St. Petersburg College’s Women on the Way kicked off their annual leadership conference, Leading from the Middle, while simultaneously celebrating Women’s History Month. With the DJ spinning their favorite tunes, more than 80 ladies gathered at the SPC Seminole Campus with one common goal in mind: #OwnIT. SPC President Tonjua […]
The College Reach-Out Program (CROP) at SPC sent 30 students and CROP Retention Specialists to New Orleans March 10-13 to participate in college tours. Students toured the three historically black universities there: Southern University-New Orleans (SUNO), Dillard University (DU), and Xavier University of Louisiana (XULA), The key highlights of the […]
SPC’s Paramedic students had the opportunity to participate in training at the Center for Medical Simulation and Innovative Education at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital under the leadership of Dr. Jennifer Arnold. This event provided our students with a realistic clinical experience that prepares them to perform in high-risk or […]
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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.
Leadership SPC (LSPC) member Kimberly R. Williams perfectly summarized the Tallahassee exploration into one word: M.O.V.E. Master Courage, Overcome Fears, Vocalize your heart, Empathize with your cause. Climbing the hills of the state capital, the 2019 LSPC class spent three-days learning about the legislative process, meeting members of our local […]
Join us for the 20th Annual Narrowing the Gulf Conference for Underrepresented Students in Postsecondary education taking place on Thursday, April 4-5, 2019. This annual conference is sponsored by St. Petersburg College Accessibility Services Department, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), Florida Association on Higher Education and […]
A conference sponsored by the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions next week will offer students, faculty and the general public a chance to catch up on the state of climate change science and learn what is being done and what can be done to mitigate its impacts. Topics being covered […]
Have you been overseeing projects at your job or in your volunteer work? Things like organizing food donation drives and disaster relief events, overseeing an employee handbook, running an event, setting up social media platforms- All of those things are considered PROJECTS! Many individuals have experience managing projects in their […]
To further cultivate a Community of Care, Financial Assistance Services has revitalized an initiative from 2014 to recognize outstanding financial aid recipients who have persevered at St. Petersburg College. Our Student Success Stories will commemorate the personal triumphs, academic success, and community contributions of one selected student per campus. If […]
SPC’s Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning (CETL) is a faculty-focused and faculty-led center which is guided by our CETL Board of Directors (BOD). Service on the CETL BOD is a rotating responsibility among our faculty, and at this time, we have three full-time faculty seats that will open up at […]
Student volunteers are helping to catalog the bird species at SPC’s Bay Pines STEM Center. Read all about this cool project on the Science and Mathematics blog.
SPC Spanish Professor Roxana Levin was recently nominated for the 2019 Association of Florida Colleges Professor of the Year. Levin was nominated by the Center for International Programs Senior Administrative Services Specialist Barbara Ann Wells, who wrote in her nomination that Levin not only exhibits the best in teaching in […]
SPC’s associate degree program in Veterinary Technology, under the guidance of Academic Chair Trish Gorham, was selected as a finalist for the Teaching and Learning Center Award through the Association of Florida Colleges. This new award is given to exemplary centers that “inspire and advance teaching and learning . . […]