The Latino Learning Center in Houston, Texas, recently held its Annual Humanitarian Awards, where Marie Flickinger was honored in the Special Recognition for a Philanthropic Life category for her longtime support and advocacy of the South Belt community.
San Jacinto College selected to Rice's OpenStax Institutional Partnership
The San Jacinto College process technology student team has done it again, capturing gold at the 2018 North American Process Technology Alliance (NAPTA) Troubleshooting Competition for the second consecutive year.
Instructor recognized for training next generation of mariners
Robert “Mark” Lloyd, maritime instructor at San Jacinto College, recently captured the 40 Under 40 Award in recognition of his work in training the next generation of merchant mariners. The award, designated by the Inland Marine Expo (IMX), recognizes the top 40 individuals under the age of 40 working in the inland marine industry.
Maritime professionals and educators from across the United States recently convened at San Jacinto College to discuss solutions for a growing problem, recruiting and training mariners to alleviate a workforce shortage already underway.
Sanchez balances two careers, crunching numbers by day and fighting at night
From nine to five, Roberto Sanchez is a mild-mannered actuarial analyst for American National Insurance, but in the evening, he becomes ‘Little Fury,’ a name given to him for his stature and dominance in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
San Jacinto College students attend prestigious NEW Leadership Texas program
PASADENA, Texas – The San Jacinto College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) was recently recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for delivering the disaster loan program to survivors of Hurricane Harvey.
San Jacinto College student appointed to State coordinating board
A bomb technician, a welder and a former third-grade teacher were among the 33 San Jacinto College students who displayed research at the College’s first district-wide Undergraduate Research Symposium.
From football to space exploration, student eyes career with NASA
With more than 5 million people diagnosed with this form of cancer in the United States each year, the Community Education Center at San Jacinto College will host a free workshop during Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
College’s PTK students receive regional and international accolades
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