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  • About FGCU
    Arts and Sciences Bower School of Music and the Arts College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work School of Nursing Lutgert College of Business U A Whitaker College of Engineering Administrative Offices Office of the President Office of the Provost Office of the General Counsel University Advancement Office of Administrative Services Office of Student Affairs Office of Diversity and Community Outreach Athletics FGCU Commitments Vision Mission and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/about.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Academics
    Calendar and Schedules Academic Calendar Course Listing Schedule Final Exam Schedule Catalog and Guides Academic Catalog Quality Enhancement Plan pdf Student Guidebook Library FGCU Library Bookstore FGCU Bookstore Courses and Programs Course Descriptions Service Learning Degree Programs Undergrad Degree Programs Graduate Certificate Programs Course Registration Honors Program Outreach Programs Continuing Education Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs Florida Institute of Government Renaissance Academy Distance Learning Distance Learning Graduate Studies Office of Graduate Studies Faculty Senate Faculty Senate Colleges and Schools College of Arts and Sciences Bower School of Music the Arts College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work School of Nursing Lutgert College of Business School of Resort Hospitality Management U A Whitaker College of Engineering Administration Office of the Provost Office of Academic and Curriculum Support Office of Student Affairs Office of Undergraduate Studies Faculty Staff Achievement Performance Newsletter From Vol 14 Issue 4 read all Awards or Recognitions Bob Butehorn Joe Dincecco Phil Boerger Eduardo Villarreal Intercollegiate Athletics 2015 Atlantic Sun Conference Co Coach of the Year Atlantic Sun Conference November 4 Professional Presentations Vickie Johnston Curriculum and Instruction Michele Stork Technology Tools to Cognitively Optimize the Learning Environment Future of Education Technology Conference FETC

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  • Community Connection
    Eagles Connect Kleist Health Education Center Liebert Lecture Series Small Business Development Center The Center for Environmental and Sustainability The Hunter Institute on Young Children Community Outreach WGCU Public Media Whitaker Center Wings of Hope Continuing Education Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs Florida Institute of Government Renaissance Academy Arts and Performances Art Galleries Bower School of Music Theatre Lab Community Relations University Marketing and Communications Eagle Advocacy Expert Directory

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  • Technology
    Labs and Classrooms Computing Services Desktop support Connecting remotely e mail Free software Tutorials e Learning Services Course design Canvas training Technology workshops e Learning Blog Canvas tips and training schedule e Learning Pedagogy Library Technology E Resources Library Virtual services Special Events Equipment Loan and Equipment Set up services Technology Tutorials Microsoft Office e mail Technology Skills Assessment Policies and Procedures Student Resources Canvas LMS Canvas Demonstration Course Computing

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/technology.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Vice President and Chief of Staff
    to the family s generosity The gift establishes the Seidler Fund which will benefit professors and students in the College and ultimately all of Southwest Florida Lee s and Gene s love of the arts extends to a deep appreciation of the value of a liberal arts education and influenced this selected area for support at FGCU Bradshaw said Their generosity will enhance the College s academic excellence and student success In explaining the motivation behind the gift Lee Seidler said There is no better foundation for success by any measure than a liberal arts education Creativity flexibility and reason allow us to shape the future The gift will enable the College to invest in a wide range of programs and opportunities said Robert Gregerson dean of the College of Arts Sciences The Seidler family s generous gift will provide new learning opportunities for students in the College of Arts Sciences through support for undergraduate scholarship internships and mentoring especially among students in the humanities disciplines he said It also generates new levels of support for programs in the visual and performing arts and for special student projects across the college In addition our academic programs will be enlivened through public presentations and workshops given by renowned scholars This gift will touch the lives of countless students in the years ahead We are extremely grateful to the Seidlers for their thoughtful and generous support The Seidlers became involved with the university through the Bower School of Music the Arts and have bequeathed to the university a work by the late Robert Rauschenberg an internationally renowned artist and former Captiva resident They also support other art related projects including FGCU s 24 Hour Festival an annual competition in which students have 24 hours to create a work of art in any

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/vpchiefofstaff/pressrelease.asp?id=21591 (2016-02-07)
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  • Vice President and Chief of Staff
    G Bradshaw on Thursday attended the Florida Cabinet meeting in Tallahassee to be the first university to accept Governor Rick Scott s Ready Set Work challenge and announce a new initiative that will attract retain and reward students for graduating in four years and securing employment Florida Gulf Coast University was the first of the 12 universities in the State University System to accept Scott s Ready Set Work challenge to achieve 100 percent employment within a year of graduation for each school s two most popular degree programs During the meeting President Bradshaw outlined FGCU s efforts to meet the challenge The plan entails specialized career counseling for incoming freshman to help them choose a course of study that will prepare them for work and using a cutting edge web based management system to ensure their success FGCU s new challenge will offer students the opportunity to receive a rebate of the tuition they paid in their freshman year if they stay at FGCU graduate in four years or less and obtain a job within six months of graduation This will save them money and provide them with some much needed startup funds as they begin their journey on the path to a successful career as contributing members of the great state of Florida Bradshaw said We consistently place among the leaders in the State University System in the percentage of FGCU graduates who are employed in Florida upon graduation I am pleased to note that they stay in Florida for the long term Scott invited the university presidents to the Florida Cabinet meeting to present their ideas on how they would meet the challenge Although FGCU aspires to 100 percent job attainment for all majors its focus for the Ready Set Work challenge will be on Communication and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/vpchiefofstaff/pressrelease.asp?id=21600 (2016-02-07)
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  • Vice President and Chief of Staff
    Highlights include awards wine tour and basketball double header 2 5 2016 FORT MYERS Fla The ninth annual Alumni Weekend Feb 18 20 features reunions and traditions as well as new activities all aimed at strengthening graduates connections with Florida Gulf Coast University FGCU Among the highlights of the weekend are the Annual Alumni Awards a walking wine tour of campus featuring the FGCU Alumni Association s exclusive brands and a group tailgate celebration centered on the Eagles basketball double header With more than 22 000 graduates our annual celebration of Eagle pride grows bigger and more exciting each year said Assistant Director of Alumni Programs Angela Kunkle who graduated in 2004 We are always developing new ways to keep them engaged with the university and fellow classmates and to recognize their professional achievements which reflect well on alumni as well as the university Winners of the Annual Alumni Awards will be announced during a cocktail reception at 6 p m Friday Feb 19 in the Cohen Center Ballroom Each year the Alumni Association Board of Directors selects one accomplished graduate to join the Alumni of Distinction the association s most prestigious award recognizing exceptional personal and professional achievements as well as outstanding community service Last year Lee County Commissioner Brian Hamman a 2004 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences was recognized as the Alumnus of Distinction Additionally the Soaring Eagle Award recognizes recent graduates typically one from each of the five colleges who have earned degrees from FGCU within the last decade and have excelled in their professions Former FGCU basketball players and cheerleaders also will reunite for an alumni scrimmage at 12 30 p m Saturday Feb 20 at Alico Arena A tailgate party is planned at 5 p m between the women s and men

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/vpchiefofstaff/pressrelease.asp?id=21608 (2016-02-07)
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  • Vice President and Chief of Staff
    water issues The free lectures are open to the public and are held at FGCU s Harvey Kapnick Education and Research Center at the Naples Botanical Garden 4940 Bayshore Drive Naples The series features the best minds in environmental sciences some real rock stars in the world of science said FGCU Professor William J Mitsch director of the research park and Juliet C Sproul Chair for Southwest Florida Habitat Restoration and Management Because our relationship with freshwater and coastal water environments is so vital in Southwest Florida these lectures offer valuable insight and solutions to problems we see around us The series kicks off Thursday Jan 14 with the hot topic of Climate Change The Evidence People and Our Options presented by two distinguished Ohio State University professors Lonnie G Thompson Ph D from the School of Earth Sciences and Ellen Mosley Thompson Ph D from the Department of Geography are affiliated with Ohio State s Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center an internationally recognized leader in polar alpine and climate research Other lectures in the series are Thursday Jan 28 The Art and Science of Translating Ecological Indicators to Ecosystem Services for Wetlands Streams and Riparian Corridors by Robert P Brooks Ph D Ruby S and E Willard Miller Professor of Geography and Ecology Director of Riparia Department of Geography Pennsylvania State University University Park State College Pa Thursday Feb 11 Expecting the Unexpected Pandora s Box of Paradox in an Upside Down Estuary by Evelyn E Gaiser Ph D Executive Director School of Environment Arts and Society Professor Department of Biological Sciences and Southeast Environmental Research Center Lead Principal Investigator Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research Program Florida International University Miami Thursday March 3 When Nature Bites Back Solving the Budget Busting Invasive Species Epidemic by David

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/vpchiefofstaff/pressrelease.asp?id=21583 (2016-02-07)
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