Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Inside UWF with John Richardson and Sandra Averhart, January 18, 2006. Featured are Margo Stringfield, UWF Archaeology Institute, and Stuart Hamilton, GIS coordinator for UWF Environmental Studies on the ground-penetrating radar project to locate and identify unmarked graves in St. Michael's Cemetery; with Mardi McDaniel-King of the Community-University Partnerships and Leisure Learning Society. 30 min.
Inside UWF television program for March 8, 2006 with Jonathon Heide and Sandra Averhart. Features include discussion of the debate and speech activities at the 2006 Marks Invitational Tournament and the UWF Debate and Forensics team with Forensics Director Brendan Kelly; and the UWF Majors Fair sponsored by the Advising Center, discussed by Chat Sue and Jenna Kimbrough.
Inside UWF television program for March 22, 2006, with John Richardson and Sandra Averhart. Discussion covers Festival on the Green 2006, set for March 31-April 1, 2006, with Jeff Comeau and Connie Marsh, co-chairs; and with Danielle Pierandozzi, Venue Coordinator for the Children's Festival; also mentioned are other activities such as Honors Convocation and the visit of former Polish President Lech Walesa.
Inside UWF television program for April 5, 2006, with John Richardson and Sandra Averhart. Features include the 2006 men's and women's tennis program and highlights of past championships with Tennis Head Coach Derrick Racine and Assistant Head Coach German Dalmagro; and the programs of the Aquatic Center after its reopening March 13, 2006 following extensive damage from Hurricane Ivan in 2005, with Assistant Aquatic Director, Nancy Quina.
Andrew Young, former Ambassador to the United Nations and Mayor of Atlanta, spoke at the University of West Florida on February 21, 1997. His remarks covered Africa (notably Sudan and Nigeria), as well as civil rights in America. 60 min.
A promotional video for his church by Dyllon Burnside, probably done at Pensacola beach. 2:52 minutes.
&nnsp; With musical background, views of white sands and waves on the beach.
Aerial drone footage of the University of West Florida's Emerald Coast Campus (former Fort Walton Beach campus of UWF), April 2017
Video promotional ad for UWF's Festival on the Green, 2009
Produced by Main Street Productions, this is a compilation of photographs and stories about historic homes, buildings, churches, and sites in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, touching on the history of the community, the Florida Chautauqua; it carries no copyright data or date though it does provide the names of the narrator. 31 minutes. Researchers should note that some of the data and businesses mentioned are no longer accurate as of the time of digitization (September 1, 2016).
Dr. Judy Bense from the University of West Florida Department of Archaeology is interviewed on WSRE Television (Pensacola Junior College) on the archaeology program at UWF, by Dennis Printy, PJC Faculty on the program "Florida Land Report." Included are artifacts and discussion along with film footage and photographs of digs going on at the time in Pensacola.
Lecture on the history and genealogy of the Hyer Family of Pensacola, Florida, by Mary Veal. While undated, this was probably a UWF Leisure Learning class where local individuals were invited to tell the history and genealogy of local families in Pensacola. 38 minutes.
Lectures on the Pace Family and Yonge Family of Pensacola, Florida; speakers unidentified. While undated, this was probably a UWF Leisure Learning class where local individuals were invited to tell the history and genealogy of local families in Pensacola. 1 hour, 23 minutes.