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Film Screening: DamNation

November 2, 5–7:30pm

USF Marshall Student Center, Oval Theater

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Join us for a free screening of DamNation, a documentary film about the role of dams in shaping America’s relationship with its rivers (damnationfilm.com). Co-sponsored by CLCE (Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement) as part of their Docs & Dinner series.

For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

 

 

Mary Mattingly, Pull, 2013. chromogenic dye coupler print. 40 x 40 inches

 


Symposium: A New Ecology of Education

November 3-4

Schedule and locations TBA

 

A New Ecology of Education: Teaching in the Anthropocene is a two-day symposium for the USF community designed to demonstrate and discuss teaching practices that will help instructors in all disciplines to meaningfully engage with the Anthropocene. While the Anthropocene threatens to radically change the Earth’s climate, plant and animal life, it also offers the possibility – and perhaps the necessity – to transform education as well.

Workshops, guest lecturers, art, performance, and displays of student work will highlight interdisciplinary approaches, creative engagement, collaborative endeavors, and alternative imaginaries for crafting a new approach to education in the Anthropocene.

Co-organized by the USF Honors College, this symposium examines how innovative teaching at USF is engaging students in learning about and addressing the conditions of the Anthropocene.

For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

 

 

 

 


 

All USFCAM and Graphicstudio events are FREE unless otherwise noted.

 


 

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