Category: Academics

Shoreline students watch history unfold with interdisciplinary class Road to the White House

Shoreline students watch history unfold with interdisciplinary class Road to the White House

History and political science professor Terry Taylor is familiar with the ups and downs of election seasons: he’s co-taught the interdisciplinary class “Road to the White House” every election since 2000. And while every campaign season has its own quirks, Taylor says that this year’s battle for the White House has potential to change the face of elections as we […]

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Two Shoreline Honors students present work at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

Two Shoreline Honors students present work at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

Shoreline Honors Program students Ashley Cowan and Sophie Morse presented at the University of Washington’s 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Fri., May 20. Cowan, a sophomore at Shoreline studying Political Science and International Studies, presented her research titled “Youth on the Margins: An Analysis of Youth Political Participation and Diversity in the United States.” Her faculty mentor for the […]

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Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

As the energy industry continues to advance, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program remains nimble in its course offerings to anticipate and meet the growing needs of employers and consumers. In a new class added in winter of 2016, Shoreline students got to delve into the world of off-grid power generation and storage, a hot topic in the energy industry. […]

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Shoreline students Lee-Ping Chin (left) and Sophie Morse (right) are members of the All-Washington Academic Team.

Two Shoreline students named to All-Washington Academic Team

Shoreline Community College students Sophie Morse and Li-Ping Chin have been named to the All-Washington Academic Team, as selected by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Students are selected for the All-Washington Academic Team for outstanding achievement in and outside of the classroom and for making positive contributions to their community. The team is made up of students from Washington’s community […]

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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

This winter, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program students got real-world training on how to work with clients in an industry setting. In January, following months of research, students in the Zero Energy Design Practicum class presented an in-depth solar installation proposal to a board of managers and directors at the State of Washington’s Public Health Laboratories. “Within the CET […]

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Clean Energy Technology Program Helps Students Land Real-World Jobs

Clean Energy Technology Program Helps Students Land Real-World Jobs

Shoreline Community College’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program not only teaches students the skills that make them desirable to industry employers, but it also offers a class that helps them to land real-world jobs. In Louise Petruzzella’s Career Seminar course, students get to practice their interviewing skills on real employers in the clean energy industry during a mock interview session. […]

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Toyota T-TEN program gains highest certification

Toyota T-TEN program gains highest certification

  They’ve done it again. For years, the Toyota Technician Training and Education Network (T-TEN) program at Shoreline Community College has been among the best in the country.  A recent visit by Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. (Toyota) officials confirmed that the well-earned reputation continues and is well-deserved. Toyota’s T-TEN Program is a partnership between Toyota, community colleges such as […]

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Graduates get warm reception at 2015 Commencement

Graduates get warm reception at 2015 Commencement

A gymnasium full of Shoreline Community College students became Shoreline Community College graduates at the 51st Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, June 7, 2015. With the bleachers and overflow rooms packed, the event was presided over by President Cheryl Roberts, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs Bob Francis and Board of Trustees Chair Tom Lux. Joining them on stage were […]

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Shoreline Honors Student and 30-Year Boeing Veteran Presents at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

Shoreline Honors Student and 30-Year Boeing Veteran Presents at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

Shoreline student John Brew presented his Honors research project, “Analysis of Future Trends in Neural Recording,” at the University of Washington’s annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Fri., May 15. Brew’s project uses past trends to predict when future milestones in technological advances might occur in brain computer interfaces. The honors student was one of over 1,000 undergraduates presenting research projects […]

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DECA team all business at international competition

DECA team all business at international competition

  The Shoreline Community College DECA team has returned from the 2015 Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) with nine Top Ten finishers, four Top Three plaques and numerous medals. Out of 18 students competing, 14 were finalists in the competition at Orlando, Fla. The individuals and teams participating in this year’s conference had stiff competition from other college in […]

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