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  • Faculty Senate
    a faculty member and or benefit the department college and institution will be used as criteria to evaluate each Professional Development Fund Grant application The committee members who are charged with processing applications represent each of the Units and therefore possess a degree of familiarity with the unique work within each discipline Administration of the process is part of the service component of faculty duties and thus administrative costs are minimal There are three criteria used to evaluate applications They are as follows Significance and or University Department or Unit Benefit Scholarly benefit Teaching benefit All complete applications are reviewed by each of the committee members and scored on a scale of 0 to 4 for each of the criteria with 4 Evidence exceeds expectations 3 Evidence provided is clear and compelling 2 Evidence provided is moderately convincing 1 Evidence provided is minimally credible 0 Evidence provided is not credible or no evidence is provided Applications are ranked from highest to lowest score and based on the budget a cutoff is applied to determine the total number of applicants funded in the given cycle The committee may assign multiple cutoff scores the first cutoff score for full funding and the additional cutoff scores for different levels of partial funding in order to fund additional applicants Application Applicants may only submit one application per review period fall or spring but may submit an application in each review period in the funding cycle Applicants are limited to a maximum dollar amount of one full grant per funding cycle 2000 00 in this year s cycle Should an applicant receive funds for a specific professional development activity but be unable to use the funds for the approved activity it is the responsibility of the applicant to notify the Committee as soon as possible and submit an amended application for further review The funds cannot be automatically transferred to a different activity than approved Applicants are accountable for their activities while using Professional Development Funds If the application for a given activity has also been submitted in a prior cycle then it should be indicated as such on the cover sheet whether funded or not Further the amount of funding received for that activity must also be indicated on the application cover sheet If an applicant has received a specific funding award such as 1000 but uses a lesser amount for example 800 then the applicant will be eligible to apply for the balance of the amount for a different activity up to the maximum If the maximum for the year is 2000 then the applicant is eligible up to the balance of 1200 If an applicant has received or will receive funding from an external source example keynote address honoraria Office of Research and Sponsored Programs OSRP grants then the amount already received for the activity must be indicated in the budget page Applications should be assembled in the order detailed below The application must be submitted in PDF format only to the

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FacultySenate/pdfguides.html (2016-02-07)
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  • International Services
    education from faculty led short term study abroad programs to independent semester and summer programs as well as international internships and service learning opportunities When you incorporate one or more of these options into your studies at FGCU you make a significant investment in your future You will gain a broad perspective on the world a greater understanding of your own culture and history and a deeper awareness of yourself and your potential In addition you will find that you have greater employment opportunities after you graduate Please attend an upcoming Study Abroad Information Session Wednesday January 20th 3 00pm Reed Hall 223 Thursday January 28th 3 30pm Reed Hall 125 Monday February 1st 4 00pm Reed Hall 125 Tuesday February 11th 3 00pm Reed Hall 125 Wednesday February 17th 12 30pm Reed Hall 125 Thursday February 25th 3 00pm Reed Hall 125 Wednesday March 16th Reed Hall 125 Thursday March 24th Reed Hall 125 Tuesday March 29th Reed Hall 125 Types of Study Abroad programs available to FGCU students FGCU Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs FLSA FLSA programs are short term generally 2 weeks to 2 months study abroad trips led by FGCU faculty FLSA programs are designed to study a specific topic Students earn direct FGCU academic credit for the course The FGCU International Services Office coordinates applications for and serves as a central hub for information regarding FLSA programs Click here for more information Provider Programs Transfer Credit Program providers are third party companies or universities that generally provide semester year long or summer session programs at universities and centers throughout the world Students earn credit that can be transferred to FGCU and used to satisfy specific FGCU credit requirements The FGCU International Services Office coordinates applications for and serves as a central hub for information regarding

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/international/StudyAbroadMain.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Fitness
    To get started with Personal Training fill out the Online Personal Training Request Form by clicking here A Personal Trainer will contact you soon to schedule a session Personal Training Rates 1 or 2 Client Packages Student Price Faculty Staff Member Price 1 session 20 session 30 session 5 sessions 10 20 session 150 30 session 10 sessions 170 17 session 270 27 session 15 sessions 225 15 session 375 25 session Fitness Assessment 15 15 Small Group Packages Student Price Faculty Staff Member Price 5 sessions 225 15 session 275 18 session 10 sessions 350 12 session 400 13 session 15 sessions 450 10 session 500 11 session Group Packages Sometimes it helps to have a friend or two to keep you committed to a training plan When you bring a friend to training you can train together at the same time with the same trainer while dividing the cost This makes it more affordable and a lot more fun to train Payment plans are not applicable to this package and the total cost must be paid up front Your First Visit First time Personal Training clients must complete a new client packet which takes approximately 15 minutes and includes a Health History Questionnaire Please remember to bring any relevant information regarding medications injuries or other health related issues with you If you have had any serious injuries or medical conditions you will need to have your doctor approve your participation in a prescribed fitness program Please have your doctor s contact information available Payment Plan only available for 1 client package Clients may split 15 session package into two payments Clients using this option must pay prior to their 8th session Fitness Assessment A fitness assessment is ideal for someone who is looking to see where they stand

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CampusRec/Fitness/PersonalTraining.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    Faculty and Staff Margaret Banyan Ph D Associate Professor and MPA Program Coordinator Phone 239 590 7850 E Mail mbanyan fgcu edu Office MH 148 Andrea Benscoter Computer Support Specialist Phone 239 590 7844 E Mail abenscot fgcu edu Office MH 171 Peter Bergerson Ph D Professor Phone 239 590 7813 E Mail pbergers fgcu edu Office MH 138 Jhaniene Bogle Executive Secretary Phone 239 590 7847 E Mail jbogle fgcu edu Office MH 131B Richard Coughlin Associate Professor Phone 239 590 7177 E Mail rcoughli fgcu edu Office MH 150 Roger Green Ph D Associate Professor and Chair Department of Political Science and Public Administration Interim Chair Department of Psychology Phone 239 590 7838 E Mail rgreen fgcu edu Office MH 134 Robert E Lee DPA ICMA CM Assistant Professor Phone 239 590 7704 E Mail rlee fgcu edu Office MH 146 Sandra Pavelka Ph D Associate Professor Phone 239 590 7835 E Mail spavelka fgcu edu Office MH 152 Vanja Petricevic Ph D Assistant Professor Phone 239 590 7837 E Mail vpetricevic fgcu edu Office MH 151 Derek Reiners Assistant Professor Political Science Phone 239 745 4328 E Mail dreiners fgcu edu Office Modular 1 4 Joseph Ross

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Departments/PublicAffairs/faculty.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    Us Programs Political Science B A Master of Public Administration Political Science Minor Peace and Social Justice Minor Planning Certificate Local Government Management Certificate Related Links CAS Home Centers and Institutes NASPAA ASPA Contact Us Jhaniene Bogle Executive Secretary Phone 239 590 7847 E Mail jbogle fgcu edu Office MH 131B Roger Green Ph D Associate Professor and Chair Department of Political Science and Public Administration Interim Chair Department of

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Departments/PublicAffairs/contact.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Political Science (B.A.)
    Science is the central field for imparting knowledge of political processes political values and public policy It also plays a key role in cultivating critical thinking and problem solving skills This combination of knowledge and skills is valuable not only for individuals engaged directly in public policy making and administration but also for those involved in business and non profit activities In recent years acquiring the knowledge and skills associated with Political Science has taken on a heightened urgency due to the complexities of an increasingly global economy and diverse U S population as well as to the increasingly intricate relationships between public sector private sector and non profit organizations Adding to this sense of urgency in Florida is the state s rapid pace of demographic change and the delicate environmental constraints within which its sustainable planning and development efforts must be carried out The BA program in Political Science is designed to provide students with the analytical tools needed to address local regional and national public policy issues as well as to achieve their career objectives Using a variety of innovative approaches it provides students with the knowledge and skills essential for dealing with the emerging trends reshaping the

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/PoliticalScienceBA/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    in Political Science provides non political science majors the opportunity to explore the field of political science through a six course 18 credit hour program of study General Requirements Students must meet with a college advisor to declare a minor and review the course requirements A grade of C or higher is required in all courses for the minor A minimum of 12 credit hours of the minor must be completed at FGCU Students desiring certification of a minor and designation on their academic transcript must Note the minor on the Application for Graduation Contact a college advisor to certify completion of all course requirements for the declared minor as listed below Specific Information Complete any two of the following introductory 1000 2999 courses CPO 2001 INR 2005 INR 2015 POS 2041 POS 2112 Complete one upper division 3000 4999 course from each of the following categories One course in American Politics Public Administration Public Policy POS PAD or PUP prefix with the exception of POS 3043 POS 4734 POS 4905 POS 4941 and POS 4936 One course in Comparative Politics CPO prefix with the exception of CPO 3003 and CPO 4906 One course in International Relations INR prefix with

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Departments/PublicAffairs/11413.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    Minor Planning Certificate Local Government Management Certificate Related Links CAS Home Centers and Institutes NASPAA ASPA Peace and Social Justice Minor Print Details General Requirements Students must meet with a college advisor to declare a minor and review the course requirements A grade of C or higher is required for all courses in the minor A minimum of 12 credit hours of the minor must be completed at FGCU Students desiring certification of a minor and designation on their academic transcript must verify that the minor is displayed on their Graduation Application Specific Information Complete 6 hours from the following Cultural Studies AML 4713 Working Class Literature in the U S 3 INR 2005 Peace and Conflict in the Public Sphere 3 LIT 4353 Ethnic Studies 3 POT 3075 Culture and Politics 3 POT 4514 Theories of Political Violence 3 Complete 9 hours from the following with at least 3 hours from each category Area Studies CPO 3303 Latin American Politics 3 CPO 3403 Politics of the Middle East 3 INR 4303 U S Foreign Policy 3 Legal Studies CCJ 4662 Minorities and Crime 3 CJL 4415 Law and Social Control 3 POS 3691 Law Politics and Society 3 TOTAL

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Departments/PublicAffairs/10572.asp (2016-02-07)
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