Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager

Education

Local children help researchers learn how readers are built

FSU study includes Pensacola area preschoolers in study of how young children become strong readers.

FSU research program includes Pensacola metro area preschoolers in study of how young children grow to be strong readers. Read full story

Commentary

Shannon's Window: Making the grade on graduation

Whatever is in the water at West Florida High School, let’s bottle it. Read full story

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Shannon's Window: Partnership putting us on a healthier track

It would be great if this Christmas present turned into a new year’s resolution we all could live with. Read full story

Government

Justice Department wants big changes at Escambia County Jail

The U.S. Department of Justice created quite a to-do list for the Escambia County Jail. Read full story

News

Can a shark sneak up on you?

A UWF professor and a shark expert teamed up to learn more about how sharks see humans

A UWF statistics expert has teamed up with Erich Ritter, a shark expert, to learn that sharks no the difference between the front and back of a human. Read full story

Florida IHMC

Atlas heads to Homestead

Atlas the Robot is coming for you, Homestead. Read full story

Community

Changing the world one paint job at a time

Rick Dye wants all his hippie buddies to know that they still have a chance to change the world. Read full story

Shannon's Window

Shannon's Window: To Hamburg on a wing and a prayer

News that suppliers to the Airbus A320 facility in Mobile are years away from coming stateside means no aerospace stocking stuffers this year for Pensacola. Read full story

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What's keeping Pensacola off Kiplinger's radar?

We’ve got what Kiplinger says it takes. Read full story

News

Window opens for third round of NRDA money

Restoration projects in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties that are set for funding in the next round of NRDA funding from the BP oil spill disaster. Read full story

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Giving matters — now and all year long

Why does giving matter? Read full story

Community

Brice Harris: What I Love about Pensacola

Brice Harris says our high quality of life, relatively low cost of living and abundant natural resources are our strengths. But to shake our status as the poorest metropolitan area in the state, listen to what the associate director of the office of economic engagement at UWF says would help stabilize and grow our economy. Read full story