At Tuesday’s Board of Trustees meeting, Dr. Shannon Ulrich, Faculty Governance Organization Chair, presented an update on FGO’s spring projects, including the 2019 Titan Trot. This year, more than $3,000 was raised for student scholarships. Dr. Misty Kemp, Executive Director of Retention Services, and Dr. Joseph Smiley, Dean of Social […]
SPC President Tonjua Williams will join the Vinoy Business Alliance (VBA) for an afternoon event titled, “A Vision for Achieving Economic Prosperity.” This event will be hosted from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 11 at the Sunset Ballroom, 600 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg. President Williams will […]
The 2019 Explore SPC event will be held March 26-28. Explore SPC is aimed at specific audiences, including high school seniors, community members, those who have inquired about SPC but have not applied, and SPC grads with A.A. or A.S. degrees or certificates who might want to pursue a higher […]
Celebrate the legacy of the great poet and author Langston Hughes from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Clearwater Campus Arts Auditorium. Learn about the life and times of Hughes through music, visual images and spoken word. The event, part of the SPC African-American History […]
Renowned pianist Rebecca Penneys will teach a free master class in piano on Saturday, March 9, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the SPC Music Center at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. This event is open to the public. Read more here.
Susan Stevenson, executive director of the Freedom Institute of Higher Education (FIHE) in Hamilton, New Zealand, will be a guest lecturer at SPC during the week of March 25-28. Stevenson will be presenting a lecture, which will be open to the public, titled Embracing Global Cultural Differences Through Education – A Pathway […]
American pianist Sean Kennard will perform The Virtuoso Pianist: Music by Chopin and Liszt at the SPC Music Center on Friday March 8 at 7:30 p.m. Kennard has won top prizes in competitions around the world, including the Queen Elisabeth Competition of Belgium. Pianist Richard Goode described Kennard as “an […]
SPC’s Tarpon Springs Campus, with the help from Tarpon Springs Mayor Chris Alahouzos, is looking to launch a Sister Schools Partnership with the University of the Aegean in Rhodes. Read more about the partnership here.
Nearly 1,500 applicants were submitted for the 2019 Cooke Transfer Scholar and SPC alumna Ronelia Bailey was selected as a semifinalist. The Cooke Foundation awards a scholarship to support high-achieving community college students as they transfer to some of the top four-year institutions in the country to complete their bachelor’s […]
SPC employee Harriet Thompkins is in the history books. Thompkins made history by becoming the first female African-American Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) in the United States Coast Guard Reserves in 1996. She works as a librarian at the Clearwater Campus. Read more about Thompkins and her achievements here.
Our chapter’s general membership meeting held at the EpiCenter on February 20 was a success! We gained three new members, Eired Eddy, Government Relations Director, provided an informative Legislative update, and Wendy Sellers, Business and HR Consultant, presented “Be A Leader – People Will Follow.” Her humor and straightforward presentation […]
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SPC welcomes its newest faculty, staff and administrators to the college family and congratulates our recent new hires, promotions and transfers.
The much anticipated SportsFest is quickly approaching! SportsFest is a collection of company teams that compete against each other in different sporting events on St. Pete Beach. The events include beach dodge ball, beach volleyball, surf and turf relay, corn toss and tug of war. But SPC needs YOU to maximize […]