How do you spend your Thursday nights? Stuck on the couch, watching the same old television show or surfing the web to find something new and interesting? Put down that remote and step away from the keyboard. Lifelong Scholar Society is where you need to be!
Thursday Night Lecture Series is the satisfaction of stimulating the brain without any worry of attending a college course. Every other Thursday evening, you will have the opportunity to interact with accomplished, Florida Institute of Technology professors and local experts of their respected fields. Plus, get to know fellow members and guests.
6PM | Select Thursdays
Guest admission: $20 | Members admission: $10
Click on the dates below to register and for complete event information.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Biofouling, especially of ships, has been a problem for as long as humanity has been sailing the oceans. Biofouling affects the operation of marine vessels, but it also has an impact on aquaculture and competes with shellfish directly for food resources. Although many methods of removal exist, they often affect the cultured species, sometimes more so than the fouling organisms themselves.
Usefull strategies and practical tips for navigating the increasingly confusing world of news, opinions and news imitations.
The 1944 invasion of France was a major turning point in World War II, and one of the largest and most complicated military operations of all time. This presentation will look at the strategic and tactical objectives of both the Allies and the defending Germans, as well as the technological challenges that had to be overcome to achieve victory.