Acosta, J., Briceno, J.,Hernandez-Leiva, N., and Quinones, N., “Doing digital storytelling through virtual reality journalism”. Online News Association Digital Storytelling Workshop, University of Miami, 2016

Black, S., Acosta, J., and Gomez, J., “The virtual reality of environment.” Digital Scholar Studio, Florida International University, 2016

Cando, C., Quiones, N., and Riveira, G.,“Capturing sea level rise through virtual reality.” Sea Level Rise Expo, Sea Level Solutions Center, Florida International University, 2016

Cando, C., Quiones, N., Riveira, G., Fu, J., and Rogers, J., “Digitizing sea level rise research and communication,” Sea Level Rise Expo, Sea Level Solutions Center, Florida International University, 2016

Castro, C., Ovalle, L., Falkenhagen, J., Hernandez, D., Garcia, E., de Armas, A., Forte, A., Hanna, T., Meléndez, C., Reyes, L., Holt, L., Bilge, N., Marino, M. I., and Shumow, M., “Creating (and examining) immersive environments in virtual reality”, Conference for Undergraduate Research, Florida International University, 2017

Cortada, Xavier, Climate Wrongs and Human Rights,” University of Miami Law Review Symposium,  2017

Cortada, Xavier, “Oath,” Miami Light Project, Miami, Inauguration Day,  2017

Cortada, Xavier, “Art on Climate, Act on Climate,” National Wildlife Federation and Florida Immigrant Coalition,  2017

Cortada, Xavier, Why Plants in Glass Houses Matter: Art & Science of Diatoms, Microscopic Algae,” 2017

Cortada, Xavier, “Now More Than Ever,” Lighthouse Art Center, Tequesta, FL, 2017

Cortada, Xavier, ” Work,” Art Science Lectures: Sea Level Rise, FIU Honors College, 2017

Cortada, Xavier, Arctic Residency: Toolik Field Station, Alaska, 2017

Cortada, Xavier, Centennial Lecture, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2017

Cortada, Xavier, CLEO Institute panel, Miami-Dade County STEAM Expo, Miami-Dade College North Campus, Miami, FL 2017.

Canavés, Marta, “Sea Level in South Florida,” Panel Moderator, South Florida and Sea Level, Harvard Graduate School of Design Colloquium. Miami Beach, FL., 2016.

Garcia, Orlando J., panelist, John Stuart, moderator. Water – Visible and Invisible: Sound, Movement, Science and Art.,Tigertail Water Festival, Miami Beach Urban Studios, Miami, FL, 2016.

Gutsche, Jr., Robert E., Fu, J., Rogers, J., Devine, E., Albrecht, S., Hernandez, D., Pierre, J.,

Smith, S. “Watching rising seas: Digital curation of sea level rise communication”. Florida International University Sea Level Solutions Center All-Hands Meeting, Florida International University, Miami, FL., 2016.

Nepomechie, Marilys R., Professional Resource: Architecture: Adaptation Strategies for Sea Level Rise, Louisiana Community Resilience Institute, Louisiana State University Coastal Sustainability Studio, Baton Rouge, LA, 2016.

Nepomechie, Marilys R., Professional Resource: Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Miami Beach, 2016

Nepomechie, Marilys R., Professional Resource: Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Miami, 2016

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Sea Level Solution Center | CARTA: The Designed Environment,” AIA Miami, Miami Center for Architecture and Design, FL (2016).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “CLIMA: Paris Talks | Local Actions”, Panelist + Moderator, Hialeah City Hall, Miami, FL. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R. and John Stuart, co-moderators, “Responding to the Environment: Sea Level”, Facades+ Conference, The Architects’ Newspaper, Miami. (2015)

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “University | City,” Mayors’ Institute for City Design, NEA University of Arkansas center for Community Design, Fayetteville, Arkansas. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R. and Marta Canavés. “WiA | The Academy: 8 x 8| Resilience”, Miami Center for Architecture + Design, Miami, FL. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist, “The Rising Sea: A Sea Level Rise Teach-In,” Panelist, Miami Beach, FL. (2015)

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Miami: Urbanism, Culture, Resilience”, Harvard GSD: New World Symphony Campus, Miami Beach, FL Invited. (2015)

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Designing for Resilience: CARTA,” Miami Beach Centennial Celebration, City of Miami Beach, FL. (2015)

Nepomechie, Marilys R., and Marta Canavés, co-moderators. “Designing the Resilient City: OMA, BIG, West 8” Coral Gables Museum, Miami FL. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Miami 2100: Academic Research”, University of Miami School of Architecture, Coral Gables, Miami, FL. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Changing Building Codes for Climate Resilience,” AIA Miami | Coral Gables Museum, FL. (2015).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Exhibitions and Activism:Miami 2100,” Cannonball Fellows Panelist, Miami, FL. (2015)

Nepomechie, Marilys R., Miami 2100: Exhibition Tours, Presentations, Discussions, Multiple Audiences over the course of the 4-month exhibition run, Coral Gables Museum, Coral Gables, FL (2014-15).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Principled Design: Activism and Resilience,” Harvard Design Week, Art Basel | Miami Center for Architecture + Design. (2014).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Women in Architecture: Recent Work,” School of Architecture, Roger Williams University Providence, RI (2014).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Trans-disciplinary Research Studios“, ACSA International Conference, Seoul, South Korea. (2014).

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist “Recent Work”, University of New Mexico School of Architecture + Planning, Albuquerque, NM., 2014.

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panelist and co-moderator, “Climate Change and Education,” Special Focus Session, ACSA Annual Meeting, Miami, FL., 2014.

Nepomechie, Marilys R., panel moderator “A Resilient Built Environment; Solutions for the Ultimate Design Challenge,” Association of Climate Change Officers Regional Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL., 2013.

Nepomechie, Marilys R., and Marta Canavés. Symposium co-chairs and panel moderators, “Design: Shaping our Built Environment,” Sea Level Rise + Planning for Resilience, Miami Beach, FL., 2013.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “SD China 2013 Design Development Workshop”, O-House: Tsinghua University Beijing, Datong, China., 2012.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “Ecologies of Engagement,” The 2012 Maxfield Lecture, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, OH., 2012.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “Solar Decathlon China 2013 Design Workshop,” Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2012.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “Solar Decathlon Roundtable,” Panelist, ACSA 100th Aniversary Annual Meeting, Boston, MA., 2012.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “Miami/La Habana”, Mare NostrumSymposium/Social Issues: Panelist/Curator, IABR, Netherlands Architecture Institute

[NAi], Rotterdam, NL. 2005.

Nepomechie, Marilys R. “Miami/La Habana”, Mare NostrumResearch Forum, IABR: Rotterdam, NL, 2005.

Pinto, Juliet. “Colaboraciones entre sectores públicos y privados, desde una comunidad internacional y vulnerable al crecimiento del nivel de mar”. El Contexto de la Comunicación en Condiciones de Riesgo y Crisis en los Sectores Gubermentales, Privados y ONGs., Mexico City, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “South Florida’s Rising Seas: Impact”, Panel moderator, Miami Beach Botanical Garden, Nov. 11, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “Communicating to diverse audiences in communities vulnerable to impacts of climate change: Scholarly and professional journalism faculty work to bridge the ‘climate gap.’”COCE, Boulder, CO, June 2015.

Pinto, Juliet, “COP21 and Communicating Sea Level Rise: Thinking Glocally,” iPrep, Miami, FL, Dec. 18, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “Communicating Sea Level Rise: Eyes on the Rise, King Tides and Citizen Science.” CLIMA, Hialeah, FL, Dec. 11, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “Communicating Science in Miami’s Changing Environment,” COSEE Florida, Miami, FL, Dec. 8, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “Melting Skepticism Instead of Ice.” Embark: Independent Sector Conference, Miami, FL, Oct. 28, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “FACTS: French-American Climate Talks: Eyes on the Rise-Impact of sea level rise on local communities.” Miami Beach, FL, Sept. 28, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. and Jacobson, S. “Reporting on sea level rise”. Miami Montage, University of Miami. 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “South Florida’s Rising SeasECOMB Environmental Film Festival, Miami Beach, April 14, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “Eyes on the Rise | SJMC,”Miami Beach 100 Celebration, Environmental Summit, March 26, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. “South Florida’s Rising Seas,” DocMiami, Boca Raton, FL, March 19, 2015.

Pinto, Juliet. Panelist, Speaking Sustainably Film & Lecture Series, Jan. 28, 2015, Miami, FL,

Pinto, Juliet and Jacobson, S. Panel discussants, “Eyes on the rise, king tides and sea level rise: A J-School communicates sea level rise.” Tropical Audubon Society, Miami, FL, Oct. 10, 2014.

Pinto, Juliet. “Special Screening: ‘South Florida’s Rising Seas,” and “Climate Conversations” in Eat, Think and Be Merry Series, FIU SEAS, 2013, 2014.

Pinto, Juliet. “Environmental Communication and Hispanics”, Panel moderator, Hispanic Communication Conference, School of Journalism & Mass Communication, North Miami, FL, November 7-8, 2013.

Pinto, Juliet, “Hispanics and the Media: The Emerging Power”, Panel moderator. School of Journalism & Mass Communication, North Miami, FL, October 2012.

Read, Alice G., “Roofscape Miami” presented at Fall Semester Symposium, October, 2014.

Read, Alice G., “Buildings as Actors: Performing in a City near you,Marywood University, Scranton, PA, April 15, 2015

Rovira, Roberto. “Pattern, Structure and Plant Poetics.”South Florida and Sea Level, Harvard GSD Colloquium. Miami Beach, 2016

Rovira, Roberto. “The Ecological Atlas Project”American Public Garden Association | Climate Change and Sustainability. Miami Beach, 2016

Rovira, Roberto. “Coastlines: Architecture, Landscape and the Construction of Waterscapes: Territories.”Panel Moderator, Harvard GSD Symposium. Miami Design District, 2014

Rovira, Roberto. “Miami as a Climate Resilient City”AIA Miami and the Good Government Institute. Panel, University of Miami School of Architecture, Coral Gables, 2013

Spiegelhalter, Thomas. Lecture Series: “No Architect Left Behind – Carbon Neutral Design: 4 Sessions,”American Institute for Architects (AIA) Pasadena-LA, CA, 2012-13.

Spiegelhalter, Thomas. Lecture: “AIA + 2030 Building Sector Energy Challenge: 10 Sessions,”American Institute for Architects (AIA) Pasadena-LA, CA, 2010-12.

Spiegelhalter, Thomas. Lecture: “Globally Benchmarked Buildings Versus Green Washed Buildings.”AIA and University of Maryland, CAPP, Washington D.C., 2011.

Vassigh, Shahin. “Teaching as Research”.Women In Construction Workshop, University of Central Florida, Tampa, FL, 2015.