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FSU Panama City has unveiled Food For Thought, a food pantry and clothing closet for students, faculty and staff available during business hours weekdays. To schedule a visit, contact counselor Nancy Mills at (850) 770-2174 or visit her office in Barron 218. Donations of non-perishable foods and work attire are much appreciated.

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Jennifer Phelps drew the floor plans for her dream clinic when she was 13. Now the owner of Engage Behavioral Health, the FSU applied behavior analysis (ABA) alumna helps current students achieve their dreams to serve children with autism. “I truly feel blessed to keep the cycle of mentoring FSU graduates going,” she said.

After a yearlong study with instructors from FSU Panama City’s advanced science dive program, student researchers concluded increased marine tourism is threatening area reef structures. “Preserving our Underwater Pastures: Researching the human impact on local historic artificial reef structures” measured changes in reef sizes and fish populations between July 1, 2016, to July 1, 2017.

After a yearlong study with instructors from FSU Panama City’s advanced science dive program, student researchers concluded increased marine tourism is threatening area reef structures. “Preserving our Underwater Pastures: Researching the human impact on local historic artificial reef structures” measured changes in reef sizes and fish populations between July 1, 2016, to July 1, 2017.

Thanks to a new partnership between Northwest Florida State College and Florida State University Panama City, students will now have a smoother transition and easier access to four-year bachelor’s degree programs through the Connect to FSU Panama City program. This new partnership was announced today by FSU Panama City Dean Randy Hanna and NWFSC President Devin Stephenson.

Thanks to a new partnership between Northwest Florida State College and Florida State University Panama City, students will now have a smoother transition and easier access to four-year bachelor’s degree programs through the Connect to FSU Panama City program. This new partnership was announced today by FSU Panama City Dean Randy Hanna and NWFSC President Devin Stephenson.

STEM Institute offers ‘The Physics of Dance’ science camp

Sixth- through 10th-grade students are invited to join the FSU Panama City STEM Institute’s “The Physics of Dance” science camp July 17-18, 8:30 a.m. - noon.

Family and friends of Alisa Kinsaul will gather to celebrate the full endowment of a scholarship established in her memory at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 1, in the FSU Panama City Dean’s Conference Room, Holley A301.

Family and friends of Alisa Kinsaul will gather to celebrate the full endowment of a scholarship established in her memory at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 1, in the FSU Panama City Dean’s Conference Room, Holley A301. The Alisa Butler Kinsaul Memorial Endowed Scholarship will support an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in a communication field within the College of Applied Studies.

About 60 people gathered Wednesday, May 24, to celebrate 20 years of recognizing outstanding FSU Panama City alumni as Notable ’Noles.

About 60 people gathered Wednesday, May 24, to celebrate 20 years of recognizing outstanding FSU Panama City alumni as Notable ’Noles.

Florida State University Panama City will honor its newest graduates at a commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at the Marina Civic Center in Panama City, Fla.

Florida State University Panama City will honor its newest graduates at a commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at the Marina Civic Center in Panama City, Fla.

For those students planning to continue their enrollment in the fall 2017 semester, please keep in mind that FSU Panama City students may continue to register for fall classes through Aug. 4.

In an effort to provide current and continuing FSU Panama City students with plenty of time to meet with their advisor and sign up for fall 2017 classes, FSU Panama City has extended the open registration period through 11 p.m. CST Friday, Aug. 25. Please be sure and register prior to this date to avoid the late registration fee of $100.

Girls Who Code Club Completes Curriculum

This April, 23 area middle and high school girls celebrated the completion of their curriculum in computer science for the future. These young women began their journey with the Girls Who Code (GWC) club six months ago, the second group to go through the program.