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FSU Panama City will present two concerts as part of Opening Nights, FSU’s performing arts series that engages the university, local and global communities in creative experiences. Bluegrass singer Sierra Hull will perform Dec. 9, and jazz singer/trumpet player Bria Skonberg will perform Feb. 24. FSU Panama City to host 2 Opening Nights concerts

FSU Panama City will present two concerts as part of Opening Nights, FSU’s performing arts series that engages the university, local and global communities in creative experiences. Bluegrass singer Sierra Hull will perform Dec. 9, and jazz singer/trumpet player Bria Skonberg will perform Feb. 24.

Food for Thought logo Food For Thought offers food, work attire

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.

Jennifer Phelps, student profile image ABA alumna gives back to children with autism, FSU

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. Study: Humans destroying local artificial reefs

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.