Communication major doesn’t regret trading football for friends

April 17, 2020 0

For Tariq ‘TQ’ Humes, joy springs from helping others.   While a student at FGCU, Humes (’10, Communication) worked in Campus Recreation and helped to start the...

FGCU addresses the changing face — and race — of education

December 19, 2019 0

Professor’s journey to overcome prejudice underscores importance of multicultural learning...

Grad student explores power of multicultural education

October 25, 2019 0

‘One of our stars,’ international student publishes multiple research papers...

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...

Elliott elected president of international honor society

October 4, 2018 0

Dr. Elizabeth M. Elliott, a professor in FGCU’s College of Education and director of the Family Resource Center on campus, was recently elected to the Executive...

Fulbright paves way for unforgettable Rwandan adventure

April 19, 2018 0

Mark Simpson and his wife, Sheila Bolduc-Simpson, spent a memorable 10 months in Kigali, Rwanda. The life-changing experience came about through...

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)...

Feb. 3 festival promotes literacy

January 9, 2017 0

FGCU’s College of Education, in partnership with the Southwest Florida Reading Festival, hosts a literacy festival on Friday, Feb. 3 from...