Social and Behavioral Studies Department administers HEIghten assessment






During the early part of March, St. Petersburg College successfully administered the HEIghten Civic Competency and Engagement assessment, along with the Intercultural Competency and Diversity assessment, from Educational Testing Services (ETS). This is the same national organization that administers the SAT college-entrance exams. They have developed the ETS HEIghten Initiative as a way to track and assess … Continue reading Social and Behavioral Studies Department administers HEIghten assessment

SPC’s Model United Nations Team: A Diverse Delegation #SPCInspires






St. Petersburg College’s Model United Nations team was honored as an Outstanding Delegation at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in New York. Outstanding Delegation is the highest award given at the New York conference, which hosted more than 3,000 delegates this year, and puts SPC’s Model UN team in the top 10 percent … Continue reading SPC’s Model United Nations Team: A Diverse Delegation #SPCInspires

SPC Model United Nations students receive honors at conferences

Model United Nations






Model UN students from St. Petersburg College received honors at the Florida Model United Nations Conference in Gainesville and the National Model United Nations Conference in Czech Republic. Florida Model United Nations – Gainesville A team of 11 students competed in the Florida Model UN simulation held Oct. 16-17 at Santa Fe College in Gainesville. … Continue reading SPC Model United Nations students receive honors at conferences

Middle school students participate in Global Classrooms






Eager delegates of the General Assembly participate in a vote at the third annual Global Classrooms/Model United Nations Conference. More than 350 Pinellas County middle school students and 30 volunteers attended the third annual Global Classrooms/Model United Nations Conference on the Clearwater Campus on May 29. The event was hosted by SPC’s Social and Behavioral … Continue reading Middle school students participate in Global Classrooms