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Prestigious research conference canceled, opportunities remain for students

April 28, 2020
Like many national events, the 2020 National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR), the most prestigious undergraduate research conference in the U.S., scheduled for March 26-28 at Montana State University in Bozeman Montana didn’t…

San Jacinto College announces online summer terms

April 28, 2020
  PASADENA, Texas – San Jacinto College has announced the continuation of online courses through the summer terms, as part of the College’s altered operations plan due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.   The May Mini term will be…

Traveling through time in Texas and beyond

April 28, 2020
  Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) global outbreak, San Jacinto College is not recommending domestic or foreign travel at this time. This article discusses future travel destinations that may be available once the outbreak has subsided…

Mind Trekkers offers jaw-dropping STEM demos

April 27, 2020
  Can you shoot a ping-pong ball through a soda can? Students experienced the adventurous side of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) during San Jacinto College’s 2020 Mind Trekkers Adventures in STEM Festival March 5-6.…

Route to 66: How Bel Air’s journey from factory to present included San Jac pit stop

April 27, 2020
  Driving by a Pasadena used car lot in 1997, Bob Kelly spied a curved roof in the back and slammed on the brakes. Twenty-four hours later, he pocketed the keys to a 1954 Chevy Bel Air. Working in NASA’s Mission Control Center, Kelly had…

Open Books options, achievements continue to grow after three years

April 27, 2020
  San Jacinto College has coined its own name for accessible, affordable higher education: Open Books. This spring, when the College moved to online/hybrid instruction to promote social distancing, it already had Open Books in its toolkit…