Archive | May, 2015

One Student’s Experience in Jamaica

Originally posted on Shoreline Study Abroad:
For more than ten years running, Shoreline psychology instructor Bob Thompson has been taking students to a rural area in the Blue Mountains to work in local schools and learn about Jamaican life and culture from the community. Every single person we’ve talked to about this study abroad program has…

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2015 Community College Master Teacher Institute

  Human Migration and Refugees: Peril and Hope Please join us for a two day curriculum development workshop on migration, refugees, and immigrant communities.  Learn how to incorporate these topics into your existing curricula, develop activities to bring back to the classroom, and connect with colleagues.  This institute will bring together community college educators interested […]

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Sunfest!

There’s nothing more refreshing on a warm and sunny spring day than a pie in the face, right? On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week (May 20-22), Shoreline’s Student Leadership Center held their annual Sunfest celebration. During Sunfest, there are many performances and activities for students, as well as free food and drinks! On each […]

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Free Movie with Your Friends!

What’s better than watching a good movie? Going to the movie theater with your friends for free! Right now is the beginning of Summer Movie Blockbuster Season, a time when lots of movies are released. Shoreline student organizations and clubs have done some free movie events. The International Peer Mentors took students to see Avengers: […]

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Shoreline Hosts Northwest International Education Association

International education professionals and college faculty members from around Washington State gathered at Shoreline Community College on Friday, May 1 for the spring quarter Northwest International Education Association (NIEA) meeting. At this quarter’s meeting, NIEA’s mini-grant program was a main agenda item. NIEA offers mini-grants of up to $1,250 to faculty at member colleges to […]

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