Richland College Attends U.S.-India Chamber of Commerce-Dallas/Fort Worth 16th Annual Awards Banquet

Sustainable Community Building–Dr. Kay Eggleston, Richland College president, and a team of faculty and administrators attended the U.S.-India Chamber of Commerce-Dallas/Fort Worth 16th Annual Awards Banquet on December 10 to network with local Indian leaders and hear workforce and community-building addresses by the Honorable Arun Singh, Indian ambassador to the U.S. embassy of India and Continue Reading…


Richland College Dance Program Hosts 7th Annual Dance Jam

Student Success–On December 3, Richland College’s dance program hosted its 7th Annual Dance Jam for Dallas area dance educators, students, and parents that featured master dance classes, a Dance Jam Festival performance, and campus tours.  Dance teams from Bryan Adams, J.J. Pearce, Lake Highlands, Pinkston, Richardson, and Terrell high schools, the Center for Ballet Arts, Continue Reading…


Richland College Entrepreneurs Looking to Compete in Alley Scholars Shark Tank Challenge

Student Success–Four competing teams of Richland College business students presented their business ideas during the final round of the Duck Pond Business Plan Challenge on December 10 in hopes of earning a competition spot in the Alley Scholars Shark Tank Challenge to be held at Tarrant County College on March 5, 2016.   Last year the Continue Reading…


Richland College Medical Program Administrator Appointed to Journal of Pharmacy Technology Editorial Board

Employee Success–LiAnne Brown, Richland College pharmacy technician, medication aide, and medical insurance program administrator, was recently appointed to the Journal of Pharmacy Technology (PMT) Editorial Board, a peer-reviewed journal that advances the pharmacy practice field.  This journal provides valuable career information for current and future pharmacists and technicians through research articles on education, certification, and Continue Reading…


Texas Instruments Donates $500,000 to DCCCD Foundation

Student Success/Sustainable Community Building–Chancellor Dr. Joe May and the presidents of Richland, Eastfield, and Mountain View colleges participated in a media release event at Texas Instruments (TI) headquarters on December 4, announcing a $500,000 donation to the DCCCD Foundation from TI in support of the new electrical engineering technology programs at the three colleges.  This Continue Reading…


Richland College Dual-Credit Student Wins 2015 Visionary Wildlife Warrior International Award

Student Success–Mohammed Ayachi, a Richland College dual-credit student, has won the 2015 Visionary Wildlife Warrior International Award.  Mohammed has long been active in the area of wildlife conservation and animal rescue, and in 2014-2015 he started a Zoology Club at Richland College, coordinating a number of activities on and off campus which earned him this international Continue Reading…


Richland College Partnered with the City of Dallas Sanitation Services to Collect More Than 40,000 Pounds of Recycled Materials

Sustainable Community Building–Richland College and the City of Dallas Sanitation Services partnered again to host the city’s annual Fall Recycling Round-up at Richland College on November 14.  The successful results just released indicate that the Richland College site assisted 512 participants in collecting 40,782 pounds of recycled materials, including electronic items, small appliances, auto and Continue Reading…


Richland College Garland Campus Hosts Social Services Networking Fair

Student Success/Sustainable Community Building–On December 3, Richland College Garland Campus hosted Community Connections, a community event to provide local non-profit agencies and organizations the opportunity to share information about services they offer for students and local community members.  The goal of the event was to provide easy access to services and assistance needed for stability Continue Reading…


Richland College Hosts 7th Annual Sisters Network-Dallas Breast Cancer Walk and Expo

Sustainable Community Building–Richland College was the 2015 site for the 7th annual Sisters Network-Dallas Breast Cancer Walk and Expo:  6,000 Sisters, 6,000 Steps For Hope—It’s Not Just Pink, It’s Personal.  Cancer survivors and their families, community teams, and individual supporters came by the hundreds to focus attention on this important cause to help raise funds Continue Reading…


Richland College School of World Languages, Cultures and Communications Presents at American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference

Employee Success–Kevin Beard, Richland College foreign languages lead faculty, and Susan Barkley, executive dean, School of World Languages, Cultures and Communications, co-presented during the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference in San Diego, November 20 -22.  Their presentation, College and Community Connections through Languages and Culture, highlighted the nine foreign languages taught Continue Reading…