Magaly Tymms, SPC’s Director of Institutional Effectiveness, was chosen to present at this year’s AAC&U’s Transforming STEM Higher Education conference.
When Dr. Beth Ann Fiedler moved to Florida to attend St. Petersburg College in 1982, it was a step that greatly influenced her future.
Retired NASA astronaut and St. Petersburg College alum Nicole Stott gave a presentation about the importance of the relationship between science and art.
SPC recently won a grant to fund a paid STEM-based internship opportunity for an SPC student to help monitor the threatened gopher tortoises recently released at the STEM Center.
Four new tortoises, which were rescued and rehabilitated, were released in the past week into the upland habitat area at SPC’s STEM Center.
The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) recently appointed St. Petersburg College Natural Science Professor Dr. Shannon McQuaig Ulrich a council member on ASM’s Council on Microbial Sciences.
St. Petersburg College Professor Dr. Monica Lara is spreading knowledge about toxic algae in hopes of improving the health of our coastal waters.
Under an SPC Titan Grant, students have been working on cataloging, documenting and processing the flora and fauna on the property of world famed oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle.
Student volunteers are helping to catalog the bird species at SPC’s Bay Pines STEM Center. Under the permitted work of ornithologist Jim McGinity and funded through an SPC Titan grant, the efforts have logged 22 species of birds in the Cornell/Audubon curated “ebird” program. Fellow birders can follow along on the e-bird app or website … Continue reading Bird Banding and Survey Work