• Meet UF Law’s Assistant Dean of Inclusion
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    Meet UF Law’s Assistant Dean of Inclusion

    (inspirational music) [MICHELLE SMITH] Hi, everyone. I’m Michelle Smith, your Assistant Dean for Inclusion. I am a very proud triple Gator grad having received my Bachelor’s degree in Sociocultural Anthropology from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. I received my Master’s in Exercise and Sports Science from the College of Health and Human Performance another of the colleges that I serve in this role and I am also a graduate of the Levin College of Law our law school In this role I am here to assist advise, and provide guidance in fostering an environment of inclusion celebrating and advancing the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff creating…

  • Education at St. Petersburg College
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    Education at St. Petersburg College

    It takes love and dedication to become a role model, but to turn it into a career, takes passion. With a bachelor of science in Education degree from St. Petersburg College, you’ll gain the skillset to teach any grade level, K-through-12, in a variety of settings. At half of the cost of state-universities, SPC offers a quality education that you can afford. Start your bachelor’s, and fuel your passion for teaching. Together, with SPC.

  • Bay Pines STEM Dedication
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    Bay Pines STEM Dedication

    It’s a tremendous honor to be here on behalf of my late husband John Chapin. The St. Petersburg College Bay Pines STEM Center is near and dear to his heart and the success of students. He was a master of finding ways for students to get engaged in the learning. I like to think of the future of STEM here as really a public service to our community.

  • Get Ready For College Reading – SPC MOOC
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    Get Ready For College Reading – SPC MOOC

    Welcome to St. Petersburg College’s free course: Get Ready for College Reading. We’ve designed this self-guided course to help you practice and refine the reading skills you will need to be successful in college. Effective reading skills are vital to your success, both in the classroom and in the workplace. The purpose of most college-level reading instruction is to assist you in understanding the thought processes and ideas of authors. Reading is a complex and versatile skill set and college textbooks require a variety of reading assignments. Some skills will be important in academic reading, no matter what the subject. These skills include: Clear, well-organized thoughts that are expressed by…

  • SPC College of Business Expo
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    SPC College of Business Expo

    Hi everyone! I’m Dr. Wende Huehn-Brown, and I’m here with my friend Gus. Gus and I will be at the Expo to make sure all your questions are answered. So come on by the Expo at the EpiCenter, and get that business degree finished! It’ll just help you with building your career. So head on over to the Expo, and we’ll see you there!

  • Keys to Manhood 2018 Keynote
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    Keys to Manhood 2018 Keynote

    Thank you for coming. Thank you for having me here today – Mr. Reed, Dr. Gordon. I’m going to walk around a little bit. I hate standing in one place. So I want you guys to answer a question in your mind. Or you can even answer the question if you’d like. I want to make this as interactive as possible. Why are you here today? Anyone like to share why they’re here today? Young man in the blue shirt. To gain more knowledge. Who else? To learn how to be an entrepreneur. To be an entrepreneur. To gain more ability to learn. To get more ability to learn. I…

  • Electric cars on campus!
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    Electric cars on campus!

    Mr. Henrique Muller: I’ve had the car since March 2014. And what Tesla did was unlike anyone else. He did the technology by adding many, many small batteries… actually, they are readily available 18650 laptop batteries. They are made by Panasonic currently but in the future they will be built in the United States at the new Giga Factory. By doing many small batteries, he was able to get much more range out of the car. And depending where your foot is it goes from super car to eco car. The mileage is quite amazing. It is equivalent to about 90 miles per gallon. If you just drive around town,…

  • Start Your Success Story: Taylor Hajash
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    Start Your Success Story: Taylor Hajash

    [Music] Video games are like every part of multimedia put together. It is a wonderful way to express yourself and a really good way to communicate your ideas. I am an independent third party developer with Nintendo and Microsoft. SPC has the best professors that I have met. They have the best pricing. I have talked to other people at other schools and they are not really doing anything after they graduate but a lot of SPC students seem to be. Last year I won a semi award for the game that I developed and within 12 hours Nintendo was calling me on the phone. From there, Microsoft licensed me…

  • QEP at SPC
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    QEP at SPC

    Hello everyone. My name is Jennifer Haber, and I am the QEP faculty lead. And I am here at the Health Education Center. We are in the scene lab today, and we are excited to be here to share a little bit of information with you about the SACS and QEP. So I just want you to know that while we’re at the Health Education Center today, we will be visiting your campus. So check the website for more information about when we will be there, the date, and time. So I am excited today to be here with Sabrina Crawford who is our SACS guru and Dawn Janusz who…

  • MLP video
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    MLP video

    Hi, my name is Alyssa. I am a Peer Advisor at the Tarpon Springs campus. My job here is to make sure you are successful during your college career here at SPC. One of those tools is called My Learning Plan. You can either access that through MySPC by logging in and clicking on My Learning Plan. Or you can come in and see one of us, peer advisors, at the Administration Building on campus. What My Learning Plan helps you do is plan out your courses from here on out until graduation so you graduate on time. We look forward to seeing you and good luck next semester.