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Summer Internship Helps Students Prepare for Science Careers

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Two FRCC Earth science students got an incredible learning—and professional development—experience this summer through the Geo-Launchpad program. Geo-Launchpad helps community college students from Colorado and New Mexico develop the research skills they need for their futures. The program provides students a pathway to careers in science, engineering or technology—and is dedicated to increasing the diversity […]

FRCC Gets Major NSF Grant for New Manufacturing Program

Longmont, Colo. – The National Science Foundation has awarded Front Range Community College a grant for close to half a million dollars for the creation of a new manufacturing program. This Advanced Technological Education grant comes as the nationwide manufacturing industry is struggling to address a shortage of skilled technicians. In northern Colorado, advanced manufacturing […]

Grant Will Enhance STEM Education at FRCC

Fort Collins, Colo. – Front Range Community College will participate in a cooperative grant to improve undergraduate teaching in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This National Science Foundation (NSF) grant will be run jointly with the University of Colorado-Boulder and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. The project is formally called “Collaborative Research: […]

August 21 Solar Eclipse: What You Need to Know

A total solar eclipse is when the moon comes directly between Earth and the sun. This happens fairly frequently, roughly twice a year. However, because the moon’s shadow is so small, any particular place on Earth will rarely see a total solar eclipse. Only those within the dark band on the NASA map will see […]

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