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News Links | August 15, 2019

August 15, 2019

Big Bend CC ag program receives donation | A disproportionate number of Seattle teachers are white. But diversity is increasing | Meet Pierce College Fort Steilacoom’s new President, Julie A. White, Ph.D. | Education focus: Camp brings summer options to low-income students | Reminder: Fall registration for Creative Retirement Institute begins Aug. 15 | LCC adding more student housing | Way to go: EdCC students to receive more than $345,000 in scholarships | For Vancouver man, every day is a chance to make a difference | Back to School Blessing helps kids start on the right foot | A Centennial Celebration of Suffrage: Fawn Sharp: the voice of the Quinaults | Honoring Andy Fritz in the 2nd Annual Trek for Tech 5k | Bates Technical College student named 2019 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar | New Grays Harbor Chokers AD Will Rider hopes to ‘present a professional front’ | The littlest penguins clean what they can reach at car wash >>

News Links | July 30, 2019

July 30, 2019

Clover Park Rotary Club works with graphic technology program for a new logo | ‘Basically I’m their teacher’: Washington has big plans for its 25,500 school paraeducators | Daria Willis says EvCC job is “literally a dream come true” | ‘Let the battle begin' | PROJECT BIOTECH students share their newfound knowledge with Showcase of Learning poster sessions | SCC Director of Clean Energy Technology chosen for international learning exchange program in Germany | Hundreds of new Washington laws take effect Sunday | Feed me Seymour - Classic sci-fi musical brings together theatre, college | Raging emotions on display | GHC showcases Latin culture with Fiesta en el Puerto | LCC names Dick Peters 2019 Alumnus of the Year >>

News Links | July 23, 2019

July 23, 2019

The newest generation of presidents | People in business | Bates: Update from President Lin Zhou | Eugene’s Ninkasi Brewing says it will open pub in Tumwater | Clark College Foundation working to corner entryway project | Scramble fore students raises over $20,000 for CPTC students | Dr. Roberts challenges graduates to contribute to their communities at Shoreline Community College’s 55th Commencement Ceremony | Big Bend's Simulation Technology program earns accreditation status | Events: Resource for veterans open at LCC | What’s that plant? Hike Candy Mountain Friday for the answer | College residence hall opens in the fall | LCC trustees extend President Bailey's contract, provide him a 3.5% raise | Student nurses care for all ages at Josephine | Bates: Broadcasting and Video Production instructor named Educator of the Year | Get a bachelor's at a U.S. community college | Knights Care Fund receives $5,000 | Bates: KBTC Public Television’s Northwest Now programs win big awards at industry competitions | How social media ate news media’s lunch, and what to do about it | Education Focus: Academy, casino partner to provide opportunities for students >>

News Links | July 16, 2019

July 16, 2019

Edmonds commemorates Apollo 11 moon landing — now and then | Chevelle Yeckel reads “The Woman Who Married a Bear” by Anne Haven McDonnell | Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education | Bulletin Board: News from Tacoma and beyond: National SkillsUSA competition nets big win for Bates Technical College student | Active shooter training at Wenatchee Valley College and Confluence Health | EDB represents Pierce County and Washington state at SelectUSA Investment Summit | Jose Fuentes reads “Silas Fishing 1967” by Sean Hill >>

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