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Listed below are just a few of our upcoming courses with registration still available:

  1. Christianity and Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa:
    DATES: February 21, 28, 2018 (Wednesday)   TIME:  2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 
    LOCATION: Fort Pierce, Main Campus, Brown Center for Innovation and Entreprenuership (Y-203)

    Dr. Mulanax will present Part One, which will begin with the introduction of Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa and trace its development up to the present time. The discussion will begin with the early church in Egypt and Ethiopia, and continue with the expansion of Christianity in the colonial era, ending with the current state of the Christian religion in Africa. Dr. Shelby will present Part Two, which will begin with the introduction of Islam to Sub-Saharan Africa through Egypt, across the Maghreb (Arab North Africa), across the Sahara to West Africa, and down the Swahili east coast of Africa as far as South Africa. He will discuss focus on the rise of radical Islamic movements in that area.

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  2. The Old Vero Site (8IR009) and Early Human Populations in the New World:
    DATES: February 26, 2018 (Monday)
    TIME: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  LOCATION: Vero Beach, Mueller Campus, Richardson Center, Auditorium

    The 2014-2017 excavations at the Old Vero Site (8IR009) are summarized and contextualized in terms of the history of research into and the current state of knowledge of the arrival of the first human populations into the New World. On October 11, 1492, the soon-to-be-styled Admiral of the Ocean Sea, Cristoforo Colon, landed on San Salvador and almost immediately encountered its aboriginal inhabitants, the soon-to-be-extirpated Taino. He, either directly or more likely through the medium of his crew, posed a series of questions which in one way or another have been asked ever since: Who are these people; Where did they come from; How did they get here; and, perhaps most vexatiously, When did they arrive?

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  3. Spotlight: Legendary Athletics: A Look into Swimming and Diving at IRSC:
    DATES: February 28, 2018 (Wednesday)
    TIME: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  LOCATION: Fort Pierce, Main Campus (Exact meeting location eill be confirmed upon reservation)

    Have you ever wondered what contributes to the success of College Athletic Programs? The legendary Swimming and Diving program at IRSC has proudly earned National Championship titles for 43 consecutive years for men and 39 overall national team titles for women. As the College gears up to host the week-long 2018 National Championship meet in March, we invite members of the Fielden Institute to join us for an afternoon of excitement as we spend time with the IRSC Athletic Director Scott Kimmelman and Head Swimming and Diving Coach Sion Brinn. We will met the coaches, tour the facility, and then enjoy a complimentary lunch together on Main Campus. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended, as tour does include outdoor facilities. Maximum: 20 participants.

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