This opportunity is curated through the UF TESI Environmental Leaders Network. Opportunities posted through the Network may not be affiliated with the Florida Museum or TESI, but are shared with UF undergraduate students who want to learn more about environmental research, education and outreach, and civic engagement. 

Host Organization

Bob Graham Center for Public Service


What makes a city feel inviting, a place to call home? Join the Bob Graham Center for Public Service on this broad, in-person conversation with three dynamic professionals from anthropology, art, and cultural placemaking to address urban design and its civic challenges.

Meet the Panelists:

  • Dr. Cady Gonzalez, Ph.D., is a visiting assistant professor of anthropology at Rollins College. She was awarded the Bob Graham Center doctoral dissertation completion fellowship for her research into how the government of Ethiopia uses practices of hospitality to clean its capital city.
  • sTo Len is a performance/sound artist based in Queens, NY. During his fellowship as the Public Artist in Residence at the Dept. of Sanitation in NY, he innovated ways to use art to promote appreciation for the work of the city’s trash collectors.
  • Sherry Dobbin is a cultural and placemaking consultant now based in London. She has more than 35 years of experience helping communities embed arts and culture into daily life.

Date & Time

Thursday, February 8, 2024 @5:30 PM


Pugh Hall Ocora


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