Monday, August 31, 2009

NEWS LINKS | Aug. 31, 2009


SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




Aerospace training may start soon at Paine Field

An industry group and Edmonds Community College have signed an operating deal for a center at Paine Field.

Everett Herald, Aug 31, 2009


Suquamish, College Put Final Touches on Gaming Studies Program

Kitsap Sun, Aug 31, 2009


College costs alter dreams: $9,000 for dorms put UW out of reach for freshman

“She has enrolled at South Puget Sound Community College to study video production, and plans to transfer to the University of Southern California after two years to attend its film school.”

The Olympian, Aug 31, 2009


StreamFest teaches about land trust, stream restoration (Peninsula College)

Peninsula Daily News, Aug 31, 2009


Dual identity

Buster Barton finds that his career as a steer wrestler on the Columbia River Circuit helps him recruit members to the Walla Walla Community College rodeo team he coaches.

Walla Walla Union Bulletin, Aug 29, 2009


Back to school health tips (Big Bend CC instructor)

Columbia Basin Herald, Aug 28, 2009




Going For Distance

Inside Higher Ed, Aug 31, 2009




Klobuchar to highlight federal plans to strengthen community colleges

Hometown Source, Aug 31, 2009




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