For most people, the name Johnson & Johnson conjures up shampoo that won’t make babies cry or Band-Aids to dress a boo-boo on a skinned knee. Pardon Rosealyn Downey if she now thinks of an American multinational corporation with more than 132,000 employees worldwide, a fixture on Fortune magazine’s list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies,” and a health and wellness juggernaut that rakes in $82 billion in annual revenue. That’s because Downey has enjoyed a taste of the corporate world this summer thanks to an internship at the health and wellness juggernaut thanks to help from the Boven Career Development Center.
Having educated students in Florida for over three decades, Beacon is well-versed in the changes in the seasons and, as you know quite well, we are adept at monitoring and planning for any impact potential storms could have on our community. As part of our normal procedure, our Critical Response Team has been closely monitoring the development and path of Tropical Storm Isaias in the Caribbean. The latest information from the National Weather Service (NWS) and emergency management personnel indicate that this storm will produce only heavy rain and wind in our region — and may even bypass us.
Alexander Morris-Wood engages with Summer for Success students. For three weeks each summer, the Beacon College campus buzzes with energy, excitement, and youthful sounds as high schoolers who learn differently participating in the college’s Summer for Success program discover what it takes to be a successful collegian in and out of the classroom. Students in […]
Several Beacon College faculty members and administrators participated last month in the Postsecondary Day strand of the National Science Teacher’s Association’s STEM 20 virtual event. The Postsecondary Day strand on July 30, featured sessions, panels, and presentations focused on the latest developments and insights on enhancing STEM education.
For Dr. Brian Ogle, summer break didn’t mean a break from blinding us with science. Ogle — chair of the Beacon College humanities department and one of the nation’s leading anthrozoologists — assembled a crack quartet of student researchers to help enhance zoological animal management by studying stingray behavior.
Margaret Happe, former general manager of Beacon College Dining Services, retired from Sodexo Universities June 30. For three years, she oversaw food service at The Chopping Block and the Navigator Café. “Margaret has been an indispensable and integral part of our company for 26 years and her thoughtful leadership and commitment to excellence will be […]
Heather Wohlfeil, a former learning specialist at Beacon College, passed away suddenly in June. Wohlfeil, a licensed speech therapist, served as a learning specialist during the 2018-19 academic year. She is fondly remembered for bringing to campus a “functional art bike” aptly named the “Beacon Bike.”
Three Beacon College administrators this month moved into new positions.
Beacon College graduates are commanding bigger paychecks and moving up into higher income brackets, according to a new report released in June by the college’s Boven Career Development Center. The Class of 2019 Employment Survey, the latest annual assessment of graduate employment success, found for the first time that most Beacon graduates (56.3 percent) reported […]