News, Videos, and Events
Hughes Network Systems Groundbreaking
The new Hughes Network Systems building groundbreaking took place October 3, 2022. This will be a place "where students will have the opportunity to interact with technology industry professionals on a regular basis" per Michael Smith, Executive Director, PIC MC. See the groundbreaking and project update photos as the building progresses.
The I-270 Life Sciences and Biotech Corridor. December 10, 2019. View event photosnew window.
Press Releases and Articles
- The Pinkney Innovation Complex for Science and Technology (PIC MC) Brings Together Innovation and Educationnew window (12/20)
- 5 Questions with Martha Schoonmaker, Executive Director, Pinkney Innovation Complex for Science and Technology at Montgomery College (PIC MC)new window (10/20)
- Montgomery College Awarded $1.16 Million, Five-Year Nurse Support Program II Grant to Support the Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Center (PDF, ) (9/20)
- Montgomery College’s PIC MC Wins Approval for Ground Lease Request (PDF, ) (6/20)
- From Daycare to DNA Sequencers: Alumnus Sees a Bright Future for PIC MC (1/20)
- Martha Schoonmaker joins the Association of University Research Parks (AURP) Boardnew window, being the sole community college representative.
- Montgomery College Becomes First Community College in Maryland and First Location in Montgomery County to Be a Designated RISE Zone (PDF, ) (10/18)
- Leggett Applauds Council’s Vote to Advance MC’s RISE Zone Application, Designation Awaits State Approval (PDF, ) (7/18)
- Montgomery College Seeking Developer To Build Offices At Germantown Bioscience Campusnew window (1/19/18)
- Predicting Growth for Montgomery County: A Roundtable Discussion with Members of the PIC MC Board of Directors (11/17)
- Insights magazine talks with Martha Schoonmakernew window (11/17)
- PIC MC Receives Excellence in Economic Development Award from the International Economic Development Council (PDF, ) (9/19/17)
- Life Science Park Renamednew window (2/2/16)
PIC MC In Video
Follow the progress of the building of the 19710 Hughes Building.