Fall 2018 Communicator takes readers to Oxford, Paris and Carnegie Hall

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Check out The Communicator for the latest news in the School of Arts & Communication (SAC), including plans new Dean Lisa Steelman, Ph.D., has for the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts.

“We’re in really good shape in our college,” she says. “We have wonderful faculty and great programs. We have all of the building blocks that we need to continue to build on our foundation.”

Also, did you know SAC piano instructor Mariana Garciagodoy Cervantes conducted her first concert at Carnegie Hall in November? She talks about the experience is this issue.

Robert Taylor, Ph.D., head of SAC, fresh from trips to Paris and Oxford, England, urges us to take the path less traveled by seeking out study abroad opportunities “whenever and wherever you can.”

Then, read about the new film and literature series that has everybody talking. Rolled out by the humanities program in October, the “Reel Reads” series promises lively discussions this spring on film treatments of your favorite books, from The Shining to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

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Rolanda Hatcher-Gallop is a communication instructor in the School of Arts and Communication at Florida Tech. She also edits The Communicator, the bi-annual official newsletter of Florida Tech's School of Arts and Communication

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