decorative image of karen-young2 , PSC says farewell to nursing instructor, retired U.S. Navy Reserve Capt. Karen Young 2022-05-25 11:55:57

PSC says farewell to nursing instructor, retired U.S. Navy Reserve Capt. Karen Young

Karen Young already had more than 10 years of nursing experience when she joined the U.S. Navy Reserve as a commissioned officer in 1994.
By the time Young joined Pensacola State College’s nursing faculty in 2007, she had already served in numerous leadership positions in the Navy Reserve. Still, her greatest professional achievements wouldn’t come until she was well-entrenched at PSC. Continue Reading PSC says farewell to nursing instructor, retired U.S. Navy Reserve Capt. Karen Young

decorative image of thead4 , Faculty Spotlight: Robert Thead, Humanities and Social Sciences 2022-05-25 10:54:34

Faculty Spotlight: Robert Thead, Humanities and Social Sciences

What’s the most important number in existence? Some will default to Pi, others to Euler’s number and maybe a few might even go with 137, a number some smart folks have theorized could help physicists unravel the grail-like grand unified theory long sought.
(And, of course, there’s 42 for all the fans of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”)
Pensacola State College political science instructor Robert Thead goes in a different direction. But don’t doubt his alternative, because Thead is one of the smart folks too. Continue Reading Faculty Spotlight: Robert Thead, Humanities and Social Sciences

decorative image of memorial-day , PSC’s Rob Gregg is emcee of Memorial Day Observance at Barrancas National Cemetery 2022-05-25 11:49:09

PSC’s Rob Gregg is emcee of Memorial Day Observance at Barrancas National Cemetery

You might be barbecuing. You might be beaching, golfing or just chillaxing at home.
Just please take a minute at 3 p.m. to pause and focus on the price of freedom and those who paid that price. It truly is the very least we can do for those sacrificed their lives in war.
Monday, May 30, is Memorial Day. Pensacola State College is closed for the federal holiday which honors those military service members who have died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. Continue Reading PSC’s Rob Gregg is emcee of Memorial Day Observance at Barrancas National Cemetery