This Week at Full Sail: Record Producer Sylvia Massy, ‘The Deadliest Catch,’ Memorial Day Celebration, and More

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In this week’s roundup of what’s happening around Full Sail, there are opportunities to network with a legendary record producer, enjoy some free barbecue, and hear behind-the-scenes stories from a pair of editors from the reality television show ‘The Deadliest Catch.’ Check out all of the details below:


  • Record producer Sylvia Massy to speak at Full Sail University.Successful record producer Sylvia Massey (pictured left; she’s worked with Tool, Tom Petty, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers) will speak to students about her 25-plus year career in the music industry. More details.


  • Take a break from finals and month-end projects and enjoy some free refreshments in the Library during Snacks for Students. More details.
  • Career Development‘s Resume Architects will be hosting another Resume Workshop here on campus, Wednesday afternoon in Building 3. More details.
  • The monthly SCA Networking Summit returns to the Full Sail Live Venue with information on student clubs, local vendors, and more. More details.


  • Catch some live music, chow down on some free barbecue, and hang out with classmates and faculty during the Memorial Day Celebration on the Full Sail main walkway. More details.
  • Full Sail grad Andy Phelps returns to campus to talk about his career as a film editor and graphic designer as part of the Entertainment Business/Music Business programs’ Graduate Spotlight Series. More details.
  • Check out four different Game Development student groups’ game projects during May’s Structure of Game Production Game Expo. More details.
  • It’s Full Sail Night at Orlando City Soccer, and $25 tickets are available at a discounted rate of only $8. More details.


  • Josh Earl and Bob Bronow, crew members from the Emmy award-winning show The Deadliest Catch will lead an Avid Lecture Series on campus. More details.Crew members from The Deadliest Catch to visit Full Sail University.