2016 - 2017 Annual Report

The PIE Center is excited to present the most recent successes in the 2016 - 2017 Annual Report. Learn more about the center's most recent accomplishments in research, media and outreach when you download the report.

Lunch and Learn with the Agriculture Institute of Florida

The PIE Center partnered with the Agriculture Institute of Florida to present a Lunch and Learn on the effective use of video in communication. Download the workbook and watch the recordings of the workshop sessions.

Partnership with CLCE leads to great impact

The PIE Center and the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology are working collaboratively to bridge the divide between research related to water quality and quantity and public understanding of these issues.

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September 6 (10:30-11:30am) – Perceptions of Home Irrigation Users on Water Quality and Quantity

Home landscaping practices, such as fertilization and irrigation, can positively or negatively influence both water quality and quantity. Residents need to perceive that their landscape practices do influence both water quality and quantity in order to choose good techniques....
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Partnership with CLCE leads to great impact

The UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education makes impactful contributions to the...
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PIE Center presents research at national conference

San Luis Obispo, California – Research from the Center for Public Issues Education...
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Photo by Tyler Jones, IFAS Communications

PIE Center affiliates receive top honors in Journal for Applied Communications

Gainesville, FL – The Journal for Applied Communications, the signature journal for...
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A look behind the lens: The category winners and the photographers’ stories

      The UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education recently held its...
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