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Roland Forti teaching

Roland Forti, '11

Teacher strikes right chord with students

Acting for the Camera

Candid camera

Acting students learn how to handle screen work

Chad Lutkenhaus, '11

Chad Lutkenhaus, '11

Alumnus rises through ranks at Alico Arena

Tara Ryan

Prescription for living

Nurse heals herself by teaching others

2014 Alumnus of Distinction: Matt Caldwell
The 'Man of the House' thrives on life as a state legislator representing his hometown.
Food for thought
FGCU's Food Forest inspires students and alumni to cultivate sustainable practices in agriculture and business.
Class of their own
Life lessons, scholarships lead teachers to realize their dreams.
Casting about
Maximizing nutrition, minimizing risk when eating seafood requires some fishing for clues.

Plus:

They may be muggles, but they are wizards when it comes to quidditch.
Researchers patent potential treatment for dengue fever, work on vaccine.
Nancy Staub connects FGCU with Charlotte community.
Restorative practices help wrong-doers find path to reform and success.

Recent Class Notes

  • Amanda Truxillo, ('13, Sociology), is working as a missionary in Haiti with an organization called Respire Haiti, where she is teaching art and dance.

  • Darren Thomas, ('13, Communication), is the new marketing and social media assistant at AdSource. He assists account managers in the implementation of various projects, including social media and production.

  • Adam James

    Adam James, ('12, Elementary Education), is the founder and owner of Sights, Sounds, & Success. His company is a motivational speaking business through which he offers a variety of motivational presentations.

  • Lenise Joseph, ('13, Theatre), has joined Comcast as a customer account executive for bulk accounts, and assists with all aspects of customer care.

  • Brandi Harrison

    Brandi Harrison, ('13, Communication), was crowned the 2014 National Watermelon Association's Queen in February.

  • Kyle Binninger, ('13, Civil Engineering), was accepted to the master's program in structural engineering at the University of Florida.

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