Lewis named ACCT Western Region Faculty Award recipient
“Our faculty consistently raise the bar for community college education at the state and national levels, and Matt Lewis is no exception,” said Dr. Brenda Hellyer, San Jacinto College Chancellor.
San Jacinto College students assist engineer with wing design patent
When retired control systems engineer James Lawrence needed assistance with his patent for a new wing design, a team of San Jacinto College students stepped up to the challenge.
Students selected to conduct cancer research at University of Iowa
Conducting cancer research, this is how four San Jacinto College students are spending their summer as the only community college students accepted to the Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) program.
Students complete Energy Education and Career Corps internship program: Bank of America grant has contributed $80,000 to workforce education program
Now in its fourth year, 48 students to date have completed the San Jacinto College Energy Education and Career Corps (EECC) program.
Mind Trekkers, Space and Earth Days free and open to the public
San Jacinto College is hosting three events this spring that are sure to be out of this world while also down to Earth.
Apollo 7 pilot and HMNS anthropology curator will debate severity of climate change: San Jacinto College to host climate change debate
Cunningham and Van Tuerenhout featured guest debaters on Feb. 23 at the San Jacinto College South Campus
Collegewide STEM Expos and outreach activities highlight fall 2016
Fall semester is no ordinary time at San Jacinto College.
New technical writing course could lead to job opportunities
Venture a collaboration between San Jacinto College and LyondellBasell
EnergyVenture reaches milestone during 8th year
More students are returning to school this month with fresh perspectives about the petrochemical industry and careers thanks to the EnergyVenture summer camp.
Gonzalez interns with NASA, encourages other young women to pursue STEM fields
Yasmeen Gonzalez will represent San Jacinto College at the fall 2016 NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) workshop.
Three students take to Rice University labs to research stem cells, zebrafish and heart disease
The San Jacinto College students were selected as interns in the Rice University Summer Undergraduate Research Program
Algebrish: A winning formula
Course linking math, English gains national attention
Aerospace Academy to offer August sessions for SeaAero Camp
Camp focuses on underwater robotics’ role in aerospace industry
Upward Bound Math and Science Academy graduates 20 high school seniors
Graduating Upward Bound high school seniors received a total of $400,000 in scholarships
Bank of America continues to support College’s energy internship program: Energy Education and Career Corps program has assisted 36 students to date
EECC program receives another $20,000 workforce development and education grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
Timani selected for Community College Aerospace Scholars program: San Jacinto College student one of approximately 200 students to participate in NASA workshop
Timani represented San Jacinto College as one of 216 community college students nationwide chosen to participate in this year’s NCAS program.
Robotics students headed to inaugural NASA Swarmathon competition: San Jacinto College chosen as one of 12 teams nationally
San Jacinto College, in partnership with UHCL, and the University of Houston main campus, are the only two participating teams from Texas.
Noted neuroscientist to speak at San Jacinto College
Educator and bestselling author to sign books
Annual Space Science Day Community Night coming to San Jacinto College: NASA to bring fun, excitement with interactive activities
Free and family-friendly event will feature Oreo Cookie moon phases, virtual Mars Rover landing, guest speaker, and a Star Party
Engineering associate degree program recognized as leader in retention and transition
To date, the San Jacinto College engineering sciences associate degree program has seen an overall College-wide enrollment increase of 1,000 percent since Fall 2014.