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Alumni Awards’ top honoree exemplifies community leadership

March 9, 2023 0

Giving back is woven into Stefanie Ink Edwards’ DNA. So, it comes as no surprise she was nominated for and...

Fall 2022 President’s and Dean’s Lists Honor Top Scholars

February 26, 2023 0

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

FGCU alum manages to write her own stage career on Broadway

February 15, 2023 0

FGCU alumna Danielle Ranno is the stage manager of “& Juliet,” a hit Broadway musical comedy that puts a new...

Scientists studying Ian’s impact note artificial reef damage, coral loss

February 10, 2023 0

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Southwest Floridians were warned to stay out of Gulf water tainted with a rare,...

FGCU grad finds recipe for success in restaurant industry

February 8, 2023 0

When Michael Kemna (’16, Criminal Justice ) was just out of high school in Cumberland, Maine, in 2010, he put together binders...

FGCU’s blossoming relationship with the Naples Botanical Garden

January 29, 2023 0

Banana, papaya and pineapple plants aren’t the only things bearing fruit at the Naples Botanical Garden. A mutually beneficial relationship...

Senior moment: Capstone show a peak experience for art grads

January 13, 2023 0

Countdown to showtime Power drills buzz and hammers bang in bursts of activity fueled by excitement, anxiety and caffeine in...

Grad student follows early inspiration into forensic studies

January 9, 2023 0

When Florida Gulf Coast University graduate student Delanie Fether was young, her inquisitive mind was captivated by “Bones,” the long-running...

Community policing is a passion for criminal justice alum

November 8, 2022 0

As overseer of the Community Relations Unit in the Fort Myers Police Department, Sgt. Gilberto Benitez takes special pride in...