e-Veritas Archive | November, 2017

Looking for a Graduation Gift? Consider a Love Brick

Green love brickLooking for the perfect graduation gift? Why not congratulate your favorite graduate with a love brick on the Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center’s Love Bridge, and contribute to the well-being of future graduates?

A gift that lasts a lifetime and for generations, love bricks are a special way to recognize students who hold the University in their hearts as they embark on their careers. Proceeds from the purchase of this special gift fund CHAMP, a program that provides free fitness consultations for students.

To purchase a brick, fill out the online form. For more information, visit the Love Bridge website or contact Carmen Gilbert at 305-284-8512 or cburgess@miami.edu.

 

 

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Compliance Corner: Athletics Donations

With the great success that our student-athletes and athletic programs have had both on and off the field, the Athletic Department is consistently asked for donations to help support the fundraising activities of various schools and charitable organizations in the community.

The NCAA has put in place bylaws to help preserve the eligibility of student-athletes, as well as maintain the integrity of the recruitment of prospective student-athletes. According to these bylaws, collegiate institutions like the University of Miami may provide donations (tickets, autographs, etc.) only to charitable, educational, or non-for-profit organizations. These donations however, may not be used to help support high school athletic programs or be earmarked in any way to benefit recruited prospective student-athletes.

In men’s basketball specifically, donations from a university may not be made to non-profit organizations that expend funds for the benefit of non-scholastic teams (e.g., AAU teams), recruits, or individuals associated with recruits.

If you are interested in asking the University of Miami for a donation to a charitable cause or for student-athletes to participate in your promotional activity, the Athletics Department asks that you complete the University of Miami’s Donation/Promotional Request form available at hurricanesports.com. As always, your efforts to help the University maintain a culture of compliance are greatly appreciated.

For more compliance information, follow the UM Athletics Department on Twitter (@UCompliance), like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/UCompliance), or contact them via email, athleticscompliance@miami.edu.

 

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Emergency Notification Network Test on November 30

ennThe Office of Emergency Management will conduct a full system test of the Emergency Notification Network between 10:45 and 11 a.m. on Thursday, November 30. This federally required test will include the activation of the following communication methods:

  • SMS Text Messages to Cell Phones
  • Voice Calls to Cell Phones
  • Email
  • Emergency Information Hotline (1-800-227-0354)
  • University of Miami Website Banners
  • Emergency Preparedness Website: www.prepare.miami.edu
  • Emergency Preparedness Facebook: www.facebook.com/umiamienn
  • Emergency Preparedness Twitter: www.facebook.com/umiamienn
  • IP Telephone Broadcast
    • Gables Campus & CSTARS – Screen Text & Public Address via Speakerphones
    • Medical Campus – Screen Text Only
  • Digital Signage (Select Gables Campus Buildings)
  • Public Address (Coral Gables and RSMAS Campuses See List Below)

The test messages last approximately one minute and will all clearly state: “This is a test of the UMiami Emergency Notification Network. This is only a test.  No further action is required.” Below is the list of areas on the Coral Gables campus covered by the Public Address system.

Coral Gables Buildings with Public Address

  • Allen Hall (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • Ashe Administration Building
  • Watsco Center
  • Cox Science Center
  • Eaton Residential College
  • Gables One Tower (GOT)
  • Gusman Concert Hall
  • Hecht Residential College
  • Hecht – Stanford Dining
  • Herbert Wellness Center
  • Jerry Herman Ring Theatre
  • Mahoney Pearson Commons
  • Mahoney Residential College
  • Mahoney-Pearson Dining Hall
  • Newman Alumni Center
  • Pearson Residential College
  • Richter Library
  • Rodriguez Park (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • Schiff Tennis Center & House Center (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • School of Business Administration
  • School of Law – Buildings C, D, and G
  • Shalala Student Center
  • Stanford Residential College
  • Toppel Career Center
  • Whitten Learning Center (LC)
  • Whitten University Center (UC)

Coral Gables Outdoor Areas with Public Address

  • Student Center Complex Patio and Lake Osceola
  • Foote University Green & Feldenkries Plaza

Marine Campus Areas with Public Address

Campus exterior areas.

Please contact the Office of Emergency Management at oem@miami.edu with any questions regarding the test.

 

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Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) Volunteer Opportunities

The UM Counseling Center’s Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) is seeking dedicated, warm and empathic faculty, staff, and graduate student volunteers to serve during the 2018 calendar year. SART is often the first line of response for UM students who have been sexually assaulted, molested, or battered, and has supported sexual assault survivors and concerned others since 1992.

Volunteers provide hotline callers with much-needed emotional support, information, and referrals, in addition to help accessing resources when appropriate. Volunteers receive comprehensive training in taking calls from students in a variety of sexual assault-related situations, orientation to UM’s varied resources for those who have been sexually victimized, and ongoing support from licensed mental health professionals at the Counseling Center. (Training is required for new volunteers, and will take place on February 2, 2018.)

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Dr. Audrey Cleary at the Counseling Center at 305-284-5511 0r a.cleary@miami.edu.

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Early Deadline for the November 27 Issue of Veritas

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24, the  deadline for the Monday, November 27 issue of Veritas is 3 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21.

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