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Hardee Fellows are graduate students who achieve a 3.8 overall GPA and have completed 18 credit hours at Florida State University. Hardee Fellows are named each fall at the Hardee Induction Ceremony and honored at the commencement ceremony in the spring. Fellows are eligible for Hardee Center travel and research grants where funding allows.
Hardee Supervisors/Mentors are individuals who supervise higher education graduate students in assistantships and who agree to mentor the students in their professional development. A Supervisor/Mentor is encouraged to participate with his/her student in Hardee Center activities and is encouraged to build a strong professional and mentoring relationships with students.
2013-2014 Hardee Fellows
Eddie Higginbotham, IV
2013 Hardee Fellow Reception
The 2013 Hardee Fellow Induction Ceremony will be held in conjunction with the Hardee Centennial Celebration and will take place on Friday, October 25th at NOON in the College of Medicine Auditorium.