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Florida State University Panama City announced a new scholarship program today that will provide tuition free education for qualified Northwest Florida students with combined family and student income of $50,000 or less or are eligible for Pell Grants.
FSU Panama City will offer a new bachelor’s degree program in public health, beginning fall 2021
To help provide for the long term protection of St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays, Bay County and Florida State University are partnering to establish an estuary program to develop a plan of action for these valuable resources.
“The DNAP program will be the first doctoral program housed here at FSU Panama City, and we are thrilled for this to come to fruition,” said Amy Polick, associate dean for academic affairs
With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting face-to-face interactions, the FSU Panama City STEM Institute is going virtual with an interactive STEM Camp this summer. Local high-school students engage in the Nuclear Science and Medicine camp to be held from 9-3, July 13-16, online.
Made possible through funding from the National Nuclear Security Administration, the camp’s curriculum is the creation of FSU Physics Professor, Dr. Paul Cottle, and Bay District Schools teachers, Denise Newsome and Paige Johnston.
Florida State University Panama City is pleased to announce Gerard Hogan, DNSc, CRNA, ARNP-BC, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel who specializes in translational research, has joined the resident faculty of the master’s Nurse Anesthesia program within FSU’s College of Applied Studies.
Florida State University honored its newest graduates during a virtual commencement ceremony Saturday, May 2, on the FSU website fsu.edu/commencement. FSU President John Thrasher presided.
Data Science PhD Graduate Colloquium Zoom event, 8:30 p.m. ET (7:30 p.m. CT), Thursday, May 7
Members of Project Runway, FSU Panama City’s sewing club, are taking on a new skill to help during the coronavirus pandemic. Using sewing machines donated by Jim's Sewing Store, club members and advisor Milinda Stephenson are learning to make masks to donate to area assisted-living facilities.
FSU Panama City is re-establishing the Seminole Emergency Relief Fund to offer one-time financial assistance to students in need because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As the world is taking unprecedented steps to ‘flatten the curve’ in the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain focused on the FSU PC Promise,” Dean Randy Hanna said. “Through the Seminole Emergency Relief Fund, we can tear down some of the financial obstacles that might hinder student success.”