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News Links | February 23, 2021

February 23, 2021

Films tell tales in one minute each | Bates: Spotlight on Students: Cybersecurity student says staff help them find their voice, increase campus involvement | CWU Transfer Symposium draws record numbers | Yakima Valley College launches four-quarter Practical Nurse program | Health Department announces large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic | Restaurant news: Edmonds College culinary students learn to pivot, more food truck fun — and snow what? | LCC budget stable even with enrollment drop | Local organizations partner with CBC and WSU Tri-Cities to connect students with internships | EC STEM building earns Gold LEED certification >>

News Links | February 18, 2021

February 18, 2021

Rethinking writing assessments to foster equity | WA budget cuts threaten Tri-Cities college students most affected by COVID pandemic | Opinion: Supporting students is key to an equitable economic recovery | Why are local high school grads struggling in college? Listen and they’ll tell you | Editorial: COVID has derailed too many dreams. Lawmakers must not derail our economic future | Opinion: Christine Johnson: Competition, other factors drive innovation in education | South Seattle College’s Yilin Sun gets State Dept. award | SFCC theater production finds unlikely success despite COVID challenges | Sexy werewolves and social media saviors: Spokane author Åsa Maria Bradley preps the release of her latest paranormal romance >>

News Links | February 11, 2021

February 11, 2021

Shoreline Community College President announces 2022 retirement | Clark College to cut $25 fee for admissions application | Then and Now: Spokane Community College | Proposed new vocational building would be 'game changer' for LCC, community | New CBC student recreation center in the works >>

News Links | February 9, 2021

February 09, 2021

WVC faculty rise to the challenge of online learning | In Basket: Feb. 7, 2021: Education | Pierce College one of 10 chosen for national equity academy | Edmonds College instructor elected president of national digital forensics board | Clark College receives grant for vet services | Editorial: Maintain investment in higher ed and its students | Pierce College Puyallup remodel project to create welcoming space for students, staff | Creative Retirement Institute class to explore the sense of smell and fragrance | CBC’s dental hygiene clinic provides low cost services for the community >>

News Links | February 2, 2021

February 02, 2021

Gene Sharratt and Sue Kane | Reskilling, upskilling programs boost careers in post-COVID-19 economy | CoronaCoaster local video series now live; volunteers welcome for new episodes | Walla Walla Community College asks for public input on college's future through online survey | How the pandemic has reshaped clinical practices for Central Washington health care students across all fields >>

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