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  • TOMBALL, Texas – Working in an environment where fitness is promoted on a daily basis is a big reason why Dorease Bruner takes advantage of Lone Star College-Tomball’s Wellness Center, and it is also the reason why, for the fourth consecutive year, the college has been designated a Gold-level recipient of the American Heart Association’s Fit Friendly Worksites recognition.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – Dr. Anne Ginnett, director of Lone Star College-Tomball’s lifePATH™ program, is inviting the community to meet and visit with LSC-Tomball lifePATH™ students while they share their spring 2017 semester work during the lifePATH™ Partners Gallery Walk. The lifePATH™ Partners Gallery Walk will take place Friday, March 31, from 10 a.m. to noon in the LSC-Tomball Beckendorf Conference Center.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – According to a recent survey by the National Survey of Student Engagement, 98 percent of students say they’ve experienced boredom at some point while learning at school, and one in five first-year college students report having difficulty learning course material largely due to how it’s presented. Hoping to tackle this issue head-on, Lone Star College-Tomball has piloted the Instructional Technology Certification Program (ITCP). Participating faculty members are taught how to...

  •  TOMBALL, Texas – LSC-Tomball on Monday hosted the first of a series of workshops to help address questions surrounding the recent immigration order named "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” signed by President Donald Trump on Jan. 27.

  •  TOMBALL, Texas – Sophomore Fredrick Harris has always had a thirst for learning new things, and on Tuesday, he and more than 40 other Lone Star College-Tomball students had the opportunity to learn something new about advocacy and the legislative process during Community College Day 2017 at the Texas State Capital.

  • TOMBALL, Texas - Sophomore Janeth Del Carmen Castellanos has been selected as the Lone Star College-Tomball winner of the annual Lone Star College Foundation essay contest. She was one of six LSC students selected for the award and a $1,000 scholarship. Winners presented their essays during the 24th annual LSC Foundation Chancellor’s Breakfast on Jan. 31.

  •  Lone Star College-Tomball President Dr. Lee Ann Nutt and Tomball Independent School District Superintendent Huey Kinchen signed a ceremonial agreement on Tuesday, January 24, solidifying the partnership between the two entities to establish an early college high school, Tomball Star Academy, beginning fall 2017. The event rounded out an interactive Community Forum, hosted by Dr. Nutt, at which she shared information and updates about LSC-Tomball with community members.

  • Lone Star College-Tomball Speech professor Dr. Sean Tiffee has been nominated for the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Award. This prestigious award is based on nominations from colleges across the state of Texas.  

  • To allow for more applicants to take advantage of local training opportunities, the Lone Star College-Tomball’s pharmacy technician program has extended its application deadline for the spring 2017 Fast Track cohort to Wednesday, January 11, at 5 pm. 

  • Lone Star College-Tomball student Jessica Kivlehen has been selected as a 2016 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar. Kivlehen was one of only 200 recipients to receive this award out of a pool of over 1,100 applicants. 

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