Three Lone Star College-CyFair Honors College students are among 17 LSC students – the most of any community college in Texas – named as semifinalists for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke (JKC) Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
Three Lone Star College students were awarded the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Transfer Scholarship making it possible for them to complete their bachelor’s degrees at a selective four-year college or university.
Lone Star College-Kingwood student Matthew Molinar has been selected to participate in the n+i Engineering Institutes Program. This study aboard program takes place in France in partnership with the French Embassy.
There’s nothing like an international challenge to bring out the best in people. That’s especially true for Lone Star College-Tomball students participating as delegates in this year’s National Model United Nations Conference competition where their team was recognized with three awards including the coveted Distinguished Delegation Award that placed the team among the top 25% of competing colleges and universities from around the world.
Lone Star College-CyFair graduates will hear from Scott McClelland, president of H-E-B Food/Drug Stores, and Noah Reed, LSC Honors College Chancellor’s Fellow, at this year’s May 11 commencement ceremony.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has named 21 Lone Star College students as semi-finalists for its Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. Students who receive this scholarship are able to complete their bachelor’s degrees at a selective four-year college or university. The finalists will be named in April.
Three Lone Star College-CyFair students are competing for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke (JKC) Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, which would provide up to $40,000 per year for two to three years as they pursue their academic journey.
In some ways Brianna Greenberg, a LSC-Tomball Chancellor’s Fellow with The Honors College, embodies the characteristics of her research subject, Ripley, the courageous and commanding character in the Alien movie series. Smart and driven, qualities that served Ripley’s Hollywood character well, have played a big role in Greenberg’s academic life, ultimately paying off when her research project earned acceptance into the prestigious National Collegiate Honors Conference (NCHC) and an invitation to attend the 2018 conference in Boston.