Friday, November 5, 2010

NEWS LINKS | Nov. 5, 2010

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




New technology leads students to become the teachers / Five Hazen students help business owners expand to Facebook

The project came about when Renton Technical College business adviser Steve Burke called DECA instructor and business education department chair Ray McCabe with the idea to help small businesses market themselves in more affordable ways.

Newcastle News, November 5, 2010


Nearly 500 turn out for job fair / Most in attendance, including 365 veterans, optimistic about prospects

Nearly 500 job seekers flocked to Clark College’s Gaiser Hall on Thursday to seek work through a veterans-focused job fair.

The Columbian, November 5, 2010





The Rise of the 'Edupunk'

At TIAA-CREF conference, higher ed braces for a new breed of tech-savvy students who won't play by the old rules.

Inside Higher Ed, November 5, 2010


Democratic Governors, Female Trustees

Odds of public college board members being female depend on who is leading a state

Inside Higher Ed, November 5, 2010



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