LSCS News - All Campuses

  • The Lone Star College System Board of Trustees will hold its workshop and regular meeting Thursday, May 7, 2015, at 6 p.m. in the board room of the Lone Star College Training and Development Center, 5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX  77381.

  • Lone Star College-Montgomery history professor Dr. Craig Livingston has been selected as a 2015 Piper Professor, a statewide award that recognizes professors who excel in their teaching dedication, by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation. 

  • The 2015 edition of Uproar, the college's Literary & Arts Journal received a warm reception as faculty, staff and students joined the writers, artists, editor and faculty at an author-and-artist signing party on Wednesday, April 22.

  • LSC-University Park's commencement ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, May 8, at The Centrum at Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, 6823 Cypresswood Drive. 

  • Three seniors at area high schools were awarded $1,500 scholarships at the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce's annual Education and Scholarship Luncheon on April 9.

  • More than 250 people are expected for the Lone Star College Law Enforcement Academy's graduation ceremony at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 9, in West Dining on campus. Retired Houston Police Department Sgt. David Houston will deliver the graduation address. He will speak about the exemplary police officer, and will discuss the building blocks of character, competency, professionalism and leadership. 

  • About 300 students, faculty members and dignitaries explored issues of global interest at Lone Star College’s 12th Annual International Education Conference Friday, April 10, at the Lone Star College-University Park Conference Center.

  • Students, faculty and staff from across the college were encouraged to stop by the Invitation-2-Innovate (i2i) booth on campus to share their ideas regarding new processes, products or approaches that could improve the campus, college or the world. 

  • College is a perfect time to develop and refine leadership skills and thanks to "Latinos Learning to Lead," a new semester-long program designed by Dean of Student Success Julie Gruber, LSC-University Park students are becoming stronger leaders. 

  • The National Science Foundation has awarded Lone Star College a $430,291 grant to develop instructional modules for workforce training programs in Process Technology.

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