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FGCU and Wells Fargo

300 volunteers team up to make a difference

Richard Pegnetter

Richard Pegnetter

Founding dean of Lutgert College of Business remembered

Brian Hamman

Brian Hamman

Alumnus wins appointment to Lee County Commission

Brian Rasnick

Brian Rasnick

Super-fan becomes key player for FGCU Athletics

Help Wanted
With expansion of access to the health-care system, FGCU steps up to fill critical need for primary care professionals.
Center revolves around Earth
CESE celebrates decade of scholarship, education and action to elevate FGCU’s environmental and sustainability mission.
Journey of a Lifetime
Professor learns that mountains come in many forms.
The ABCs of Teaching
New Faculty Academy helps professors improve effectiveness in the classroom.

Plus:

Barbara Melvin takes volunteering to the extreme.
Algenol team nurtures inventive nature in honors students.
Management major a natural-born leader.

Recent Class Notes

  • Chris Sargent, ('13, Civil Engineering), has joined Forge Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering firm based in Naples.

     

     

  • Laura Reed, ('13, Resort and Hospitality Management), has been named sales manager at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. She is responsible for sales efforts for small groups and the local market for the 125-acre beachfront resort.

  • James Nilson, ('13, Civil Engineering), has joined Forge Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering firm based in Naples.
     

  • Nicholas Day, ('13, Finance), joined CapitalRock Investments as a junior analyst.
     

  • Cesar Cancino, ('13, Marketing), created a website (http://gigcampus.com) to help college students earn income. The website works as a college classifieds. Students can sell items for free or list services such as tutoring and fitness training.

  • Sarah Jane Burt, ('13, Master’s, English), a content writer at CONRIC PR & Marketing/Publishing, presented a paper on the use of magic in the works of Shakespeare at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico in October.
     

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