Machine Technology Department Debuts Metrology Program
Aug24

Machine Technology Department Debuts Metrology Program

The Machine Technology Department is offering a new metrology program this fall. Metrology is the scientific study of measurement and is used in the technical trades of machining, welding, fabrication and drafting. The new certificate program is partially funded by California Strong Workforce Initiative, and was created in response to industry demands from local advanced manufacturing companies to help fill in-demand employment...

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A Shallow Creek with a Deep View into History: Project RAISE Seminar Slated for Sept. 11
Aug24

A Shallow Creek with a Deep View into History: Project RAISE Seminar Slated for Sept. 11

The Fullerton College community is invited to dive into a shallow creek with a deep glimpse into the travels of an ancient fish on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 4:30 p.m. in Building 400, Room 410. Refreshments will be served. Join Cal State Fullerton Geology Professor Jeffrey R. Knott to learn about Salt Creek in Death Valley. This creek is barely a creek, it is two miles long, barely a trickle, saltier than the ocean and begins and ends...

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Mindful Mondays is Back with Tranquil Tuesdays
Aug23

Mindful Mondays is Back with Tranquil Tuesdays

Start the week off right with a fresh perspective at Mindful Mondays. FC’s Mindful Growth Initiative presents a series of Mindful Monday sessions starting August 27 from 12 – 12:30 pm. The sessions, which often include meditation, is open weekly to all students and staff. In addition, the program is introducing three Tranquil Tuesday sessions, which will be offered once a month in the afternoon and evening. View the schedule here. The...

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District-sponsored Workshop on Race and Class Inequity
Aug23

District-sponsored Workshop on Race and Class Inequity

North Orange County Community College District Office of Diversity and Compliance and the District Professional Development committee will co-sponsor a workshop titled Challenging the Culture of Cruelty, featuring well-known author and presenter Tim Wise on Thursday, September 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Campus Theatre. The workshop examines the ways in which American politics and culture serve to rationalize inequalities on the basis of...

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Fall 2018 Information Booths Available Opening Week
Aug14

Fall 2018 Information Booths Available Opening Week

Whether it’s locating where a class meets or trying to figure out where to pick up a Campus ID, students won’t need to feel lost on campus during the first week of classes; information booths will be available beginning Monday, August 20 and will remain open through Thursday, August 23. The booths offer information about campus resources, academic programs and student support services to help new students navigate the college during...

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