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ASA Professor Shows Her Work At “Borderline” Art Exhibition

Hialeah Campus Professor Pia Cruzalegui, who is also an artist, curator and filmmaker, will be presenting a video and found object installation called, There but for the grace of God go I: 40 days and counting (2020) at the “Borderline” Art Exhibition, held in Miami. Students will also be able to see a series of installation art pieces including mixed media works. The exhibition invites the public to view and experience a series of works about creating art in an era of restrictions, and the paradox of “borders”. Program of dialogues as follows: Saturday, October 31 at 6:00 PM Saturday, November 7 at 6:00 PM Sunday, November 8 at 6:00 PM Free Address: ID ART LAB in Wynwood, 767 NW 23 St. Miami, FL 33127 We invite our FL students to attend this great event! Mask up and enjoy your weekend!


May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month How are you feeling today? This simple question opens up the conversation about mental health and the support we all need from time to time. During uncertain times – and even during the best of times – life can weigh heavily on each of us. If we talk openly about our mental health, we slowly start to break down the stigma that keeps people from getting the help they need. During Mental Health Month in...


Watermark Scholarship for Women in STEM

Watermark Scholarship for Women in STEM The application period is now open for the Watermark Scholars program! Watermark is offering women in STEM scholarships for the fall 2021 academic term to provide much-needed support for college students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM)-related studies and careers. Two students will be selected from the pool of applicants, and awardees will each receive $5,000 to help continue their education.   Please visit to learn more about Watermark Scholars program!


Dr. Harris Provides an Informed Perspective on BLM

Dr. Harris Provides an Informed Perspective on BLM Yesterday, Dr. Clem Harris engaged the ASA community with a wealth of historical and statistical information that painted a more complete picture of the Black Lives Matter movement as it is situated within a context of systemic racial violence and neglect that extends back decades. Among the topics covered in some detail were the “Stop and Frisk” policies employed by police departments. A historical argument was made that these policies are consistent...


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