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Alex Pena, ’11, reports from the world’s most troubled regions

On the front lines

Alex Pena, ’11, reports from the world’s most troubled regions

Chris Hamstra teaches FGCU students basics of sign language

Helping hands

Chris Hamstra teaches FGCU students basics of sign language

John Loscuito expands cultural vision for art galleries

John Loscuito

Director expands cultural vision for art galleries

National Watermelon Queen Brandi Harrison enjoys sweet reign

Brandi Harrison, ’13

National Watermelon Queen enjoys sweet reign

Make a Difference Day
FGCU, Wells Fargo team up to help community.
Professor teaches about history of genocide in hopes of preventing future atrocities.
Saving the Seagrass
Underwater plants, critical to maintaining a healthy environment, face multiple threats.
Bound by Honors
Growing program fosters individual development within a tight community of high achievers.

Recent Class Notes

  • Mike Nixon, (’14, Environmental Engineering), joined McKim & Creed Inc. as an engineer intern in Sarasota. He provides technical and design services in support of water, wastewater, reclaimed water and stormwater infrastructure.

  • Jessi Drummond, (’14, Environmental Studies), received an internship with the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed Land & Water Trust (CREW) after volunteering with the organization throughout her FGCU experience. She has studied in Ghana and Costa Rica, and worked at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium. She resides in Fort Myers.

  • Jessica Montoya, (’13, Management), has joined Allyn International Services Inc., where she will gather and communicate information on shipments and projects, as well as provide logistics support and consulting. She lives in Cape Coral.

  • Kaitlin Major, (’13, Social Work), received the Lee County Homeless Coalition’s Dean Blietz Award for her efforts in helping Medford Silas, a man who spent his days on a bench outside of McCollum Hall in Fort Myers. She is employed by Community Cooperative Ministries Inc. in Fort Myers.

  • Tyler Hosch, (’13, Finance), was accepted into the Disney Post-Graduate program upon graduation. Out of the 14 individuals in the program, Tyler was one of two chosen to continue to work permanently with the company. He now serves as the financial analyst for the capital analysis and reporting team. He lives in Clermont.

  • Daniela Georgieva, (’13, Accounting), is the newest addition to the Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Company, P.A. tax team in Fort Myers. Daniela is fluent in both Bulgarian and English.

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