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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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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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.
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Florida Southern College students have elected their Student Government Association (SGA) Executive Board for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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Morgan McDermott ’22 is proud to join the ranks of Florida Southern College scholars who achieved the prestigious honor of receiving a Fulbright Scholarship.
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Lexi Potter ’22 has been awarded a Fulbright open study/research grant to Greece. She will be completing a one-year Master’s program in southeast European studies at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She will be heading there next year.
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Things will be picking up at Lake Hollingsworth on April 22nd as Florida Southern College students will be cleaning the area for Earth Day. Celebrated every April 22, Earth Day was first held in 1970. The mission of Earth Day is to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
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Florida Southern College students travelled to Hilton Head, S.C., to present their research at the Southeastern Psychological Association’s 68th Annual Meeting.
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Each year, Florida Southern’s senior graphic design students are challenged to create a fictitious company. They are then responsible for creating its print and digital materials, products, and storefront displays as part of their theses. These final projects allow them to apply their learning to a “real world” project. The exhibition puts FSC students’ experiential education on display before their graduation in May.
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Mariia Rezhylo ’23 felt the weight of loneliness and helplessness when she learned Russia invaded her home country of Ukraine on February 24.
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Brooke Lierman ’24 won $10,000 at the TD Bank Business Plan Competition for her invention of OverTheShoulder. The competition took place in the auditorium at the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Computer Sciences Center the afternoon of March 23.
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Student Government Association is hosting a donation and supply drive for the Ukraine March 23 through April 7. The supplies will be shipped the week of April 11.
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Two seniors shared their findings from their engaged learning experiences in the Crab Lab at Florida Southern College at the Bay Area Scientific Information Symposium hosted by the Tampa Bay Estuary Program. Abby Smith ’22 and Morgan Jarrett ’22 evaluated their research with scientists, resource managers, and environmental educators who work with the National Estuary Program.
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Zampese, a graphic design student at Florida Southern College, designed a mural as part of a wall art competition put on by the Barney Barnett Center of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. Justin Heacock, director of the center and facilitator of the competition, knew at first look Zampese’s piece would make an impact.
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Three Florida Southern College MBA students placed third nationwide in FSC’s annual MBA Case Competition. For the eighth consecutive year, Florida Southern sponsored the FSC MBA Case Competition, which ran from Sept. 29-Nov. 6. Each year, the case competition draws together MBA students from across the nation to compete in developing an innovative strategy campaign designed by the competition’s corporate partner.
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If you want to walk the Moc walk, you have to talk the Moc talk. Here at FSC, our campus has its own unique language and lingo that students and staff alike are familiar with. Get a jumpstart with this list of phrases that are commonplace on campus.
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Service project helps feed local students who are homeless and food insecure.
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Marie Canfield '21 shares five lessons she learned during her 10 day Junior Journey trip to Spain.
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Mady Lauderman '21 shares her awesome Junior Journey experiences on the the North and South islands in New Zealand.
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Sara Ramick '20 recounts the highlights of her Junior Journey to Switzerland and Italy, touring integral organizations.
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Gianny Rexach '20 talks about how getting an internship helped define her career path, after helping with immigration law at Espinosa Law.
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Rachael Buckel '21 shares her summer internship and "real life" experience with W.S. Badcock Corporation in Mulberry, Florida.
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Pauline '20 have traveled to many countries in Europe but never to the mainland of Spain and now she can't wait to share her impression of Spain and what she has learned in this beautiful country. #travelabroad #flosovoices
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Follow Emily Carbo '20 as she shares her experience with Russian arts, food, culture, and more. #travelabroad #flosovoices
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Explore Jane Austen's England with McKenzie Bengry '20. #travelabroad #flosovoices
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Mckayla Petrie '21 got an amazing opportunity to spend a week on the Bahamas working on parasitic snail research, snorkeling at barrier reefs, and enjoying the beautiful sights. #flosovoices #travelabroad
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Annabel Leonova '20 is sharing the best aspects of interning at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitors Center. #flosovoices
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Jessie '20 shares his awesome Costa Rica Junior Journey trip details and why you absolutely should visit Costa Rica.
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Cassidy Jones '20 shares her experience traveling to Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, Canada for corporate visits to places like Microsoft and CBC. #flosovoices #travelabroad
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Join Regan Williams '20 as she got to spend one semester studying abroad in Regent’s University, London and travel all over Europe. #travelabroad #flosovoices
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