This Fall semester, Sinclair Community College has become the second college in the state of Ohio to offer an electroneurodiagnostic (END) degree. While the electroneurodiagnostic technology has been around for some time in various dated forms, it is advancing into a life-saving and sophisticated field that is in high demand for students and employees.
Sinclair celebrated International Day of Peace by hosting a “Beyond Sound Bites and Stereotypes: Meeting Islam in Person” program by the Multifaith Campus Alliance and the Muslim Student Association. The program took place on Wednesday, September 21 at the Sinclair library loggia. It featured a presentation and panel discussion with Muslim faculty members and staff.
Looking for opportunities to be published during your time at Sinclair? The first step might be to pick up a copy of “Flights,” the Literary Journal of Sinclair Community College. Featuring artwork from Sinclair Professor Mark Echtner, the newest edition of “Flights” will be available on campus soon.
It’s that time of year again, y’all! It’s fall, and the leaves are changing colors. Okay, the leaves aren’t changing colors yet, and it’s barely official. Let’s get real though. If the month is after August and ends in –ember: it’s FALL!
Does flying across the country to meet strangers sound like a healthy decision? What about sharing hotel rooms for events? Perhaps you’ve heard the stranger danger talk, I certainly did. I wasn’t raised too shabby, but life is simply doing just that. Everyone will just be a stranger if you let him or her be […]