SHARE: PCC is about to launch Starfish, a software platform that sends early-alerts to students based on their class performance and faculty concerns, then puts them in contact in real time with the resources designed to help them such as…
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: Southern California Public Radio hosted Girl Geek Dinners last Thursday to help professional women and female students come together for an evening discussion of how big data is used in politics and government.
SHARE: Entrepreneur and philanthropist Mick Ebeling held a book reading and discussion at Vroman’s Bookstore earlier this month to talk about his dedication to help others while staying creative.
Whether it’s for the attention or to cope with the situation, the use of social media during an event like an earthquake something used by students and professionals to learn about an earthquake.
From toys to space travel and candy to body parts, the grand opening of the “Fab Lab” this month showcased the groundbreaking technology that Pasadena City College offers in the emerging realm of 3-D printing.
SHARE: Hidden in the Center for the Arts on the third floor, a secluded hallway leads to two heavy wooden doors. On it a sign reads: “Studio entrance is restricted to students enrolled in drawing classes only.”
There is no denying that cellphones, in particular smart phones, have made people’s lives easier. If you need to call someone, no need to stop at a payphone when you have a phone in your pocket. Need to look up…
With the rapid increase of quality in technology and the demand students have for it, professors and instructors at PCC have slowly become more tolerant of technology's presence in the classroom.