GHC featuring two speakers as part of Women’s History Month | Local biologists, professors discuss the kinds of dinosaurs still alive and well in our world, in preparation for Jurassic Quest event | Skagit Valley College Foundation with new leader | Student Voices--Questioning fate: My journey as a 15-year-old college student | Edmonds College to participate in pilot program that trains students to fill workforce shortages | Institutions to help students navigate new FAFSA application | Sila battery plant forges educational partnership with Moses Lake schools during visit from U.S. Energy Secretary >>
Shifting schools | During Edmonds College talk, virologist explains how AI is changing gene therapy research | South Seattle College and partners transforming past Hat ‘n’ Boots site into future forest | Commentary: A generous community changes lives for WWCC students | TCC hosts 2nd Annual Black Artists Exhibition | How the College Assistance Migrant Program helps students succeed | Event honoring Edwin T. Pratt held at Shoreline Community College Tuesday >>
Preserving Heritage: Shoreline Community College introduces new 'Cedar' building, honoring Pacific Northwest Indigenous Peoples | Olympic College offers new bachelor’s in behavioral health care | Advocates promote equitable prison education programs post-Pell restoration | TCC launches cannabis certificates course offerings | 2024 MLK Spirit Award recipient speaks about mentoring the next generation of leaders | Edmonds College awarded $532,500 to install electric vehicle charging stations around campus >>
Technical educators in Spokane are working to entice a new generation to join vital careers in the trades | SFCC’s Spartan Theatre balances the heartfelt and the humorous with play “Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake)” | Acclaimed poets set PC reading | Whatcom Community College enrollment rebounds following pandemic dip | The Department of Education making changes to the FAFSA application | One reader’s view | Understanding the full value of college in Longview and beyond | New exhibit at Shoreline Community College >>
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