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News Links | May 14, 2019

May 14, 2019

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom names new president | What happens when the science of trauma and building resilience go to prison? | Commentary: Taking next step after prison for single mothers | Peninsula College names new longhouse director | Notes from a fledgling birder | Seattle International Film Festival returns to Shoreline for fourth year | Food & drink: A field study in foraging for mushrooms | Graduation rates up in Walla Walla | Art reception slated for Tuesday at Peninsula College Port Townsend campus | Human Services alumni award winner finds joy assisting local students | New union building at GHC misses cut on state funding | What happens when wind turbines get too old? | Architectural Engineering Design instructor receives honor | The Jets and the Sharks rumble at Centralia College | Local artist to teach pastel course at GHC | BBCC signs agreements with Korean schools | Going from grapes to glass >>

News Links | April 30, 2019

April 30, 2019

Education focus: Skagit Valley College makes path for developmentally disabled students | Free, confidential counseling at Pierce College helps students thrive | Commentary: Widening path to success for county’s youths | Foundation scholarship dinner honors donors and students | Are you looking for a career? Tri-Cities restaurants and hotels are ready to hire | Fighting Smelt take home awards from national tournament | Pierce College hires new vice president for strategic advancement | Editorial: Smart planning and teamwork is a must to ensure Tri-Cities’ booming growth is managed correctly | Mark Lewis, Jones Trio to headline college jazz concert | ‘Every tool I need to succeed’: First four men earn college degrees while incarcerated at Airway Heights | War cartoonist-journalist Peninsula College’s writer in residence | How students at online schools in Washington disappear from district graduation rates >>

News Links | April 23, 2019

April 23, 2019

Four finalists in running for next Pierce College Fort Steilacoom president | Cross-pond linkup inked for wine education | It’s college-level math, but it’s taught differently — and it’s helping more Washington students graduate | Editorial: Community colleges can’t be ignored in state budget | YVC breaking ground on a $22.7 M dollar expansion project | Columbia Basin College: Growing with an eye on the future | Columbia Basin College Arts Center: The CBC Arts Center remains strong and dedicated to our educational mission | Bellevue College rallies for higher education funding | Centralia College hosts annual Family Fun Fest | This singing biology professor turns science into catchy tunes at Everett Community College | A flower in the mud | Maine winery turns NW fruit into fistful of gold | Pierce College hosts Women of Justice Forum April 17 | Bill could help address teacher shortage, increase diversity | Former Ben Moore’s spot could soon showcase SPSCC’s brewing, culinary programs | Highline College presents Unity Through Diversity Week | Nursing matters: Can local programs help fill the Yakima nursing gap? | Former Beacon editor wins Rising Star communications award | Port Townsend artist to exhibit in solo show at Peninsula College | YVC teaching winery hosts colorful tasting >>

News Links | April 2, 2019

April 02, 2019

Pierce College campus wins national award for rapid improvement | Among hits by songwriting biology instructor: ‘Hey, Urethra!’ | LCC, K-12 'Graduation Plus' campaign to encourage teens to enroll in college | Editorial: In Our View: Community colleges are vital today, tomorrow | CNISS team competes at cyber defense competition | With building booming, Edmonds CC offers construction management program | Tri-Cities college students, educators will be getting a boost to kick this habit | Columbia Basin College is offering a new bachelors degree | Pierce College Dean Lori Griffin named a 2019 Distinguished Alum | Sharon Jang Selected as New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar, All-USA Academic Team Member >>

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