St. Petersburg College’s Ethics Bowl Team won the first and third places in the Stetson University Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition that was held February 20-21, 2020, in DeLand, Florida. The SPC team won first place in its bracket, and third place overall. Read more on the Public Safety, Public […]
On July 6, SPC will welcome our new Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth. Dr. Liao-Troth comes to us from Hawaii Pacific University. Read more about Dr. Liao-Troth on our news blog.
When St. Petersburg College’s Humanities and Fine Arts Chair Jonathan Barnes heard that his friend was looking for face protection for his job as an emergency room physician in Ocala, Barnes started looking around online and found a way to help, using his personal 3D printer. Read all about Barnes’ […]
Professors are encouraged to have their students join the Clean Up 4 Climate 4-Week Challenge beginning April 1. This effort was created by SPC students and the Suncoast Sea Level Rise Collaborative, an initiative of the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions (ISPS). The 4-Week Challenge was previously planned to kick […]
Faculty, staff, students and the community are invited to participate in a virtual program in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day via the Zoom video conferencing platform on Thursday, April 2 from 12:30-2 p.m. The conversation, presented by the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions, will feature Haley Moss, Esq., who […]
SPC welcomes its newest faculty, staff and administrators to the college family and congratulates our recent new hires, promotions and transfers.
The St. Petersburg College Foundation: Finance and Investment Committee will meet on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 10:00 am via Zoom video conferencing to discuss general business.
St. Petersburg College has vast amounts of resources available from the comfort of your own couch. Our enormous list of online resources is available for every enrolled student and is waiting for them right now in the virtual library. Learn more about logging on and make sure to share this […]
The current atmosphere of fear and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, combined with SPC’s rapid transition to a remote workforce, creates an ideal condition for malicious actors to exploit computer vulnerabilities through phishing. Phishing is the top attack vector for data breeches. As a reminder, attackers use a combination of email and bogus […]
Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer David Creamer recently published an article in Education Technology Insights that addresses ways that higher education institutions can avoid being targets for election hackers. Read the full story on the Technology blog.
Congratulations to Palladium Director Paul Wilborn! He recently won the Gold Medal for Fiction in the annual Florida Book Awards for his collection of stories, Cigar City: Tales From a 1980s Creative Ghetto. Read the story about Wilborn’s honor in The Tampa Bay Times.
On March 5, 2020, St. Petersburg College Wind Ensembles presented the Campus Connections Concert at the Palladium in downtown St. Petersburg. The annual concert combines our musical performance which a spotlight on another area of the college. Read all about this performance on the Arts blog.
This week, SPC Early Childhood Education students received backpacks filled with children’s books provided through a generous donation from the Rothman Family Foundation. Read the story on the Education blog.
It is an exciting time for industry certifications and Women in Cybersecurity at SPC. Academic Chair for CCIT and TitanSec Cybersecurity Club Faculty Advisor Laura Malave, and I, Certification Testing Coordinator Julia Meyer, will present a two-hour workshop at the WiCyS 2020 National Conference in Denver, Colorado on March 13, […]