Browse Items (4 total)
- Tags: FAU
Tags: 501(c)(6); Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center; agro-tech; Alachua County; Alzo J. Reddick; American Telephone & Telegraph Company; AMPAC; Amy Evancho; Antoinette Jennings; AT&T Inc.; Becerra-Fernandez, Irma; Ben Noll; Bernard Machen; Bernie Machen; Berridge, Randolph E.; Bethany Dickens; Betty Bowe; Betty Castor; Bill Vogel; Bob Cook; Bob Dallari; Brevard County; Buddy Dyer; budgets; Carrie Martine; Cassopolis, Michigan; Central Florida Research Park; Charles Bass Reed; Charles Gray; Charlie Gross; Charlie Reed; Cherokee Nation; Cherokee, North Carolina; Cherokees; Chip Camp; Cirent Semiconductor; Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; community colleges; Connie L. Lester; Core Team; Dallari, Bob; Dallas-Fort Worth Corridor; Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas; Dan Holsenbeck; Dan Webster; Daniel Alan Webster; David Brown; David Gordon; David P. Norton; Democratic Party; Democrats; DEO; Department of Economic Opportunity; Duvall County; economic development; Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast; economy; EDC Economic Development Commission; education; Electronic Arts; Elizabeth Bowe; Elizabeth Castor; Enterprise Florida; FAU; FIA; FIAA; FIU; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Department of Economic Opportunity; Florida Economic Gardening Institute; Florida Gulf Coast; Florida High Tech Corridor; Florida High Tech Corridor Council; Florida House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; Florida House of Respresentatives; Florida International University; Florida Polytechnic University; Florida Power and Light Company; Florida Senate; Florida Senate Committee on Appropriations; Florida Venture Forward; Florida Virtual Entrepreneur Center; Florida’s Chamber Foundation; FLVEC; FPU; Fran Korosec; funding; George Gordon; Get Smart; Grant; GrayRobinson, P.A.; GrowFL: The Economic Gardening Institute; Harrah's Cherokee Casino; Head to Head: The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan, Europe and America; high tech; high tech corridors; high technology; House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; House of Respresentatives; Hunting F. Deutsch; I-4 Corridor; I/ITSEC; IE; industrial development; industries; industry; Innovation Way Corridor; intellectual property; Interactive Game Academy; International Paris Air Show; Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference; James C. Clark; Jeff Mendell; Jennifer Thompson; Jim Clark; Jim Shot; John C. Hitt; John Castor; John Hugh Dyer; K-12 education; Kathy Betancourt; Ken Pruitt; Lake Nona; Lake Nona Medical City; Lawton Chiles; Lawton Mainor Chiles, Jr.; Lester Carl Thurow; Littleton, Colorado; Lowe; Lynda Weatherman; M. J. Sanders; M. J. Soileau; Mark B. Rosenberg; matching grants; Medical City; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commision; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission; Metro Orlando EDC; MGRP; Miami; Michael Zaharris; modeling; MSW; NAI; National Academy of Inventors; Native Americans; orange county; orlando; Orlando Economic Development Commission; Orlando EDC; Pajama Hotline; Paul Sanberg; Peter T. Panousis; Pratt & Whitney; PRISM; Promoting Regional Improvement in Science and Math; Putnam County; Randy Morris; Ray Galley; research and development; Research Park; Richard Lynn Scott; RICHES of Central Florida; Rick Scott; Rob Goddell; Roger Pynn; Ron Walker; Sacher; Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace, Paris-Le Bourget; Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; Sarah McGreer; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; Seminole County; Seminole State College; Senate; Shava Jackson-Car; Silicon Valley, California; simulation; simulation industry; Smart; South Florida; SSC; state colleges; State of Florida; State University System of Florida; STEM programs; Steve Burly; Sunnyvale, California; Tampa; Tampa Bay; TCU; Tech Path; Teresa Jacobs; Texas Christian University; The Chronicle of Higher Education; Thomas Charles Feeney III; Tom Feeney; Tom Feeny; Tom O'Neal; Toni Jennings; Tracy Swarztz; UCF; UCF Department of History; UCF Knights; UF; UM; United Technologies Corporation; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Department of History; University of Florida; University of Miami; University of South Florida; USF; venture capitalism; Venture Forward; Volusia County Community College; workforce development
Tags: A History of Central Florida; activism; anti-war; Army; astronaut; BJC; Bledsoe, Robert; Boca Raton; Bradenton; Brevard Junior College; Canavan, Mike; Cental Florida Junior College; CFJC; Chipola Junior College; CJC; Clarke, Bob; Cocoa; cold war; college; commencement; construction; Davis, Henry; Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Junior College; DBJC; demonstration; diploma; East Central University; ECU; Edison Junior College; education; educator; EJC; FAMU; FAU; female; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Atlantic Unviersity; Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies; Florida Legislature; Florida Technological University; Ford, Chip; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Myers; FTU; Gainesville; GCJC; GI Bill; Gibbs Junior College; Gibson, Ella; GJCl St. Petersburg; Goff, Tom; Gougleman, Paul; government assistance; graduation; Grant; Gray, Ben; Gulf Coast Junior College; Hampton Junior College; Hazen, Kendra; HEA; higher education; Higher Education Act of 1965; Hill, Hank; HJC; homemaker; honors convocation; housing; Indian River Junior College; IRJC; Jackson Junior College; JCBC; JJC; Johnson Junior College; junior college; Junior College of Broward County; Kelley, Katie; Kent State University; Kent State University Shootings; Key West; King, Richard; KSU; Lake City; Lake City Junior College; Lake Worth; Lake-Sumter Junior College; LCJC; Leesburg; legislative branch; legislature; Lenfest, Gene; Lincoln Junior College; LJC; loan; Loss, Christopher; LSJC; Madison; Manatee Junior College; Marianna; MDJC; Men's Residence Association; Miami- Dade County; Miami-Dade Junior College; Millican, Charles Norman; MJC; Monroe Junior College; MRA; Municipal Auditorium; NASA; National Aeronautics and Astronautics Administration; National Defense Education Act; NDEA; NFJC; North Florida Junior College; Ocala; OCRHC; Okaloose-Walton Junior College; Orange County Regional History Center; orlando; OWJC; Palatka; Palm Beach Junior College; Panama City; PBJC; peace; peace movement; Pegasus Drive; Pensacola; Pensacola Junior College; Perkins, Joyce Hart; PJC; podcast; political activism; professor; protest; public college; public junior college; public state university; public university; Richard, Hank; RICHES; RJC; Robert Cassanello; Roosevelt Junior College; Rosenwald Junior College; Rowley, Ken; school; Sebastian, Dave; self-determination; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; SJRJC; space program; SPJC; SRJC; St. Johns River Junior College; St. Petersburg Junior College; strike; student; student government; student grant; student housing; student loan; Sun Belt; Suwannee River Junior College; Tallahassee; Tampa; teacher; U.S. Army; UCF; UF; Underwood, Retha Riley; Univerity of Florida; university; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Libraries; University of South Florida; University of West Florida; USF; UWF; Valparaiso Junior College; Vanderbilt University; VCJC; Velásquez, Daniel; veteran; Vietnam War; Volusia County Junior College; VU; Washington Junior College; West Palm Beach Junior College; Wetherington, Mike; Wightman, Ed; WJC; woman; Woods, Pauk; work-study program; yearbrook; Young, John W.
Tags: Aaron Hosé; Adams Street; Adrien Mills; Advanced Documentary Workshop; African Americans; Alex Boyce; Alex Wood; Allyson Beutke; Amy Simpson; And They Were Wonderful Teachers: Florida's Purge of Gay and Lesbian Teachers; Anita Jane Bryant; anthropophagy; anti-Communism; anti-communists; Art Darling; ArtServe Fort Lauderdale; Atlanta's Out on Film LGBT Film Festival; Barbara Washington; Barry Sandler; Barry Sefteur; Behind Closed Doors: The Dark Legacy of the Johns Committee; Ben Taylor; Bill Young; Black's Law Dictionary; Bob Ewart; Bob Graham; boycotts; Brigitte Hosé; British Columbia, Canada; Broward County Sheriff's Office; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; Bryan W. Knicely; C. Lawrence Rice; C. W. Young; Charley Eugene Johns; Chelsea Echols; Chip Burpee; Chuck Woods; cinemas; citrus; civil rights; civil rights activists; Cleveland; colleges; communism; communists; courts; Dade County; Daniel Robert Graham; David Mariutto; David Messer; David Morton; David Starner; David Strickland; Diane Maurtie; Don Uhrig; Donna Zell; Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival; education; educators; Elizabeth Forbell; Elizabeth Jensen-Forbell; Emmy Award; FAU; films; flagellation; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Film Festival; Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; Florida State College at Jacksonville; Florida State Legislature; Florida State Senate; Florida State University; Florida State University Marching Band; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival; Frank Rose; Fred Fejes; Fred Ottle; FSC; FSU; FSU Marching Band; Gasparilla International Film Festival; gay; gay clubs; gay marriage; gay pride; gay pride parades; George B. Stallings, Jr.; George Stupksi; Governor of Florida; governors; Graveville; Greenwich Village, New York; High Springs; higher education; homophobia; homosexuality; Homosexuality and Citizenship in Florida: A Report of the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; homosexuals; International Jury Award; interrogations; investigations; J. Wayne Reitz; J. Wayne Reitz Student Union; James Monticello; Jennifer Campbell; Jeremy Mayeres; Jesse Monteagudo; Jim Noah; Joe McCarthy; John E. Evans; John Perez; John Tileston, Sr.; Johns Committee; Jon Bowen; Jordan Henry; Joseph Holbrooks; Joseph McCarthy; Joseph Raymond McCarthy; Judith Poucher; Julia Andrew; Julia Monticello; Julian C. Chambliss; Julius Wayne Reitz; June Sellers; Karen Graves; Kathryn Paulson; Kathy Marsh; Kevin Mixon; Killer Tracks; Kim Oliva; Kip Piper; Lamar Bledsoe; Larry King; Lawrence Dietrich; Lawrence Harvey Zeiger; Learning Institute for Elders; Lee L. Foster; Leo C. Jones; lesbians; LGBT; LIFE; Linda Maddocks; Lisa Mills; Lisa Soros; Logan Kriete; Love Your Shorts Film Festival; Marie Cassanello; Mark Howard Long; Mark Long; masochism; mental disorders; mental illness; mental illnesses; Metropolitan Community Church of St. Augustine; Miami; Michael Calderin; Michael Greenspan; Modern Music Masters; Monica Monticello; movies; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; necrophilia; Newsweek; orange juices; oranges; orlando; Orlando Film Festival; Out & Proud Veterans of American; Out Twin Cities Film Festival; Panama City; parades; Patrick Fenelson; Paul Fasana; perversion; piquerism; psychiatric disorders; psychopathy; pyromania; Rachell Cappellini; Rafael Sanchez; Red Scare; Richard O. Mitchell; RICHES of Central Florida; Robert Cassanello; Robert Lupo; Robert Williams; Ruth Jensen; Ruth Jensen-Forbell; sadism; Satu Lamarca; Seminole State College; sex crimes; Shay Cambre; Sheridan Square; short films; SSC; St. Augustine; St. Petersburg; Stanley Wheeler; Starke; State of Florida; state senators; Steve Crowley; Stonewall Inn; Stonewall National Museum & Archives; Stonewall Riots; Stuart; students; Suncoast Emmy Award; Sylvana Fernández; Tallahassee; Tallahassee Bus Boycott; Tallahassee Police Department; teachers; Terri Williams; The Committee; Thomas Cappellini; Tim Reid; Timothy Brown; Timothy George Brown; Toronto Canada; Travis Pilch; Tri-M Club; U.S. Supreme Court; UCF; UCF Burnett Honors College; UCF Center for Distributed Learning; UCF Department of Film; UCF Department of History; UCF Office of Instructional Resources; UCF Office of LGBTQ Services; UCF Office of Undergraduate Research; UF; UF Police Department; universities; university; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Vecruse; Wellesley Street; Williams E. Owens; witch hunts; Yonge Street
Tags: African American; Atlanta University; Atlanta, Georgia; AU; Boca Raton; CHS; college; color barrier; Crooms High School; Cuban; Daytona; Daytona State College; desegregation; Downtown Sanford; DSC; education; elementary school; enlistment; FAU; Florida Atlantic University; Georgetown; Gibbs College; Goldsboro; Goldsboro Elementary School; high school; higher education; Hispanic; Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Indiana, Pennsylvania; integration; IUP; J. R. White; Lakeland; Miami; NAS; NAS Sanford; Naval Air Station; Naval Air Station Sanford; prejudice; race; racism; Sanford; school; segregation; skin color; St. Petersburg; St. Petersburg College; university; VCCC; Vietnam War; Volusia County Community College; Wright, Stephen Caldwell