On November 19, 2020, the Pensacola Women’s Alliance (PWA) recognized Karah Androski and Janae Shivers at a luncheon as this year’s recipients of the Pensacola Women’s Alliance Scholarship for the Fall 2020 semester.
Thank you to the Cantonment Rotary Club for awarding Amber “AJ” Gill and Patrick Newburn
Troy Moon, Pensacola State College “Warm and Friendly” was Molly McGuire’s motto, and the adage remains the rule at McGuire’s Irish Pub, which has long been one of Pensacola’s most popular restaurants. On Thursday, friends and family of Molly – the restaurant’s and family’s matriarch ─ brought plenty of warm, friendly feelings to Pensacola State…
Dr. Lawrence Worley Tyree, a distinguished alumnus of Pensacola State College, has worked at 11 community colleges and has served as president or chancellor of nine of them.
Troy Moon, Pensacola State College Former Escambia County District 2 Commissioner Gene Valentino knows how to start a business. A successful entrepreneur, Valentino has founded numerous companies and even dabbled in film production. Valentino hopes a gift to the Pensacola State College Foundation will help spur the growth of the College’s Entrepreneurship Program, which began…
PSC Alum, Sandy Sansing helps future alums.“I went to school here,” Sansing told the scholars. “I didn’t grow up as a rich kid.”
Mike Morette has served on the Pensacola State College Foundation Board since 2009. In that time, team members and other voluntary leaders have found many reasons to admire him. His sincerity and his willingness to exceed expectations cause others to aspire to his level of commitment. Mike is a board officer and will follow his…
Manna Food Pantries is once again helping Pensacola State College students in need.
Beginning Aug. 1, Manna Food Pantries will provide 200 bags of food every two weeks to the College. Each bag contains five days of nutritional meals, and a student can receive up to six bags every two weeks to feed other members of their household. PSC Career Service employees can receive food.
“We’re very grateful to Manna Food Pantries and appreciate this partnership,” said Andrea Krieger, executive director of Institutional Development. “Manna has always assisted the College when we needed help, but this partnership will ensure that our students and their family members are taken care of when it comes to food resources.”
Editor’s Note: Katie Snyder, a Bari-Saxophone player in the PSC Wind Ensemble, was the recipient of a PSC Performing Arts Scholarship. Here, she pens a heartfelt thank you, as well as a tribute to a favorite instructor, Don Snowden, who is retiring this month as head of the PSC Performing Arts Department. Dear Mr. Snowden,…
Walk the halls on any Pensacola State College campus, and you’ll see everyone masked up and keeping their distance. Walk into any office and you’ll find hand-sanitizer and more masks. And the disinfectant wipes for each office are on their way.
Pensacola State’s Covid-19 Response Plan gives details on how the College will work to keep PSC students and employees healthy and virus-free.
“The purpose of the plan is let all College employees and students know about the required protective actions the College is putting in place to fight Covid-19 and keep everyone safe and healthy,’’ said Tom Gilliam, PSC Vice President of General Counsel.