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  • Imagine you are on a dangerous mission to Mars in a cramped, cold spacecraft. If you leave the facilities without a bulky space suit you will not survive and your only in-person interactions are with your fellow astronauts who you will live with in these conditions for years. Could you handle the pressure?

  • Lone Star College-Conroe Center officially opened its new, state-of-the-art workforce training expansion facility. The increase in space will continue its mission in serving the needs of those in the community seeking to enter a new career, expand within an existing one, or simply learn something new. 

  • Spring and winter-mini registration has begun at LSC-Montgomery and campus officials are once again encouraging students to take 15 credit hours as part of the ‘zero to sixty’ campaign. 

  • A Lone Star College-Montgomery faculty member has been invited to the White House for her outstanding impact on students and helping reduce the equity gap in STEM education. Dr. Tarcia Hubert, associate professor of Mathematics at LSC-Montgomery, will be part of a conference focused on inclusive STEM education for youth of color, given her leadership in this field. 

  • Shine your light for a good cause at the third annual Illuminate 5K fun run at LSC-Montgomery. The glow-in-the-dark fun run will take place Saturday, October 29 at 6:30 p.m. The race is organized by The Mission LSC, a student organization, and Illuminate Nations, a nonprofit dedicated to carrying the banner of the gospel into the most unreached nations of the world. 

  • Graduates of Lone Star College-Montgomery’s physical therapist assistant (PTA) program continue to pass national licensing boards with flying colors. In fact, Dr. Renee Pruitt, PTA program director at LSC-Montgomery, indicates that graduates have passed at a remarkable rate of 100 percent for over seven years now. Last year was also the third time for the LSC-Montgomery PTA class to achieve a 100 percent first-time board pass rate. 

  • The Lone Star College-Montgomery Choir will perform its fall concert “Nightfall,” Thursday, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall located in building H. 

  • Hear from one of Texas Monthly’s “ten writers to watch” at Lone Star College-Montgomery during the next Writers in Performance event. Mary Helen Specht will speak about her novel Migratory Animals Thursday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. in Building G Room 102. The novel tells the story of a group of 30-somethings struggling with choices that could change the trajectory of their lives. 

  • LSC-Montgomery celebrated Constitution Day with a student essay contest addressing the question “Do laws regarding ‘hate speech’ violate the Constitution?"

  • Curator Charlie Peña presents “Bienvenidos Seres Queridos/Welcomed Loved Ones,” an exhibit celebrating Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead at LSC-Montgomery. The art will be on display beginning Monday, Oct. 10 through Friday Nov. 4. at the Mary Matteson-Parish Art Gallery. 

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