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News Links | November 1, 2016

November 01, 2016

Kirkland tech institute lets students decide what math and English classes to take | Sedro-Woolley School District expands STEM network | Gallery: At college and afloat, Halloween isn’t just for kids | Culinary students work together to create Oktoberfest feast | Edmonds Community College musicians hope to play in Cuba | Opinion: Push for international students as CBC has merit | CPTC alum takes sugar skills to “Halloween Wars” | Local man an explorer of Washington's beer scene | Día de los Muertos at SPSCC: A lesson in understanding and tolerance | Columbia Basin College looks to start international program to draw students | Students get glimpse into careers | Apple STEM grant | Centralia College mechatronics programs receives $300,000 federal grant | CHS students learn about WWCC Nursing program with hi-tech simulators | Swinomish Police Department gets new chief | South Seattle College encourages Seattle City Council to expand 13th Year Promise Scholarship >>

News Links | September 27, 2016

September 27, 2016

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest | Cybersecurity: how to protect your private information | 3rd bachelor’s degree approved through Grays Harbor College | What’s working: 21st century advising for today’s college students | Veterans risk homelessness, losing tuition after ITT Tech shutdown | Former Centralia College student adds 17 years to Thurston County weather records | The future of Washington wine is in the skilled hands of the next generation | Seattle Central College turns 50, celebrates history of social activism | Our views: Centralia College continues to grow and improve >>

News Links | September 6, 2016

September 06, 2016

Whatcom County has need for qualified construction workers | CPTC: Interior design exhibition showcases student work | YVC receives $2.63 million grant to expand services at Grandview campus | Green River College awarded forestry training grant | $32 million Integrated Education Center now underway at South Seattle College | Farmer Frog founder promotes healthy food for strong families, communities | Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees selects fourth student trustee | EvCC lauded for transfer success | SUSI program inspires young women to lead | LCC trustees approve funds to repair Story Field | Bellingham Technical College approved to offer bachelor’s in engineering technology | Ridgefield planning carefully for quality, livability in development | EvCC to test teacher-feedback technology | Super downsized: Tiny house on tour | CPTC: Waste site simulation shows hazards of the job | More than 30 game designers from Kirkland college participate in PAX West event | Ribbon cut on Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles | Japanese village unearthed 100 years later on Bainbridge Island >>

News Links | June 30, 2016

June 30, 2016

Breaking ground: Sonico celebrates beginning of construction at new facility | How a Washington community rallied to boost student achievement and cut dropouts | Commissioner wants to see four-year college in Cowlitz County | Spokane Community College students design KREM 2 cakes | Guest essay: Why it’s so important to understand concepts like white privilege and white fragility | Kirkland’s LWTech program ranks No. 1 in Washington for student performance | Pierce College professor leads charge on local ecosystem restoration project | EvCC to receive $3.9 million for high-tech job training | Centralia College to provide education to inmates >>

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