The eighth annual FSU’s Great Give begins at 8 a.m. Thursday, March 28, and ends at 8 p.m. Friday, March 29.
FSU’s Great Give was implemented in 2012 and was one of the nation’s first higher education crowdfunding events. In fact, in 2013, FSU’s Great Give won the Grand Award for Annual Giving Philanthropy at the CASE District 3 Conference.
A “little black girl from Orlando” told K-12 and college students to dream big during a Black History Month presentation Monday. Keynote speaker Col. Donna Pilson, a career acquisitions program manager and engineer who served 25 years in the Air Force, promoted the value of education and STEM learning during the event.
Commercial entrepreneurship student Antonio Lopez began Grizzly Brew Coffee in fall 2017 as part of a class project. The company blends coffee beans from around the globe to emphasize the unique flavors of each bean’s origin without the typical bitter or harsh-tasting qualities some coffee-drinkers mask with cream and sugar.
A Student Local Fee Committee, established in accordance with Florida State University 1009.24, will hold a public hearing 2-3 p.m. Friday. Oct. 12, in the SGC Conference Room, Barron 305, to discuss the following recommendations for changes in student local fees effective Fall Term 2019.
Access to Collegiate Drive at the intersection of temporary U.S. 98 will close beginning Monday, Oct. 8 for overhead bridge deck work. The closure will remain in place until spring 2019.
The nationally championship-winning Florida State Women’s Softball team will travel to Panama City to challenge Gulf Coast State College on Friday, Oct. 12
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month FSU Panama City spotlighted its commitment to diversity and inclusion as core institutional values with a lecture from bilingual author, speaker and artist of children’s books Lulu Delacre.
Florida State University vaulted seven spots to No. 26 among national public universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings — the biggest single-year improvement in university history.
FSU Panama City is inviting all students and Bay County residents to participate in a discussion of journalism as a higher calling through a community read focusing on Kristina McMorris’ “Sold on a Monday.”
Stacey VanDyke, the program administrator for FSU Panama City’s master’s nurse anesthesia program and a 20-year veteran of the Air Force, is raising awareness of the 55,000 homeless women veterans nationwide – the fastest growing segment of the homeless population – in her quest to become Ms. Veteran America.