COLLEGE OPENS $18.7 MILLION LAB, LECTURE HALL.
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VALENCIA -- A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Wednesday for College of the Canyons' new $18.7 million laboratory and lecture hall lecture hall n → sala de conferencias;
(UNIV) → aula
lecture hall lecture n → amphithéâtre m
for science, health and engineering.
Biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy astronomy, branch of science that studies the motions and natures of celestial bodies, such as planets, stars, and galaxies; more generally, the study of matter and energy in the universe at large. and allied health facilities will be housed in the Aliso Lab and Aliso Hall, which will also be home to the Math, Engineering, Science Achievement Program, popularly called MESA. The 43,000-square-foot facilities, allowing the college to expand its science offerings and student access to core classes, were funded with state money and Measure C bond revenue.
(1) While people tour the new facilities Wednesday at College of the Canyons College of the Canyons is one of the fastest-growing community colleges in the state. According to the National Junior College Research Association, College of the Canyons consistently ranks in the top 50 community colleges in the nation. , nursing student Shellie Arrington monitors the simulated heartbeat (1) A periodic signal generated by hardware for activation and/or synchronization purposes. See MHz.
(2) A periodic signal generated by hardware or software to indicate that it is still running.
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(2) Jayme Young conducts experiments on bacteria in glass tubes during her bioscience course in the new 43,000-square-foot facilities.
(3) The new technologically equipped laboratory and lecture hall facilities at College of the Canyons will be used for a variety of science, health and engineering courses.
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