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Columbia State Community College is a two-year college serving a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with five campuses, including Columbia, Williamson, Lawrence, Lewisburg and Clifton. Columbia State was established in 1966 as Tennessee's fi...
Columbia State Community College named States Labrum of Spring Hill as one of 580 students on the dean's list for fall 2017. "The dean's list is a tradition in higher education to recognize schola...Fall 2017
Columbia State Community College names States Labrum of Spring Hill to the dean's list for earning academic honors for the fall 2016 semester. "Students who earn dean's list status have shown a hi...Fall 2016
Columbia State Community College announces States Labrum of Spring Hill as one of 104 students named to the President's List for earning academic honors this spring. "Students who earn a spot on th...Spring 2018
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Awards & Recognition
Columbia State Community College freshman, States States of Spring Hill, has been accepted into the Harvard University Research Experiences for Undergraduates program in ecology for the upcoming su...Summer 2017
Activities & Affiliations
Columbia State Community College student, States Labrum earned college credit this summer while studying General Biology II in Ecuador as part of Columbia State's study abroad program. Labrum was...Summer 2018
Columbia State Student Wins Second Place at Middle Tennessee Collegiate Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of ScienceSpring 2018 graduate, States Labrum, recently earned second place in the zoology/ecology/environmental sciences session at Belmont University's College of Sciences and Mathematics when they hosted the annual Middle Tennessee Collegiate Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science. Labrum was the only community college student among the undergraduate participants at the conference. Twenty-four undergraduate research students from Belmont University, Columbia State Community College, Tennessee State University and Tennessee Tech University were invited to give a 12-minute research presentation in one of four different sessions: chemistry; cellular and molecular biology and microbiology; health and medical sciences; and zoology, ecology and environmental sciences. All sessions were moderated and judged by faculty volunteers, who awarded certificates to the top three presenters in each session. The meeting was coordinated and run by Dr. Duane Hatch, Belmont assistant professor of chemistry. The event presented an opportunity for students to showcase their scholarly work and to provide an intellectual exchange with students from other local universities in Tennessee. "Attending a conference is a great way for students to meet with peers, share ideas and make new contacts with other students and faculty," said Dr. Elvira Eivazova, assistant professor of biology. Columbia State participated in the TAS conference for the first time with plans to provide a broader research student representation at future TAS meetings. Plans are underway way for Columbia State to host a TAS student research conference in 2019.Spring 2018
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…in Austin, Texas Nov. 30 – Dec. 1. Columbia State students States Labrum (Spring Hill), Matthew Hayden (Franklin) and Levi Guzman (Lew… Read the full storyFall 2017Added by Columbia State Community College