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For questions or to discuss further, please contact: 
Aimee Arias, Associate Dean for Research and Creative Achievment,
Associate; Professor, Political Science
Boca Campus (AH 214D)   |   561-297-3211   |   akanner2@fau.edu      

                  



Research Thursdays Archive

Theatre Lab Receives Heckscher Foundation for Children Grant
February 25, 2021

The grant funds the Future PAGES, the @Center, LabRATS and the Teaching Artist Institute educational outreach programs at Theatre Lab...

Archaeology Bootcamp Program
February 18, 2021

The program is part of a grant from the Bureau of Land Management for archaeology and public interpretation...

Aimee Arias, associate professor of Political Science and associate dean for Research and Creative Achievement
February 11, 2021

This project is made possible with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union...

Jason Sharples, Associate Professor of History
February 04, 2021

Jason Sharples is one of 21 scholars nationally to win an NEH Award for Faculty...

Image: (left) Amy Broderick; (right) detail from award-winning photograph Prism
January 28, 2021

The prize awarded was the exhibition’s highest honor from among more than 650 submitted works...

Carol Prusa, Domus, Silverpoint, acrylic on elliptical acrylic dome, 48 x 24 x 12 inches, 2011
December 17, 2020

The prize was created to “reward, showcase, celebrate, and document the most exceptional artwork being made today”...

Taylor Hagood, Professor of English
December 11, 2020

"Swamp Souths: Literary and Cultural Ecologies"expands the geographical scope of scholarship about southern swamps - LSU Press...

Philippe d’Anjou, Professor, School of Architecture
December 03, 2020

"Ethical Design Intelligence: the Virtuous Designer" reconceptualizes the notion of virtue in design practice...

Stephanie M. Ortiz, Ph.D
November 12, 2020

“Trolling as a Collective Form of Harassment: An Inductive Study of How Users Understand Trolling,” was published in "Social Media + Society"

Brian E. McConnell, Professor of Art History and Classical Archaeology
November 05, 2020

McConnell discussed his book "Agli Albori del Viaggio Moderno in Sicilia, Il Grand Tour di Thomas Cole e Samuel James Ainsley 1842"