Just Announced: 4th Annual Hall of Fame Week Events

Industry Panels from Last Month's Hall of Fame Celebration [Video]

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We’re proud to announce the 4th Annual Hall of Fame celebration, scheduled to take place February 13-16 on Full Sail University’s campus. Dozens of events will be happening on campus during the week, including an induction ceremony, special guest seminars and panel discussions, and musical events. Hall of Fame week is sponsored by Sony Electronics’ Professional Solutions of America, with additional sponsors at this time including Adobe, CDW, ESPN, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, and WWE.

The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place on Friday, February 15 from 1-4pm, underneath the Full Sail Studios archway, outside of Full Sail Live. The induction ceremony is when we’ll welcome six new graduates (Marcella “Ms. Lago” Araica, Dylan “3-D” Dresdow, Chance Glasco, Joey Morelli, Susan Rose, and Jeremy Vickery) into the Full Sail Hall of Fame, joining 18 other exceptional graduates from the past three years. All staff, students, and alumni are welcome to attend the ceremony, and it will also be available for online viewing for all students.

The night prior to the induction ceremony will feature a live concert from Vanguard Records recording artist Marc Broussard that will be open to all staff and students, as well as the general public.

Hall of Fame Week will be packed with dozens of specially-scheduled, curriculum-related events developed by the Education team for students to attend in lieu of classes: Guest lectures and panel discussions will take place featuring all of the new Hall of Fame inductees as well as nine previous inductees, and there will be a variety of seminars featuring guests such as Google’s Cherie Hannouche, legendary engineer/producer Bruce Swedien, Academy Award winner Ed Jones, and more.

Students are invited to attend all events on a first-come, first-served basis, and many of the events will be made available via streaming for our online students. (Students should stay tuned to Connect for more details on the events they’ll be attending as well as details on which events will be streamed live.)

We’ll have event details up on the blog soon, as well as on the mobile-optimized halloffame.fullsail.edu site; in the meantime you can follow @fullsail on Twitter to join the #FullSailHOF conversation.

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