Knowing Then
Knowing Then What She Knows Now

Long before Martha “Dotty” Faul enrolled at Hodges University, she spent nearly 20 years building a career in law enforcement at both the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office and Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office. From working road patrol as a deputy sheriff to handling criminal investigations as a detective, Faul has seen and witnessed what many can […]

Pushing Through
Pushing Through the Limitations

Famed physicist and chemist Marie Curie once said, “Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and, above all, confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained.” Hodges University student Steffanny Golding is […]

Learning to Lead at Any Level
Learning to Lead at Any Level

How One Hodges Certified Firefighter Learned to Lead Have you ever uttered the words, “There are just not enough hours in the day” when looking at your calendar? Each hour possesses a different task or obligation, and if you are lucky, a few hours are devoted to sleep. It would be easy to assume that […]

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Embracing a Passion After All These Years

Dr. Dolores “Dee” Batiato loves the classroom, and her passion is to instruct, engage and encourage her students. As professor and program chair of management at Hodges University, she understands what it takes to turn students into management professionals and tells them, “It’s not going to be easy, but it will be worth it. If it […]

4 Ways an MBA Can Help Your Career
4 Ways an MBA Can Help You Advance Your Career

Historically, the path to career advancement has involved dedication and standout performance in a single organization. An employee’s willingness and ability to tackle new challenges seemed like enough. Now, however, most industries are so competitive that candidates seemingly need to do more and more to land the promotions and other career advancement opportunities they’re eager […]

Six Techniques to be Successful at a Career Fair
Six Techniques to be Successful at a Career Fair

By Jama Thurman, Manager of Counseling and Career Services Walking into a career fair may seem like a daunting task. You may be one of many candidates competing for an employer’s attention, but you can earn an advantage over others by following these guidelines for job fair success. Wear Appropriate Attire. Dress as you would […]

A Life of Firsts
A Life of Firsts

If Edward Davis could choose one word to describe himself, it would be “driven.” From life in the military, to becoming a first-generation college graduate and continuing his educational pursuits in a master’s program, to managing his own business, Davis isn’t afraid of taking on new challenges. Growing up in Fort Myers with his brother […]

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