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After serving as Electrician’s Mate First Class in the U.S. Coast Guard, Morgan Olsen embraces her new identity as an electrical engineering student.
Regional and local entrepreneurs will discuss pathways to American entrepreneurship during a Women Entrepreneurship Week event.
Professional communication major Lauren Beauchamp, a junior transfer student, formed Devotio“noles,” a Christian faith-based recognized student organization, on campus.
Tory Peek, DrPH, is leading the new public health program at FSU PC
Florida State University Panama City has raised the family income eligibility requirement by $10,000 for the FSU PC Promise Scholarship, increasing the number of students who may meet the criteria for the FSU PC Promise Scholarship.
“The FSU PC Promise Scholarship is made possible by our generous donors, including The Chapman Family Foundation, The St. Joe Community Foundation, and Pam and Larry Perry,” said Randy Hanna, dean of FSU PC. “We are committed to helping ensure financial need doesn’t deter students from achieving their goals in higher education.”
Isabella Barbour, a first-generation college student growing up in a one-income family of five in Bay County, is a spring 2021 recipient of the FSU PC Promise Scholarship.
Florida State University received a $1.3 million federal grant to improve high school graduation and college enrollment rates for students at Title I schools in the Florida Panhandle.
FSU’s Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE) and FSU Panama City will launch a pre-college program with funding from the five-year Talent Search grant, part of the Federal TRIO Programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Florida State University Panama City’s Business Administration program hosts talk for students to learn about conflict management strategies from local experts.
Florida State University Panama City has partnered with the Florida Department of Health Bay County to provide free student health services on campus.
On Sept. 13, the Board of Triumph Gulf Coast, Inc., approved an $11.5 million grant to provide partial funding to Florida State University Panama City’s Advancing Science and Career Education in New Technologies (ASCENT) project during a meeting in Crestview.