Recreation, tourism and events faculty member Rosemary Prince was honored Aug. 31 with the Florida Recreation and Park Association’s Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes those who have provided special or unusual service to the association or have made significant contributions to advancing the parks and recreation profession.
FSU Panama City will host a Writers’ Workshop featuring authors Karen Zacharias, Mark Boss and Milinda Jay Stephenson Friday, Sept. 30.
More than 100 area guidance counselors met with admissions directors from all 12 of Florida’s state universities during the 2016 SUS Admissions Directors Tour on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at FSU Panama City.
Florida State University Panama City classes are canceled for this afternoon and Friday, and faculty and staff will be released at 11 a.m. today. Based on the current forecast from the National Hurricane Center, tropical storm conditions are not expected to reach our area until sometime Thursday evening.
In celebration of “Florida Behavior Analysis Week,” FSU’s Early Childhood Autism Program (ECAP) and the Emerald Coast Association for Behavior Analysis (ECABA) are hosting a community meet and greet 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, September 7, at the ECAP Clinic Parent Resource Center (FSU Panama City Technology Building).
Florida State University Panama City is fully operational and will be open on Tuesday, Sept. 6, as scheduled. In addition, the Library and Learning Center is open during normal operating hours of noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4.
Florida State University Panama City classes and administrative offices will remain open Sept. 1, 2016. There are no plans for campus closures at this time. Members of the University community are urged to monitor the FSU Panama City homepage, the Emergency Information Hotline at 850-770-2000 and local media for updates concerning University activities and operations that could potentially be impacted by the storm.
FSU Panama City’s freshman class officially joined the Florida State community Sunday, Aug. 28, during the campus’s Freshman Convocation. Surrounded by family, friends, faculty and staff, 16 new students were called one by one to be robed as Florida State Seminoles.
Florida State University Panama City’s fall freshman class and their families have been invited to attend a special convocation ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, August 28, in the St. Joe Community Foundation Lecture Hall in the FSU Panama City Holley Academic Center.
Mike Zinszer, Advanced Science Diving Program Director, at the Florida State University Panama City campus, received NOAA funding for “B-WET,” a year-long marine science study of the effects of human interactions with local man-made reefs off Panama City Beach, Fla.