FSU Panama City will host press conference to announce the Engineering the Future endowment for the new mechanical engineering program.
More than 300 K-12 and college students will attend FSU Panama City’s Black History Month presentation with keynote speaker Dr. Larry Rivers from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, in the Holley Lecture Hall.
Please join us for our second Opening Nights at FSU Panama City on Feb. 24.
Officials announced two new engineering programs at FSU Panama City during the Florida State Board of Trustee meeting. A bachelor’s program in mechanical engineering and a master’s program in systems engineering will begin in fall 2018.
“These new programs are coming to FSU Panama City because of the strong demand from local industry and support from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering,” FSU Panama City Dean Randy Hanna said. “With community partners, such as the Navy base, Tyndall and GKN, our students will have unlimited options.”
Retired Air Force Maj. Kenneth Ayers Jr., FSU Panama City Entrepreneur in Residence Dr. James Dever, Bay County Tax Collector Chuck Perdue and Chief Deputy Clerk Jody Walls were named the 2017 Notable ’Noles during the campus’ Homecoming alumNight reception.