Our senior Electrical and Computer Engineering students will present their final projects 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, July 8, in the Holley Lecture Hall.
Projects include the completion of the “Bee Safe” bee-hive monitoring system and an update to Bubble Bits, a 2014 project installing a children’s bubble exhibit at the Science & Discovery Center of Northwest Florida.
Students close their textbooks and open their minds with educational initiatives from the STEM Institute. With corporate partners and area volunteers, the organization uses a hands-on approach to learning that brings STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education to life.
The Student Government Council and registered student organizations will host Summer Bash from July 6-9. All events are paid for by A&S fees. Scheduled activities include Human Foosball, a lip sync battle, Club Rush Day, Day by the Bay and more.
Yes, I somehow found my way to Valencia, Spain, and I am now safely ensconced in my apartment that the Study Abroad program has graciously provided and using a power adapter I brought with me so my computer doesn’t explode because of the voltage differential.
The FSU Panama City Student vs. Faculty vs. Staff vs. Alumni Volleyball Tournament is giving back this year. The campus tradition, which will be 1-4 p.m. July 16, will benefit the Miracle League, the Emerald Coast Rotary and FSU Panama City student activities.
Sarah Grace Bennett likes to help families let loose and have fun. As a summer intern at Seahaven Beach Resorts, the Panama City native manages Lil’ Shark’s Club for guests ages 4 to 15. The internship is the final requirement before earning her bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Tourism and Events.
Florida State University has named a distinguished educator and administrator as the dean of FSU Panama City and the College of Applied Studies. Carol D. Edwards, who is dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts and professor of art education at Texas Tech University, will begin Aug. 10.