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Spring 2016 Enrollment
Spring 2016 enrollment

Spring 2016 enrollment appointments have begun to open for continuing FSU students. Click here to see if your window has opened. It is very important for you to enroll in your courses as soon as possible to secure the schedule you need and to qualify for any financial aid to cover your tuition.

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Nole Talk honors Hispanic heritage, campus diversity

FSU Panama City celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month on Oct. 8 with a fiesta and Nole Talk with elementary education instructor Cristina Rios. Hispanic Heritage Month is meant to celebrate the customs and achievements of United States citizens with Hispanic roots.

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2015 The Torch Online Links

The Torch is the official magazine of Florida State University Panama City. Online exclusives for the 2015 issue include a feature story about the electrical engineering faculty’s history, a Q&A with Dean Carol Edwards, Ph.D., profiles of the 2014 Notable 'Noles and more.

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Electrical Engineering faculty spans generations

Resident electrical engineering faculty Geoffrey Brooks, Ph.D., William Barnes, Ph.D., and Clay Hughes, Ph.D., have a unique, almost coincidental, relationship. Barnes once taught Brooks via an ITV engineering class and both professors taught Hughes as an undergraduate student at FSU Panama City.

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Innovations FCU sparks change through scholarships

Innovations Federal Credit Union is sparking change for FSU Panama City students. The credit union recently committed $32,500 for student scholarships. “Our corporate philosophy emphasizes giving back to the community because this community supports Innovations,” President and CEO David Southall said.

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Jessica Haley: Business major, robot programmer inspires girls

A business administration major turned robot programmer is offering her skills to inspire the next generation of women to reach for their dreams. Jessica Haley and others with STEM Institute are developing a local chapter of Girls Who Code to help close the gender gap in computer science.

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