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LSC in the News
East Aldine Town Center 8.29.2018
The East Aldine District posted an update on the progress of the East Aldine Town Center. The center features an 80,000 sq./ft. LSC-East Aldine Center that will include an early college high school.
Dr. Lynn Tincher-Ladner, president and CEO of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, wrote a blog for Forbes.com that profiled college students who overcame adversity to succeed. LSC-CyFair student Michael Aguilar, who received a Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship, was featured in the story.
Eye On Houston 8.27.2018
Linda Head, LSC senior associate vice chancellor of External and Employer Relations, joined Dr. Laura Murillo, president & CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, on the CBS Radio Houston public affairs program Eye On Houston. The program focused on the various opportunities available at LSC.
The Houston Chronicle posted a story on Chron.com on how the nine-seat Board of Trustees will have three open seats on the November ballot. The story highlighted the candidates who are running to fill those positions.
Community Impact Editor Shawn Arrajj updated readers on the upcoming LSC Board of Trustee elections. Arrajj noted that current trustees Holsey, Scott and Trowbridge did not file for election.
The Conroe Courier reporter wrote an article about the professional pilot certificate and associate of applied science degree that will be offered at LSC-Montgomery. The LSC Board approved the program at its August meeting.
Community Impact reported that Kennith East, a fourth-year lifePATH student, was placed with the city of Tomball’s information technology department for an internship beginning this fall. East is the first intern to be placed in Tomball.
Community Impact reported the Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce hosted an open house July 25 to celebrate the grand opening of Lone Star College offices in Magnolia, the first step in bringing the LSC-Magnolia Center to the area.
Edgy Labs, LLC, a Texas-based company headquartered in Houston, wrote a blog about universities and colleges that were working with NASA. LSC-CyFair students were mentioned for developing a zip-tie cutter that can used on the International Space Station.