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 […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
A stellar panel of experts gathered Thursday, Feb. 5, 2014 at Shoreline Community College to discuss one of the more hotly debated subjects of the day: Genetically modified food. The panel included Toby Bradshaw, Ph.D., chair of the University of Washington Biology Department, Natalie DiNicola, Ph.D., Vice President of Sustainable Ag partnerships at Monsanto Co., and Christina Own, Ph.D., program […]Read more ›
Samuel M. Shepherd spoke Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at Shoreline Community College as part of the Global Eyes series sponsored by the Global Affairs Center at the college. Shepherd’s presentation was titled, “Chinese-Japanese Relations in a New World Order.” Shepherd is Senior Advisor with the Associates in Cultural Exchange based in Seattle and manages his own consulting firm, Shepherd & […]Read more ›
Participants in Great Discussions 2014, a program of the Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, discussed the issue of America’s energy independence at a May 1, 2014 event at the college. The program is an eight-week series of discussions on issues of worldwide importance. The program is based on the very successful Great Decisions program sponsored by the Foreign […]Read more ›
One of the globe’s most dire humanitarian issues is about to be beamed live to the Shoreline Community College campus. More than 600,000 people, about the size of Seattle’s population, have fled the violence in Syria and are now living in towns, cities and refugee camps in Jordan. The exodus is continuing, with hundreds and sometimes thousands of men, women […]Read more ›