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Florida Gulf Coast University
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Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Fla. will redesign Understanding the Visual and Performing Arts, a required course in its general education program. The current course is taught primarily in face-to-face sections of 30 students each (plus two
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Elaine Hozdik is the Director of International Services at Florida Gulf Coast University overseeing international education programs including study abroad, international students and visiting scholars, and cultural events.
She has been a university administrator for 26 years in several US schools and also lived and worked abroad.
"You have this diverse cross-section of ...
"You have this diverse cross-section of cultures," said Elaine Hozdik, FGCU director of International Services.
Director, International Services
Fulbright Scholar attempting to break down Mideastern barriers at FGCU | BonitaNews.com
The university not only had to beat out other institutions around the county for a grant to host the program, it also had to figure out how to make it work on the south Lee County campus, said Elaine Hozdik, director of FGCU International Services and Student Life."That's one of the challenges for us, just to define how we we're going to set that up here," said Hozdik, who directs the Fulbright program for the university.
...Hozdik, who was the first faculty member to travel out of the country as a Fulbright Scholar, wants to further the program at FGCU and continue to bring in scholars from all over the world.
"I'd certainly like to bring more faculty," Hozdik
said."More research folks."