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FGCU developing as regional hub for the autism community

June 20, 2022 0

When Annemarie Connor utters the phrase “our college students with autism” in conversation, it usually elicits a look that says,...

Alumni pair up to provide lifeline to families struggling with autism

June 20, 2022 0

After Amy Richardson’s daughter, Olivia, was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder about eight years ago, the Cape Coral mom scoured...

Music demand getting hot for teacher-in-training

June 15, 2022 0

How is a teacher similar to a pop-music star? Both present themselves professionally in front of an audience. That’s why...

Fall 2021 President’s and Dean’s lists honor FGCU’s top scholars

February 5, 2022 0

Florida Gulf Coast University honors its top scholars each semester by naming undergraduate students to the President’s List or Dean’s...

Inclusivity is the name of the game for Soaring Eagle Academy

April 20, 2021 0

FGCU launches Southwest Florida’s first university program for adults with intellectual disabilities...

STARs rise to the challenge of teaching remotely

April 30, 2020 0

Teachable moments often arise from unexpected, awkward or unsettling circumstances, providing an opportunity to draw something positive from a negative...

Tech-savvy Eagles use 3D printers to help shield healthcare heroes

April 21, 2020 0

While Americans everywhere are stitching together homespun solutions to the shortage of safety masks for themselves and others, Florida Gulf...

Sharing ideas for remote teaching extends across globe

March 31, 2020 0

Specialists in educational technology are urging international collaboration as teachers around the world grapple with new challenges presented by the...

Student inspires city to create diversity panel, bank to help College of Education

November 1, 2019 0

Making a difference doesn’t necessarily require large sums of money. It doesn’t have to originate in a think tank with...

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...