By Mary Wymer For the second consecutive year, Beacon College’s television show “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity” was saluted for excellence with multiple prizes in The Telly Awards. “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity,” the television show produced by Beacon College and broadcast via PBS, was recognized with two prestigious Bronze Awards. The Telly […]
The Beacon Office of College Communications in August continued its run of racking up industry awards by winning three accolades in two public relations contests. Beacon President George J. Hagerty and communications director Darryl E. Owens took home an Award of Distinction from the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) during its 82nd Annual Conference at […]
Beacon College sophomore Ryan Stauffer promoted the Beacon College experience during his September star turn on “Power Talks with Dr. Joel Hunter” on Good Life 45, a Christian broadcast outlet.
Beacon College psychotherapist and assistant professor Dr. Nance explores the ABCs of parenting shaming in this piece for Fatherly. Read it here.
Beacon College psychologist and assistant professor Dr. Marsden evaluates college depression and anxiety in this Goodhousekeeping.com piece. Read it here.
Beacon College fitness director Steven McDaniels explains how often you need to slip on your Nikes and hit the road to drop those pounds camouflaging your six-pack in this Colleen Travers’ POPSUGAR article, “How Often Should I Run To Lose Belly Fat.”
Matt Peddie, assistant news director at Orlando’s NPR affiliate 90.7 WMFE and host of WMFE’s “Intersection” program, interviewed Beacon College’s director of corporate and academic outreach Esteban Lopez and career development instructor Jeremy Neilson about the college’s efforts to boost neurodiversity in the workplace and expand career options for collegians here and abroad who learn […]
In a recent report, the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks American hate groups — found the number of hate groups active nationally rose by four percent in 2017, up to 954 from 917 in 2016. Dr. A.J. Marsden unravels the crazy quilt of hatred in a new book, Exposing Hate: Prejudice, Hatred, and Violence in Action, in which the author Michael Miller cites the Beacon College psychologist.
Beacon College English professor and music critic Dr. William Nesbitt pays homage to the ailing Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in his column for The Orlando Sentinel. Read it here.