Students from Bay District Schools joined FSU Panama City on Tuesday for a Black History Month presentation that showcased African dance performances by Global Arts Society’s and stressed the value of education.
FSU Panama City will offer a new bachelor’s degree program in commercial entrepreneurship beginning fall 2017. The program, which is housed under Florida State’s Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship, will prepare tomorrow’s entrepreneurs for the difficult financial, ethical, legal and global competitive challenges of the future.
Because of a recent gift totaling almost $1 million, FSU Panama City will be able to award at least 20 new $2,000 scholarships in fall 2018. The $932,000 estate of Earldine Ankiewicz will fund the Alex Alfred Ankiewicz and Lucy Elizabeth Ankiewicz Scholarship Endowment, benefitting enrolled in majors within the College of Business or College of Education.
Updated Feb. 23, 2017
Monday through Thursday (02/27 to 03/02/17) there will be a remembrance table in Holley Rotunda for Dr. Grandison with opportunity to leave a card or note to be given to her family.
Florida State University Panama City is saddened to report that our colleague, Dr. Lynette Grandison, has passed away.
High school students are invited to join the FSU Panama City STEM Institute’s “Physics of our Water World” spring break camp March 21-23.
FSU Panama City will host a Black History Month presentation with keynote speaker Dr. Mel Stith from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Holley Lecture Hall.
The Future Physicist of Florida at Florida State University Panama City re-named its local chapter in honor of Dr. James T. and Jana L. Cook. The announcement, made on Saturday at FSU Panama City, recognizes the Cook’s $100,000 gift to establish an endowment that will provide lasting support for STEM education initiatives at FSU Panama City. The chapter is now named the Dr. James T. and Jana L. Cook Future Physicists of Florida FSU Panama City Chapter.
Less than two years after creating an innovative automotive parts business, Florida State University alumnus Tyler Montgomery has been recognized with one of Florida’s highest honors for business owners — the Governor’s Young Entrepreneur Award.
Middle school students who have been inducted into FSU Panama City’s chapter of Future Physicist of Florida will get to try on potential careers during the STEM Expo from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, at FSU Panama City.
FSU Panama City will host “Fast to the Future,” a speed career exploration event for students, Wednesday, March 8. Fashioned after speed dating, the event will provide students a brief exposure to a variety of career options in nine-minute intervals. Students from any major and all prospective college students are welcome.