Did you know...Economics majors are encouraged to join the College's award-winning business organization, Phi Beta Lambda.
Lucinda Coulter-Burbach joined the Seminole State full time faculty in 1968 after teaching 5 years in Orange County, and two semesters in Korea for a Christian School and Seoul National University.
At Seminole State, she led the Honors Program for three years and coached the Brain Bowl team for 12 years. One Brain Bowl team won the State and southeastern competitions. She also sponsored a newspaper for four years. She was a finalist in the Florida Association of Community College's Little Red School House Teaching Award. Recently she served on the Seminole State College Foundation Board.
Ms Coulter-Burbach is widely traveled having visited and studied in more than 35 countries. She believes that international markets will have an increasing impact on the American Economy in the years ahead.
She received her BS in Journalism from the University of Tennessee, an MA in Social Science from Syracuse University and has an additional year of graduate work in economics and education.
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