Events Calendar / October 13, 2022

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Job Search Assistance

Looking for a job? Need to create or update a resume?
Make an appointment for remote, one-on-one Resume Help and Job Searching Strategies.

Please email for your appointment.

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Paper Mache Pumpkins

Come make a paper mache pumpkin that you won’t need to throw away! Construct your pumpkin in the first session, and come back the next week to decorate. Must attend both sessions. Ages 8+.

Session 1: Make - Thursday October 13, 1:30-3:30PM 

Session 2: Paint - Thursday October 20, 1:30-3:30PM

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Haunted Arduino (Program Series)

It’s Haunted Arduino time! For the first three weeks of October we’re going to be creating some Halloween animatronics using Arduino that we’ll reveal at the Zombie Survival night on the 21st.

NOTE: This is a program series designed for everyone to attend all three sessions as they build on each other, and so you can finish your animatronic. We understand that life happens and plans can change unexpectedly, but if you're signing up, please plan on attending all three.

Registration required: Please click the link below to fill out the registration form.

Grades 5-12

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Lifelong Learning Lecture: “Africans’ Experiences of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade”

This talk will examine Africans' experiences of the trans-Atlantic and intra-American slave trades, from their initial capture in Africa to their final sale in the Americas, and how the routes of the trade helped to shape the African diaspora in the Atlantic world. This talk is a companion to last fall's lecture on the scope and scale of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, but you don't need to have attended the first to attend this one.

Youtube Live:

Dr. Maria Bollettino Associate Professor of History, FSU.