Did you know you can deposit funds to your CrimsonCard (it’s called CrimsonCash) and use it to make purchases? It’s accepted as payment on any IU campus, both on- and off-campus, and on Grubhub. It’s incredibly convenient, simple to use, and you’ll even get access to a variety of discounts.
Submit your proposal for a workshop at this year’s March 3-4 Collaborative Women’s Summit. Themes include empowerment, tech skills, research, career experiences, and wellness. Proposals are due by February 1.
International Data Privacy Day on January 28 reminds us to protect IU’s data and guard your privacy. Taking simple steps to protect institutional data, clean up cloud storage, and avoid phishing emails will create a safer computing environment for everyone.
Tax season brings an increase in scams to steal your assets with fraudulent returns. The University Information Security Office urges users to be wary of suspicious emails or calls aiming to trick you into revealing sensitive information such as credentials or tax documents.
Discuss your concerns or excitement about how ChatGPT and AI will affect teaching in higher education at an online town hall, January 26, 2-2:45pm. Hosted by UITS Learning Technologies, the Faculty Town Hall: ChatGPT and AI in higher education invites you to share your voice and hear other perspectives as we collectively navigate this new learning environment.