Recent Announcements

Environmental Policy Advocacy Lecture with Matanzas Riverkeeper Neil Armingeon

Neil Armingeon, the Matanzas Riverkeeper, will be speaking as part of a program on public service through environmental policy advocacy. The free lecture, which is hosted by the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and the Environmental Center, will take place Thursday, May 19, from 5-7 p.m. in the UNF Student Union Ballrooms. The Matanzas Riverkeeper organization, a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, fights to protect and defend the remarkable Matanzas River watershed. Click here for more information.

Pre[serve] Juried Art Show

The Department of Art and Design, UNF Gallery of Art and the Environmental Center are pleased to announce Pre[serve], a juried art exhibition that celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Sawmill Slough Preserve. There is an open call for submissions with a special interest in work that bears witness to the Preserve's natural beauty and captures the magic of this monumental environment. This exhibition will showcase works that share personal experiences, inspire others to connect with this environment and evoke awareness of the Preserve's perpetuity. All works must be submitted by Monday, Sept. 16 by e-mail to Jim Draper, coordinator of UNF art galleries. The accepted works will be displayed in the UNF Gallery of Art from Oct. 18 through Nov. 18. There will be cash awards and purchase prizes for the winning pieces.For more information, view the event poster or contact Jim Draper by e-mail, phone (904) 620-2534 or visit the UNF Gallery of Art in Building 2, Founders Hall.

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