SHARE: It came as no surprise, but just because something is expected to happen does not mean that it still can’t be disappointing.
SHARE: The empty basement of the E-building will soon transform into new state-of-the-art science labs, classrooms and faculty offices, as the final installment of Measure P has allotted $1.6 million in funding towards this project.
SHARE: PCC is to significantly benefit from the passage of two statewide propositions from the Nov. 8 General Election ballot, propositions 51 and 55, by being able to rebuild the U Building and to retain teachers.
SHARE: If Proposition 51 on the upcoming Nov. 8 General Election ballot fails, the U Building — the condemned, eerily silent 80,000-square-foot science building adjacent to the Bonnie parking areas and the Science Village — may be doomed. Voters can…
SHARE: PCC, in conjunction with California State University Los Angeles (CSULA), has been awarded more than $450,000 over three years for its work to provide at-risk students with specialized programs to help them succeed in STEM fields.
SHARE: A single white curtain hanging in the open doorway of a particular room in the science village blocks wandering eyes for their own good.
Dr. Nate Lewis from California Institute of Technology kicked off National Chemistry week by giving a lecture on his latest research on artificial photosynthesis at the Harberson Hall.