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...

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...

Alumna shares insights on teaching abroad

January 30, 2017 0

On a U.S. Department of State fellowship, Casey Moorman (’09, B.A., Special Education with ESOL endorsement; ’13, M.Ed., Reading Education)...

FGCU awarded $2.3 million in grants for student support

August 7, 2015 0

Funds help ensure academic success for students who are the first in their families to attend college, who come from...

All the world’s a classroom for Child & Youth Studies majors

July 27, 2015 0

Graduates go on to nontraditional teaching jobs or graduate study with the aim of working with youngsters in fields with...

New Faculty Academy helps professors hone teaching

July 9, 2015 0

Program covers lesson planning, grading strategies, course development, effective lecturing and other teaching techniques....

National Conference on Autism is April 11 at FGCU

April 7, 2015 0

Families, educators and healthcare workers will gather Saturday, April 11 at Florida Gulf Coast University for Promising Pathways, the eighth...