As a home schooled student, Justice Wobser began regularly attending classes at Gulf Coast State College when he was 16. Catapulted into adulthood, Wobser found the key to academic success through hard work, self-discipline and responsibility. He now is an Electrical Engineering major at FSU Panama City.
Divers from FSU Panama City’s Underwater Crime Scene Investigation program with additional members of the Joint Agency in-Water Strike (JAWS) Team put their training to the test after a military Black Hawk helicopter crashed into waters about 8:30 p.m. March 10 near Eglin Air Force Base. Their mission: “bring the boys back.”
Taylor Dorrough thought she wanted the typical college experience at a major university, but she ultimately discovered a smaller campus was right for her. After attending the University of Kentucky for two years, she found the right fit with the Business Administration program at FSU Panama City.
Since 2001, the FSU Early Childhood Autism Program
has helped about 100 children learn countless language, social, cognitive and academic skills. Thanks to donors such as the Bay Health Foundation and the George A. Butchikas Foundation for Autism, ECAP has developed scholarships and a parent resource center to better serve Bay County.
Florida State University Panama City’s STEM Institute will hold STEM camps for eighth through 12th graders interested in STEM education and careers. The camps will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday on the campus of Florida State University Panama City.