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National Initiative Brings Together Universities and Employers to Double the Impact of Tech Training
The St. Joe Community Foundation has approved a $135,490 grant for Florida State University Panama City’s Advancing Science and Career Education in New Technologies (ASCENT) Program.
At 1 p.m. Tuesday, October 11, FSU PC will hold a check presentation at the Bay District Schools Board Meeting (1311 Balboa Ave, Panama City, FL) with members of St. Joe Community Foundation and ASCENT Program, including Dr. Larry Dennis, Program Director and Dr. Suzanne Remedies, Program Manager.
FSU and FSU PC take preliminary precautionary protective actions to prepare the campuses for possible impacts of severe weather. Classes canceled beginning at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 26 through all day Friday, September 30 to allow students to travel safely out of the area if they so choose.
On Sept. 23, 2022, FSU Panama City will continue to “shed light on diversity” through its Illumination series featuring human rights attorney and Rutgers University professor Noura Erakat.
Erakat teaches at Rutgers University, New Brunswick in the Department of Africana Studies and the Program in Criminal Justice. She is an award-winning author and co-founding editor of “Jadaliyya,” an electronic magazine on the Middle East.
On October 28th, 2022, Florida State University presents country music star Billy Dean to perform at Papa Joe’s Bayside at 6:00 PM.
FSU Panama City continues tradition of 'Notable Noles from our community.
FSU Panama City names assistant deans in continued commitment to faculty and students.
On Oct. 8, Florida State University Panama City will host Out in the South, a diversity, equity and inclusion forum, to educate and affirm experiences of the LGBTQ+ and underrepresented communities.
The third annual event is set for 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, in the St. Joe Community Foundation Lecture Hall at the Holley Academic Center at FSU Panama City, 4750 Collegiate Drive. Scheduled to coincide with LGBTQ+ History Month. Out in the South will include guest speakers, panel discussions and giveaways, including $100 in gift cards. Check-in begins at noon.
Florida State University Panama City hosts the Suicide Awareness Summit 2022
On Aug. 9, the City of Panama City donated $100,000 to Florida State University Panama City and $100,000 to Haney Technical College.
“We are two different types of institutions, but we both have the same goal to have a more educated Northwest Florida,” said Irvin Clark, Associate Dean of Student and Strategic Initiatives at FSU Panama City.