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  • IRSC Performing Arts Program Presents "Triumph of Love"

    IRSC Performing Arts program students prepare to perform the joyous musical “Triumph of Love” February 18, 19 and 20 under McAlpin Gazebo on the green at the Massey Campus in Fort Pierce.

  • The Paulie Strong Charitable Foundation Establishes the Paul Lefavi Scholarship Fund at Indian River State College

    FORT PIERCE, FL—The Paulie Strong Charitable Foundation, whose mission is to raise funds for Indian River State College (IRSC) Scholarships in the name of Paul Lefavi, collected $10,000 at the inaugural #PaulieStrong Golf Tournament held November 21, 2020. The money established the Paul Lefavi Scholarship Fund at IRSC; an endowed scholarship that will be awarded annually to one student enrolled in the IRSC Digital Media program.

  • Clark Advanced Learning Center´s Barry Bicksler Named Finalist for Martin County Teacher of the Year

    STUART, FL—Clark Advanced Learning Center math and science instructor, Barry Bicksler, is one of 20 teachers labeled “best of the best” vying for Martin County Teacher of the Year. Bicksler was selected by his peers for this outstanding recognition, which is presented by the Education Foundation of Martin County in cooperation with the Martin County School District in an effort to recognize outstanding teaching.

  • IRSC Receives Transformative Gift from Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott-$45 Million Donation is Single Largest in College History

    FORT PIERCE, FL—Today, on the day of its 2020 Commencement Ceremony, Indian River State College (IRSC) announced that it has received the largest single donation in its 60-year history from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.

  • Indian River State College Celebrates Graduates on December 16 & 17

    FORT PIERCE, FL—Indian River State College (IRSC) will hold its fall Commencement ceremonies “drive-in”-style on Wednesday, December 16, at the College’s Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex in Fort Pierce, and virtually via YouTube on Thursday, December 17. The ceremonies will recognize the accomplishments of the College’s 2020 graduates, including some 1,700 students who have earned their Bachelor’s and Associate degrees during the 2020 summer and fall semesters. IRSC President, Dr. Timothy Moore, will deliver the keynote address.

  • Indian River State College Hosts F.B.I. Threat Assessment Exercise

    FORT PIERCE, FL—Law enforcement professionals from a dozen agencies gathered at the Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex at IRSC for a two-day workshop with trainers from the F.B.I. Academy in Quantico, Virginia. These workshops were conducted in support of the FBI's national Threat Assessment and Threat Management initiative. Members of the agency’s Critical Incident Response Group conducted the seminar, which illuminated the science behind offender and victim behaviors, pre- and post- crime.

  • IRSC Global Honored with Blackboard Exemplary Course Award

    Dr. Leigh Clay, the Indian River State College (IRSC) Global Student Learning Coordinator, was honored with the Blackboard Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Award. This award recognizes faculty and course designers from schools, colleges and universities around the world who develop engaging and innovative courses that represent the very best in technology and learning.

  • IRSC Biological Sciences Undergraduate Symposium

    Indian River State College (IRSC) Biological Sciences hosted its Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Kight Center for Emerging Technologies on Friday, December 4. The symposium, which takes place every semester, gives graduating senior biology students the opportunity to present their research to the College community.

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