Jeff Corwin, host and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning show “The Jeff Corwin Experience,” will be sharing his animal adventures as well as the importance of wildlife conservation and sustainability with University of South Florida (USF) students, staff, and community. The heavily anticipated lecture, “Tales from the Field with Jeff Corwin,” takes place Thursday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. in the Marshall Student Center Ballroom on the Tampa campus.
Sponsored by the USF Student Affairs’ University Lecture Series (ULS), Corwin’s lecture will feature various live animals, potentially including a cougar, alligator, coati and Burmese python.
While Corwin is best known for his entertaining shows on Animal
Planet, Discovery Channel and ABC, he is also one of the world’s leading
environmental journalists. His passion for conservationism and
sustainability attracts audiences from all around the globe. Also an
author, his latest book is “100 Heartbeats: The Race to Save Earth’s
Most Endangered Species.”
All lectures in the University Lecture Series are free to students,
faculty, staff and the public. For more information about the series,
the speaker, the seating and attendance policy, or parking, visit http://uls.usf.edu/. For reasonable accommodations, please contact (813) 974-1001 (FL Relay 711).
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