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News Links | November 5, 2020

November 05, 2020

Opinion: President Kimberlee Messina: SFCC is committed to helping our community meet cyber workforce needs | Pathways are worth the cost | Former U.S. Ambassador to China compares Trump and Biden on foreign relations and virus response | Clarkston branch of WWCC brings back some in-person services | CBC allied health students succeeding despite pandemic | Cooprider shares life philosophy, make each day better | Olympic College sees fewer students this fall with classes mostly online | Bellevue College opens early learning center | McFadden leaves economic development director post in Adams County, search for replacement begins >>

News Links | October 15, 2020

October 15, 2020

Kill your gas stove | Governor reappoints Mah to SPSCC’s Board of Trustees | Edmonds College awarded over $1.1 million for materials science education | Mount Baker’s Tricia Wagar an example of Upward Bound | Big Bend Community College food pantry distributes 5,000 pounds of food to families | Olympic College instruction to be mostly online for winter quarter | Kent resident appointed to Green River College Board of Trustees | Higher Education: CBC, WSU-Tri-Cities building for a future when students return to camp >>

News Links | October 13, 2020

October 13, 2020

TCC professor Latoya Reid awarded national recognition for teaching | Bilingual theater group to present play about indigenous peoples’ struggles | Transformations of time have shaped artist Tom O’Day’s work | Virtual financial aid workshops coming to YVC and CBC | Creative Retirement Institute continues this fall on Zoom — and you’re invited | Seattle College event highlights Black women suffragettes | Big Bend expands Ag Department with Agricultural Mechanic program | Studium Generale to host historian | Edmonds College partners with Verdant, Volunteers of America of Western Washington to place a 2-1-1 advocate on campus | Edmonds College selects local student for trustee position | Edmonds College receives $2.2 million federal grant to support student success >>

News Links | October 8, 2020

October 08, 2020

SPSCC gallery’s new show celebrates the work of local Black artists | Centralia College offering free online lectures | LCC's fall quarter courses starts smoothly, hybrid likely to continue for winter | Community colleges fighting decrease in students using tutoring services | WVC winter quarter to remain online | New island-wide leadership program seeks applicants | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre wants your participation in virtual fall production | Consultant recommends outsourcing dozens of Clark College jobs >>

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