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  • Campus Reservations
    1090 Multi Purpose Spaces Florida Gulf University is able to host events in a number of multi purpose spaces on campus Multi Purpose Spaces Cohen Center Ballroom at the Cohen Center 4 750 sq ft CC 213 CC 214 CC 247 CC 162 Room Layouts Alico Arena Hospitality Suite Auxiliary Gym Main Gym Room Layouts Outdoor Sports Complex VIP Room Sugden Resort and Hospitality Management Building SRHM 114 2 167 sq ft SRHM 115 1 117 sq ft SRHM 110 SRHM 111 Sugden Welcome Center SWC 108 Eagles Landing located in North Lake Village Eagles Landing offers a relaxing lakefront view in a lounge setting For more information contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at 239 590 1700 Room Layouts Outdoor Areas Florida Gulf Coast University has a variety of outdoor locations for you and your guests to enjoy our beautiful green surroundings Library Green can also be divided into Quadrants 1 2 3 and 4 Veteran s Pavilion Student Plaza Academic Courtyard Holmes Hall Lawn Lutgert Hall Outdoor Courtyard SoVi Plaza Library Patio Athletic Recreation Areas Athletic Facilities for Athletic facility reservations contact Mike Miller at mimiller fgcu edu Baseball field Softball field Batting cages Soccer field

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CampusReservation/MultiPurposeSpaces.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Small Business Development Center

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    Original URL path: /cob/sbdc/ (2016-02-07)


  • Department of Social Work
    Department of Social Work Home Welcome Mission Faculty and Staff Advisory Board Contact Us Programs BSW MSW Student Resources Distance Learning Schedule Technical Support Course Schedule Syllabi Course Descriptions Licensure App Request Job Opportunities Related Links CHPSW Home The Master of Social Work Program has been accredited through 2017 by the Council on Social Work Education Commission on Accreditation Like the Department of Social Work on Facebook at http www

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CHPSW/SocialWork/index.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Sociology (B.A.)
    of career and graduate school pursuits Additional skills that will be marketable for students as they transition into careers include abilities to Identify ethical issues in research Develop evidence based arguments Understand and explain race gender and class influences on individual lives and social structure Evaluate research methods Utilize technologies such as blogging and e portfolios Form hypotheses Write reports understandable by non sociologists Use statistical software Conduct literature reviews develop reference lists Interpret the results of data gathering Individuals trained in sociology have a wide range of careers in which they are able to apply their skills Some of these include Criminology Federal state and or local law enforcement corrections agencies academia victim services court services and mediation offender re entry programs juvenile delinquency programs Business and advertising Advertising and marketing firms nongovernment organizations academia consulting labor relations firms trade unions Medical and health care fields Government planning regulatory agencies local health departments public health related non profit agencies hospitals health institutions citizen advocacy Environmental work Federal and state protection agencies academia local public lands management environmental organizations Gender and sexuality fields Advocacy for women girls and or GLBT populations human resources consultant research social services social justice community organizing International work Nongovernmental work NGOs peace and conflict Peace Corps What can you do with a degree in sociology Daniel Little Professor of philosophy and Chancellor of the University of Michigan Dearborn makes a powerful case for the importance of sociology majors in his recent Huffington Post article Why a Sociology Major He writes sociology is indeed a valuable part of a university education It provides a foundation for better understanding and engaging with the globalizing world our young people will need to navigate and lead It provides students with the intellectual tools needed to make sense of the

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Sociology/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Southwest Florida Coastal Watershed Workshop
    endeavors and collaborations to provide the data needed to best manage and protect these areas in the future The general structure of the workshop will consist of morning presentations 8 10 each day on current research projects being conducted in southwest Florida followed by afternoon breakout groups to discuss 4 5 specific topics related to the morning s talks After an approximate 90 minute discussion the groups will reconvene to summarize their discussions followed by an open discussion to begin the synthesis of knowledge and gaps therein Poster sessions with refreshments will occur at the end of day 1 and 2 We would like to extend a special invitation to students and wish to encourage them to attend and submit abstracts for presentations or posters The first day of the workshop will focus on the geology chemistry and physics of the estuaries and nearshore waters of southwest Florida in order to provide the background and setting for the dynamic processes occurring in these systems The second day of the workshop will focus on the biology and ecology of the estuaries and nearshore waters to integrate how biological processes are affected by the physical chemical dynamics discussed on day 1 The

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/info/SWFCWW/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Language & Literature
    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 Successful completion or testing out of SPN 1120C Beginning Spanish I 4 SPN 1121C Beginning Spanish II 4 OR SPN 1134C Accelerated Spanish 6 AND SPN 2220C 4 Intermediate Spanish I 4 SPN 2221C 4 Intermediate Spanish II 4 Successful completion of the following SPN 3300 Spanish Advanced Writing 3 SPN 3400 Conversation and Composition I 3 Electives Students who test out of required beginning or intermediate courses must select from the following courses to complete the required 17 22 hours Students who do not test out of courses may also take elective courses in addtion to the required courses SPN 2270 Spanish Study Abroad 1 6 SPN 3140 Intermed Spanish for Business 3 SPN 3500 Survey of Spanish Culture Civilization I 3 SPN 3520 Latin Amer Culture Civilization 3 SPW 3100 Survey of Spanish Literature 3 SPW 3130 Latin American Literature 3 SPW 4930 Selected Topics 1 3 Required beginning and intermediate courses can be exempted by obtaining an equivalency through a Spanish Placement Test contact program faculty for access to this test Determination

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Departments/LL/SpanishMinor.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Step Ahead Program
    more successful year than ever before The Step Ahead Program boasts an extremely high success rate for its students and prepares students for the complete college experience they are embarking upon It is also helpful with the transition the students will be making from high school to a fulltime college workload in the fall semester The Step Ahead Program will not only give students additional assistance in a developmental area

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/stepahead/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Business Technology Services
    Requests University Network Account Banner Account Telephone Other Request Service Catalog and Knowledgebase Submit Work Order University Computing Standards Standard Computer Configurations Printers Ram Hardware Upgrades Personal Purchase Recommendations Faculty and Staff FAQ s Training Classes Connecting Remotely Banner FAQ Helpdesk Ben Hill Griffin 252 Monday Friday 7 30 am 5 00 pm Phone 239 590 1188 Email helpdesk fgcu edu Telecommunications Telecommunications provides a variety of communcations services to the FGCU community Some of the services we provide are publishing the online and paper phone directory purchasing cell phones answering the main line to the university and providing you with phones and phone service Mailing Address Mail To Florida Gulf Coast University Department of Telecommunications 10501 FGCU Boulevard South Fort Myers FL 33965 6565 Hours of Operation Business hours are Monday Friday 8 00AM 5 00PM and by appointment Name Title Phone Office E mail Neal Snyder Director 239 590 1177 Ben Hill Griffin III Hall 143 nsnyder fgcu edu Mike Boyd Telephone Systems Manager 239 590 1115 Ben Hill Griffin III Hall 147 mboyd fgcu edu Sarah Donnelly University Operator 239 590 1001 Ben Hill Griffin III Hall 154 sdonnell fgcu edu Yulia DiBartolo Network VoIP Administrator 239

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/BTS/telecommunications.html (2016-02-07)
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