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Congratulations to Karen Lynn Esteves - La Prensa Foundation Student of the month

Karen Lynn Esteves is the recipient of the September 2014 La Prensa Foundation Student of the Month Scholarship. Read More >

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Congratulations to Karen Lynn Esteves - La Prensa Foundation Student of the month

Karen Lynn Esteves is the recipient of the September 2014 La Prensa Foundation Student of the Month Scholarship. Read More >

911 Staff Feature

NLC Remembers 911

The Office of Student Success Coordinated a 911 Remembrance Ceremony Read More >

New Student Convocation Feature

NLC Welcomes its Newest Nighthawks

NLC asks its Newest Nighthawks to take the "Commit to Complete" at its Fall 2014 New Student Convocation Read More >

Scholarship Fall Feature

Rep Cuellar Speaks at Scholarship Ceremony

Rep Henry Cuellar (TX-28) spoke at a recent college scholarship ceremony. Read More >

USAA Vets Feature

NLC and USAA Partner to Get Vets Back in Workplace

A new Veteran IT cohort program designed to provide comprehensive software development training and an internship for recently discharged veterans and military spouses Read More >

Robotics Camp Rackspace Feature

Kids Build and Program Robots

Northeast Lakeview College hosts several Summer Robotics Camps this week. Children in grades 3rd through 5th design, build, and program their own robot. Read More >

Community Event - Schertz Feature

College Hosts First Community Listening Session

Northeast Lakeview College requests business and community input at the first in a series of Community Listening Sessions Read More >

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Assessment Consultant visits NLC

Dr. Nassim Ebrahimi talks with NLC faculty and staff about College Assessment and its importance. Read More >

Students Learn About Employment in Bioeffects

 At a recent presentation from three professionals from the Bioeffects Division in the United States Air Force (USAF), students at Northeast Lakeview College with an interest in mathematics received an overview of what opportunities are available in the Bioeffects field. The presenters discussed their job duties and the skills needed to acquire these jobs and focused on the various aspects of the Bioeffects Division of the USAF, including both civilian and commissioned employment. They discussed how classes in mathematics and science can lead to these careers.

The Bioeffects Division is part of the Air Force Research Laboratory and is located at Joint Base San Antonio- Ft Sam Houston in a new facility called the Tri-Service Research Laboratory (the Air Force is collocated with the Army and Navy). The scope of the research involves lasers, radio frequency radiation, and protection from toxic compounds. Therefore, the research team includes physicists, health physicists, biologists, chemists, bioengineers, mathematicians, optometrists, physicians, computer modeling scientists, psychologists, and others.

Each presenter provided tips for reaching career goals including a quote by Dr. Ibey, “always have a plan, but don’t be married to it.”

The event was sponsored by the Math Club at Northeast Lakeview College. View some photographs from the presentation online.

The three members of this research team who visited with about 80 Northeast Lakeview College students were Captain Andrew D. Atkinson, Chief, Directed Energy Analysis of the Radio Frequency Bioeffects Branch; Dr. Hope Beier, Research Biomedical Engineer with the 711th Human Performance Wing of the Air Force Research Laboratory, Optical Bioeffects Branch; and Dr. Ibey, Biomedical Engineer at the Radio Frequency Bioefffects Branch.
 

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