Next week is the Communications Community Week! Join us on Wednesday, March 31st, at 11:30AM for a student success panel discussion that will focus on the Interpreting program. Students will be sharing strategies of success,where they are now, as well as,share the importance of communicating through interpreting.This panel will be moderated by SPC Speech Professor, … Continue reading Interpreting Panel Discussion – Don’t Miss It!!
ABC Actions News featured St. Petersburg College English Professor Ian Wilson in a story regarding the success of Project PILOT in the 90s, which offered academic support and encouraged young Black men to enter the teaching field.
SPC Professor Gregory Byrd’s short story, Dita e Verës, was inspired by his time teaching in Albania as a Fulbright Scholar.
Hello, The upcoming 3131 online course, Interpersonal Communication begins 8wk 2, Monday, Oct, 12, 2020. Taught by Dr. Shirley Oakley, here is the information: COM 3131 Interpersonal Communication 3 credits This course explores communication within the context of professional interpersonal relationships. Topics include interpersonal communication concepts, monitoring the internal and external environmental factors in interpersonal … Continue reading COM 3131 Interpersonal Communication
February was American Heart Health Month, and People Magazine chose St. Petersburg College Communications student Maddie Price to feature in a story about her journey through life with a heart condition. The Palm Harbor native was born with a congenital heart defect, and has had more than 100 surgeries, including two heart transplants. Price had … Continue reading SPC Communications Student Featured in People Magazine
St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway, a St. Petersbrug College graduate, spoke with SPC Downtown Center students during the college’s Fall 2019 Communications Week, held in November.
A new speech course elective, SPC 1631, “Voices of American Women,” will begin Spring 2020 as an online course taught by Dr. Shirley Oakley. This new course examines women’s public discourse in the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries, and discussions will focus on the social and cultural significance of women’s participation in … Continue reading New speech elective offered at Clearwater
Award-winning poet and spoken word artist Patricia Smith read her work for St. Petersburg College students at the St. Petersburg Gibbs Campus on April 3 in the Music Center.
Poet Jenny Xie read excerpts from her book “Eye Level” to SPC students, faculty, and staff, intermingled with stories from her own childhood.
The St. Petersburg College Midtown Center hosted an SPC Reads event with journalist Craig Pittman in March. One of the student’s who attended shared her takeaways from the author of “Oh Florida! How America’s Weirdest State Influences the Rest of the Country.”