Florida State University Panama City will host the 27th Annual FSU Panama City Golf Invitational on Friday, March 17, 2017, at Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach. Proceeds from the invitational will benefit the FSU Panama City Campus Enrichment Fund, which is used to support students and the priorities of the campus.
FSU Panama City will compete in the 2016 NIRSA National Flag Football tournament Jan. 6-8, 2017, at Ashton Brosnaham Park in Pensacola. Teams from colleges and universities, such as University of Central Florida, Dixie State University in St. George, Utah, and Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, are scheduled to play in the tournament.
FSU Panama City will honor the fall 2016 graduates, including the first cohort of students from the master’s nurse anesthesia program, during the Dean’s Toast 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, in the Holley Lecture Hall.
In an effort to provide current and continuing FSU Panama City students with plenty of time to meet with their advisor and sign up for spring 2017 classes, we have decided to extend the open registration period for FSU Panama City students/classes through Friday, Dec 23rd at 11pm (CST). Please be sure and register prior to this date to avoid the late registration fee of $100.
Florida State University Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Sally McRorie today announced the selection of Randy Hanna as the dean of FSU Panama City.
FSU Panama City offers new undergraduate certificate in Special Events
The job search should start with knowing yourself, your interests and your skills, representatives from the FSU Career Center said during a visit to Florida State’s Panama City campus. The Florida State University Career Center strives to be the preeminent career center model for designing and delivering comprehensive, innovative and inclusive career and employment services.
Sarah Giles, a stay-at-home mother who formerly worked as FSU Panama City alumni and development coordinator; Tanya Deal, the marketing and human resources director at Panhandle Educators Federal Credit Union; and Tiffani Hinds, chief operating officer and vice president of United Way of Northwest Florida, will be named the 2016 Notable ’Noles during the campus’ Seminole Celebration.
Jonathan VanSteenburg, who has cerebral palsy, uses adaptive communication devices to interact with people in person and online. He hopes to use a degree in computer science to design software that is more user-friendly for people with disabilities.
Alumnus James Durham, founder of non-profit TBIOneLove, will share his secret to a better outlook on life during the ’Nole Talk “This Beautiful Injury” at Oct. 19 in the Bayside Auditorium.