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Erica Rule   Page Stribling   Maria Estevanez   Richard Moore


Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 8:15 PM EDT
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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science-University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

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Members & Guests: $ 45        
Non-Members: $ 55   
(Includes dinner and one complimentary wine or beer)


Phil Everingham, Secretary/Treasurer 
Propeller Club - Port Miami 


      Erica Rule
          Page Strbling
        Maria Estevanez
          Richard Moore
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            Joe Kolisch

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  Night At The UM Logo Green

   Rosenstiel School of Marine
and Atmospheric Science

Please join the south Florida maritime community at our annual UM Night !


*  Extended Cocktail Hour beginning as 5:30

*  Guided Tours of the The Marine Technology & Life Sciences Seawater Complex. This facility, known as the The Alfred C. Glasswell, Jr. Surge-Structure Atmoshere Interaction Building. Guided tours will be offered during the happy hour

*  A great dinner provided by Sidewlak Salads
                                DEALING WITH HURRICANES AND SEA RISE LEVEL

*  Speaker: Nathan Laxague, Ph.D. Candidate
                                Dept. of Ocean Sciences 

The "Glasswell Seawater Complex" is a science and engineering complex that focuses on two disciplines - Marine Biological and Biomedical Research and Hurricane Science. The marine biological and biomedical research is done in the Marine Life Sciences Center. The MLS Center is dedicated to the study of marine animals, focusing on the "the critical connections between oceans and human health and the impacts of the climate change on marine organism and ecosytems."

The Hurricane Science research facility's centerpiece is "SUSTAIN - SUrge-STructure-Atmosphere INteraction. SUSTAIN is a one-of-a-kind 38,000 gallon seawater wave tank that is a wind-wave-storm surge simulator capable of generating Category 5 hurricane force winds in a three-dimensional test environment.

As more prople move to and more buildings are constructed along our coastal areas, their vulnerability to hurricanes and, longer term, to sea level rise, increases. SUSTAIN simulates the loading of up to category 5 storm and wind on coastal structures. Through the use of SUSTAIN, we will be able to design and build safer structures that are more wind and water resistent, which will improve our coastal resiliency against storm surges and sea level rise.   


Please click the "REGISTER NOW!" above to register online (preferred) or you can make your reservation by email or phone: or call Phil Everingham 305-951-9096

FOR INFORMATION ON COST AND OTHER DETAILS, PLEASE LOOK LEFT  CANCELLATION of registrations will be accepted up to (48) hours prior to this event, as this is the date we must finalize our number of attendees with our caterer.  As such, no cancellations will be accepted after this deadline, and all "No-Shows" will be invoiced per the amount shown on their registrations.


      All sponsors will receive special recognition at UM Night       and  a small gift for your support of the Propeller Club

For sponsorship information, click "Register Now!" above or contact us