LSC Promise update
Mini Grants provide much needed funding
Investment in LSC Promise already reaping rewards
Student Success Institute pairs students with mentors
Mini Grants help mind, body & spiritThis year's mini grant awardees help the mind, body and spirit of students at Lone Star College. Projects ranged from learning aids for non-native English speakers, to placing FitDesk bikes in the Learning Center, to starting a group that collects leftover food from restaurants to feed the hungry. Learn More.
Mini-Grant Funding Adds Sense of Realism to EMT Training
It might have looked like a scene from a disaster movie, but several LSC-North Harris students were getting a chance to practice real life-saving skills on simulated patients with help from special moulage, or make-up, meant to accurately depict injuries. Learn more.
Mini-Grant Madness: Life-saving skills learned in cadaver lab
Each year, thanks to generous funding from the Lone Star College System and the Lone Star College Foundation, a select number of mini-grants are awarded to faculty to fund innovative project ideas that address the college's goals and initiatives.Learn more.
"Alternative Spring Break" medical mission trip: Impacting the giver and the receiver
Mention "Spring Break" and the thought that often comes to mind is convertibles and crowded beaches filled with rowdy students. Not so for the Lone Star College students who participated in "Alternative Spring Break," a program coordinated by the Center for Civic Engagement and funded by LSC Foundation donations and Lone Star College. Learn more.
Mini Grant Madness: Skeletons aren't scary! The iPAD apps for 3D visualization of anatomical structures
Did you know that the skeletal system of a full-grown adult has 206 bones? That is a lot of bones to remember. But thanks to Foundation and LSC funding of a mini-grant project, the iPAD apps for 3D visualization of anatomical structures, the skeletal system doesn't have to be scary! Learn more.
LSC-Tomball pharmacy technology program is enhanced through Foundation partnership
According to the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statics, employment of pharmacy technicians is projected to grow 20 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations, and Lone Star College has been, and remains, on the cutting edge of providing training and support for this profession. Learn more.
Carpenter Endowment funds scholarships for new Honors College
The Honors College at Lone Star College is continuing its momentum after a successful inaugural semester in fall 2014, and funds from the Richard G. Carpenter Endowment are playing a significant role. Learn more.
Mini-Grant madness: enhancing the LSC experience with the "Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Integration Project"
The Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Integration project provided students a hands-on experience with groundbreaking industry technology that is still in its infancy. Learn more.
Do Something About It!
The Center for Civic Engagement is a Foundation supported program where students, faculty, and staff become active citizens involved in their communities by engaging in service-oriented, community activities. Learn more.