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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 18, 2019

April 18, 2019

Local programs to help gain GED | Photo: Peninsula College staff members protest underfunding | Edmonds CC Gala raises $355,000 for scholarships; spotlights alumni and students | Washington’s ‘forgotten’ community colleges call for more funding from the state | They want to lead EvCC and will be here soon to tell you why | Green River College partners with United Way of King County to expand student emergency fund >>

News Links | March 28, 2019

March 28, 2019

NanoCon upgrades to version VI | Editorial: Teaching, training tomorrow's leaders, workers | From high-school dropout to future neurosurgeon: College tips from an extraordinary student | Peninsula College hosts Running Start Info Night | Clark College enrollment sees big drop | South Seattle College offering two quarters of tuition to Art Institute students | Never too late for an IT career | Two Clark College students make All-Washington Academic Team | Meet Phuong Do, All Washington Academic Team scholar >>

News Links | February 26, 2019

February 26, 2019

Skagit Valley College student honored with Transforming Lives Award | Half-price tuition? Seattle Pacific University is offering Seattle Promise students a break | Free college in Washington not likely, but many plans would help with the cost | Spokane Community College’s Black Student Union talks Black History, race and identity | LCC four-year degree expected to counter teacher shortage, boost local economy | State funding to increase mental- and behavioral-health workforce recruitment proposed | Food & drink: College cooking class applies pressure | Centralia College professor helps inmates make connection between math and music | The smallest of details matter the most in EdCC exhibit | From convict to college, Skagit man pays it forward >>

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