January 5, 2021
This evening, we were proud to honor eight graduates of the FSU College of Education who have made a positive impact in their respective fields:
December 18, 2020
Higher Education M.S. '02
The FSU Alumni Association recognizes the outstanding achievements of alumni across campus. Each year, they induct new members into the Circle of Gold, a prestigious group of individuals who uphold the university traditions through their service and noteworthy achievements. This year, three alumni of the College of Education were welcomed into the Circle of Gold: Freddie Groomes-McLendon (counseling psychology Ph.D. '72), Christopher Iansiti (finance B.S. '92, instructional systems and learning technologies M.S. '94) and Bill Montford (math education B.S. '69, educational leadership M.S.
November 22, 2020
Elementary Education B.S. '96, Visual Disabilities M.S. '10
October 16, 2020
Angela "AJ" Grube
Sport Management '98
Angela "AJ" Grube was named the new dean of the College of Business at Western Carolina University. Previously, Grube served a number of roles inside the College, including acting dean and interim associate dean, as well as professor of sport management.
October 16, 2020
September 18, 2020
Margaret K. Lewis, a pioneer in the field of special education and alumna of the FSU College of Education, passed away on Feb. 22 at the age of 100.
It is an easy assumption to make that graduates from a college of education go on to be educators. However, our alumni from the Florida State College of Education enter the workforce in a variety of ways, equipped with the skills and passion gained during their time here.
Fannie Mae Duncan / Photo courtesy of TheGazette.com