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Chairwoman and SISH alumna, Audrey Edmonson, is putting a spectrum of issues – including transportation, crime, gun violence, public housing, […]
The following op-ed by FIU Professor of Philosophy Laurie Shrage was originally published in The New York Times. Shrage’s research and […]
‘#StayWoke’: Our Common Future Lecture - March 21
The School of Environment, Arts and Society’s annual Our Common Future Lecture Series continues Thursday, March 21. Professor Elaine Richardson of The Ohio State University will present “#StayWoke: The Language and Literacies of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement.”
Camp Registration Open
Kids ages 5-13 can keep busy this spring break and summer with CASE enrichment programs. Campers get a fun introduction to higher education while participating in crafts, games, sports and more.