Class of 2006 alumna promotes elementary education through a village school in Uganda.
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Bonita Springs native, Kimberly Couch ‘16 graduated from FSC with a degree in biology and minors in chemistry and business administration. This hardworking alum had her sights set on accomplishing her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian.
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Men’s golf all-American John VanDerLaan and women’s lacrosse all-American Meghan O’Brien were named as outstanding male and female student-athletes for the 2017-2018 academic year.
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How is a melting chocolate bunny related to a young elephant’s efforts to improve his father’s bad mood?
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A native of Winter Park, Guy D. Colado ’66 has had a long and distinguished career as an executive in the banking industry, and he has served his community and his nation with honor.
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Trustee Susan Ezell Roberts ’66 is highly regarded as a successful entrepreneur, committed volunteer, and a woman of great faith. She exemplifies integrity and the utmost allegiance to value-based leadership in her professional role as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Capital Formation Counselors, Inc.
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Trustee R. Howard Wiggs ’86, a native of Mulberry, has carried forward the virtues of hard work, service to community, and faith in God that he learned growing up in Polk County.
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Dr. John Rodda, who served Florida Southern College as a trustee and
supporter of athletics — but most of all as a builder of its modern campus — died April 30, 2018, of complications from a long illness.
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The No. 24 jersey worn by former Florida Southern baseball standout Matt Joyce was formally retired January 24, during a halftime ceremony at a Moccasin men’s basketball game at Jenkins Field House.
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Carolyn Roberts ’69 has devoted much of her life to public service, and developed her deep passion for education as a student at Florida Southern College.
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When E.J. Salcines ’59 became a lawyer in Tampa in 1963, he and other
young legal professionals “with brand-new, shiny briefcases” would
mingle with more experienced judges and lawyers in the lobby of the
Hillsborough County Courthouse.
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From his time as a student at Florida Southern, to acting in major theater productions, to teaching, to owning a healing practice, Neal Bogosian ’92 has had a colorful and versatile career.
Read More about Neal Bogosian's Latest Book Helps Children Deal With Death
It came as a great surprise to alumnus Ed Corvi when he learned his pattern of annual giving to Florida Southern is one for the record books.
Read More about Mapping The Future - Ed Corvi '72: A Fascinating Technology Career Comes Full-Circle At FSC
In January, the 2018 Spencer Symposium welcomed Florida Southern
alumna Dr. Jennifer Bruno Irick to present a talk on the importance of
fundamental science in her chosen field of emergency medicine.
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Meet alum Yuichi Sasaki '11, who proves that you can achieve anything through hard work and dedication.
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Science and the arts generally are regarded as opposite pursuits, but Dr. Jeff Grove ’86 has a foot in both worlds.
Read More about Producing Results: As a Doctor and on the New York Stage
Maida Pou’s faith, love of her family, devotion
to friends and her church were inspirational.
Read More about Trustee Maida B. Pou: Much-Loved Friend of FSC brought smiles to all
Nate Carson knows all the stereotypes about video gamers, and can rattle them off without taking a breath: bad eating habits; poor posture; an aversion to exercise; a preference for sitting alone in a darkened room; and avoiding human contact by playing video games nonstop.
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