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News - 12/10/2014

Florida Southern College will hold its Winter Commencement exercises on Saturday, December 13

Florida Southern College will hold its Winter Commencement exercises on Saturday, December 13, at 10:30 a.m. in the Branscomb Auditorium. Of the approximately 163 degrees to be awarded, 44 will be graduate degrees in business, education, and nursing. Kevin M. Hyman, the execu...


News - 12/4/2014

Music Conductor Omelchenko an Inspiring Addition to FSC's Finest Professors

What is the coolest thing you can think of doing with your professor? Can you imagine an orchestra conductor who promises to accompany you in a breakdancing session upon the completion of a grand concert performance?Well, whether you can imagine it or not, Dr. Kira Omelchenko ...


News - 12/3/2014

Disney Executive Relates Lessons on Life, Career

Walt Disney executive Meg Crofton gave FSC students, faculty and staff an intimate view of her life and career during a special talk in Branscomb Auditorium on Dec. 2. Entitled “One Leader’s Journey,” Crofton spoke for more than an hour, accompanied by a mul...


News - 11/25/2014

Retired Generals Focus on Climate Change, Security

Global instability caused by drought. Rising sea levels, threatening naval bases. The logistical problems caused by transporting water and food. These are just some of the problems facing the U.S. military because of climate change, according to two distinguished retired Army...


News - 11/24/2014

Florida Southern College’s nationally renowned Christmas Gala holiday concert will be broadcast on WEDU-TV

Florida Southern College’s nationally renowned Christmas Gala holiday concert will be broadcast on WEDU-TV on December 25th at 9:30 p.m. The Christmas Gala will be presented live in the Branscomb Auditorium on Saturday, December 6, at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m., and filmed for t...


News - 11/19/2014

Triumphing Over Dyslexia

It seems simple: learning letter sounds. But, for children at The Roberts Academy, nothing about reading has ever been easy. Dyslexia, a neurological disorder that causes the brain to process and interpret information differently than that of a nondyslexic brain, is the most c...


News - 11/18/2014

MBA Team Places Second in Case Competition

Eight teams of MBA students from seven regional colleges and universities gathered at Florida Southern November 7 and 8 for the 2014 Business Strategy MBA Case Competition, hosted by FSC’s Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise. Florida Southern’s te...


News - 11/17/2014

What a Feeling: Wynee Warden Dance Studio Dedicated

With relevés, jetés, and flying feet, the College dedicated the spectacular home of its new dance program on Nov. 6, further expanding FSC’s reach in the fine arts. The Wynee Warden Dance Studio was formally opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that included hundreds of...


News - 11/13/2014

Poet Nance Van Winckel will be the next visitor in Florida Southern’s Author Series.

On Nov. 13, poet Nance Van Winckel will be the next visitor in Florida Southern’s Author Series. Van Winckel, a decorated poet and fiction writer with “almost as many books as fingers” will share selected poems and also meet informally with students at 4:30 p...


News - 11/10/2014

Forum At Florida Southern To Address Climate Change And National Security

Florida Southern College will be the host site on Nov. 19 for a forum about a pressing security issue facing the U.S. military – climate change. Two accomplished and highly decorated retired U.S. Army lieutenant generals will lead the discussion. The forum, “C...