MONTHLY STAFFING CHANGES August 2020 Title Changes: Regina Oltorik – TITLE CHANGE FROM:  Financial Planner  / Office of Student Financial Planning,   TO:  Coordinator, Graduate Business Programs / EMBA Javier Castaneda – TITLE CHANGE FROM:  Custodian / Custodial,   TO:   Floor Tech/Custodian …

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Dr. Garcia and Dr. Eskenazi’s study abroad course, European Origins of Modern Psychology, will take place in early summer 2021 with travel across Germany and Austria. Students will have the opportunity to examine historical events in Europe and their influence …

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RACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY Friday, Sept. 11, 2-3 p.m. Topic: “Jazz in Black and White” Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/e2d25177dc244591806e2d6072084ce8 Please join us this Friday, Sept. 11 at 2 p.m. for the third panel of the series: “Jazz in Black and White.” This panel …

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Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for the screenings and discussion of Ava DuVernay’s Netflix Original series,” When They See Us,” and Real Talk: Let’s Talk Innocence. Netflix Party: “When They See Us” This is an educational and challenging documentary …

Netflix Cultural Credit and Year Subscription Giveaway Read more »

The Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology (OOLET) offers weekly Q & A virtual sessions for open questions regarding Blackboard, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, Ensemble, online pedagogy and best practice, and any of our related educational technologies (Respondus, Qwickly, etc.). …

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In this year of the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, learn about the fascinating legacy of Florida’s suffragists in a three-part discussion series, “Florida and Pinellas Women’s Early Activism: Voting Rights, the Equity Struggle, and Public …

Women’s Suffrage Virtual Discussion Panel Starts Sept. 17 Read more »

Accessibility Services Center has created a video tutorial on how to provided extended time for assessments and exams on Blackboard — for students with accommodations. The link to the video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzQGdECPGdc For any further assistance regarding classroom …

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RACE IN THE 21st CENTURY is a weekly one-hour discussion hosted by Sociologist Dr. Sharmaine Jackson. Sponsored by the Africana Studies Program and the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation and Excellence, this series is facilitated by the Brown Faculty Fellow for …

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The leaders and staff of Stetson’s Office of Career & Professional Development (CaPD) strongly affirm our ongoing commitment to values, goals and actions that promote and further diversity, equity and inclusion at the university and beyond. Our office diligently works …

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Stetson community: Inspired by our colleagues at Stetson and around the world, we, the Department of Economics, agree that Black lives matter and strongly support the Black Lives Matter movement. We are mindful of the stories of racism experienced by …

Department of Economics Statement of Solidarity on Commitment to Racial Equity Read more »

Have you ever had questions about how to start the study abroad process? Is the idea of studying abroad confusing due to COVID-19? Want to learn how you can affordably study abroad and fit it into your busy four years …

Introduction to Study Abroad – Virtual Culture Hour (Cultural Credit) Read more »

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