Nicholson School of Communication and Media: by Category “Speaker/Lecture/Seminar”

  • Going to the Sources: Jimmy Carter and the Camp David Accords

    Virtual

    Join Joshua Montanari, Education Specialist for the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for this session. On September 17, 1978 agreements between Israel and Egypt were signed at Camp David, leading to a peace treaty between the two countries the following year. This webinar will assist educators in contextualizing the circumstances of the Camp David Accords through the lens of …

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  • Lunch on the Coast - What’s a Beach Picnic Without Sand?

    Virtual

    A Lunch on the Coast virtual series talk brought to you by UCF Coastal and UCF College of Sciences. RSVP is required in order to receive the Zoom event link. Click here to RSVP. Speaker: Kelly Kibler, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering How multi-scale hydrodynamics are influenced by biota to shape coastal environments The best …

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  • Beers, Feasts and Status: The Role of Beer in Southern Ethiopia and Around the World

    Virtual

    The Kent Family Speaker Series Presents: Beers, Feasts, and Status: The Role of Beer in Southern Ethiopia and Around the World Speaker: John W. Arthur, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, University of South Florida Across the globe and throughout time, the drinking of Indigenous beer has been utilized as an expression of a variety of identities, including age, gender, status, and …

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  • The Bonus March: How to Teach History with a Civics Lesson

    Virtual

    Join Elizabeth Dinschel, Archivist and Education Specialist for the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library-Museum for this session. In 1932, World War I veterans boarded freight trains from Portland, Oregon, to Washington, DC, to lobby Congress for early payment of a bonus that was scheduled to be paid in 1945. On July 28th, 1932, the police, and later the military, put down …

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  • Lunch on the Coast - Coastal Soil Carbon: Feast or Famine

    Virtual

    A Lunch on the Coast virtual series talk brought to you by UCF Coastal and UCF College of Sciences. RSVP is required in order to receive the Zoom event link. Click here to RSVP. Speaker: Lisa Chambers, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology Leveraging coastal ecosystems for carbon sequestration and climate mitigation Coastal ecosystems, especially marshes and mangroves, are hot …

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  • Presidential Power: Truman and the Steel Crisis

    Virtual

    Join Mark Adams, Education Director for the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum for this session: During the Korean War, President Truman faced a dilemma. The steel industry mill owners and workers could not agree on wages and price controls. A strike seemed inevitable. Truman was concerned that a lack of steel during the Korean War would hinder the war …

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  • Lunch on the Coast - Coastal Fish: What’s on the Menu?

    Virtual

    A Lunch on the Coast virtual series talk brought to you by UCF Coastal and UCF College of Sciences. RSVP is required in order to receive the Zoom event link. Click here to RSVP. Speaker: Michelle Gaither, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology eDNA: The new frontier in coastal biodiversity monitoring Living organisms constantly shed skin, cells and hair into …

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