FSU Panama City will honor campus alumni and name the 2016 Notable ’Noles during Seminole Celebration from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, in the Holley Lecture Hall. The free event will include live music, free beverages and food from Shane’s Rib Shack.
Florida State University has purchased $40,000 worth of physics lab equipment that will be loaned to Bay County high schools to enhance teaching capabilities. The goal is to raise physics course enrollment levels and instill a passion for science in students.
FSU Panama City’s Student Government Council will host Homecoming events at the Panama City campus Oct. 10-14. Scheduled events include Spear-it Day, Nole-Lympics, Powder Puff Football, Nole Fest and more.
FSU Panama City alumnus Pope Thrower, who is the press attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam, will present “From Panama City to Pakistan (and a few places in between): The importance of adventure and travel for future careers” during a Nole Talk at noon Sept. 29, in Holley B212.
Eighteen South American university and college officials and government leaders toured FSU Panama City on Thursday as part of the Community College Administrator Program.
Recreation, tourism and events faculty member Rosemary Prince was honored Aug. 31 with the Florida Recreation and Park Association’s Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes those who have provided special or unusual service to the association or have made significant contributions to advancing the parks and recreation profession.
FSU Panama City will host a Writers’ Workshop featuring authors Karen Zacharias, Mark Boss and Milinda Jay Stephenson Friday, Sept. 30.
More than 100 area guidance counselors met with admissions directors from all 12 of Florida’s state universities during the 2016 SUS Admissions Directors Tour on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at FSU Panama City.
Florida State University Panama City classes are canceled for this afternoon and Friday, and faculty and staff will be released at 11 a.m. today. Based on the current forecast from the National Hurricane Center, tropical storm conditions are not expected to reach our area until sometime Thursday evening.
In celebration of “Florida Behavior Analysis Week,” FSU’s Early Childhood Autism Program (ECAP) and the Emerald Coast Association for Behavior Analysis (ECABA) are hosting a community meet and greet 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, September 7, at the ECAP Clinic Parent Resource Center (FSU Panama City Technology Building).