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New VPAA Reilly

March 6, 2024

Incoming Beacon College vice president for academic affairs Dr. Kevin Reilly understands that to avoid disrupting a good thing, it’s going to take a lot of input from the people who are already on the ground.


Strozzo Photoshops Learning into Teaching Students on the Other Side of the World

February 6, 2024

During the winter holiday season, Beacon College's Brittany Strozzo served as a teacher for Project Discovery in the United Arab Emirates.


Love of Books Unites Beacon Couple in a Chapter of Romance

February 1, 2024

Beacon College has a handful of married couples working on campus, but to celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’re profiling one couple’s extraordinary international tale.


Technology Professor Fleming Stands the Test of Time and Teaching

February 8, 2023

By Gabrielle Russon When Hurricane Frances peeled off the roof of Beacon College’s education building, there was the professor himself, Dr.

Alumni News

Beacon Alum and Professor Share Tragedy and Triumph in New Musical

January 10, 2023

By Richard Burnett A decade ago, Remy Partlow’s family in Alaska was in crisis.


Bellamy’s Statutes Stand Out in Recent Exhibit Meant to Reduce Art Buyer’s ‘Visual Tension’

December 1, 2021

Orlando interior designer José J. Cabrera helped support regional artists by mounting and sponsoring Visual Tension: Artspace 2021, an exhibition staged in November at Mills Gallery in Orlando.


Anthrozoology Department Wins Grant To Help Save Kingly Monarch Butterflies

October 5, 2021

Beacon College’s anthrozoology department won a grant in September to construct a small refuge to help the monarch butterfly which faces extinction in part because of habitat loss and climate change.


Beacon Writing Expert Puts his Art on the “Block”

April 26, 2021

Beacon College writing consultant and artist Dr. Ray Nault celebrated having two woodblock prints accepted into the 38th International Yoshida Hanga Academy exhibition, staged from March 27 through April 11 in Tokyo.


Anthrozoology Students Erect First Colony for Purple Martins

February 25, 2021

In February, Beacon College’s Anthrozoology department — perhaps channeling Motel 6 — left the light on for North America’s largest migratory swallows.


Beacon Art Professor Explores City-Country Junction in New Exhibition

November 3, 2020

Beacon College studio arts chair Russell Bellamy explores the intersection of urban and bucolic life in his new exhibition at the Webber Gallery at the College of Central Florida.


Nesbitt Enlarges Story of B-Movie King Corman in New Book

September 25, 2020

Like the titular characters from his classic horror flick “Humanoids from the Deep,” the Hollywood tales about the man behind it and scores of other B-movie gems keep on coming.


Beacon Educator Gives Back to Alma Mater and Education through Mentoring

September 24, 2020

Beacon College humanities instructor and University of Central Florida alumnus Rosemarie DeJarnett is returning (virtually) to her alma mater for a yearlong mentorship to share hard-won wisdom about educational best practices with aspiring educators.