Monthly Archives: June 2013

NATIONAL TENNIS CHAMPIONS SHARE THEIR STORIES

NATIONAL TENNIS CHAMPIONS SHARE THEIR STORIES

Collin College Women’s Team pictured above. Both nationally ranked this season, Collin College men’s and women’s tennis teams dedicated years of work to reaching the level required to be competitive. Men’s team captain Chris Carrillo and women’s team member Lauren Clark share the stories of how tennis became their passion. Carrillo first picked up a

BUILDING YOUR RESUME – SUMMERTIME TIPS

Summer activity choices in 2013 can impact a career in 2015. For this reason, Collin College Career Services Job Development Coordinator Elaine Stewart encourages students to spend the free time they typically have during the summer improving their resume to prepare for a competitive job market. Part-Time or Temporary Jobs For students just beginning their

BEHIND THE SCENES WITH COLLIN THEATRE

Not every role in a production takes place on the stage. In fact, important positions in each performance involve the work of people the audience members don’t see. At Collin Theatre Center, one of those individuals is stage manager Devon Miller. “Putting a show together is a long, tedious and above all else extraordinary experience,”

SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE CLASSROOM

In a society where nearly everyone is glued to a smart phone or computer, social media is literally at peoples’ fingertips. English Professor Scott Cheney said he enjoys connecting with new technology, and he wants his students to know it can also function as a tool. “I use Twitter almost every day in some way,”

COLLEGE NEWS | JUNE 2013

The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) has approved Collin College’s polysomnographic technology associate degree program for accreditation. The Collin College Men’s and Women’s tennis teams both finished third in their respective national tennis tournaments. The women’s tournament was held in Tucson, Arizona and resulted in the highest finish for the women’s

A TASTE OF SUMMER WITH CHEF SEVERS

Summer is almost officially here, and so are summertime recipes. Chef Tom Severs from the Collin College Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Education shares a fun and flavorsome taste of the season. Almond Ginger Chicken Salad Yields: 4 portions Ingredients 24 oz Chicken breast, cooked and diced  (roasted, grilled, baked) 6 oz Celery, small dice 1 tsp

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