Business of ... higher education | Columbia Basin College students seek help for mental wellness | WVC student to be honored at Transforming Lives Awards virtual ceremony | LCC opens applications for next cohort of teacher bachelor's degree seekers | PC speaker to focus on relationships between humans, nature | Edmonds College to host virtual Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations Jan. 21 >>
Commentary: Accelerating degree success for adult learners in uncertain times | Washington’s GED completions are down by half. The test changed amid COVID-19, but did it go far enough? | Peninsula College to host National Poet Laureate Harjo in virtual meeting | Pierce County Connected awards Tacoma Community College Early Learning Center $25,000 grant | Area Briefly: Minimum wage increases; more public access for waterfowl hunting; Sno-Park use soars | Opinion: Christine Johnson: COVID-19 defined our year. We won’t let it define our decade. | A student of Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics program at Shoreline Community College >>
Wenatchee Valley College & Big Bend Community College awarded CARES funds | CBC beating national average in enrollment during pandemic | College recognizes Edmonds artist d'Elaine Johnson | Now adapted to COVID-19 protocols, Community Colleges of Spokane prep for winter quarter | Family Fun: Winter solstice aligns with planetary conjunction | Construction workers can now earn Central Washington University degree at Renton Technical College | Curbside Food Pantry pickup events at Pierce College offer students supplies to help this winter | With successful COVID-19 safety measures Columbia Basin College adds more residents to Sunhawk Hall | Boeing robot arm donation helps Shoreline manufacturing students get job-ready >>
Donald Bressler | Dental Hygiene program at Shoreline Community College partners with University of Washington School of Dentistry for student clinical training | CARES Act funds will help technical college students afford school | LCC offers more hybrid courses but will remain mostly online for fall | BTC was already facing a $1 million shortfall. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit | Microsoft donates $10K for Big Bend Computer Science program scholarships | Online learning tips for students and teachers from Community Colleges of Spokane’s eLearning Dept. | Professor Latoya Reid, TCC Board recognized with Pacific Regional Equity Award | Workforce system building talent pipeline for healthcare | Seattle City Council weighs ending Navigation Team | Opinion: Updates about a RAP program >>
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