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News Links | June 15, 2017

June 15, 2017

Spokane Falls Community College math instructor retiring after 50 years | Community colleges’ computer system costs mount, schedule delayed | Edmonds Community College to showcase training center at Paris Air Show | Long journey for Clark College grad-to-be from Syria | Centralia College president reflects on first year at helm | $630,000 grant to help CBC students focus their goals | Parents fight to keep special needs daughter in general education classes | Clark College food pantry plan advances >>

News Links | June 6, 2017

June 06, 2017

Edmonds CC student journalists take first place | Walla Walla was best known for big prison but is transformed by wine industry | International Festival rocks Lower Columbia College | Centralia College instructors develop app to help students succeed | Olympic College students build a sub-BQ | $1.3 million grant to extend Upward Bound program at Centralia College | Othello’s Garza accomplishes rare feat | Their parents wanted a better life, now two Pasco students get that chance | Edmonds School District students make tiny house for homeless through carpentry class | Can Washington's solar boom survive the legislative stalemate? | Famed Vietnam War correspondent returns to collect and share more veterans’ stories | James Riggall awarded a Fulbright scholarship >>

News Links | April 18, 2017

April 18, 2017

Proposed budgets include millions for Snohomish County projects | Pierce College alum writes and directs debut film “Shards” | Baking is the right mix for students | Bates: Dental Assistant instructor selected to serve on accreditation commission | Three student-designed recycling stations from Cascadia College chosen for Habitat for Humanity store | EdCC President Jean Hernandez announces retirement after six years | Todd Beamer AFJROTC cadets hone cyber security skills at Highline competition | Senator Patty Murray visits RTC | World War II WAVE pitches in again | The Grand Cinema is turning 20 years old | Students get time with health professionals at Providence Centralia | Colors swirl at Clark College’s Sakura Festival | Grays Harbor College’s Schermer Building awarded LEED Gold certification | Language of baseball bonds Clark teammates >>

News Links | March 21, 2017

March 21, 2017

$650K grant to help low-income EvCC students in STEM studies | A second chance: Local program teaches female inmates how to code | Students showcase construction skills in project to help the homeless | Edmonds Community College offers first bachelor’s degree | Kirkland college students recognized by national organizations for academic achievements | Edmonds and Everett CC students earn All-Washington honors | Time running out for Yemeni students at Edmonds college | Meet George Thomas, 2017 distinguished Pierce College alum | OC markets itself to international students | Opinion: Your gift could change a life | New tech apprenticeship racks up 1,000 applicants, first two success stories | Student Success Fund provides an extra boost for LCC students | CPTC hosts mechatronics for military info session | Opinion: From jail to a master’s degree: the power of education | Green River College announces four finalists in presidential search | Centralia College programs launch students into the workforce | Diversity in education | Yakima Valley College plans to purchase 16th and Nob Hill retail property for expansion | Congrats to CPTC’s two All-Washington Academic honorees | RTC student selected to All-USA Community College Academic Team >>

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