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.
Doug Griffin, the director of development for The Story Company, with credits such as “Barbershop,” “Ride Along,” “Think Like a Man” and “Fantastic Four,” will host a film-writing workshop 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17, at FSU Panama City’s Holley Lecture Hall C. Registration, which includes lunch, is free for FSU and Gulf Coast State College students or $25 for the general public.
FSU Panama City's Team Renegade places 11th nationwide in NASA University Student Launch Initiative.
FSU Panama City announced a new master’s degree program in law enforcement intelligence during a press conference Tuesday. The program, which will include online coursework and a semester-long research-based project, will welcome its first cohort of students in fall 2018.
FSU Panama City's Crime Scene Investigation program begins collaboration with the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI).
FSU Panama City will host press conference to announce the Engineering the Future endowment for the new mechanical engineering program.
FSU Panama City students have become “blanketeers” to children in need this week. Members of the Communication Club donated six handmade fleece tie blankets Wednesday to Project Linus. “What better way to communicate than sitting in a circle creating a needed gift for children in our community,” said Justine Powell, president of the Communication Club.