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  • University Marketing and Communication
    Volume 8 Volume 7 Volume 6 Volume 5 Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 Photo Release Form FGCU Fast Facts Visual Identity Guidelines Logo Usage Social Media Social Networking at FGCU FGCU YouTube Channel Related Links Board of Trustees President Wilson G Bradshaw FGCU Athletics FGCU Campus Tour Volume V October 2006 to September 2007 October 2006 Volume 5 Issue 1 November 2006 Volume 5 Issue 2 December

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  • University Marketing and Communication
    Performance Newsletter Volume 13 Volume 12 Volume 11 Volume 10 Volume 9 Volume 8 Volume 7 Volume 6 Volume 5 Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 Photo Release Form FGCU Fast Facts Visual Identity Guidelines Logo Usage Social Media Social Networking at FGCU FGCU YouTube Channel Related Links Board of Trustees President Wilson G Bradshaw FGCU Athletics FGCU Campus Tour Photo Release Form Faculty and staff of FGCU

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CRM/photorelease.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Everglades Wetland Research Park
    13 Wetlands of China 2013 Real time Data Kapnick Center Partners Job Opportunities How You Can Help The Naples Everglades Institute Moonlight on the Marsh Lecture Series Moonlight on the Marsh Photo Gallery Short Courses Creation and Restoration of Wetlands River Restoration Registration Form Lodging 2012 2013 Short Courses Related Links College of Arts and Sciences Contact Information William J Mitsch Director Professor Everglades Wetland Research Park Eminent Scholar Juliet C Sproul Chair for Southwest Florida Habitat Restoration and Management 110 Kapnick Center Florida Gulf Coast University 4940 Bayshore Drive Naples Florida 34112 USA wmitsch fgcu edu 1 239 325 1365 The Everglades Wetland Research Park on the campus of the Naples Botanical Garden Naples Florida is a Florida Gulf Coast University facility designed to provide teaching research and service related to wetland river and coastal science and ecological engineering At the research park we seek to understand how wetlands function and if and how we can create and restore wetlands The overall goals of our facility are the same as that of the university teaching research and service but in a soggy environment We have and will continue to contribute to the restoration and conservation of wetlands in the

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/swamp/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Music Programs
    view the Student Ensembles page linked from the left navigation 2015 2016 Faculty Guest Artist Series Thursday February 4 2016 at 7 30 p m New Generations Piano Music of Living Composers Paul Barnes piano Pianist Paul Barnes long time champion of the piano music of Philip Glass and Joan Tower offers a unique performance spanning current generations of living composers This concert presents new études of Phillip Glass as well as exciting music of the younger generation of composers including Bower School of Music faculty member Jason Bahr The sonic result is a breathtaking panorama of the energetic and expressive landscape that is 21 st century piano music Thursday February 18 2016 at 7 30 p m Thirteen Year Old Piano Sensation Maxim Lando piano At the age of 13 pianist Maxim Lando is recognized as one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation Winner of the current Juilliard Concerto Competition where he attends school Maxim is also the Artemisia Akademie Fellow at Yale University and a Lang Lang International Foundation Young Scholar His solo concerts have taken him all over the world including sixteen performances at Carnegie Hall Together with pianist Lang Lang Mr Lando has performed on WQXR Radio and on the historic United Nations Day Concert at the UN Headquarters in New York City Thursday March 3 2016 at 7 30 p m Virtuoso Violin Kinga Augustyn violin Michael Baron piano Born and raised in Poland violinist Kinga Augustyn came to the United States to attend the Juilliard School with a full scholarship Now living in New York City Dr Augustyn has been described as a violinist for whom nothing seems too difficult Polish Daily News stylish and vibrant playing with verve and superb control great sensitivity and unashamed virtuosity The Strad Magazine and beyond

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  • Music Programs
    February 28 at 3 00 p m ACDA Chapter Choir Concert U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 1 at 7 30 p m Christopher Chandler s Senior Voice Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 13 at 3 00 p m Christina Comulada s Junior Voice Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 17 at 7 30 p m Manuel Molina s Senior Piano Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 18 at 7 30 p m Chamber Choir with Gulfshore Opera performing Bach s St Matthew Passion Charlotte Performing Arts Center CPAC 701 Carmalita St Punta Gorda Tickets range from 25 75 and are available on the Gulfshore Opera website by clicking here March 19 at 7 30 p m Chamber Choir with Gulfshore Opera performing Bach s St Matthew Passion First Christian Church of Fort Myers 2061 McGregor Blvd Fort Myers Tickets range from 25 75 and are available on the Gulfshore Opera website by clicking here March 20 at 3 00 p m Kalyn Hamm s Senior Clarinet Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 20 at 3 30 p m Chamber Choir with Gulfshore Opera performing Bach s St Matthew Passion North Naples United Methodist Church 6000 Goodlette Rd N NaplesTickets available by Tickets range from 25 75 and are available on the Gulfshore Opera website by clicking here March 23 at 7 30 p m Sean Stolliker s Junior Percussion Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus March 25 at 7 30 p m Andrew Moore s Senior Saxophone Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus April 1 at 7 30 p m FGCU Opera Theatre s Scene Performance U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus Tickets are 10 for the general public and 7 for students and are available by clicking here April 2 at 7 30 p m String Chamber Ensembles Concert U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus April 3 at 3 00 p m FGCU Opera Theatre s Scene Performance U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus Tickets are 10 for the general public and 7 for students and are available by clicking here April 4 at 7 30 p m FGCU Opera Theatre s Scene Performance Naples Opera Society Norris Center 755 8th Ave S Naples There is a 10 suggested donation at the door April 5 at 7 30 p m FGCU Opera Theatre s Scene Performance U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus Tickets are 10 for the general public and 7 for students and are available by clicking here April 6 at 7 30 p m Jeff Goldblatt s Junior Trombone Recital U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus April 7 at 7 30 p m University Chamber Choirs Concert U Tobe Recital Hall Music Building FGCU Campus April 8 at 7 30 p m University Chamber Choirs Concert St Mary s Episcopal

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  • Env Health & Safety
    Programs Living Sustainably Transportation Dining Housing Residence Life Recycling Campus Trails Wildlife Wellness Faculty Staff Sustainability Training Operational Initiatives Sustainability Benchmarks Progress Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives Programs Workplace Safety Injury and Illness Prevention Ergonomics Bloodborne Pathogens Inspections Safety Tips Near Miss Report Laboratory Safety Bloodborne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene Plan General Lab Health and Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu EH S Site Index Accident Investigation Laboratory Self Assessment Accident Reporting Map to EH S Automobile Insurance Material Safety Data Sheet Battery Disposal Mercury Battery Recycling Mission Statement Bio hazardous Waste Oil Recycling Bio Safety Paper Recycling Bloodborne Pathogens Printer Cartridge Recycling Bottle Recycling Radiation Safety Can Recycling Radioactive Material Car Insurance Recycling Carpooling Recycling Battery Chemical Hygiene Recycling Cans ChemTracker Website Recycling Oil Contractor Environmental Requirements Recycling Paper Copier Cartridge Recycling Recycling Printer and Copier Cartridges Emergencies Research Safety Committee Environmental Sustainability Committee Respiratory Safety Ergonomics Laboratory Rideshare Ergonomics Office Risk

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/EHS/siteIndex.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Env Health & Safety
    and Programs Living Sustainably Transportation Dining Housing Residence Life Recycling Campus Trails Wildlife Wellness Faculty Staff Sustainability Training Operational Initiatives Sustainability Benchmarks Progress Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives Programs Workplace Safety Injury and Illness Prevention Ergonomics Bloodborne Pathogens Inspections Safety Tips Near Miss Report Laboratory Safety Bloodborne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene Plan General Lab Health and Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu Forms Laboratory SOP Waste Pick Up EH S Laboratory Safety Procedures Training form Print Complete Scan then email to ehs fgcu edu Material Hazardous Waste Pick Up form Save to computer Complete then email to ehs fgcu edu Laboratory Specific Standard Operation Procedure form Save to computer Complete then email to ehs fgcu edu Respiratory Safety FGCU Respiratory Safety Program Respiratory Medical Recommendation form OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire Medical Evaluation Questionnaire N 95 Respirator Fit Testing Self Assessments for Occupational Health Workplace Safety and Environmental Compliance Laboratory Self Assessment Maintenance

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  • Env Health & Safety
    they are in the appropriate locations keeping the logs in order and monitoring web activity This project requires a student that can work independently and has access to a smart phone The student must also be able to work outdoors walk on uneven terrain stoop and kneel Geocaching enthusiast preferred Computer Technology Education Environment FGCU Campus Composting Maintain our department s Dual Batch Compost Tumbler so that we can increase one of earth s most precious resources healthy soil An odor free compost heap requires a nitrogen to carbon ratio of about 30 1 Materials high in nitrogen are called green and include items such as food scraps coffee grounds grass clippings etc Carbon rich or brown materials include dried leaves shredded hay sawdust twigs shredded newspaper nut shells pine needles and corn stalks The ideal compost heap would contain similar inputs as shown in this pyramid Image courtesy of Riverpark Farm at Alexandria Center NY Most home gardeners combine two parts of brown materials with one part green materials but some prefer a one to one ratio depending on the specific C N rations of the individual ingredients going into the compost For this service learning project your responsibilities include Finding brown materials Ensuring the bin retains the appropriate amount of moisture not too wet and not too dry Turing the bin Taking finished compost to areas on campus that could use the increased soil fertility such as the Food Forest and Mulberry Hill Review the resources below and consult others as needed when you encounter questions or notice problems How to use a Dual Batch Compost Tumbler How to Make Compost at Home University of Florida s Online Composting Center IFAS Extension s Compost Tips for the Home Gardner by Sydney Park Brown The EPA s Backyard Composting Guide Cornell Waste Management Institute s webpage and resources for Small Scale or Backyard Composting University of California Cooperative Extension s Composting 101 Oregon State University Extension Service s Master Compositing Program Slides The Vegetable Gardner s Bible by Edward C Smith Chapter 7 Compost Fill Your Garden Portfolio with Gardner s Gold p 141 155 Borrow it from the Library our office or view the preview on Google Books You may earn more hours by taking on the following compost related tasks Create videos guidebooks and reference sheets for future students Use the Klickitat County s Compost Mix Calculator to better estimate the C N based on our inputs and make reconditions to improve our current mix of inputs Environment FGCU Campus Sustainable Transportation Outreach Ambassador FGCU has many programs that aim to reduce the amount of single occupancy car trips to campus Help promote things like biking ride sharing carpooling car sharing and taking public transit be encouraging people on campus to take advantage of Ride2FGCU Zipcar LeeTran and South Florida Commuter Services Tabling at events throughout the semester Update campus kiosks and distribute educational materials Promote Ride2FGCU s Single Trip Matching feature before long weekends and breaks

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