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LSC-Montgomery News

  • Lone Star College-Montgomery students are forging their own path in research. Five professors and one student have been awarded grants from LSC-Montgomery’s newly formed Undergraduate Research Institute (URI). Meet Vasupradha Vasudevan, a student doing important work with algae.

  • Doctor, nurse, dentist, dental hygienist, physical therapy assistant and radiologic technologist to share experiences March 29.

  • Lone Star College-Montgomery student Savannah Martin is one of 20 two-year college students named to the All-USA Community College Academic Team. Savannah is being honored for her outstanding intellectual achievement, leadership, community and campus engagement with a $5,000 scholarship, furnished by Follett Higher Education Group.

  •  If you or someone you love has been recovering from an accident or surgery with physical therapy, chances are a Lone Star College-Montgomery student has treated them. Graduates from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at LSC-Montgomery represent 75 percent of the Physical Therapist Assistants in our area. This program is celebrating its 20th anniversary and staff are inviting the community to join in and make a difference in patient care in our area.

  • If your New Year’s resolution is to stay in shape, look no further than Lone Star College-Montgomery’s “Healthier U” wellness expo, job fair and golf tournament. Save the date, the event will kick off Wednesday, April 5.

  • Say bon voyage to approximately 40 puppies boarding a twin engine Cesna to fly to new homes Saturday, March 25 at Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport. The dogs will board the flight from 7 - 8 a.m. This is the fourth year in a row Lone Star College-Montgomery is sponsoring a flight so these dogs can get a second chance at a new life.

  • It is no April Fools’ joke, put this on your calendar: the Texas Wildlife and Woodland Expo and Spring Fling will take place on April 1 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Lone Star College-Montgomery.

  • True to the name of the non-profit she runs outside of teaching at Lone Star College-Montgomery, Dr. Tarcia Hubert is truly ‘Making Awesome Things Happen’ (M.A.T.H.) in Montgomery County. Fresh off her trip to the White House for a conference focused on inclusive Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education for youth of color, Dr. Hubert is bringing her program to LSC-Montgomery this summer. The summer program is called Math and Minorities in STEM or M&Ms in STEM.

  • 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. 

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