Saint Leo University Opens Classrooms In Channelside, Downtown Tampa

Pasco County-based Saint Leo University President Arthur Kirk along with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and other dignitaries cut the ribbon on new classroom space in the Channelside neighborhood in downtown Tampa.

The new Tampa campus and 90 employees will work out of offices and classrooms in the Grand Central at Kennedy to serve thousands of online students living, working and serving in the military around the world.

The University will post open positions on its website.

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Diane Egner is an award-winning journalist with four decades of experience writing about the Tampa Bay region. She is a member of Leadership Florida and the Athena Society, and serves on the board of The Institute for Research in Art (Graphicstudio, the Contemporary Art Museum, and USF’s Public Art Program) Community Advisory Council and the StageWorks Theatre Advisory Council. A graduate of the University of Minnesota with a BA in journalism, she won the top statewide award for editorial writing from the Florida Society of Newspaper Editors while at The Tampa Tribune and received special recognition by the Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists for creative work as Content Director at WUSF Public Broadcasting. Past accomplishments and community service include leadership positions with Awesome Tampa Bay, Arts Council of Hillsborough County, Alpha House of Tampa Bay, Florida Kinship Center, AIA Tampa Bay, Powerstories, and the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. She lives in South Tampa, is the mother of two adult daughters and grandmother to two amazing grandchildren, and travels whenever possible with laptop in tow.

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