‘Willowbark Woods’ still available to view

Missed out on CF’s Musical Theatre Department “In Willowbark Woods” last week? You can now view the event at your leisure on CF’s YouTube page at YouTube.com/CollegeofCentralFl. This production, with book, music and lyrics by Joshua Mazur, is directed by Jason Longtin, CF associate professor of Music. “In Willowbark Woods” is a theatrical cycle of

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Virtual Fall Commencement, Dec. 11

We will celebrate the 2020 fall virtual graduation on Friday, Dec. 11.  We are going to recognize our Certificates, Associate in Science and bachelor’s degree students at the 3 p.m. ceremony and our Associate in Arts degree students at the 5 p.m. ceremony.  A video will be posted to the website and social media that

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Connection Magazine, Fall Issue

The fall issue of Connection magazine is now available. You can pick up a copy at the Communications Center in the Ewers Century Center; email the Communications Center at CFinfo@cf.edu; or view Connection online here. Read about CF’s commitment to equity and inclusion, CF’s history rooted in our community, view the Appleton Museum of Art’s annual

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Changes to Equity Statement

With the addition of Dr. Mary Ann Begley to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, it’s time to update the equity statement that must appear on college materials. The new equity statement includes Dr. Begley’s name, title, a dedicated telephone number and email address, and ensures that we are in compliance with federal regulations. If

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AFC Chapter Meeting, Dec. 8

Join us for the next AFC Ocala Chapter meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8, from 12:30-1:30 p.m., online as we hear from your fellow employees on information they learned from attending educational sessions at the AFC Annual Conference in November.  For more information on the meeting, contact Dr. Cynthia Moody at ext. 1462 or moodyc@cf.edu. Join

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‘Best of the Season,’ Nov. 23-Dec.16

The Visual Artists’ Society presents the “Best of the Season” exhibition beginning on Nov. 23 at the CF Webber Gallery. “Best of the Season” is judged by David Reutter, the museum registrar at the Appleton Museum of Art.  Reutter has a bachelor’s degree in Art from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and did his graduate

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VPA Presents ‘Sorry, Wrong Number,’ Dec. 1

CF’s Visual and Performing Arts Department presents “Sorry, Wrong Number,” Tuesday, Dec. 1, starting at 7:30 p.m. online. This classic radio thriller is about a woman driven to the edge of madness as she tries to prevent a murder she accidently overhears being plotted over the telephone. The play is being presented for free by

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CF STEM Club Speaker, Nov. 23

Join the CF STEM Club on Monday, Nov. 23, at 12:30 p.m., online for a conversation with Dr. Mireille Kamariza, a junior fellow at Harvard University with a background in infectious disease research. She developed a way to quickly detect tuberculosis, and is the co-founder of OilLux, a company that provides diagnostic devices in underserved

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Send a Note of Thanks

Traditionally, your AFC Chapter volunteers to serve Thanksgiving dinner to the residents at Evangeline Booth Garden Apartments in Ocala. This year, due to COVID-19, we are unable to participate, but we can send our thoughts of gratitude to them. We are looking for 50 people to write a thank you note (Thanksgiving cards provided) to

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CF Presents ‘In Willowbark Woods’ Nov. 20

CF’s Musical Theatre Department will present “In Willowbark Woods,” Friday, Nov. 20, starting at 7:30 p.m. online. This production, with book, music and lyrics by Joshua Mazur, is directed by Jason Longtin, CF associate professor of Music. “In Willowbark Woods” is a theatrical cycle of songs and monologues exploring the people found on a very

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Beware of Phishing Scams, Think Before You Click

The Information Technology team reminds us that phishing schemes continue to be a threat. College staff members have received sophisticated emails that appear to be from college administrators. Recipients are asked to provide personal information including passwords. Please know that no CF employee will ever ask for your credentials via email. If you receive a

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