Florida State University College of Communications & Information
Bringing Tech Into Communities and Schools for the Workforce Pipeline
Thursday, October 3rd at 10:00 AM in Emerald Coast
Ebe Randeree’s background spans the fields of technology, healthcare, leadership and higher education. His specific interests are in outreach and creating pipelines from k-12 to higher education to industry. As part of a National Science Foundation project started in 2005, he has focused his service role on recruiting more women and minorities to the STEM fields. He is the Associate Dean of Finance & Administration at the College of Communication & Information at Florida State University where he teaches courses in leadership, career prep, health informatics, and technology. He focuses his efforts on community outreach, employer partnerships, and supporting k-12 programs. Ebe has a master’s degree in computer science from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Buffalo. He started at Florida State University in 2006.