The goal of the program is to “innovate STEM teaching strategies to support historically underrepresented student groups.”
Many of LBCC’s trade programs were cut during the recession, but the college and industry partners have helped rebuild or reboot seven programs, including automotive technology and manufacturing.
Romali’s candidacy for the job comes just two years after she became president and superintendent of the Long Beach Community College District.
Attendees will get to see what it’s like to weld through virtual reality machines, play “Red Light, Green Light” using the electrical program’s traffic signals and see 3D printing with the Advanced Manufacturing program.
Students were warned to shelter in place, but the report of a gunman turned out to be a false alarm, according to police.
LBCC’s Board of Trustees credits Reagan Romali with lowering the district’s budget deficit by over $10 million and increasing summer enrollment, among other things.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) has been selected as one of seven Los Angeles County community colleges to launch the Los Angeles County “Promises that Count” initiative, the college announced Monday.
“When we return here for our grand re-opening, we will be standing in front of a renovated auditorium that will look very similar from the front, but will be far improved inside,” said LBCC Superintendent-President Reagan F. Romali.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) celebrated the grand opening of two buildings that house the Electrical Technology Program and the Lifetime Learning Center at the Pacific Coast Campus.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) will add five new members to its Hall of Fame with an Induction Ceremony and Dinner next Thursday, October 12.