FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY®

John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter Events

October 25 - November 24, 2021

Monday, October 25

Kurt S. Stone, D.D.

According to a Hollywood myth, a few moments before John Barrymore passed away, his brother Lionel asked him “Jack: is dying difficult?” Summoning up his...

Tuesday, October 26

Butterfly Walk with NABA

Take a break at lunchtime and join us in the Arboretum for a butterfly walk with a local butterfly expert from the North American Butterfly Association. The...

Rod MacDonald

Drawing on basic forms of music in their communities, artists celebrate their times in song. From the sincere yearning of Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” to the...

Jupiter Homecoming Day of Service

Participate in a service-learning event that addresses a social concern in the community. The event is co-sponsored by the Weppner Center for LEAD and...

Carnival

Celebrate Homecoming on the Jupiter Campus with the Annual CarnivOWL! Experience rides, games, prizes, meeting new friends, and having delicious fair food!...

Wednesday, October 27

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Deceptive or Predatory Publishers: What They Are & How to Evaluate Them

October 25 – 31 is Open Access Week. Many are skeptical of open access publications because of predatory or deceptive publishers who misuse open access...

10/27 12pm
Virtual Event
Carnival

Celebrate Homecoming on the Jupiter Campus with the Annual CarnivOWL! Experience rides, games, prizes, meeting new friends, and having delicious fair food!...

Thursday, October 28

Irving Labovitz, J.D.

TV shows and films about the law make the legal profession seem exciting and glamorous. Discover how real law can be even more stimulating than its dramatic...

Friday, October 29

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Monday, November 1

Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In an ABC News exclusive interview President Joseph Biden Jr. affirmed that Russian President Vladimir “Putin is a killer.” This assertion may reflect...

Kurt S. Stone, D.D.

According to a Hollywood myth, a few moments before John Barrymore passed away, his brother Lionel asked him “Jack: is dying difficult?” Summoning up his...

Tuesday, November 2

Rod MacDonald

Drawing on basic forms of music in their communities, artists celebrate their times in song. From the sincere yearning of Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” to the...

Wednesday, November 3

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Thursday, November 4

Irving Labovitz, J.D.

TV shows and films about the law make the legal profession seem exciting and glamorous. Discover how real law can be even more stimulating than its dramatic...

Friday, November 5

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Monday, November 8

Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In an ABC News exclusive interview President Joseph Biden Jr. affirmed that Russian President Vladimir “Putin is a killer.” This assertion may reflect...

Kurt S. Stone, D.D.

According to a Hollywood myth, a few moments before John Barrymore passed away, his brother Lionel asked him “Jack: is dying difficult?” Summoning up his...

Tuesday, November 9

Audubon Bird Walk

Join us at the Arboretum for an Audubon bird walk. The Arboretum is a birding hotspot and it’s a great place to learn about a common local bird species....

Rod MacDonald

Drawing on basic forms of music in their communities, artists celebrate their times in song. From the sincere yearning of Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” to the...

Wednesday, November 10

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Irving Labovitz, J.D.

TV shows and films about the law make the legal profession seem exciting and glamorous. Discover how real law can be even more stimulating than its dramatic...

Friday, November 12

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Saturday, November 13

JCBA

INSTRUCTOR KAREN HANMER VIRTUAL WORKSHOP SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2021 10 AM TO 12 NOON EASTERN STANDARD TIME EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIMEFROM WHEREVER YOU ARE, VIA...

11/13 10am
Virtual Event

Monday, November 15

Secret Impressions

Explore the story of the art revolution sparked by the Impressionist movement in this fascinating journey through the most captivating and intriguing...

Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In an ABC News exclusive interview President Joseph Biden Jr. affirmed that Russian President Vladimir “Putin is a killer.” This assertion may reflect...

Kurt S. Stone, D.D.

According to a Hollywood myth, a few moments before John Barrymore passed away, his brother Lionel asked him “Jack: is dying difficult?” Summoning up his...

Tuesday, November 16

Margery Marcus, Ed.D.

Join Dr. Margery Marcus for a discussion of the tabloid press from its origins through the “race to the bottom” between Pulitzer and Hearst. She discusses...

Rod MacDonald

Drawing on basic forms of music in their communities, artists celebrate their times in song. From the sincere yearning of Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” to the...

Wednesday, November 17

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

Burton Atkins, Ph.D.

In this one-time lecture, Dr. Atkins will examine a range of contemporary issues and problems relating to American politics that have raised constitutional...

Howie Bryant

Howard "Howie" Bryant is the author of nine books and contributed essays to 14 others. He is a two-time Casey Award winner for best baseball book of the...

Thursday, November 18

Wes Ervin, Ph.D.

Dr. Ervin will explore the history, culture, and unique assimilation of one of the oldest Diaspora communities – the Jews of the Indian subcontinent. Having...

Friday, November 19

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

Terryl Lawrence

Artists aspire to create a style of working that captures their particular area of the world. There is a desire to showcase the special attributes of their...

Monday, November 22

Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In an ABC News exclusive interview President Joseph Biden Jr. affirmed that Russian President Vladimir “Putin is a killer.” This assertion may reflect...

Kurt S. Stone, D.D.

According to a Hollywood myth, a few moments before John Barrymore passed away, his brother Lionel asked him “Jack: is dying difficult?” Summoning up his...