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Among those graduates receiving their bachelors’ degrees at Florida Southern College’s commencement ceremony on May 6 will be the recipient of an internationally renowned Fulbright award, an ambitious young woman intent on making a positive difference in her year abroad.
Her Majesty Queen Noor Al-Hussein of Jordan, honored around the world as a philanthropist, human rights activist, and public servant, will be the guest speaker at The Roberts Academy’s fourth annual Mother’s Day Luncheon.
The 2016-2017 season of the Festival of Fine Arts at Florida Southern College concludes with a flourish next week with a concert by the FSC Symphony Orchestra.
The annual Biblical Symposium at Florida Southern College will focus on the current topic of inclusion and immigration, with three guest speakers bringing scholarly and practical perspectives to the subject.
A brilliant young art scholar and the author of an innovative book about the nature of creativity will be the third and final speaker in the spring 2017 Child of the Sun Distinguished Speakers Series at Florida Southern College.
Florida Southern College has been registered as a United Methodist Historic Site and will be formally recognized with a dedication ceremony on March 31.
An exhibition of works by pioneering photographer Jerry Uelsmann will be on display for one weekend only at Florida Southern College next week.
A transformational leader in Florida’s citrus industry will be the recipient of the 2016-2017 Prize for Economic Freedom from the Center for Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College.
A public relations executive with Universal Orlando will be a guest speaker at the Department of Communication at Florida Southern College.
Dr. Douglas Brinkley, one of America’s most eminent historians, will make a return visit to Florida Southern College as part of the Florida Lecture Series to talk about the environmental legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Darius Milhaud’s La Création du Monde, a groundbreaking work that bridged jazz and classical music, will be the centerpiece of a concert by faculty members and guest artists at Florida Southern College next week.