Initiative B, Objective 1: Foster Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Learning Experiences

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Updated Friday, March 16, 2018

Stetson Students Submit Ideas for Green Project

The Stetson Environmental Sustainability Fellows are seeking student input for the Stetson Revolving Green Fund. The 100 percent, student-funded program is designed to support student-driven green projects on campus with funds generated through an annual Green Fee of $5 per student.

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Developing New Opportunities

The School of Music, College of Arts and Sciences and Office of Online Learning continue to lead efforts to build new curricula and expand the ability of technology as a learning platform.

May 2017 Provost Status Report

The Write Way

Stetson University's writing program works on writing-enriched course development and the Writing Fellows program.

May 2017 Academic Affairs Status Report

178 Hatters Recognized for Academic Excellence

Stetson placed third in the conference academic rankings with 178 of its student-athletes earning ASUN Honor Roll recognition. Nearly 70 percent of Stetson's ASUN student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better. 

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Winning Startup Company Emerged from Stetson Student Club

TSOLife wins first place in 2017 Startup Showcase at Miami tech conference. 

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Stetson Law Team Wins Internationally

Displaying traditional prowess in both academics and student collaboration, Stetson College of Law's Vis International Arbitration Moot team wins multiple awards at the 23rd Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, Austria.

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Bluemner's Orient and Ocean Trash: New Exhibits at Hand Art Center

Stetson's Hand Art Center celebrated three new exhibits, all revolving around the theme of nature in general and humanity's relation to it, in particular. These exhibits are Oscar Bluemner's Orient–featuring works from the Vera Bluemner Kouba Collection, Drifters by Pam Longobardi, and also featured works by sound artists Ethan Greene, D.MA, assistant professor of Digital Arts, and Nathan Wolek, PhD, associate professor of Digital Arts and Music Technology.

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