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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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Robotics demonstrations, 3D printing, and more at Shoreline’s Advanced Manufacturing Open House

Robotics demonstrations, 3D printing, and more at Shoreline’s Advanced Manufacturing Open House

On Thurs., June 2, Shoreline Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing department will open its doors to the public for an open house event featuring live machining demonstrations, a stirling engine competition, student projects, and more. The event runs from 2-5 p.m. in the 2500 building. In addition to being an opportunity for students to share their work with family, friends, and […]

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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’s Toyota T-TEN program and Toyota Motor Sales support Tahoma High School students with donation

Shoreline’s Toyota T-TEN program and Toyota Motor Sales support Tahoma High School students with donation

Shoreline Community College’s Toyota T-TEN program, in collaboration with Toyota Motor Sales, has recently donated two engines, a V8 and a V6, as well as three transmissions to Tahoma High School’s Automotive department. The donation will help support the program that Tahoma High School instructor, Luke Thompson, has designed for his class and that supports up to 125 students. As high […]

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SIFF lineup at Shoreline Community College announced: Rachel Weisz and Elisabeth Moss among big names in films coming to campus

SIFF lineup at Shoreline Community College announced: Rachel Weisz and Elisabeth Moss among big names in films coming to campus

The 42nd annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) released its lineup of films this week, and Shoreline Community College is excited to announce the 25 films being shown at the campus’s state-of-the-art theater May 27 – June 4 as an official venue of the festival. Shoreline’s Opening Night film is The Tenth Man starring Alan Sabbagh. The film was an Official Selection at both […]

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Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch

Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch

Shoreline Community College is about to launch a refreshed design for www.shoreline.edu. For current students, the greatest impact may come from the class schedule. It will be easier to use and provide new features. Course listings will have direct links to an instructor’s contact information and office location via Google maps. The new look will be geared towards helping prospective students […]

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Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13

Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13

Shoreline Community College presents this interactive whodunit mystery musical in Steampunk style. The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a hilarious, interactive whodunit mystery musical that allows the audience to enter the action and become the ultimate detectives. The show is based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name. In small town of Chesterham, England, the young and charming […]

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Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference

Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference

Robots built and programmed by Shoreline Community College students placed 1st and 3rd in the American Society of Mechanical Engineering Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference held at Tacoma Community College April 8-9, 2016. The conference included participants from both two- and four-year institutions across the Pacific Northwest. This was Shoreline Community College’s first year entering the competition with a […]

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Help the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1 reach its goal

Have you been wanting to donate to the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1? Now is the time to do it! The fund is now up to $23,739, just $1,261 short of the $25,000 goal for the fund to become an endowment and provide assistance to students in perpetuity. John Backes, former Shoreline Community College Faculty and […]

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