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Pilot House residents learn life lessons
The nuances of conflict resolution, living within a budget and by the rules aren’t lost on the 18 students living in the Gresham-Kite Pilot Scholarship House at FGCU’s North Lake Village. It’s their way of life.
National Conference on Autism is April 11 at FGCU
Families, educators and healthcare workers will gather Saturday, April 11 at Florida Gulf Coast University for Promising Pathways, the eighth annual National Conference on Autism.
Pitching ace Sale’s jersey retired
Former FGCU Baseball standout and current Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale became the first former student-athlete in the history of FGCU Athletics to have his jersey retired when his No. 41 was recognized during a ceremony at the FGCU men's basketball game versus Northern Kentucky on Jan. 31 in Alico Arena.
What aliens are trying to tell us
Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. And sometimes fiction reveals strange truths about life. That Eric Otto became a college professor falls under the first category; his recent book, “Green Speculations: Science Fiction and Transformative Environmentalism” (Ohio State University Press), the second.
Professor’s passion for Earth resonates in new book
As one of five children with a botanist father and stay-at-home mother, James Wohlpart spent a lot of his youth outdoors. “We’d leave before breakfast and not come back till dinner,” says Wohlpart, dean of Undergraduate Studies and English professor who still enjoys walking the Earth.
FGCU takes part in Sustainability Summit
Several members of FGCU’s faculty and administration will share their expertise in panel discussions at the inaugural Southwest Florida Sustainability Summit on Thursday, April 30 in Fort Myers.
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