On September 4-8, the king and queen of Spain will visit St. Augustine as part of the city’s 450th anniversary commemoration. King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are expected to visit several of St. Augustine’s historic sites. St. Augustine will celebrate its 450th anniversary on September 8, 2015. The mission of the event is to … Continue reading Spanish Royals Visit St. Augustine September 2015
Interested in world affairs? Consider joining SPC Model UN, open to all students! Find out more at the information session Friday, August 28. See the flyer below for all the details: To learn more about Model UN, please click here. For more upcoming international events, please click here.
The Atlantic shares insights on how international experiences can open the mind to new ways of thinking. New sounds, smells, language, tastes, sensations, and sights spark different synapses in the brain, and can stimulate your creativity. To learn more about famous brains that got brainier while living abroad, and how YOU can do the same, … Continue reading For a More Creative Brain, Travel!
In October, the Association of American Colleges and Universities will be hosting an Academic Renewal conference in Fort Lauderdale for educators looking to learn about global learning in college. The world today contains diversity in religions, cultures and ideas. The Global Learning in College conference aims to help educators tackle real-world problems and expand the … Continue reading Professional Development Opportunity- AAC&U Annual Conference
The Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions at St. Petersburg College, in partnership with the Global Action Coalition, is presenting a free forum on the Cuban trade embargo on June 30th from 6-8 p.m. at the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg. The forum, titled “Cuba: Embargo or Not?”, will be moderated by John Wilson, former anchor … Continue reading “Cuba: Embargo or Not?” FREE Forum presented by SPC Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions
On June 13, 2015, seventeen students completed The Humpty Dumpty Institute’s United Nation Boot Camp. This week-long immersion study program in Washington D.C. and New York City helps students become global leaders by connecting them with the United Nations and by building bridges between the international body and universities around the world. Participants gain hands-on … Continue reading United Nations Boot Camp 2015
This spring, Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo hosts cultural event of the season, Zoomination, a dazzling exhibition of colossal lanterns sprawling over 26 acres. It’s an unforgettable journey through the ancient Chinese art of lantern sculpture. Date: From February 28-May 31, 2015 Event Time: Sun – Thur. 6-10 p.m. and Fri. & Sat. 6-11 p.m. … Continue reading Zoomination: The Lantern Festival at Lowry Park Zoo!
With hard work and dedication in researching and practicing diplomatic behavior in simulations, SPC’s Model United Nations Team represented the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia this year at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in New York. The team received the Distinguished Delegation Award for the second year in a row, putting SPC delegates … Continue reading Congratulations to SPC Model United Nations Team – Top 13% Internationally!
Join SPC’s Music Industry/Recording Arts (MIRA) Ensemble’s upcoming showcase performance of original music as well as covers for an end of semester celebration. Featured performers include Rock Ensemble, R&B Ensemble, and La Lucha, with special guests and faculty members Pat Hernly and Austin Vickrey. Event Information Date: Monday, April, 27 2015 Time: 7:00-9:00 P.M. Location: … Continue reading MIRA Showcase of World Music