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Shoreline grad shares vision for feeding the world at Farming of the Future event, Tues., Oct. 25

Shoreline grad shares vision for feeding the world at Farming of the Future event, Tues., Oct. 25

Nick Begley has a vision for the future. The University of Washington Bothell master’s candidate is studying how emerging and alternative technologies like hydroponics, aeroponics, and aquaponics might help meet the challenges facing modern agriculture: population growth and climate change. Begley, a Shoreline Community College graduate of the class of 2014, will present highlights of his research at Shoreline on […]

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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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Shoreline welcomes ITT Technical Institute students displaced by closure

Shoreline welcomes ITT Technical Institute students displaced by closure

Shoreline Community College welcomes all students, including those impacted by the recent closure of ITT Technical Institute. Shoreline has a long history of offering innovative programs at the forefront of business, technology, and design. The following programs at Shoreline may be of particular interest to students who might have considered ITT Technical Institute: Business Administration Business – Accounting Computer & Electrical Engineering […]

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles fuels student success with major donation to Shoreline’s MOPAR CAP program

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles fuels student success with major donation to Shoreline’s MOPAR CAP program

Shoreline Community College MOPAR CAP (Motor Parts Career Automotive Program) students will take their learning to the next level thanks to a recent generous donation from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The FCA donation includes 21 pallets of the latest automotive technology, such as engines, transmissions, transaxles, and axles. The donated components will help give Shoreline’s students a leg up in […]

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General Motors supports excellence in automotive education with donation to Shoreline

General Motors supports excellence in automotive education with donation to Shoreline

General Motors (GM) recently donated approximately $150k worth of GM automobiles to Shoreline Community College’s GM ASEP (Automotive Service Educational Program) program as part of its commitment to support excellence in automotive education. The high-performance vehicles—a 2016 Cadillac CTS4, a 2015 GMC Denali, and a 2015 Camaro—are the latest in GM technology, providing teaching aids for students that represent what […]

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Shoreline launches SALT program to help students increase financial IQ

Shoreline launches SALT program to help students increase financial IQ

To help ensure student success well beyond graduation, Shoreline Community College has partnered with SALT, a financial literacy resource that provides students with advice on paying for college, tips for making smarter money decisions, simple budgeting tools, advice on finding scholarships, and more. Launched on Shoreline’s campus in summer 2016, SALT is a free resource for Shoreline students, graduates, and […]

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Project Biotech brings 65 area high schoolers to campus

Project Biotech brings 65 area high schoolers to campus

What can one learn from Orca scat? Ask the Project Biotech high school students who participated in the one-week “Biotechnology & the Environment” camp at Shoreline Community College July 25-29. Using the same techniques that biological researchers in the field use, including DNA sequence analysis and immunological assays, campers ran a series of tests on Orca scat to determine which […]

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Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards

Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards

Shoreline Community College’s student-run newspaper, the Ebbtide, earned the First Place General Sweeps award in the 2015-16 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) journalism competition. Awards were announced in June 2016. The Ebbtide’s news staff won a total of 12 awards and 3 honorable mentions, amassing more points than any other student newspaper in the competition. A First Place […]

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Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals

Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals

On May 25, Shoreline Community College’s ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) Student Club hosted the Puget Sound Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) for an after-work networking event highlighting the college’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program. The topic of the evening was Net Zero Energy Buildings (buildings that produce as much energy as they consume), with […]

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Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016

Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016

“It’s poetic, in a sense, that I’m getting to show my film at the place that allowed me to make it,” said Nick Terry, writer, director, cinematographer, editor, producer, and star of Finding October, a film that is premiering at the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival on Mon., May 30 at Shoreline Community College. Terry, a Shoreline alumnus, graduated from the […]

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