Artist and poet Helen Salzberg (right) receives the first copy of River of Grass from artist Dorothy Simpson Krause, who is Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) first Helen M. Salzberg Artist in Residence.
Blanche Serota embraces a copy of the specially-created record label that honors her late son, Barry Serota, an attorney, record producer, and executive director of the Chicago-based Institute of Jewish Sound Recording. In honor of her son, Mrs.
Christian Molineros checks out one of the high-tech calculators at Florida Atlantic University’s Wimberly Library in Boca Raton. After hearing student opinion about FAU libraries, the school remodeled study rooms and added borrowing privileges for MacBooks, calculators, pocket video cameras, e-book readers, and other electronics.