A new speech course elective, SPC 1631, “Voices of American Women,” will begin it’s first class in Spring 2020. The class, taught by Dr. Shirley Oakley, will meet on the Clearwater campus and will be a blended class. This new course examines women’s public discourse in the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries, … 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.”
Attend St. Petersburg College’s Communications Career Exploration Workshop at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus for those looking to major in communications or those considering a career in the field.
Philip Emeagwali, Otis F. Boykin, Granville T. Woods, and Henry T. Sampson are among those African American History Month heroes honored at the Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
Clark’s free workshop, offered by St. Petersburg College, will be held at the college’s Downtown Campus on August 30, 2017, from 1- 2 p.m. in room DC-210. Clark is a writer and editor, and has been a teacher of writing to students of all ages since 1979. He recently retired from the Poynter Institute, where he started out as their first full-time faculty member, then retired as vice president and senior scholar.
Two students who took part in this summer’s Career and Academic Communities Fair share their takeaways. One even chose a major after attending!
SPC’s student newspaper, The Sandbox News, recently won five journalism awards from the Florida Society of News Editors, tying with USF’s Oracle for the most amount of awards received.
Explore communications degrees and careers at St. Petersburg College’s Career and Academic Communities Fair June 19-22. Held on eight campus locations over four days, you can pick the date and location that work best for you.