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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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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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.
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When Florida Southern College student-athletes return to take the floor at Jenkins Field House this fall they’ll have new ground to stand on. As part of a renovation, the playing surface in George Jenkins Field House is being replaced, giving the student-athletes a brand-new court to pursue their athletic endeavors upon.
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Florida Southern College continues to earn acclaim from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), with five current students and alumni earning Fulbright Scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year.
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For the 138th consecutive year, Florida Southern College hosted Commencement exercises this past weekend, with 459 students earning their undergraduate degrees, 35 earning master’s degrees, and three earning doctoral degrees.
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On April 29, Florida Southern College announced that it relaunched the Junior Journey program for eligible juniors and seniors for this summer.
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As Florida Southern College’s Executive Director of Student Success, Taylor Shook has the students’ best interests at heart. Sports Communications and Marketing major Grant Salese ’25 took a class called Writing About Fairy Tales with her. When she saw that he was having a tough time, she took the time to offer support. That experience had a profound impact on Grant.
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As commencement nears for Florida Southern College students, those in the College’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) are also anticipating the Commissioning Ceremony set for 10 a.m. on Friday in Branscomb Auditorium. The ceremony will be presided over by Lt. Col. John Denney, the head of the Moccasin Battalion cadre.
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Business Administration major Katelynn Caruthers ‘22 had no problem identifying a teacher who has had an impact on her at FSC.
“My favorite professor I have had during my time at Florida Southern College has been Dr. Rich,” said Katelynn. “Dr. Rich has been my favorite professor since I took my first Western Art History class with him my freshman year.”
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Florida Southern College will host its Spring 2022 Commencement exercise starting at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, 2022, at a ceremony held at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland. Doors will open at noon. This is the 138th Commencement exercise for the College.
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Lucas Clemens ’24, who is double majoring in Chemistry and Biology, while minoring in Physics and Mathematics, named Dr. Shameka Shelby as his favorite teacher. Dr. Shelby wears two academic hats when it comes to Lucas; she is his teacher and academic advisor.
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Florida Southern College pre-law students recently had the opportunity to participate in “Law Week.” For three days, groups of alumni, lawyers, and judges met in panels and workshops to inform and engage with students interested in working in the legal community.
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Grace, a Religion major, minoring in both English and Ethics, will be heading to Taiwan thanks to a Fulbright Scholarship. One of the main things she is looking forward to is enjoying Taiwanese cuisine.
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A blend of challenge and humor has put Florida Southern College Assistant Professor of Computer Science Dr. Jonathan Cazalas at the top of one of his student’s list.
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Florida Southern College has reinstated its popular Junior Journey program, effective immediately. The global travel program had been suspended during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
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Around this time last year, Andrew Roman ’21 was planning his graduation celebration from Florida Southern College, while also beginning work toward his Master’s in Business Administration. This year, Andrew is risking his life to help Ukrainian citizens as their months-long war with Russia continues.
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Catherine, a Florida Southern College double-major in History and Political Science, with a minor in Pre-Law, did not let being selected as an alternate in 2021 stop her from putting in the work to become a Fulbright Scholar in 2022.
Read More about Fulbright Scholar Recipient Had Plenty of Support