Pensacola State College Update 9/11/17 11:30 a.m. Pensacola State College to Resume Normal Operations Tuesday, Sept. 12. All Pensacola State College campuses and centers will resume normal operations Tuesday, Sept. 12. This includes all classes, events, campus activities and online courses. *Students taking online courses who have been impacted by the Hurricane Irma and not… Continue Reading Hurricane Irma Updates
Pensacola State College recognized three Employees of the Year at a recent ceremony. Colleagues, friends and family filled the lecture hall in the new Charles W. Lamar Studio Gallery as PSC President Ed Meadows presented awards and called attention to the accomplishments of each honoree.
The Administrative Award went to Mary Graves, senior computer systems analyst, who joined the information technology services department in 1993.
Graves was praised as the unsung hero who never says “can’t be done” in response to a data request. Her ability to gather, organize and make sure that data is reported accurately was cited as essential to the success of ITS projects.
Career Service Awards were presented to Diana Taylor, accounting specialist, and Scott Russell, maintenance specialist. Continue Reading PSC honors three Employees of the Year
The Kamerman Piano Series at Pensacola State College presents classical pianist Marina Lomazov at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, in the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd.
Praised by critics as “dazzling” in the New York Times, “a diva of the piano” in the Salt Lake City Tribune, and “a mesmerizing risk-taker” in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Ukrainian-American pianist Marina Lomazov has established herself as one of the most passionate and charismatic performers on the concert scene today.
A Steinway Artist and winner of numerous international piano competitions, Lomazov has performed in nearly all 50 United States and throughout South America, Europe and Asia. She has given major debuts in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Kiev. Additionally, she has performed as soloist with the Boston Pops, Rochester Philharmonic, Eastman Philharmonia, Chernigov Philharmonic in Ukraine, and KUG Orchester Graz in Austria. Continue Reading PSC Kamerman Piano Series presents Marina Lomazov in concert Sept. 17
Pensacola State College is welcoming an increased enrollment for fall term that began Aug. 21. PSC President Ed Meadows announced that total headcount is up 6.7 percent, and the fall-to-fall retention rate is up more than 6 percentage points from last year.
“We are working to increase those numbers even more as students register for our C session that begins Sept. 12 and D session that begins Oct. 17,” Dr. Meadows said. Continue Reading PSC Welcomes Increased Enrollment In Fall Term