SCF to honor teaching pioneer's 55-year career in Bradenton

September 15, 2013 

— State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, will honor pioneering professor Pam Stewart at a plaque dedication reception at 1 p.m. Friday at SCF Bradenton in the lobby of building 10, Art and Design.

Stewart recently retired as professor of art, design, humanities after teaching 55 years at SCF.

Stewart was present when the college was established in 1957 and conducted its first classes with 502 students in 1958 in a downtown Bradenton former high school while the new Manatee Junior College took shape on the present site of the Bradenton campus.

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