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Artist in residence explores crossroads of art and science
A new residency program in the Bower School of Music and the Arts reflects FGCU’s commitment to interdisciplinary learning and to growth in FGCU’s Art Department and Art Galleries. Tampa sculptor Joe Griffith was selected to be the first resident artist in the program, and his work will be exhibited Jan. 15-Feb. 12 in the ArtLab.
Students have a ball with latest craze sweeping the nation
“Be one with the ball.” You could imagine a soccer coach saying that to nervous players about to shoot penalty kicks to break a tied match. But literally, that’s the idea behind bubble soccer, the latest recreational sport catching on at college campuses across the nation.
Music professor beats the drum for U2
FGCU’s Christopher Endrinal may be more qualified than most critics to review the latest U2 album. He is an assistant professor in the Bower School of Music & the Arts who specializes in music theory.
Nominate a colleague for Outstanding Staff Awards
The Outstanding Staff Awards program honors one Administrative & Professional (A&P) and one Support Personnel (SP) employee annually who have contributed outstanding and meritorious service to their department, the University and the community.
Focus groups to steer HR improvements
Human Resources has scheduled a series of focus groups to engage faculty and staff in enhancing and improving the hiring process, employee benefits communication and education, new employee orientation and the HR website design.
Egan Observatory holds open house
Presented by FGCU Department of Chemistry and Physics, Eagle Space Society, and Astrophysics Club. Monday, November 17, 7-10 p.m. at the Whitaker Center Plaza and Egan Observatory.
FGCU readies for population explosion
Florida Gulf Coast University is putting the final touches on a nearly thirty-million dollar project. Eagle Hall has been in the works for about two years, adding 526 beds to the busy campus. A must, because of the university’s population explosion.
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