Community Week for the Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services Department begins on Monday, March 26. This is an opportunity to meet students, faculty and community leaders who understand the power and significance of the social sciences and the study of human behavior. As such, Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services is proud … Continue reading Community Week for Social & Behavioral Sciences: Powerful Guest Speakers
Daniel Alexander Payne, Timothy Drew, Zenzile Miriam Makeba, and Mildred Loving are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
Come join us at the 2018 Heritage Lecture Series! Dynamic and engaging speakers will discuss race, ethics and a variety of other topics on African-American affairs. Get involved & be prepared to be challenged! Don’t miss this opportunity! The Heritage Lecture Series will begin Sunday, February 11th kicking off with Dr. Yohuru Williams at Greater … Continue reading 2018 Heritage Lectures Series is Coming!!
St. Petersburg College’s Model UN team received the Outstanding Delegation Award at NMUN Galapagos this past January. The conference was held from January 7-11 in San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos Islands. SPC students represented the country of Ukraine. In an effort to help solve critical global environmental problems, students from around the world met … Continue reading SPC MUN Team Captures Outstanding Delegation at NMUN Galapagos!
If you want to make a difference in the lives of others and in your community, then St. Petersburg College’s Social and Human Services Associate in Science degree might be the path for you.
The St. Petersburg College Model United Nations team received the Outstanding Delegation Award at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference.
Black Minds Matter will be hosting a series of workshops throughout the rest of the semester. This organization seeks to make the connection between the Black Lives Matter movement and the way that Black minds are engaged in the classroom. Dr. Luke Wood from San Diego State University will be on hand to lead the … Continue reading Black Minds Matter to offer a series of educational workshops
Professor Angela M. Zombek has just published a new article in Civil War History. This prestigious Kent State University publication offers academics the opportunity to publish peer-reviewed articles on the history of the US Civil War. Her article, entitled Paternalism and Imprisonment at Castle Thunder: Reinforcing Gender Norms in the Confederate Capital, deploys gender analysis to explore how Confederate … Continue reading SPC History Professor Publishes Journal Article in Civil War History
Students who participated in the study abroad to Belize and Guatemala in July 2017 had the opportunity to engage in two service learning projects while in country. The first site was to the Welcome Resource Center in Belize City. This is a homeless facility that provides access to mental health services, laundry facilities, meals, and … Continue reading Service Learning in Belize
Our St. Petersburg College faculty have forged relationships with organizations in Pinellas County to offer some exclusive Social and Behavioral Sciences internships where SPC students can gain hands-on experience outside the classroom in real-world environments.