The “eat local” movement is thriving across Northeast Florida. From local farms and food producers to farmers’ markets and farm-to-table restaurants, Jacksonville offers a vibrant locavore culture to consumers concerned about the origins, nutrition and sustainability of their food.
Jacksonville boasts a rich history of electing African-American women to political office. In fact, the first women elected to the Jacksonville City Council after Consolidation in 1967 were African American. Breaking the glass ceiling in the world of politics is a legacy women of color proudly leave to our community; it is a bold testament to their resilience and resolve to protect the rights of all.
Recent advances in vaccine research have laid the groundwork for addressing many of the key public health issues of the 21st century. Yet vaccines have also proved a source of popular misunderstanding, and ever-new outbreaks of infectious disease challenge researchers and practitioners alike to keep pace with a globally interconnected health environment.
Today’s instant-knowledge generation is already using emerging technologies, and tomorrow’s digital leaders are already mastering new apps and new knowledge to boldly go where no one has dared to go before.
Join TEDxFSCJ for an evening with these digital leaders of the future! The evening will feature Management Information Systems (MIS) students from FSCJ partnering with local middle and high school students to showcase their experiences developing new technology projects and exploring the latest digital devices. The event will include brief presentations from these college and youth leaders as well as TED talks, audience participation, and moderated break-out sessions.
The salon will be held Tuesday, December 6th, at FSCJ-Deerwood Center, from 6-8 pm.
These portraits will be featured at the Faces of Engagement art show leading up to our main event on October 8th as well as on www.tedxfscj.com, and will draw attention to those who voluntarily engage to make our world a better place.