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News Links | October 11, 2022

October 11, 2022

Honor Indigenous Peoples Day at art reception for Washington native, Indigenous artist | State business group visits Clark College lab, Camas’ Analog Devices in Manufacturing Week bus tour | Comedian to bring show to Peninsula College | First Lady Jill Biden visits Bates Technical College in Tacoma | Where are Washington's woman winemakers? | Living images: Don Seabrook | September's best photos | Digging into the past: Edmonds College faculty led archaeology excavation of historic Japanese community site in North Seattle | Pierce College EDI CARES empowers students through a record number of 10 summer camps >>

News Links | October 6, 2022

October 06, 2022

How WA community colleges are helping solve the state’s teacher shortage | 'Double Take': Exhibit includes sound, performance | Jill Biden to visit Tacoma and Seattle, speak at Murray fundraiser | Pierce College names three finalists in nationwide search for next chancellor | College Success Foundation expands college coach services to Yakima Valley College >>

News Links | September 20, 2022

September 20, 2022

Clark College welcomes new school year, embraces change | Skagit Valley College hosts event to celebrate Mexico's independence | Dr. James Chen of SPSCC awarded 2022 ACCT Pacific Regional Faculty Award | Jesse Johnson appointed to Highline College Board of Trustees | New 'media lab' in Port Angeles will train students for theater, film jobs | Centralia College hires new dean of Arts and Sciences | Pierce College Puyallup breaks ground on STEM Building on Sept. 14 >>

News Links | July 14, 2022

July 14, 2022

Pierce College launches nationwide search for next chancellor | Olympic College, considering options to keep its child care center afloat, decides against outsourcing | Where’s the best place to see the supermoon in the Gig Harbor area? Here are some tips | Grays Harbor College moving offices as HUB demolition imminent | Newsmakers: New CEO | Earning a GED: High school equivalency programs in Yakima Valley | For years, she never told anyone her husband was an Aryan Nations leader. Now, her posthumous book explains why she stayed | Audio engineers are almost all men. This Seattle program was created by women to change that | Head Start celebrates a new building >>

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