Department of Social Sciences Newsletter

Monthly Newsletter

The Department of Social Sciences produces a monthly newsletter each month with information about the work of our students, faculty, staff and alumni within the FGCU community and beyond.

Current Issue:
April 2022
This issue includes a farewell to graduating seniors and highlights from the Social Sciences Research Symposium and the Celebration of Excellence Awards

Past Issues: 
March, 2022
This issue includes tips for completing service-learning hours, a spotlight on history major Corey Hendricks, and a recommended book for Women's History Month.

February, 2022
This issue includes recent faculty scholarship and community engagement, a spotlight on history major Katey Ryan’s digital history project “25 Years at FGCU,” and a recommended book for Black History month.  It also features highlights from all the Social Sciences events at FGCU Day.

January, 2022
This issue includes tips for students on how to navigate new classes at the start of the semester.   It also features Dr. Max Stein who is both an alumnus of the Anthropology program and now an Assistant Professor.  

December, 2021
This issue includes tips and tricks for Social Sciences students on acing final exams and papers.  It also includes a spotlight on Anthropology major, Autumn Albright, and her internship with the Naples Zoo.  

November, 2021
This inaugural issue includes insights from a current student and alumna on what it means to be a Social Sciences major.  It also highlights History graduate student, Ariel Morrison Creduer’s thesis project and award from the North American Conference on British Studies for best original research from an M.A. student.