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News Links | March 5, 2020

March 05, 2020

Health-care students on the front lines, The coronavirus threatens to upend higher ed. Here are the latest developments, South Sound technical college shuts down after student goes into coronavirus quarantine, From the studio: SFCC Drama presents "Fire, Melt Stone", Steak for $10? SPSCC culinary students serve high-end lunches at bargain prices, Whatcom Community College students can now apply to live on-campus for fall quarter, Leaving a lasting legacy, New report highlights students' struggle with food, housing, Wenatchee Valley College student undergoing tests for coronavirus, Communicating about coronavirus, WVC Omak screening "Older than the Crown", WCC to offer new business management bachelor's degree, Governor comes to town for student careers >>

News Links | February 18, 2020

February 18, 2020

‘Rosie Revere’ provides impetus for girls to consider engineering careers | Port reflects on 2019, looks ahead at annual business report breakfast | Writing gives physics professor Asa Maria Bradley a romantic angle | Clark College narrows candidates for president | Engineering a jump start to university — or career | Resourcefulness is key when prisoners make art out of garbage. Now, you can buy it | Young professionals get preview of Centralia College Foundation's new training center | Edmonds CC names new vice president of finance and operations | Metallica foundation gives $50,000 for student scholarships at Spokane Community College >>

News Links | February 13, 2020

February 13, 2020

Economic forecast night highlights workforce, education | Bellevue College introduces Tombolo Institute | Bellingham SCORE and Whatcom Community College mentor local entrepreneurs | Battle Ground native wins aviation scholarship | Logan’s ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ takes Peninsula College talent show crown >>

News Links | January 28, 2020

January 28, 2020

WCC awarded grant for Salish Sea project | EDC offers business management and leadership with Skagit Valley College | Recredentialed: Barriers face Washington’s immigrant, refugee professionals | Vice-president of instruction planning retirement in April | Centralia College hosts Cultural Café to honor international students | New executive director for institutional advancement joins WCC >>

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