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  • 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. 

  • Scholarships not only help make dreams come true for students, but also professors as Amy Denton knows having recently won the inaugural Killer Nashville Jimmy Loftin Memorial Scholarship.

  • Receiving Walter B. Cooper Memorial Scholarship motivates Phi Theta Kappa student to keep pushing toward his dream of a career in public service.

  • Take a break this holiday season to attend a variety of L.I.F.E. programs that are tasty, musical, historical, informative and fun.

  • Lone Star College-North Harris encourages students to take advantage of filing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) early, but now students will be able to access the application even sooner than they thought!

  • Veteran’s Day is a day to reflect on the military men and women who sacrificed and fought for the country’s freedom. At Lone Star College-Kingwood, students, employees and the community are invited to presentation regarding the American Civil War and its Union veterans. Dr. Brian Jordan, history professor at Sam Houston State University, will discuss his widely-praised book, “Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War”. This book was the runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in 2015.

  • Many items once useful in daily life are discarded, or relegated to scrapbooks or dusty attics. In the artist’s mind and hand, these “objets trouvé”, French term for found objects, can yield themselves to new iterations and sometimes surprising forms. Bringing meaning to the expression, “one person’s trash is another’s treasure”, the Fine Art Gallery at Lone Star College-Kingwood presents, “The Art of Found Objects”.

  • Lone Star College-North Harris and its satellite centers will host a series of College Nights for prospective students and their families. The first event will kick-off at LSC-North Harris on Tuesday, Oct. 25 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the college’s Student Services Building lobby, located at 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive in Houston.

  • The future of human beings is a complex and interesting topic that will be discussed in detail at Lone Star College-Kingwood. A Rice University professor and evolutionary biologist, Dr. Scott Solomon will share the research and ideas contained in his new book, “Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution” with students, employees and the community. The free presentation is on Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 12-1 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall.

  • Lone Star College-North Harris was enlisted as one of 40 colleges to serve as a service training site for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) US LLC. The program, known as Mopar CAP (Career Automotive Program) Local, is sponsored in partnership with the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) to train approximately 1,000 students annually. The program will officially launch at LSC-North Harris on October 27.

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