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Events

Monday, February 17

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching)-Spring 2020- First Half

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, February 15 at 12:01 a.m. It is only open for students participating in the...

Does Trump Foreign Policy Make America Strong?

This 8-week lecture series by Dr. Robert Rabil examines some major challenges to U.S. national security with the objective of assessing and qualifying...

Economic Episodes in American History

This course will explore four key events in American economic history from Robber Barons to the desegregation of Major League Baseball with direct...

Great Short Stories

This 6-week course will examine canonical short fiction of the last 150 years with an emphasis on contemporary works of short fiction and graphic stories by...

American Romance

This 6-week series examines American Romanticism, focusing on the ways writers and artists depicted the American landscape, personality and spirit of...

Take the Lead Series with American Express

Join the office of LEAD to explore and discuss techniques of effective marketing with a corporate representative of American Express.

French Film Festival: Claire's Camera

Hong Sangsoo, 2017 / 69 min. Presented by Athena Gounis, FAU Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature: Isabelle Huppert reunites with...

Safely Down the Hatch: Swallowing Issues Related to Age

Connie Porcaro, Ph.D., will be speaking during Scott Greenberg's podcast "I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom". Connie will be speaking with Scott about the...

Fame and Anonymity

In this course, we will view eight unknown films starring top-flight actors. As always, Dr. Stone will unravel his storehouse of “tales of Hollywood and...

Monday, February 17