Three SPC Titans were recently honored by The Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) for their achievements and hard work. Sofia Angelini was named the Model UN Student for the month of November and traveled to Geneva, Switzerland earlier this fall for WIMUN 2019. She was nominated by her advisor, […]
SPC Dean Susan Demers earned the honor of being inducted into Stetson University College of Law’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 26. Demers earned her bachelor’s in Speech and Theatre at Stetson in 1971, and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida College of Law. […]
With October being Physical Therapy Month, here’s to our amazing Physical Therapy Assistant students, faculty and staff! PTA students and faculty recently celebrated at the Health Education Center on Oct. 29. Check out photos from the event.
Last week, on October 23, Clearwater and Tarpon Springs campuses recognized local Latino/Hispanic high school students – 11th and 12th graders who have achieved academic excellence — during the annual Dr. Vilma Fernandez-Zalupski Academic Excellence Awards Ceremony. Anthony Perez, Vice President of The Bank of Tampa, and Dr. Noel Perez, […]
The access to and cost of child care has become a burden for many St. Petersburg College students. Provided through a generous contribution from the U.S. Department of Education through the Child Care Access Means Parents in Schools (CCAMPIS) program, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist presented SPC with the grant award […]
Growing up in Syracuse, New York, St. Petersburg College’s Engineering Technology Program Director Lara Sharp came from a science-minded family. Her mother and grandmother were nurses, her father a science teacher and grandfather a math teacher. So when her seventh-grade math teacher invited her to take an exam that would […]
St. Petersburg College placed sixth among Florida public and private colleges that participated in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges study. SPC ranked #17 as a top public school in the southern colleges region. These are the highest-ranked public colleges and universities within its ranking category among […]
St. Petersburg College received a $30,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to create powerful communities in Pinellas County. SPC is one of 18 organizations in Florida to collectively receive $715,000 in grants from the Foundation. This grant, dubbed Engineering in Energy (E2) supports SPC’s initiative to increase community awareness […]
Ken Cherven, the former chairman of the SPC Foundation Board of Directors, was honored with Emeritus status with the Foundation at organization’s meeting on Thursday, Aug. 15. Cherven devoted 29 years to the Foundation’s board and is a member of the SPC Legacy Society. President Williams also presented Cherven with […]
Congratulations to Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building Arts Program Director Lara Sharp, who will be honored as one of the STEM Women of the Year at a celebration luncheon on Sept. 13. The award is given by Girls Inc. of Pinellas, which recognizes women in STEM fields and encourages young women […]
St. Petersburg College’s Respiratory Care Program received the Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC). This recognition is a standard of professional achievement for registered respiratory therapists (RRT). With a focus on program effectiveness, the CoARC views the RRT credential as a measure […]
The college welcomed the 2019-20 class of Dr. Johnnie Ruth Clarke scholars at the St. Petersburg Gibbs Music Center on Monday, July 15. Scholarship recipients and their families learned about what to expect in college, and about Dr. Clarke’s inspiring legacy. Senator Darryl E. Rouson provided the keynote. Guests enjoyed […]
Christine Garner, a Biology student at SPC’s Seminole Campus, won the title of Ms. Wheelchair Florida 2019. Read all about Garner’s journey and how she plans to use her title as a platform to advocate for people with disabilities.
The St. Petersburg City Council presented plaques for their achievement to graduates of St. Petersburg College’s PITCH program recently at the St. Petersburg City Council meeting at City Hall. The City Council presented plaques to Green and other graduates from the city’s Cohort of Champions program, which, through community partners […]