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News Links | October 15, 2019

October 15, 2019

Skagit Valley College celebrates new scholarship, pre-engineering program | Big Bend gets approval to move forward with bachelor's degree | California approved nearly $500M in emergency aid for community-college students. Could Washington be next? | Here’s the story behind Indigenous Peoples’ Day and how the Seattle area is marking it | Columbus Day also a day to celebrate indigenous people | Group to host story slam at Peninsula College | K9s visit criminal justice students at Big Bend | Korean-American artist featured at TCC gallery | More students are taking CBC classes. What’s making the difference? | ‘Taking It In’ at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center | Brandon Ting and the high art of ramen | Swenson joins Highline College Board of Trustees | BTC awarded grant to help non-traditional students | Salish Sea educator workshop will be Saturday, Oct. 19 at MaST Center | $43M health education center headed to downtown Tacoma Bates campus | Educators, labor leaders gather in Centralia for 'State of the Region' summit >>

News Links | October 1, 2019

October 01, 2019

Insider insight: Kevin Brockbank | New SFCC president aims to ‘embrace innovation,’ provide stability | Come sing with Pierce College choirs! | Pierce College welcomes new Concert Band director | Wenatchee Valley College receives over $650,000 in funding | Local credit union supports college with multi-year commitment | Des Moines Legacy Foundation Arts Gala to benefit Highline College students | Donate your gently worn shoes and show your support for Pierce College students | Big Bend aviation programs receive $100,000 Boeing donation | New EvCC gallery show explores tension and balance in art | Cascadia college students make global impact through internships | City of Puyallup celebrates Pierce College during Higher Ed Appreciation Week >>

News Links | September 24, 2019

September 24, 2019

Yakima Valley College introduces pre-pharmacy track | Leadership development | LGBTQIA Week at Highline College honors the resistance 50 years later | Franklin Pierce School District & Jason Lee Middle School to build solar learning labs on campus | Harvesting for the hungry in Pasco | Cascades Job Corps changing admission requirements | Walk, don’t run, to stay healthy, local doctor says | WVC reassures campus after white nationalist flier incident | WSU Everett grows a bit this fall | Peninsula College announces ceramic artist in residence for 2019-20 school year | More of the story: Yakima Valley College expansion activity ramping up >>

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 >>

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