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Island Time Podcast

Posted on Aug 25, by: Jennifer Simpson

“Island Time” is a podcast not just for instructors but also for students at TAMU-CC that shines a light on the inner working of the campus and the lives of teachers. Listeners will learn about...

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First-Year Islander: College to Career Conference Preparation

Posted on Feb 25, by: Kellie Jarvis and Chelsie Hawkinson

Dear Faculty -    It’s that time of year to begin planning and prepping our students for the First-Year Learning Communities Program culminating event, the First-Year...

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Transition from College to Career with Career Services

Posted on Feb 04, by: Stefani Schomaker, Career Counselor

The Career Services Office offers a variety of services that help our students to be successful.  We have listed some of those services below along with the type of the employment opportunities that are...

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FYLCP Assessment, Fall 2019 Edition

Posted on Nov 20, by: Chimene Burnett & Chelsie Hawkinson

Dear Colleagues,  It’s time to think about assessment! The FYLCP Assessment Committee requests your assistance in two projects this fall.    Fall 2019 FYLCP...

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Green Campus Team Project and Poster Fair

Posted on Nov 05, by: John Wood

Rainwater capture systems, butterfly gardens, coffee grounds and computer programs. Paper recycling and roof-top gardens. These are just a few of the ideas that Into to ESCI students have come up with in the last few...

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Spring 2020 Registration: Advice from an Advisor

Posted on Oct 15, by: Cari Loeffler

Registration for spring 2020 is right around the corner! The spring 2020 schedule will be available to view online beginning October 14th and registration will open the last week of...

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Integrating Peer Mentors into the Classroom

Posted on Oct 01, by: Jennifer L. Simpson

According to Chism and Graziano, the aim of learning communities is to help students to successfully integrate into college by helping them build a connection among students, faculty, and staff (2016).  One...

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