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Students Feed Their Minds and Souls with the Doodle Cart

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Doodle Cart 2016

Rukovsky noodled his notion about the Doodle Cart almost three years ago. If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, he reckoned an (organic) apple and a doodle really would work gangbusters.

He designed the cart, solicited a friend’s help constructing it, outfitted it with colored pencils, markers, paper and produce, and began touring with the contraption fabricated from roughly 95 percent recycled materials found in and around Tallahassee.

Four Seasons Field Trip Helps Students Check Out High-end Hoteling

| Student News
Four Seasons-Students

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL — As they entered the hotel, it didn’t take students in Simon Vaz’s Introduction to Business class long to realize they weren’t in Kansas anymore (and booked at an Econo Lodge). Inside, marble everywhere. Chandeliers big and brilliant as starbursts. High-end flourishes. And an intoxicatingly alluring aroma that was hard to […]

Nance Debunks Depression Myths, Gives Tips in Forbes Article

| In The Media

Dr. Nicki Nance pulls the curtain back on depression in this piece on Forbes Magazine’s website. Read the article here.  

Beacon Communication Director Column Warns of Perfect Storm Brewing for Learning Disabled Workers in Florida

| In The Media

Beacon College Communication Director Darryl E. Owens warns of the coming storm in Florida regarding the marginalization of learning and/or physically disabled workers in the workforce in this column for ContextFlorida. Read all about it here.

Beacon College Appoints New Senior Administrators, Dean of Students

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Dr. Kerry Greenstein

As we have shared, the 2016-17 academic year will be one of continued growth and programmatic advancement.  Over the past three years, I believe that we have all sought to create an academic and institutional culture that is more planned, thoughtful, and deliberate.  Prior to my arrival, the Trustees framed this expectation both in Board […]


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Beacon College Appoints New Senior Administrators, Dean of Students

As we have shared, the 2016-17 academic year will be one of continued growth and programmatic advancement.  Over the past three years, I believe that we have all sought to create an academic and institutional culture that is more planned, thoughtful, and deliberate.  Prior to my arrival, the Trustees framed this expectation both in Board […]

Beacon Hires Greenstein as Student Affairs Dean

Beacon College today announced the hiring of Dr. Kerry Greenstein as the College’s new dean of student affairs. Greenstein joins the Beacon family July 1. Greenstein currently serves as associate dean of students for student advocacy at Georgia Southern University, overseeing the Alcohol and Other Drugs Office, coordinating official communication to students, and supporting the […]

Nesbitt confronts age and the maturing teacher at prestigious humanities conference

AUSTIN, TX — The late R&B singer Aaliyah scored a chart-topper with the song “Age ain’t nothing but a number,” which boasted that regardless of age “throwing down ain’t nothing but a thing.” However, does that hold true for a teacher “throwing down” scholarly lessons after he or she hits the Big 4-oh? Dr. William […]