News Links | August 15, 2023
System News | Opinion
Grays Harbor College was one of four Washington Community and Technical Colleges awarded funds from the
State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) to promote food security for its students through a pilot program.
KXRO, Aug. 14, 2023
... the [Edmonds College] organization “has thrived for three decades thanks to the volunteers who seek, with
ongoing intellectual curiosity, the answers to questions that they may have carried
with them for a short time or throughout their careers.
My Edmonds News, Aug. 11, 2023
Walla Walla Community College students and professors are in for a new experience this fall after WWCC recently
became the first community college in Washington to own an Anatomage — a new medical
teaching technology platform that uses 3D imagery.
La Grande Observer, Aug. 11, 2023
A new transit line and freeway are heading to Spokane Community College, but Kevin Brockbank prefers to walk around campus
The future has never been certain for former Spokane Community College President Kevin Brockbank. Before working in higher education, he thought he would
be a high school business teacher ... [Community Colleges of Spokane]
Inlander, Aug. 10, 2023
Walk into a classroom at Spokane Falls Community College this week, and you won't find college students. You'll find high school students
instead. More than 50 Spokane Tribe students are at SFCC this week to get excited
KREM, Aug. 9, 2023
... What gets less attention are all the amazing individuals who took a huge leap
just to get their foot in the door. I’m talking about the people who complete a short
certificate at Centralia College.
Centralia Chronicle, Aug. 7, 2023
Higher Education and Politics
... Of particular note to community colleges ... These include programs at four-year
institutions that “commit them to enroll, support, and graduate students from disadvantaged
backgrounds, regardless of race, who are attending or have graduated from community
Community College Daily, Aug. 14, 2023
Faculty members joined the social media outrage over Zoom’s ambiguity on using data
to feed its AI and machine learning platforms.
Inside Higher Ed, Aug. 11, 2023