On Tuesday, Oct. 18, 8:30-10:30 a.m. in 122 LBC, a historic, international video-dialogue will occur live between Stetson students and students at the American University in Cairo, Egypt about media and social change. Television, the internet, cell phones and video cameras …

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The Stetson Bonner Program invites you to join in a special presentation from the Children’s Movement of Florida. The Children’s Movement of Florida (CMF) believes that the well-being and education of our children in Florida must be the highest priority of government, business, …

Children’s Movement of Florida on campus this Friday! Read more »

The Department of Wellness & Recreation is hiring a Graduate Assistant to replace a graduate. This position coordinates reservations for Hollis Center & CUB, the mystudentbody.com online wellness feedback tool and SOAR (Stetson Outdoor Adventure and Recreation). This is a …

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Dr. Tony Abbott, Associate Professor of Geography and Environmental Science, will share preliminary research for a project on sustainability initiatives, focusing on visits to five universities to learn about such programs and to begin to develop a schema for a …

Tony Abbott to Speak on “My Sustainable Summer Vacation” – Friday, 9/30 at 2:30 Read more »

Sign up now for the Gender Studies Program’s October 20th bookfeast on trans activist and spoken word performer Julia Serano’s Whipping Girl.  This fascinating book describes transgender experiences pre- and post-transition and also talks about the connection between societal attitudes …

Bookfeast on Julia Serano’s Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity Read more »