Technology



4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism
By Brittany O’Neill, assistant librarian in the Terry P. McMahan Library Now that the fall semester is underway, you may have big papers or projects on the horizon. You know that plagiarism violates Hodges University’s Academic Honesty Policy and can have serious consequences, but maybe you are not sure about […]

Proceeding with Caution: 4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism




Jordan Swanson
Jordan Swanson loves his job. As the technology support specialist at Harns Marsh Middle School in Lehigh Acres, Florida, he is solely responsible for 600 Windows-based computer operating systems, 150 printers and 1300 chrome books, all of which are used by more than 100 faculty and staff, and an estimated […]

Hodges Opened Doors of Opportunity for Jordan Swanson


David Tipayaosoth
Name: Kasidit Tipayaosoth (David) Program of Study: Cybersecurity and Forensics Semester of anticipated graduation: Summer 2017 Career goal: After I obtain my bachelor’s degree, I would like to go on and earn a master’s degree. Then we shall see where life takes me. Tell us a little about yourself and […]

April 2016 Student of the Month: Kasidit Tipayaosoth (David)


Professor Lanham
In a field dominated by men, Hodges University Professor Tracey Lanham is working to break down barriers and inspire a new generation of young women to make a difference in the world of technology. Earning her associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer information technology (CIT) at Hodges, Lanham was […]

Bridging the Technology Gender Gap One Girl at a Time



Job Search
By Jama Thurman, career services manager at Hodges University. The Office of Career Services would like to help you organize your job search. Searching for jobs can be overwhelming and stressful at times. One way to minimize stress is to develop a tracking system that works for you. There are […]

How to Organize Your Job Search