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 […]Read more ›
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Today, Shoreline Community College announced a new program that will support eligible students to earn an associate degree with honors and transfer to a top four-year university to complete their bachelor’s degree—saving a significant amount on the cost of their overall tuition for a bachelor’s degree. The new program, American Honors, will enhance the existing Honors program offered at Shoreline. […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›