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MBA Student’s Business Plan Could Make an Impact in Healthcare Industry

When Marissa Mengelkoch ’21 learned that 88 percent of human trafficking survivors were seen by a healthcare provider while being exploited, she developed a business plan to improve health outcomes for victims.

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Awards Become Secondary for FSC Nursing Alumna

Natalie Barton ’19, a registered nurse in the Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Duke University Hospital, was honored with a Community Service Award in Memory of Dan S. Blalock Jr. on May 14. Over 6,800 nurses from across the Duke University Health System were eligible for the awards, and Natalie was one of only 37 to be honored.

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Mental Health Awareness Month: FSC’s Counseling Center

Did you know May is Mental Health Awareness month? Although Florida Southern College has an incredibly dedicated group of counselors available to support you at any time, the College is celebrating Mental Health Awareness by highlighting the resources the counseling center provides.

Southern News November 2021

Southern News

The Southern News magazine is published annually for alumni and friends of Florida Southern College. In addition to Class Notes and other alumni-related updates, the magazine presents a current-day snapshot of important campus events, academic programs and initiatives, construction projects, milestones, and prestigious honors and achievements of our students and faculty.

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