Description: Given the long history of racism on our campus and in our community, truly transforming our campus climate will require extensive education, self-reflection and healing. Recently, the College of Law hosted a flash panel to discuss the consequences of the …

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The Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology (OOLET) is offering additional training sessions for Blackboard, Stetson’s learning management system. These sessions will detail Blackboard fundamentals, introduce Blackboard Ultra Collaborate (the virtual classroom for online instruction) and answer individual questions …

REMINDER: More Blackboard Training Sessions Now Available Live or Virtual! Read more »

Deliberating About Things That Matter: “Redeeming Male Hazing” — an informal lecture given by alumnus Jay Mechling, PhD — will be hosted by Phi Beta Kappa on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Rinker Environmental Learning Center (adjacent to Gillespie Museum), …

Deliberating About Things That Matter: “Redeeming Male Hazing” — Nov. 21   Read more »

Friends of Music Celebration Friday, Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Lee Chapel, Elizabeth Hall Complimentary admission Reception following in Tinsley Room, Presser Hall Join us for the debut of our newest faculty member, cellist Jamie Clark, performing two movements of Rachmaninoff’s Sonata …

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Interested in nationally competitive external scholarship and fellowship opportunities? If so, this is the information session for you. These scholarships and fellowships may fund graduate study, study abroad or provide distinguished work experience. Both sessions (same information) offer free food — …

Distinguished Scholarship & Fellowship Info Session, April 22-23 Read more »