Seventeen graduating UWF graphic design students will showcase their work at “Ellipsis.” The exhibition is scheduled for April 25-30 at the Pensacola Museum of Art.
Dr. Haris Alibašić’s award-winning research on sustainability and climate change has a two-fold approach.
The institute will focus on new research into the role of migrations, along with new approaches to studying them and new types of evidence, such as DNA and archaeological finds.
Dr. Lakshmi Prayaga recently received the Information Technology Partner Award from the Escambia County School District.
The program is unique to Florida and was created in 2014 by Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature. It went live in 2016. It is offered at no cost for veterans who meet the requirements.
The annual juried show featuring student work is now up in The Art Gallery. The exhibit remains open through April 15. About 45 works are on display.