Category: Community Engagement

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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Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus

Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus

Students from 24 high schools across the Puget Sound region converged on Shoreline Community College May 27, 2015, for the 15th Student Bio Expo, hosted by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR). The judged event drew more than 300 students competing in categories from art and dance to molecular modeling and lab research. Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts welcomed the […]

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Get Footloose and Dance the Night Away at Shoreline’s First-Ever Queer Prom, Fri., May 22

Get Footloose and Dance the Night Away at Shoreline’s First-Ever Queer Prom, Fri., May 22

This Fri., May 22, Shoreline Community College will host its first-ever Queer Prom. The event is the brainchild of Project Pride President, student Katie Gelgisser, and welcomes all LGBTQIA-identified people from the campus community and beyond, as well as LGBTQIA allies. The prom takes place from 7-10 p.m. in the PUB Main Dining Room, and is an all-ages event that’s […]

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Shoreline STEM Festival is down to a science

Shoreline STEM Festival is down to a science

  Hundreds of young scientists, parents, friends, educators and others converged on the Shoreline Community College campus Saturday, May 9, for the third annual Shoreline STEM Festival. “It was just so inspiring, so much energy,” Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts said after her remarks at the awards ceremony. Roberts also thanked Shoreline resident Ray Koelling, who initiated the festival three year […]

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Short Film With SCC Ties, “Big Boy,” Puts Shoreline on the Map at Tribeca International Film Festival

Short Film With SCC Ties, “Big Boy,” Puts Shoreline on the Map at Tribeca International Film Festival

A short film with ties to Shoreline made its world debut at the Tribeca International Film Festival this past weekend. The cast and crew of the comedy short “Big Boy,” directed by Seattle area director Bryan Campbell, included Shoreline film and video instructor Tony Doupé and three Shoreline students. Doupé acted in the film, while the students worked in the […]

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Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

  This Saturday, April 18, Shoreline Community College will join 15 other colleges and universities from Washington and Oregon to compete in the first ever collegiate-level Unified Sports soccer tournament through Special Olympics Washington. Unified Sports is a program initiated through Special Olympics promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. By joining people with and without intellectual […]

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Plastic Bag Whale Comes to Shoreline for Earth Week – Makes a Big Splash

Plastic Bag Whale Comes to Shoreline for Earth Week – Makes a Big Splash

On Fri., April 10 a 32-foot gray whale constructed of 9,000 plastic bags and other plastic  waste arrived on the Shoreline campus where it will be housed in the PUB lobby until April 30 as part of the campus-wide Earth Week celebration. The project is the brainchild of local artist and Solid Waste educator Carrie Ziegler, who designed the art piece […]

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Larry Fuell, Director of Shoreline's Global Affairs Center, leads a discussion.

Shoreline’s Global Affairs Center’s Great Discussions Series Starts April 9

Do we need to rethink U.S. foreign policy? Robert Reich identifies four myths of American culture, one of which he calls “The Mob at the Gate,” and is the idea that we see ourselves as “uniquely blessed but continually endangered by foreign menaces.” Reich argues that we need to rethink this and other myths about ourselves and the rest of the […]

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Shoreline Automotive Center Hosts Annual Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference

Shoreline Automotive Center Hosts Annual Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference

The Shoreline Community College Professional Automotive Training Center’s Dealer Training Academy hosted the Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference (VMMC) for the fourth year in a row this week. The conference, which attracted approximately 150-300 industry participants from across the nation, ran from March 24-26. The annual conference offers a chance for industry members to learn from experts in their fields about […]

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U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake Visits Shoreline, Greets New Student Families

U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake Visits Shoreline, Greets New Student Families

  Indonesian students in attendance at Shoreline’s international student orientation for spring quarter got a surprise Mon., March 23 when U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake made an appearance at the college. Ambassador Blake stopped by Shoreline as part of an outreach tour and spent over an hour meeting with Indonesian students and their families, as well as with Shoreline […]

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