• Physician Assistant Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony

    Physician Assistant Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony


The College of Medicine will graduate its second class of students from the School of Physician Assistant Practice during a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. Forty-eight students will be graduating from the PA program.

Thomas Morgan, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of admissions for the PA program, will deliver the commencement address.

Watch the ceremony: FSU MEDFacebook or YouTube

Tag @fsucom on social media, and use the hashtag #FSUPA2020 to share photos, videos and messages about commencement.

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Student Yearbook

In the coming days and weeks, students in the PA Class of 2020 will be uploading photos, videos and messages to their student yearbook pages.

Click on a name below to visit their page and say congrats.

Or visit: https://public.med.fsu.edu/gradyearbook/pa.

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Student Awards

In an email to the College of Medicine community, James Zedaker, associate dean and founding director of the School of Physician Assistant Practice, congratulated four PA students on earning annual awards.

"I am pleased to recognize the following individuals who have received the annual School of PA Practice awards," his email read. "We received several nominations from faculty and staff of representing students who have made great personal achievements over the past two years and represented the program and the College of Medicine well. Please join me in congratulating the following individuals."
Directors Award: Millicent Nowak

The Directors award recognizes a student who has consistently distinguished themselves through leadership, integrity, cooperation and understanding while maintaining the high  professional, academic and clinical standards of the Physician Assistant Program.

Academic Excellence Award: Alexandrea Beemer

The Academic Excellence Award is given in recognition of a student who has demonstrated clinical AND academic excellence in the Physician Assistant Program.

Spirit of FSU PA Award: Cole Pomykacz

The Spirit of FSU PA award recognizes students who have dedicated themselves to their goal of becoming a physician assistant, while exhibiting integrity, professionalism and persevering in the face of adversity.

Mission Award: Jose Yegres

This award recognizes students for exceptional achievement in striving to meet the needs of medically undeserved communities, especially elder, rural, minority and undeserved populations throughout the state of Florida.

To see past winners, visit the College of Medicine's awards archive.