Wednesday, May 12, 2010

NEWS LINKS | May 12, 2010

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




Familiar face to lead South Seattle Community College

Gary Oertli, interim president at Seattle Central Community College, has been named the next president of South Seattle Community College.

Seattle Times, May 12, 2010


Bachelor's degrees in nursing now offered in Everett

In a partnership with the [University of Washington's Bothell] and Everett Community College, the program is expected to enroll 25 full-time-equivalent students this year through the University Center of North Puget Sound at EvCC

The Herald, May 12, 2010


1,500 high schoolers to descend on Clover Park TC

The Suburban Times, May 11, 2010


Weinsteins secure laptop grant to aid low-income Big Bend CC students

Othello Outlook, May 11, 2010


Lessons in community harmony

Wenatchee Valley College lost its mariachi music program a few years ago. “I wanted to do something for the community,” said Osbaldo Chavez.
The Wenatchee World, May 11, 2010


Pierce athletes to be inducted in NWAACC Hall of Fame

The Suburban Times, May 10, 2010




Salary report shakes up state worker stereotypes

The Olympian, May 12, 2010


The Incredible Shrinking CIO

Technology leaders no longer have the president's ear at some campuses, and that could spell trouble, they say.

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 9, 2010


Would You Like Credit With That Internship?

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 9, 2010



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