Club hosts Science Night April 19
Pima Community College’s Chemistry Club will host its first-ever Science Night on April 19 at East Campus from 5-9 p.m.
Participants can experience hands-on activities in chemistry, biology, physics and astronomy.
The Chemistry Club and East Campus are partnering with Dietz K-8 School to bring in more than 100 educators and students.
For more information, call club advisor Pedro Gallardo at 206-7425.
-By Will Willcoxson
‘Bike to School Day’ set for April 23
Downtown Campus will participate in Tucson Bike Fest’s “Bike to Work/School Day” on April 23. “Energizer stations” will be set up throughout the city for commuters to visit and receive treats.
Snacks and drinks will be available for cyclists near Downtown Campus at Stone Avenue and Speedway Boulevard from 7:30-10 a.m.
Bike ambassadors will be present for simple repairs and safety checks of participant’s bicycles.
For more information, contact Michael Lopez at email@example.com.
To view the complete schedule of events for this year’s Bike Fest, visit bikefesttucson.com/events.
-By Jamie Verwys
Applications open for Pima scholarships
The Pima Community College Foundation is accepting student scholarship applications online through May 30. More than 50 privately funded scholarships are available.
Students must register on the Foundation’s Scholarship Tracking and Review System. Go to pima.edu/foundation/scholarships to begin the application process. In addition to registering with STARS, applicants must complete essay questions, apply to the recommended scholarships and email, mail or fax their unofficial high school or college transcripts to the PCC Foundation.
The Foundation encourages students to register for their classes before the early payment deadline, and then apply for scholarships. Early registration can help students avoid being dropped from their classes during the scholarship approval process.
Pima’s financial aid office will set the disbursement date for funds awarded.
Students with any questions about the application process may contact the PCC Foundation at 206-4646.
Anyone interested in becoming a STARS volunteer can email the PCC Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-By David J. Del Grande
RSVP for convocation by April 25
PCC’s graduating class of 2014 is invited to participate in a Multicultural Convocation on May 1.
The free event celebrates the student body’s academic achievements and diversity through music, student testimonials and international food. Participating graduates will receive a diversity sash that can be worn during the May 22 graduation ceremony.
The convocation will kick off at 6 p.m. in the West Campus gymnasium. The Diversity Celebration will begin at 7 p.m. in the nearby Palm Courtyard.
Graduates interested in reserving space should email the Office of College Events at email@example.com.
The RSVP email must be received by April 25 and include the graduate’s name, email address, phone number and number of guests.
-By David J. Del Grande