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News Links | June 22, 2017

June 22, 2017

Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it | Whatcom Community College partners with UW to improve health care for rural and urban underserved communities | Middle schoolers sample possible STEM careers | LWTech Society for Human Resource Management chapter honored with national award | Clark College students install drain at community greenhouse | Seattle Central enters into direct transfer agreement with Wilberforce University | Sequim native sets Seattle thriller from afar | Washington state wine competition made its return at YVC Grandview Campus | Lab partners | Medical partners face challenges with Walla Walla General Hospital closure | Foster graduate wants to see her classmates succeed >>

News Links | June 8, 2017

June 08, 2017

Movie-making in Tacoma — now and back in the day | Fake news gets real examination at Clark College | Allure of northern lights draws WW group to Alaska | Port Angeles High School senior headed to SkillsUSA nationals after state win in cabinetmaking | At 93, Yakima Valley art icon still inspiring others with her enthusiasm | Yakima Valley College appoints new Grandview dean | Bates: Machinist instructor named to advisory board of industry accrediting body | Tech question stumping you? Pierce College Puyallup teacher has the answer | Capt. Fuller: Patrol division is face of police | Lawyer, philanthropist to receive UW Bothell’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award | At 16, Onalaska boy preparing to pursue third college degree | Hard work pays off >>

News Links | May 2, 2017

May 02, 2017

Opinion: Community colleges key to Washington’s economic future | New law helps inmates earn workforce-type college degrees | KEDA's 'championship forum' draws a record crowd | Robots are going to take a lot of jobs — here's what we could do about it | Opinion: Dr. Christine Johnson: State disinvestment in community colleges hurts economy | Opinion: Don’t skimp on college need grants; expand them | Spokane woman heading to D.C. to highlight importance of early childhood education | Tri-Cities joins nationwide fight against climate change | EDC’s free marine trades training update | Makerspace meeting draws ideas for place in Arlington where innovation happens | Gov. Inslee honors local students with visits to MTHS, Edmonds CC | Pierce College It’s Possible Gala raises funds to support student success | Washington sued over community colleges’ troubled software system | Centralia College Foundation Names 2017 Exceptional Faculty Award Winners | Kilmer: Ethics rules should apply to Congress | Rep. DelBene meets with Veterans Advisory Board | South Seattle College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program partners with Delta Air Lines | Lower Columbia College Foundation receives $335,000 endowment | When a college degree isn't enough | Opinion: Fundraising >>

News Links | April 27, 2017

April 27, 2017

Opinion: Extra inning for session needed, but shouldn’t be | Suzanne Johnson named next Green River president | Video game expo takes off in Bellevue | Marysville students explore options at Opportunity Expo | Governor signs measure expanding prison education programs | EvCC’s pre-college math program gets boost from grant | The small but mighty CloverBots of Battle Ground >>

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