Carson Kreitzer and Elaine Romero, playwrights and artists in residence at The Hermitage Artist Retreat, will read from their original plays on the beach, in front of The Hermitage, on Manasota Key. Bring a snack and a beach chair and come enjoy the sunset while listening to Elaine and Carson read.
You might not realize it, but karst is a landscape that’s all around us, particularly here in Florida, and USF is home to not only one of the best collections of information about it, but also a large number of recognized experts in karst research. This week’s University Beat on WUSF-TV/DT brings you a closer look at the work USF is doing on karst and how man and nature’s interactions with it can affect our future. Also: Karst is a landscape that’s all around us here in Florida, and USF is putting together a collection of karst research—and researchers—that rivals anything similar anywhere in the world. This week’s University Beat on WUSF-FM introduces you to some of those scientists and shows you how their work is changing what we know about this important geological structure.