Florida Southern's Dr. H. Alexander Rich joined the College in 2014.
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When Florida Southern College President Anne Kerr unrolled the large,
dirty, torn painting, Dr. Alex Rich was baed.
Read More about A Chariot Race Mystery: Unraveling The History Of A 'Lost' Painting
While some people binge-watched "Tiger King" during the past seven months, others were busy with paints and brushes or their cameras, creating works of art that capture this singular moment in history — life during a pandemic and civil unrest.
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The online approach includes development of new assignments, remote guest speakers and Q&As through Zoom.
Read More about Retooled Film Program Promotes Creativity, Community through Remote Instruction
Collaborative film project highlights the work of the Women's Resource Center.
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Florida Southern College students are invited to apply for a competitive, paid six-week summer internship program at the Polk Museum of Art.
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GEICO looks to add to its robust workforce in Lakeland by hiring as many as 500 new associates as soon as possible in the fields of claims, customer service (including bilingual individuals) and sales (including bilingual individuals), among others.
Read More about For Lakeland Associate Carmen Smith, "There is Room for Everyone to Develop & Grow at GEICO"
Dr. William Quilliam has taught accounting at Florida Southern since 2010.
Read More about FSC's New Endowed Chair in Accounting Highlights Department's Real-World Training
Participating students can earn STEM bachelor's degree and MBA in five years or less.
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Polk County’s oldest and youngest institutions of higher learning are collaborating on a program that allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field and a Master's of Business Administration in five years or less.
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Barney Barnett School of Business Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 6, February 1st 2021.
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Barney Barnett School of Business Newsletter Volume 2, Issue 3, April 12th 2021.
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Students in Florida Southern College’s Doctor of Education program are making an impact in the community even before they graduate.
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Faculty continue their work and sharing their expertise with students, professional organizations and the community through their leadership roles.
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Florida Southern's Doctoral Candidates Take On Timely and Significant Research
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Collaborative initiative will bring together Schools of Education and Nursing and Health Sciences.
Read More about FSC Dedicates Center for Early Childhood Learning and Health, New Home for School of Education
Test-takers from FSC's Elementary Education K-6 program scored highly in all four required subject areas.
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Sharing a wide range of Southern-style observations while displaying a charmingly revved-up comic persona, professional speaker Jeanne Robertson entertained a large, receptive crowd at the sixth annual Roberts Academy Mother’s Day Luncheon in May.
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Members of the inaugural graduating class of the Florida Southern College Doctor of Nursing Practice program presented their capstone scholarly project posters in the Joe K. and Alberta Blanton Nursing Building, on August 11, 2021.
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Florida Southern College today announced the new Ann Blanton Edwards School of Nursing and Health Sciences. The Florida Southern College nursing program is nationally recognized for educational excellence, and the opportunity to have a named school of nursing reflects the world-class quality of the curriculum, faculty, graduates, and current students.
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Welcome to the New Year and new semester. I am so hopeful that 2021 will be a year when students and faculty can embrace the lessons learned during the first year of the pandemic to create new ways of engaging fully with their peers and their disciplines.
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Programs are scheduled to launch in fall 2020 and January 2021.
Read More about New Master's Degree Tracks and Certificates to Address Shortages of Nurses, Nursing Faculty
Florida Southern's School of Physical Therapy, Jean and Sal Campisi, Sr., Academic Center is located in Lakeland’s Dixieland Historic District.
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Grant will fund local outreach providing physical therapy services, promoting health and wellness.
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Former Tampa Bay Times award-winning journalist Craig Pittman is scheduled to be the first guest of the 2021-22 lecture series as he delivers a talk titled “The State You’re In: Florida Men, Florida Women, and other Wildlife,” Branscomb Auditorium.
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The Lawton M. Chiles Center for Florida History Florida Lecture Series returns to the campus of historic Florida Southern College for the 2021-22 academic season with a slate of six speeches set to enlighten and entertain audiences.
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Dr. Katherine Loh, assistant professor of communication, invited guest speaker Kiyomi Buker to discuss conflict from an organizational perspective for a Zoom session with students from her “Conflict and Race” course on Feb. 23.
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Convocation speaker was the first female official in the National Football League.
Read More about Sarah Thomas Speaks To FSC Students on Perseverance and Achieving Goals
Florida Southern College's student travel options offer a wide array of travel-study experiences to foreign and domestic destinations.
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Henry B. Plant, the man who helped create the modern city of Tampa as a thriving commercial center but whose life story remains largely unknown, will be the subject of the next lecture in the Florida Lecture Series at Florida Southern College.
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Florida Southern College (FSC) and Louisiana State University (LSU) have been awarded a collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to conduct groundbreaking research on how climate change could impact one of Florida’s iconic fisheries, the Florida stone crab. The stone crab fishery is a $30 million commercial industry in Florida and supports over 800 jobs.
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Research findings could inform discussions about the future of seagrass habitats.
Read More about Marine Biology Research Grant to Fund Study of Environmental Impacts on Florida Stone Crabs
Symposium lectures will be free and open to the public via Zoom.
Read More about FSC Hosting Virtual Spencer Symposium with Guest Speakers to Discuss Careers in Chemistry
Florida Southern College will receive $250,000 for the restoration of the Polk County Science Building's planetarium through a program administered by the National Park Service.
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Assistant Professor of Marine Biology, Dr. Jason Macrander, Participates as Research Collaborator and Co-Writer at Florida Southern.
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Importance of The American Chemical Society-approved chemistry degree for the highest level of academic and career-oriented instruction.
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Florida Southern College has received a $250,000 grant from the Truist Foundation to launch a new Cybersecurity Innovation and Entrepreneurship program. This gift will create an innovative program to address the nation’s urgent need for well-educated cybersecurity experts with the entrepreneurial acumen to help shrink the skills gap in cyber careers while creating an ecosystem for entrepreneurism.
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Dr. Jason Lewis has been a cybercrime investigator and has developed college-level cybersecurity programs.
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Florida Southern marked a major expansion of its computer science program with construction work underway for the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Computer Sciences Center, which will provide a state-of-the-art computing environment for the growing department; indeed, the fastest growing major on campus.
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