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Exploring is the parent company of several unique, trailblazing Atlanta-based companies. Our companies span a range of industries, from the exhibit and event industry to hospitality, commercial, retail, architectural, automotive, museum, and other markets.

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ID3 Group provides expert design and world-class custom fabrication services for memorable experiences, environments and entertainment. As the “Dreambuilders,” ID3 Group is a one-stop fabrication powerhouse with the capabilities and services to meet even the most complex design and fabrication needs. The company works with exhibit and experiential companies, design firms, architects, theme parks, museums, marketing and PR agencies, consultants, producers and event coordinators across the country.

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3D Themed Environments
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Chisel 3D designs and fabricates custom, three-dimensional props and sculptures for themed and scenic environments across the globe. The company uses creativity, technical expertise, and state-of-the art equipment to create large-scale, high-impact pieces that “wow” audiences at tradeshows, experiential marketing events, theme parks, museums, retail environments and more.

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Atlantis WaterJet provides water jet cutting and machining services for aerospace, industrial, military, commercial and residential applications nationwide. Water jet cutting is a cost-effective and precise method of cutting almost any type of material, and the team works with every customer to develop creative and cost-effective solutions for their needs.

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Brumark provides a wide selection of high-quality, innovative event and exhibit flooring. Brumark offers the industry’s widest product selection, including tradeshow carpet, custom carpet, FlexFloor rollable vinyl flooring, raised flooring systems, printed flooring, and much more. The company works with exhibit houses and tradeshow and event management companies.

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5) The university should strive to remain a place apart from the rest of society . We need norms for speech that are different from those that prevail off-campus. I think this essay by Noah Feldman in the Chicago Tribune does a great job of articulating those differences and offering guidance to university presidents. Here are the key paragraphs; I have put some text in bold:

My own view is that universities, including public universities, would be well-advised to stand on their rights to limit the presence of nonuniversity speakers where possible and to stop their public spaces from becoming classic public forum s. On the surface, it may seem that such limitations would run counter to the free academic exchange of ideas.But on closer examination, academic freedom and constitutional free speech are actually pretty different . In private universities, the act of creating a campus where academic freedom exists requires the creation of a community that shares certain scholarly norms. If students and teachers could shout each other down, free exchange of ideas on campus would quickly become impossible .

limit the presence of nonuniversity speakers where possible and to stop their public spaces from becoming classic public forum academic freedom and constitutional free speech are actually pretty different requires the creation of a community that shares certain scholarly norms. If students and teachers could shout each other down, free exchange of ideas on campus would quickly become impossible

And in truth, public universities aren’t much different. To function as universities, they need to create an environment of communal commitment to exploring the truth. That includes, in my view, great latitude for expressing almost any imaginable viewpoint. But it does not include threats or harassment. And it does not allow for gross violations of civility.

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Through Holocaust education, I learned the value of tolerance and diversity... I learned that hope can be found in the darkest places, ­­hope can be found even when all humanity seems to be lost. I also learnedthe importance of forgiveness and the power of education.

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The contrast between the extermination camps and present-day Polish cities was quite thought-provoking...The opportunity to travel to Poland and visit sites that I have been studying for the greater part of my adult life was simply priceless. Walking the grounds of the Warsaw Ghetto, the Plaszow Labor Camp, and the death camps of Treblinka, Majdanek and Auschwitz-Birkenau brought home the brutality, despair and overwhelming sadness that permeated central and eastern Europe during the first half of the twentieth century. The juxtaposition of the architectural and cultural jewel of Krakow with Birkenau, the most murderous of the extermination camps, also forced me to grapple with how easily civilization can slide into barbarism.

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Having Howard there, telling his story, allowed for us to more easily relate to the information. Howard made it real. Howard provided a look at the Holocaust that you can't get from books, pictures, video and primary sources. The personal connection is something that cannot be learned in the classroom.

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When I went on this trip, I had been teaching about the Holocaust for 20 years. I had already visited Dachau and Mauthausen, so I assumed that this would be a seminar that would give me a few more facts to add to my lesson and some photos to put into my presentations. I had no idea how wrong I was – so many parts of the trip had a profound impact on me.

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I never considered how much MORE of an experience this would be – educationally, spiritually, personally...I did not realize that I would form incredible friendships and bonds with people from different cities, backgrounds, cultures, faiths, etc. Being able to participate in the memorials was something of a healing process, but it was also wonderful to be included in certain Jewish traditions. Everything came full circle.

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