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Little decisions help FGCU grad make big strides as scholastic art director

April 9, 2019 0

Not many people become department heads in just their second year of teaching. For Felipe Maldonado (’16, Art), leading the...

‘Slingin’ Straws’ for sustainability

April 9, 2019 0

Charles Vaught plans to sell one million bamboo straws in the United States, and he’ll be sleeping in his car...

Education major finds most meaningful lessons take root in the garden

April 9, 2019 0

Cecelia Morales’ career blooms from a seed planted freshman year. A trip to the campus Food Forest to cheer up...

Sanitation expert brings hygienic help to his family’s native country of Pakistan

October 30, 2018 0

As a student in the late Professor John Herman’s general ecology course, Uzair Iqbal (’16, Environmental Studies) sometimes found himself...

Former FGCU athletes have double wedding – one in U.S., one in Trinidad

October 30, 2018 0

Josh Leppo, a former FGCU and professional golfer, joked with friends over the years about competing in the Olympics for...

Hydrologic technician loves to test the waters

October 30, 2018 0

Water. Without it, we can’t survive. With it? Well, when we’re drinking it, quality is key. When we’re hunkering down...