The empty basement of the E-building will soon transform into new state-of-the-art science labs, classrooms and faculty offices, as the final installment of Measure P has allotted $1.6 million in funding towards this project.
Five professional women gave their perspective on how to make it in the computer science and STEM-associated fields during She.Codes’ annual #Include Women in CS conference on Nov. 18 in the Creveling Lounge.
The futures of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students at PCC are looking bright with the recent awarding of a $6 million grant that will be used to recruit and support students who wish to be a part of the field.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded the scientific brains of PCC with an $850,000 grant that will allow them to work in some of the most advanced labs in the area in order to experience the life of a scientist firsthand.
If Proposition 51 on the upcoming Nov. 8 General Election ballot fails, the U Building — the condemned, eerily silent 80,000-square-foot science building adjacent to the Bonnie parking areas and the Science Village — may be doomed. Voters can do something about this.
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.