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John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter

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The John D. MacArthur Campus presently enrolls more than 1,500 students and offers groundbreaking programs in research and education. Two of the world’s leading research organizations, the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience and Scripps Research Institute are located on the campus and offer high school, undergraduate and graduate students transformational experiences not found anywhere else in the world. The campus is home to the nationally-ranked Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College which provides 440 students with a live-in, all-honors educational experience and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, the largest membership program of its kind in the nation. Recognized as a center of scientific activity, the campus also serves as the headquarters for two of FAU’s primary research organizations, the Brain Institute and the Institute for Human Health and Disease Intervention (I-HEALTH).  

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George Washington and the Newburgh Conspiracy

Professor David Head tells the story of the Newburgh Conspiracy, a mysterious event at the end of the American Revolution. Fearing what his men might do with...

11/25 12pm
From West 44th Street to the Sunset Strip

In this 8-week course, Kurt S. Stone shows seven of the best – if not best known – movies written by the hard-drinking punsters of the Algonquin Round Table...

11/25 7pm
From West 44th Street to the Sunset Strip

In this 8-week course, Kurt S. Stone shows seven of the best – if not best known – movies written by the hard-drinking punsters of the Algonquin Round Table...

12/2 7pm
The Age of Competing Islamisms: A Fight Over the Future of the Middle East

In this one-time lecture, Professor Gurses tackles a new and potentially much more dangerous division in the Middle East. How does this change impact our...

12/3 9:30am
Music Americana: The Music of Modern Life

In this series Rod MacDonald will examine the work, biographies and enduring importance of great musical artists, and attempt to sort myth from reality,...

12/3 2:15pm

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