SPC’s new Student Success Center is a nominee for the AIA Tampa Bay 2020 Honor and Design Awards in the People’s Choice category. Let’s win it! Each year, the area’s top architecture firms submit their projects for the award, and Wannemacher Jensen submitted the Student Success Center. Please take a
St. Petersburg College Adjunct Professor Dr. Anya Szigeti believes that one’s body is a temple, so it should be given only the best offerings, and no amount of exercise can overrule bad eating. In her new book, You Can’t Outrun Your Fork, Szigeti addresses proper dietary choices and why they
St. Petersburg College hosted U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross at the Palladium on Thursday, October 14, where Ross announced the Scaling Pandemic Resilience Through Innovation and Technology (SPRINT) challenge. SPRINT is a $25 million national competition funded by the CARES Act, which seeks to fund projects that aim to
Pinellas County Schools’ Emerging Teacher of the Year program brings recognition to exemplary teachers in their second or third years of teaching who have demonstrated excellence through representation of the district’s core values. From the Outstanding Emerging Teachers serving in the Pinellas County Schools, two will be selected as the
Theater Director Scott Cooper won the Best Set Design award at the 2020 Theater Tampa Bay Awards last week! Cooper’s winning design was for the set of Morningside, which was performed at Tampa’s Stageworks Theater in February. Read more about Cooper and how his students benefit from his set design
St. Petersburg College graduate Kaylee Stepkoski was never a big reader, and she really didn’t like writing until, as a 16-year-old dual enrollment student at SPC’s Tarpon Springs Campus, her Composition I class challenged her to rewrite an essay into a story. She had so much fun doing that, she
Being a utility line worker is one of the most dangerous jobs out there, as there are many things that can go wrong up on an electrical pole. That means that line worker safety is the priority, and Michael Scanlon, a St. Petersburg College Student and Work Methods Specialist for
The Florida College System (FCS) Foundation awarded $1,032,177 in scholarship funds to the 28 FCS colleges in an effort to relieve the nursing shortage and support first-time-in-college students. These funds were the result of the generosity of Florida Blue, The Helios Foundation and Bank of America. Of those funds, St.
You’re invited! Come by one of our celebrations for Spring and Summer 2020 this Saturday, October 10 to wish them well. 9 a.m. – Noon at the Clearwater Campus Arts Auditorium 1 – 4 p.m. at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus Music Center Learn more here.
The Health Sciences and Veterinary Nursing community will host Healthcare Hiring Trends & COVID-19 in two online sessions on October 13: 12-1 p.m. session Go to this link on Oct. 13 at 12 p.m. to join: http://bit.ly/CovidHiringTrends1 1:30-2:30 p.m. session Go to this link on Oct. 13 at 1:30 p.m.
This week, St. Petersburg College’s College of Nursing partnered with the College of Health Sciences to provide a collaborative simulation training experience for students pursuing the Respiratory Care A.S. Degree and the Nursing A.S. Degree. Read more on the Health Sciences and Veterinary Nursing blog.
St. Petersburg College hosted three State of the College Town Hall meetings this week in order to enable a conversation between the college’s President Dr. Tonjua Williams and faculty and staff members. Facilitated by SPC’s Collaborative Labs, Williams focused on the top three employee concerns revealed in the results of
Richard Cole’s life changed when his step-mom picked him up from the airport when he came in from Ohio for a family visit. She was enrolled in St. Petersburg College’s Engineering Technology program, and she needed to run by the lab at SPC before heading home. The things he saw
Over the last year, St. Petersburg College’s Center for International Programs has had the opportunity to rekindle a relationship with Northern Ireland and work on a variety of projects together with institutions located there. SPC’s Center for International Programs, Student Life, College of Health Sciences and the Social and Behavioral Sciences department