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Dear Colleagues,

Please see this announcement from HEISC.

 

Larry Conrad

UNC Chapel HIll

 


Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000


Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500


Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

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We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.

 

We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!

Thank you,

 

David Lyon, HEISC Awareness & Training Working Group Member and Student Video & Post Contest co-chair

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Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000


Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500


Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

 

We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.

 

We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!

Thank you,

 

David Lyon, HEISC Awareness & Training Working Group Member and Student Video & Post Contest co-chair

_________________________________


Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000


Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500


Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

 

 

 

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David C. Lyon/LMS - Primary Systems Analyst

Cal Poly Pomona University

http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidlyon

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I am forwarding this to the list in case there are those of you who might be interested in circulating this on your campuses.  Thanks, steve

 

Hi CG Leaders!

I would like to request your help as we announce the 5th Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students: www.educause.edu/securityvideocontest

Please share the message below with your CG or Discussion Group listservs (and institutions), as appropriate. The website offers several other promo materials (general announcements, how to reach students and professors, a 1-page flyer, and several graphics).

 

Note that we have already shared this information with the CIO, Security, and ITCOMM lists today.

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly.

Thank you!

Valerie

Valerie Vogel Program Manager

 

EDUCAUSE

Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good

direct: 202.331.5374 | main: 202.872.4200 | twitter: @HEISCouncil | educause.edu

_____________________________________________

We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.

 

We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

 

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!

Thank you,

Valerie

_________________________________

 

Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

 

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

 

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

 

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

 

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

 

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

 

Cash prizes for videos

•             Gold: $2,000

•             Silver: $1,500

•             Bronze: $1,000

 

Cash prizes for posters

•             Gold: $1,500

•             Silver: $1,000

•             Bronze: $500

 

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

 

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

 

Good luck!

 

 

Stephen "Steve" J. Pritz, Jr.

Assistant Vice President & University Registrar

 Division of Enrollment Management

222 Criser Hall

University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida  32611

Mailto:spritz@ufl.edu

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or 352-294-2950

 FAX: 352-392-3987

 

The Office of the University Registrar is very interested in your feedback     regarding our services.  At your convenience please use the following link to provide us your assessment of how we are doing:

http://www.registrar.ufl.edu/feedback.php?staff=spritz

 

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We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.
 
We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!
Thank you,
Valerie
_________________________________

Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos
  • Gold: $2,000
  • Silver: $1,500
  • Bronze: $1,000

Cash prizes for posters
  • Gold: $1,500
  • Silver: $1,000
  • Bronze: $500

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!
 
 


********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

See message below re: Security Awareness Poster contest from Valerie Vogel.

 

Leah Lang
Senior IT Metrics and Benchmarking Analyst

EDUCAUSE
Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good
direct: 303.939.0339 | main: 202.872.4200 | fax: 202.872.4318 | educause.edu

 

_____________________________________________

 

We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.

 

We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!

Thank you,

Valerie

_________________________________


Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000


Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500


Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Hello All,

Valerie Vogel of EDUCAUSE has asked that we share the following announcement with you:

We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.
 
We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!
Thank you,
Valerie
_________________________________

Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos
  • Gold: $2,000
  • Silver: $1,500
  • Bronze: $1,000

Cash prizes for posters
  • Gold: $1,500
  • Silver: $1,000
  • Bronze: $500

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!
 
 
 



--
Nikki Reynolds, Ph.D.
Director, Instructional Technology Services
Information Technology Services
Hamilton College
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Greetings!

Below please find the annual Information Security Awareness Video and Poster Contest.  I look forward viewing the winners each year!  To get there, they need entries.  Please encourage participation on your campus!

Cathy O'Bryan
Indiana University
Chair User Services & Leveraged Support (CG's Educause)


Begin forwarded message:

From: Valerie Vogel <vvogel@EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Date: September 19, 2012, 6:50:52 PM EDT
To: <CGLEADERS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Subject: [CGLEADERS] Please Help Share: 2013 Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest
Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Constituent Group Leaders Listserv <CGLEADERS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>

Hi CG Leaders!
 
I would like to request your help as we announce the 5th Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students: www.educause.edu/securityvideocontest
 
Please share the message below with your CG or Discussion Group listservs (and institutions), as appropriate. The website offers several other promo materials (general announcements, how to reach students and professors, a 1-page flyer, and several graphics).
 
Note that we have already shared this information with the CIO, Security, and ITCOMM lists today.
 
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly.
Thank you!
Valerie
 
Valerie Vogel Program Manager

EDUCAUSE
Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good
direct: 202.331.5374 | main: 202.872.4200 | twitter: @HEISCouncil | educause.edu
 
_____________________________________________
 
We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.
 
We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!
Thank you,
Valerie
_________________________________

Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos
  • Gold: $2,000
  • Silver: $1,500
  • Bronze: $1,000

Cash prizes for posters
  • Gold: $1,500
  • Silver: $1,000
  • Bronze: $500

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!
 
 
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Greetings!

Below please find the annual Information Security Awareness Video and Poster Contest.  I look forward viewing the winners each year!  To get there, they need entries.  Please encourage participation on your campus!

Cathy O'Bryan
Indiana University
Chair User Services & Leveraged Support (CG's Educause)


Begin forwarded message:

From: Valerie Vogel <vvogel@EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Date: September 19, 2012, 6:50:52 PM EDT
To: <CGLEADERS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Subject: [CGLEADERS] Please Help Share: 2013 Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest
Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Constituent Group Leaders Listserv <CGLEADERS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>

Hi CG Leaders!
 
I would like to request your help as we announce the 5th Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students: www.educause.edu/securityvideocontest
 
Please share the message below with your CG or Discussion Group listservs (and institutions), as appropriate. The website offers several other promo materials (general announcements, how to reach students and professors, a 1-page flyer, and several graphics).
 
Note that we have already shared this information with the CIO, Security, and ITCOMM lists today.
 
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly.
Thank you!
Valerie
 
Valerie Vogel Program Manager

EDUCAUSE
Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good
direct: 202.331.5374 | main: 202.872.4200 | twitter: @HEISCouncil | educause.edu
 
_____________________________________________
 
We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.
 
We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!
Thank you,
Valerie
_________________________________

Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos
  • Gold: $2,000
  • Silver: $1,500
  • Bronze: $1,000

Cash prizes for posters
  • Gold: $1,500
  • Silver: $1,000
  • Bronze: $500

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!
 
 
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion listserv can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

All – please see the announcement below from EDUCAUSE.

 

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We are ready to announce the 2013 Information Security Awareness Video & Poster Contest for students! PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT by forwarding this message to any relevant campus mail lists, as well as professors, faculty, staff, and students, especially in the fields of computer science, information technology, instructional technology, marketing, communications, film, and media arts and design.

 

We also invite you to share via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Scoop.it!, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.

We appreciate your help in promoting the contest!

Thank you,

Valerie

_________________________________


Copy and paste message below for distribution to students, faculty, and staff via e-mail and print:

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000


Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500


Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Information Security Awareness Student Video & Poster Contest

Win cash, gain experience, and earn international recognition with one short video or a poster!

The EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) is conducting a contest in search of short information security awareness videos and posters developed by college students for college students. The contest seeks creative, topical, and effective videos (two minutes or less) and posters that focus attention on information security problems and how best to handle them.

Winners will receive cash prizes, and their videos and posters will be featured on the HEISC website (www.educause.edu/security). The winning videos and posters may be used in campus security awareness campaigns.

A gold, silver, and bronze prize will be awarded in three categories—training films of two minutes or less, 30-second public service announcements (PSAs), and posters—for a total of nine cash prizes. Honorable mention prizes will also be awarded.

Cash prizes for videos

·         Gold: $2,000

·         Silver: $1,500

·         Bronze: $1,000

Cash prizes for posters

·         Gold: $1,500

·         Silver: $1,000

·         Bronze: $500

Deadline: March 8, 2013.

For more information, visit http://www.educause.edu/SecurityVideoContest.

Good luck!

 

===================================================

John Bruggeman Director of Information Systems
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
Cincinnati * New York * Los Angeles * Jerusalem
GSEC GCWN jbruggeman@huc.edu www.huc.edu

 

*** The IT Department will *NEVER* ask for your email account or password.
Any emails requesting your password or email account information are fraudulent. ***

 

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