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Minutes-249-November-12-2020-1

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November-12-2020-LFCC-Board-Agenda-Attachments

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Cybersecurity student first community college student in U.S. to be finalist in competition

LFCC cybersecurity student Amy Buchanan was the first community college student in the nation to be named a finalist for the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Awards. Buchanan, a Woodstock resident, was among 60 national finalists named by NCWIT, and one of just two from Virginia, in 2018. The latter […]

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LFCC virtual exchange project impresses State Department visitors

A group of LFCC students working on a virtual global exchange with college students in Jordan impressed Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce during her visit to the Middletown Campus on Monday, Feb. 4. During the fall semester, 19 LFCC students participated in a 10-week virtual exchange with students […]

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LFCC cybersecurity experts take part in statewide conference

Cybersecurity program manager Professor Henry Coffman and several LFCC colleagues presented at a recent statewide cybersecurity educational conference. Coffman, Computer Science Professor Melissa Stange, Associate Professor of IT Darrell Andrews and Workforce Solutions program manager Samantha Brill attended the inaugural Virginia Cybersecurity Education Conference at James Madison University in mid-August. The Virginia Cyber Range Office, […]

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LFCC cybersecurity program rewarding for Handley grad

A former caterer is cooking up a new career in cybersecurity thanks to LFCC. After graduating from Handley High School in 2012, D.J. Joachim spent a year living and working in Germany. Part of the time was spent repairing pianos. When Joachim returned to the U.S., he and a business partner had a catering service. […]

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LFCC inducts students into technology honor society in virtual ceremony

LFCC technology students now can aspire to join an honor society devoted to their field. Computer Science Professor Melissa Stange has brought Epsilon Pi Tau to LFCC. It is open to students taking both credit and non-credit classes. Twenty-seven members were inducted into Delta Phi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau earlier this spring. Due to […]

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LFCC helps spark youngsters’ interest in coding, technology

Twice a month, a group of about 18-20 students gather in the Admiral Byrd Middle School media center to work on various forms of coding. On Tuesday, April 25, the ABMS Coders were building small Legos Mindstorms robots under the tutelage of LFCC Computer Science Professor Melissa Stange, and ABMS technology education teacher Dave Curry, […]

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Minutes-248-September-3-2020

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Famed software security expert speaking at LFCC Wednesday, Jan. 22

Members of the public are encouraged to come to LFCC at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 22, to hear famed local technologist Gary McGraw talk about the cutting-edge and timely work he is doing with the Berryville Institute of Machine Learning (BIML), which he cofounded a year ago. Community members are also invited to watch the […]

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