The GIS Center's annual GIS Day will be held on Friday, November 6 from 9:00am-5:00pm in the Green Library (GL) 220. This year's theme is "Sea Level Rise." The event consists of an all-day series of presentations centered on sea level rise analysis, mapping and geovisualization, adaptation and mitigation strategies, and other geospatial technology applications for better understanding and adjusting to the rising seas. GIS Day: Sea Level Rise is free and open to all members of both the FIU community and the broader public.
Interested in genealogy and your family history?
Ever wanted to learn more about investing? Interested in understanding the elusive stock market? Want to develop a business or save for retirement?
Then join us for a series of free financial coaching classes, hosted by students from the College of Business and held throughout the month of October in the Green Library (GL 280). For questions or additional information, contact email@example.com
Hispanic and Latino Americans are the largest minority group in the United States, and have left an indelible mark on everything from literature and art to business and politics.
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It’s been just ninety-five years since women were given the right to vote in the United States – the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18th, 1920 and certified into law eight days later, on August 26th. That same year, the League of Women Voters was founded. Dedicated to promoting good government, it is a non-partisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, helping spread awareness of public policy issues and registering citizens to vote. The Miami-Dade chapter of the League was organized in 1940.
Understanding Shakespeare: via JSTOR & Folger Shakespeare Library