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Looking at the solar eclipse through a specialized telescope on Central Park Campus.

ECLIPSE VIEWINGS DRAW CROWDS

ECLIPSE VIEWINGS DRAW CROWDS

People of all ages took part in the solar eclipse viewing at the Central Park Campus. For more photos of that event, click here. Collin College got swept up in the excitement of the Great American Eclipse, Aug. 21. Groups of eager sun gazers gathered at events across the district to get a glimpse of

The new Geology 1402 class discusses earth's majesty, mysteries and dangers, building on topics covered in Earth Science I.

EARTH SCIENCE II CLASS ABOUT MORE THAN ROCKS

This spring, Collin College will offer Geology 1402 – Earth Science II for the first time. The course, which is designed for non-science majors, includes a lab. Students will learn about climate change, renewable resources, fossil fuels, hurricanes, volcanoes, solar flares, extinction events, impact craters, rip currents, earthquakes and more. Collin Cougar sat down with

PROFESSOR NAMED AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY FELLOW

Collin College chemistry professor Amina El-Ashmawy was recently named an American Chemical Society Fellow. To be eligible for this prestigious fellowship, nominees must exhibit excellence and leadership that have a lasting impact in science, the chemistry profession, education or management. Only 96 men and women from across the country were announced this year as Fellows. El-Ashmawy

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