Scholarly and Creative Showcase Series

Book discussion of But Now Am Found

Thursday, November 30, 2023, 6-8pm - Virtual Discussion

Please join us for a conversation between FSU Professor Patricia Horvath and author Marita Golden (Migrations of the Heart; The Wide Circumference of Love) to discuss Horvath’s new story collection But Now Am Found (Black Lawrence Press). The stories in this collection explore the experience of loss in its myriad guises and the “expansive and freeing idea that a human being who suffers can fall from one grace into another” (The Los Angeles Review). CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE TO JOIN THE VIRTUAL DISCUSSION. Interested in diving in to But Now Am Found before our discussion? Secure your copy today:

A Window into the Formation and Research of the MotherScholar Collective

This event took place virtually on Wednesday, April 12, 2023.

"I know we have a lot to say about the situation... but, like, who has the time?" Members of the MotherScholar Collective, a multidisciplinary research group comprised of mothers of young children, discussed their research and issues related to the intersection of parenting and work, choosing collaboration over competition, and integrating the professional and the personal. Panel members included: Maggie Campbell-Obaid, Ph.D., Katharina A. Azim, Ph.D., Ivanna Richardson, M.A., Helen Ho, Ph.D., and Kathryn Frazier, Ph.D..

Free STEM Textbooks: Open Educational Resources and Equity

This event took place on October 12, 2022. Click on the image to the left to view the recording.

FSU faculty members shared their experiences using, adapting, and creating Open Educational Resources for STEM courses with an eye to improving equity in the classroom. Panel members included: Santosha Adhibhatta, Benjamin Atchison, Lawrence McKenna, Amanda Simons, and Patricia Lynne (Moderator). Join us in person in the Alumni Room or click here to start the Zoom meeting.

FSU faculty/librarians will be offered a $150 honorarium per event. (Multiple presenters at a single event would split the $150 honorarium. If the speaker envisions an event with multiple presenters, CELTSS would work with you to seek additional funding from CELTSS, Arts & Ideas, and/or the Council on Diversity and Inclusion.) Each event will be one hour long and should consist of a 45-minute interview, panel, or roundtable, and 15 minutes for questions from the audience.