Monday, September 28, 2009

NEWS LINKS | Sept. 28, 2009

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




Students tour CBC research area, Burbank farm

Tri-City Herald, September 25, 2009


Boeing slashes tuition perk / The popular program will be limited to degrees and classes relevant to the aerospace company's goals, but SPEEA plans to fight it

The Herald, Sept. 26, 2009 (Everett CC)


EdCC union president reinstated as English teacher / A state employment panel says union activities were no reason for the college to refuse renewal of her contract

The Herald, September 27, 2009


Computer recycler gives itself an upgrade

They're tested by volunteers and students from Clark College's vocational training program.  It's great to see this stuff going out to people who can't afford it," said John Walway, a Clark College student and computer help-desk worker. "If both sides of the fence aren't getting their hands on technology, some are going to get left way behind."

The Columbian, September 27, 2009


Bellingham GP Site Renamed In Dedication Ceremony

KGMI 790 AM, September 28, 2009 (Bellingham TC)





8 Strategies for Recruiting Adult Students to 4-Year Colleges

Chronicle of Higher Education, September 27, 2009


Of Leaders and Lightning Rods: Confessions of a Community College Dean

Inside Higher Ed, September 28, 2009


Career Coach: Women and Work Styles

Inside Higher Ed, September 28, 2009


In Praise of 'Community'

Inside Higher Ed, September 28, 2009



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