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Everett Community College Offers Presidency To Daria J. Willis

Everett Community College Offers Presidency To Daria J. Willis

Earlier this week, Everett Community College’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to offer the college presidency to Daria J. Willis, Ph.D. Willis has accepted, pending completion of contract negotiations. The decision was made at a special board meeting Monday after a national search, a campus visit earlier this month with student, faculty, staff and community […]

Nearly 50 Students From Across Washington State Commit To Pursuing STEM Careers

Just like signing days for athletes, the second-annual Washington STEM Signing Day presented in partnership with Boeing today celebrated high school seniors from across the state as they made their commitments to some of the state and country’s top technical schools, colleges, and universities. Students signed STEM Letters of Intent at the state capitol in […]

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SPECIAL EVENT: KING… FROM ATLANTA TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP TO AIR ON KING HOLIDAY

Join us for a special celebration of Dr. King with the special radio docu drama, “King: From Atlanta to the Mountain Top.” This special three-hour program traces the civil rights movement and chronicles the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “King: From Atlanta to the Mountaintop” is the highly acclaimed and award winning three hour docu-drama which […]

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Heritage High School student Heidi Hayden was honored by the Clark County Council for designing the winning entry in a logo contest for the county’s Parks Advisory Board. Three other Heritage students were also honored during the council meeting. Eli Entwistle crafted the second-place logo, while Jennifer Jones and Viktoria Kryshtal jointly designed the third-place […]

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(Salem, Ore) – Every year, the Oregon Department of Education honors teachers and their impact on students’ lives through the Oregon Teacher of the Year award. The award recognizes an outstanding teacher as a representative of all of the educators in our state and gives Oregonians an opportunity to share information on teachers who are […]

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To address the under-representation of minority journalists in newsrooms, the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism will launch a diversity initiative that includes an all-expenses-paid, two-month summer internship program for 20 participants and free tuition for five students. The three-year diversity initiative is supported by $1.2 million from the John S. […]

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