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Venue:1210 Stanford Drive, University of Miami CAS Gallery

The University of Miami is hosting a symposium on zebrafish research and advances.

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Venue:Coral Gables Museum

Part of the Miami 2100 FIU exhibition, a panel discussion moderated by FIU's Dr. Evelyn Gaiser.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center

As part of the Ocean Life series, Christopher J. Gervais of the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) will present two brief documentaries which highlight the plight of two unique species.

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Venue:BBC Barnes and Noble

Tom Williams is the author of two books of fiction: The Mimic’s Own Voice, a novella, and the novel, Don’t Start Me Talkin’.

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Venue:Coral Gables Museum

Part of the Miami 2100 FIU exhibition, a panel discussion moderated by co-curators Dr. Marta Canaves and Dr. Marilys Nepomechie.

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Venue:Coral Gables Museum

Part of the Miami 2100 FIU exhibition, a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Emily Eisenhauer and Dr. Gail Hollander.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center

As part of the Ocean Life series, eco-critic Dr. Heidi Scott will discuss the eco-ethical protests against whaling that began to emerge in the second half of the nineteenth century which prefigure modern conservationist arguments that seek to preserve potential drilling zones for their inherent, cultural, and ecosystem service values.

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Venue:WUC 221 (FIU BBC)

Mary Evelyn Tucker will highlight some of the remarkable work being done within religious communities around the world to bring healing and restoration to people and land.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center

As part of the Ocean Life series, FIU water law and ocean policy scholar Ryan Stoa will discuss three of the most pressing issues facing the world’s oceans - energy, overfishing, and pollution - and the laws (or lack thereof) in place to address them.

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Venue:Wolfe University Center

The Sanders prize, believed to be unique in American letters, is awarded annually to a writer of fiction, identified by The FIU Creative Writing Program, whose work combines literary excellence with popular appeal.

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Venue:BBC Barnes and Noble

The Graduate and Undergraduate winners and runner-ups, in the categories of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, will be reading from their submissions.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center

As part of the Ocean Life series, Dr. Bill Irwin will demonstrate how nearly anyone can produce a significant amount of healthy, organic vegetables and fish with very little effort or expense in an eco-friendly, sustainable way nearly anywhere.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center

As part of the Ocean Life series, Tom Potts will discuss the incredible twenty-two year journey of living and working underwater aboard Aquarius and FIU’s vision of the future of this remarkable resource.