Communication professor Mike Wallace chronicles his 2016 summer teaching experience in Valencia, Spain.
About 90 area ninth- and 10th-grade students participated this week in the STEM Institute’s summer camps at FSU Panama City. Last week, more than 100 seventh and eighth graders attended the camp, which rotates through 50-minute sessions focused on marine life, robotics, chemistry, 3D printing and electronics.
Florida State University Panama City hosted a Forensic Fun Day 2016 STEM Camp for rising 7th Graders this June. The course offered hands on experience with both the land based Crime Scene Investigation and Underwater Crime Scene Investigation programs in the College of Applied Studies at the FSU Panama City campus.
Applications for the $1,500 Presidential Scholarship by FSU Panama City’s Student Government Council are due July 5, 2016. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students based on academic performance, letters of recommendation and a personal statement.
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Forty full-time students from Florida State’s College of Applied Studies, which is housed at FSU Panama City, were recognized for high academic achievement during the spring 2016 semester.
Camerin Hatcher, a senior majoring in professional communication, said being president of the campus’ Student Government Council is all about serving students. “I am looking for ways that we can improve the look and feel of our campus,” she said.
FSU Panama City is seeking 16 students ages 15 and older and four educators to participate in “Preserving our Underwater Pastures: Researching the human impact on local historic artificial reef structures” from July 1, 2016, to July 1, 2017.
Florida State University Panama City has named Ryan Shores, DNP, CRNA, as interim program administrator for the Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia.
FSU Panama City will host a R.A.D. (Rape. Aggression. Defense.) course this summer to arm women with self-defense skills and techniques. The free course for women will begin at 9 a.m. May 13 in the Holley Lecture Hall.