.S. citizens traveling to Europe. 30 European countries have been included in the new guidelines and are expected to enforce these rules. We have identified that some of the countries which require visas are also the most traveled within the FAU community (France, Germany, Italy, and Spain are some of the countries). With that, may I kindly ask that you start updating your internal processes and make note of these changes. Also, if you can please inform your fellow colleagues in other departments of the coming changes as we wish to make it known throughout our community to avoid any issues in the future. I am also attaching some links for additional information and context.
- US citizens will need visa to travel to Europe in 2024: What to know - ABC7 New York (abc7ny.com)
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions/concerns regarding this matter.
MYFAU App Updates
Sending on behalf of Office of Information Technology…
MYFAU is receiving a new look with updated features to better serve students, faculty and staff. The new site launches Monday, July 31. Visit the What’s New page to get a glimpse of the changes.
After signing into the new site, you will be presented with a dashboard that provides easy access to the most relevant sections, including FAU Self-Service, Canvas, Workday, FAU email, Money Matters, and more. These features will also be accessible from the top menu under My Resources.
The Today on Campus section will feature the most up-to-date information on things happening around the university.
In addition, faculty and staff can access the Faculty & Staff Lounge to quickly access work and teaching resources.
If you are experiencing problems with MYFAU or have any questions please submit a HelpDesk ticket for assistance.
IRB Novelution Launch Announcement
Sending on behalf of Office of Research Intergrity…
The highly anticipated day is almost here! We are pleased to announce the new IRB Novelution Submission system will go live Fall 2023. See below for important dates leading up to the launch.
August 14, 2023
New IRB Novelution Training Page goes live
August 15, 2023
Training Workshops begin & training videos and resources go live on our website
August 18, 2023
August 28, 2023
IRB Novelution Launch
Training materials including video tutorials and how-to-guides will become available on Monday, August 14th for researchers to become familiar with the submission platform.
Virtual training workshops will begin on Tuesday, August 15th at 10am via Zoom. At these workshops the HRPP team will provide an overview of the Novelution system including how to navigate the system, where to find templates and forms, how to submit, and answer any questions researchers have.
The last day to submit via IRBNet will be on Friday, August 18th. Any new projects or amendments must be submitted through IRBNet by this date before the transition period into Novelution begins. Note if the project is greater than minimal risk, a multi-year study, or you anticipate needing to submit amendments with updates soon after review, it is strongly recommended you wait to submit via Novelution for a seamless lifecycle of your project.
During the transition week the HRPP office and IRB will be working diligently to process all submissions that are pending in IRBNet as we transition into Novelution.
On August 28th all IRB projects must be submitted using the Novelution platform! More information will be provided in separate communications to those who have existing approved studies in IRBNet and how we will facilitate moving those projects over into Novelution.
Neeraj Puro, Assistant Professor, Management Programs/Health Administration, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “Publicness, Organizational Strategies, and Public Value Outcomes: An Empirical Analysis of U.S. Acute Care Hospitals,” accepted for publication in Public Management Review. (ABS4)
Yannick Thams, Associate Professor, Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “Are foreign-born CEOs held to a higher performance standard? The role of national origin in CEO dismissals,” accepted for publication in Global Strategy Journal.
Charles Yang, Associate Professor, Finance, with co-authors, has had their article, “The US health insurance market: Performance and efficiency analyses", accepted for publication in Handbook of Insurance, 3rd edition, edited by Georges Dionne, 2024, Springer.
Charles Yang, Associate Professor, Finance, with co-author, has had their article, “Optimal investment for defined-contribution pension plans under money illusion", accepted for publication in Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. (ABS3)