Palm Beach State is the first college in South Florida to participate in the work of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History Global ARMS Program. ARMS, or autonomous reef monitoring structures, are deployed around the world to help scientists study changes in marine biodiversity and improve ocean health.
Professor Jessica Miles, Ph.D., chair of PBSC’s Environmental Science Department, started the ARMS project at PBSC and installed monitoring structures in and just outside the Jupiter Inlet in 2017, … Continue reading Palm Beach State College brings marine life to the surface, contributing to Smithsonian global study
Palm Beach State College’s Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center, in partnership with the School District of Palm Beach County and in cooperation with Florida Humanities, is hosting a traveling exhibition called “Water/Ways” from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street program.
The free exhibit, which runs now through Feb. 26, explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. The exhibit’s hours are Monday, … Continue reading Smithsonian traveling water exhibit on display at Dolly Hand
Black History Month events will take place on all campuses this February, ranging from a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution to workshops, movies, music performances, a student talent showcase, and nationally acclaimed speakers Phyllis Lawson and Eldridge J. Broussard III. Events are free unless otherwise noted, and some have food for students. Mark your calendars and take part in celebrating our country’s rich African-American heritage.
Among the events are:
Feb. 1 – 28: A Place for All People: A Smithsonian Poster Exhibit
Library, … Continue reading Smithsonian exhibit tops list of Black History Month events