Monthly Archives: December 2016


Tom Pear at the finish line of a triathlon.
A journalist, professor, athlete and part-time panther, Thomas Pear, who is an assistant professor of digital media and communication at Hodges University, wears many hats. He also has a keen ability to encourage and inspire students, not only as a professor, but also as a mentor. Long before he decided […]

A Man of Many Talents


VSC Director and Student
As a veteran returning from service, the transition can be difficult. The uncertainty of what lies ahead, as well as what options are available can be daunting. For veterans returning to school, not only do they face the same uncertainties, but they are also stepping into a far different role […]

Hodges’ Veterans Services Center Helps to Ease the Difficulties of ...


12 Tips to help you study for Finals.
The semester is winding down and you are almost finished! The only thing standing in your way of an academic break is…Finals.  These tests signify two things: 1) the end of another semester, which puts you one step closer to graduation, and 2) the culmination of everything learned in your […]

12 Test-Taking Tips to Prepare for Your Finals



Clinical Mental Health Counseling
By the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Faculty at Hodges University You have earned your clinical mental health counseling degree and you are ready to begin working and assisting those who need help, but where do you start? Do you know what options are available to you? As a clinical mental […]

7 Career Fields for a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Graduate


Zaklina Stojkoski and Hodges University President Dr. Wortham
Zaklina Stojkoski knows how to take initiative and lead the charge. Considering herself an independent woman, she is not easily discouraged. Instead, she focuses on the positive and possibilities, both of which she uses as motivation for herself and others at Hodges University. Born in New Jersey, she and her […]

A Born Leader