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Events in November 2014

  • November 4, 2014

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

    1:30 pm

    All are welcome to celebrate our graduates, so please join us as we recognize the academic accomplishments of TRiO students.

  • November 5, 2014

    2:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 10:00 - 2:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

    12:30 pm

    In the coming months the Office of Student Legislative Affairs will be holding public hearings to update students on its work and to take input on what could be improved. The dates are: Aug. 6, Oct. 1, Nov. 5, Dec. 3, Feb. 4, March 4, May 6, June 3.

    7:00 pm

    Room C120B

    Come and learn more about our Data Analytics bachelor's degree.

  • November 6, 2014

    Join us Thursday, Nov. 6th from 5pm to 6:30pm in C130 for the Arab Poet Society Event!

    The event features renowned Arab poets - Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Rajaa Garbi, Maged Zaher and the Arabic Culture Student Association members.

    Immerse yourself in an evening of poetry, music and refreshments at Bellevue College.

    Sponsored by the Arabic Culture Student Association

  • November 7, 2014

    10:30 am

    R140

    Detailed information for potential students. For more information: http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ndt/

     

    9:30 pm

    BC's Vocal Jazz directed by Thomas Almli and BC's Jazz Band directed by Jim Sisko are hosting a Jazz Night Concert on Nov 7th at 7:30pm in the Carlson Theater.

    Tickets are $7 general admission and $5 student/faculty/seniors/military. You can pre-purchase your tickets online through www.Brownpapertickets.com  or 1-800 838-3006 starting Oct 1st. Also tickets will go on sale at 6:45pm in the lobby of the Carlson Theater and the doors will open at 7:15p.For more information call Lyneen Patnoe at 425.564.3114 or lyneen.patnoe@bellevuecollege.edu

  • November 10, 2014

    12:20 pm

    A panel about different types of computer related degrees and how to successfully transfer to a Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Systems. Features: Michael Reese, BC Career Center; Stacey Doran, UW Bothell Computing and Software Systems Programs; David Ross, UW Tacoma Institute of Technology; Laurie Stehle, Central Washington University Online ITAM degrees. For more information contact Audrey Fischer at 425.564.2307 or audrey.fischer@bellevuecollege.edu.

     

    4:20 pm

    "I want to be a teacher...where do I start?"

    Whether you are interested in Elementary, Middle/High School, or Early Childhood Education, start here to learn about pathways to teaching in Washington. This workshop will include information about classes to take at BC and which prerequisites you may need for different Washington education programs.

     

     

  • November 11, 2014

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

  • November 12, 2014

    2:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 10:00 - 2:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

    12:00 pm

    The Bellevue College Brain Injury Support Group is for people who have a brain injury. Come and express your feelings and frustrations and add your support for others. Sponsored by the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington. For more information, call Kate Fournier at (206) 794-3374.

    12:20 pm

    A no nonsense practical workshop filled with money-saving tips for you as you plan to transfer to a university. For more information contact Audrey Fisher at 425.564.2307 or audrey.fischer@belleveucollege.edu.

    1:20 pm

    Many universities require a personal statement as part of the transfer application process. Does the thought of writing a personal statement sound intimidating? Have you looked at the statement prompt for your chosen transfer school and aren't sure where to begin? This workshop will provide you with some general information on what it means to write a personal statement, encouragement to start writing, and tips for how to brainstorm and structure your writing. For more information contact Audrey Fischer at 425.564.2307 or audrey.fischer@bellevuecollege.edu.

     

    2:20 pm

    Two sessions: 1:30-2:20pm and 4:30-5:20pm

    A comprehensive overview of the transfer process with helpful tips and action steps for students interested in transfer to a 4 year university. Wondering which transfer degree to choose? Whether a student is early in the process and just curious or getting ready to apply, this workshop has something for everyone! For  more information contact Audrey Fischer at 425.564.2307 or audrey.fischer@bellevuecollege.edu.

     

     

    3:20 pm

    Are you pursuing a transfer degree in science, technology, engineering, or math? The Associate Dean of Seattle University's College of Science and Engineering Mara Rempe will be joined by advisors, faculty, and students from Seattle U's top-notch science, engineering, and computer science programs. They will discuss the transfer process, scholarships and financial aid, and what it's like to study STEM fields at Seattle U.  For more information contact  Michael Reese at 425-564-4066.

    4:30 pm

    Learn how to prepare for admission into a nursing program at community colleges (such as Bellevue College or Shoreline) as well as universities (such as UW or SU).  Planning, pre-requisites, obtaining experience, and tips will be discussed.  This workshop is not a substitute for the Bellevue College Nursing Program Information Sessions.

    5:00 pm

    Wed., Nov. 12, from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. in B242

    Prospective and current Bellevue College students with an interest in transferring to a university and majoring in Business or Accounting should plan to attend this Associate in Business - Direct Transfer Agreement information session. Sessions are Wednesdays, Nov. 12, 19, and Dec. 3 from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in B242. Check the college events calendar (www.bellevuecollege.edu/events/) before attending in the event of reschedule or cancellation. 

    You will learn:

    • About the Associate in Business Degree at Bellevue College
    • How to get started -- Choosing courses for your degree
    • Understanding course and program requirements
    • Resources for Business DTA students

    Presented by Academic Advising

  • November 13, 2014

    1:00 pm

    More than 30 universities will be represented with admissions advisors to answer you transfer questions and talk about bachelor's degree program options. Come check out the tables in the Cafeteria and stick around for the Q and A panel right afterward at 1:30pm. For more information contact Audrey Fischer at 425.564.2307 or audrey.fischer@bellevuecollege.edu.

    1:20 pm

    Since 1980, the proportional representation of women in US prisons has been increasing. Along with this, there has been greater attention to experience of women in prison and the overall adjustment process for female inmates. Women present with many specific life factors that contribute to unique prison experience. This talk will focus on some of these life factors and struggles, as well as the process of adaptation for incarcerated women.

     

    Presented by Dr. Kayleen Islam-Zwart, Professor of Psychology, Eastern Washington University

     

    Dr. Kayleen Islam-Zwart has been with EWU since 2001 and is the Director for the EWU Psychology at Bellevue College. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Idaho State University. As a licensed psychologist in the State of Washington, her clinical interests are primarily focused on disability assessment and cognitive evaluation. Her research focuses on female offenders, prison adjustment, and sexual victimization. Dr. Islam- Zwart has regularly presented at professional conferences and is on the editorial board for the journal Criminal Justice and Behavior. This event is free to the campus and surrounding community. Instructors are encouraged to bring their classes. For more information contact Carol Anderson at 425.564.2327 or carol.anderson@bellevuecollege.edu.

    4:45 pm

    For: Prospective and current Bellevue College students with an interest in a healthcare career, but undecided on a specific healthcare training program. Explore the many healthcare associate degree and certificate options at Bellevue College, such as Nursing, Imaging Sciences, Neurodiagnostic Technologist, and the Allied Health Professions. Staff and faculty also welcome!

    When and Where: From 3:30 to 4:45- Building D, Room D240H (follow the signs). Individual Questions answered until 5:00 pm

    Parking is free after 3:00pm in all student parking lots!

    - Learn about the Associate Degree and Certificate Healthcare Programs at Bellevue College

    - Similarities and differences between the Healthcare Programs

    - Success strategies and resources for the Healthcare Programs

    - How to get started

    - Funding your education

    - Already have a degree in the Health Sciences and are looking for advanced certification or a Bachelor degree? Go directly to the Bachelor program department please http://bellevuecollege.edu/programs/degrees/

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    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

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  • November 14, 2014

    Two free shows: 7:00 pm and 8:30pm in BC's Greer Planetarium (B-244)

    Each show will consist of two professionally produced planetarium shows, "Stars" and "The Secret Lives of Stars," as well a live segment introducing the audience to that night's sky, and will last a little over an hour. For more information, contact Jennifer Pang at 425.564.3055 or jennifer.pang@bellevuecollege.edu.

    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

    NO LATE SEATING

     

     

  • November 15, 2014

    5:00 pm

    See GLEE Super Star, Lauren Potter, AKA 'Becky Jackson' along with special guest, Steve Ferreira!

    BE EXCEPTIONAL!  Lauren Potter's incredible story of perseverance will inspire audiences of ALL AGES. This is an event not to miss!

    Tickets: $10 individual ticket, $20 family ticket 

    Bellevue College Student/Staff Discount – use code BC2014 when buying tickets

    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

    NO LATE SEATING

     

     

  • November 18, 2014

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

    3:00 pm

    Since Winter 2013, the English Department has been providing students accelerated composition and reading classes via the Accelerated Learning Program. The Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) is a ten credit, English 101 and 092/093, two-hour class where students, who have pre-college composition and reading placement, enroll in both our college-level and pre-college composition courses simultaneously. The English 092/093 component, which has an enrollment cap of ten students, is a review/preparation hour where the instructor provides support for the student's 101 class. The ALP fosters success by relying on a high challenge/high support learning environment, and incorporates resources from Student Support Services, and the Reading and Writing Lab.

    Come to our one hour information session on Tuesday, Nov. 18, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. and learn about the following:

    • The rationale and success of ALP nationally
    • Brief history of ALP in the English Department at Bellevue College
    • How ALP works: organization and instructional approach
    • Success rates: data of students' grades, retention and completion
    • Voices: testimonies from instructors, students, and Student Support Services representatives (TRIO, MCS)
    • Upcoming projects for ALP - Piloting Microsoft Surface Pros with Russ Beard, Vice President of Information Resources
    • Upcoming training and workshops for current and future ALP instructors, and anyone interested
    • Upcoming brown bag sessions for staff and faculty
    • Q & A

    All are welcome! In addition to learning about ALP in the English Department, come explore some methods (experiential) used in the support section that may be applicable for your students both in and out of the classroom.

    See you there!

    Donna Miguel & David Lopez-Kopp, ALP Course Co-Coordinators, English Department Faculty

    Person to call for more info:      Donna Miguel

    Number to call for more info:     425.564.2553

     

     

    9:00 pm

    The BC Music Dept presents:  From the Chamber: a concert of vocal and instrumental music

    When: Tuesday Nov 18th, 2014

    Where: Carlson Theater

    Time:  7:30pm .

    Price: $5 general admission: You can purchase your tickets at Brown Paper Tickets www.brownpapertickets.com  or 1-800-838-8006. Tickets will go on sale at 6:45 pm in the Carlson lobby.  For more information call Lyneen Patnoe at 425.564.3114 or lyneen.patnoe@bellevuecollege.edu

    Curated by Dr. Brian Cobb. The concert program includes works by Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, and more.

  • November 19, 2014

    10:30 pm

    R-140

    Detailed information for potential students about:

    . NDT AA Degree Program

    .The application process

    .Prerequisite requirements

    .Advising

    For more info to: http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ndt/

     

     

    2:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 10:00 - 2:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

    1:54 pm

    This is a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Community College District VIII.

    5:00 pm

    Wed., Nov. 19, from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. in B242

    Prospective and current Bellevue College students with an interest in transferring to a university and majoring in Business or Accounting should plan to attend this Associate in Business - Direct Transfer Agreement information session. Sessions are Wednesdays, Nov.  19, and Dec. 3 from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in B242. Check the college events calendar (www.bellevuecollege.edu/events/) before attending in the event of reschedule or cancellation. 

    You will learn:

    • About the Associate in Business Degree at Bellevue College
    • How to get started -- Choosing courses for your degree
    • Understanding course and program requirements
    • Resources for Business DTA students

    Presented by Academic Advising

    5:00 pm

    Pre-Professional Health Sciences Workshop for first year Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Veterinary students.

    An overview for first-year students interested in any of the above professional schools.  Discussion topics will include the basics: prerequisites, planning for transfer, choosing a bachelor's degree, and gaining experience.

  • November 20, 2014

    6:30 pm

    Annual Turkey Dinner, sponsored by Food Services, is happening today in the cafeteria from 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM

    For $6.99 you get:

    • Roasted Turkey
    • Fresh Old Fashioned Stuffing
    • Mashed Potatoes w/ Turkey Gravy
    • Steamed Veggies
    • Cranberry Sauce
    • Pumpkin Pie & Whip

    Yummmmm!

    12:20 pm

    Everyone welcome!

    The war that began in 1914 signaled the terminal phase in the crisis of the European old regime - a crisis that had begun more than a century before. Pursuing the story of this crisis across themes of domination, integration, and betrayal, Raymond Jonas will consider the great power rivalries that underpinned the war, and the bleak, geopolitical thinking that informed them.

    Questions? Contact: brian.casserly@bellevuecollege.edu or 425-564-3140

     

    4:45 pm

    For: Prospective and current Bellevue College students with an interest in a healthcare career, but undecided on a specific healthcare training program. Explore the many healthcare associate degree and certificate options at Bellevue College, such as Nursing, Imaging Sciences, Neurodiagnostic Technologist, and the Allied Health Professions. Staff and faculty also welcome!

    When and Where: From 3:30 to 4:45- Building D, Room D240H (follow the signs). Individual Questions answered until 5:00 pm

    Parking is free after 3:00pm in all student parking lots!

    - Learn about the Associate Degree and Certificate Healthcare Programs at Bellevue College

    - Similarities and differences between the Healthcare Programs

    - Success strategies and resources for the Healthcare Programs

    - How to get started

    - Funding your education

    - Already have a degree in the Health Sciences and are looking for advanced certification or a Bachelor degree? Go directly to the Bachelor program department please http://bellevuecollege.edu/programs/degrees/

    Sign up below for any future information session and come get to know us! Registration is not required; however, in the event of a cancelation, you will be notified via email.

    Your email for registration confirmation will include a campus map.
    Considering BC? Start a personal profile and get just the info you want and need...

    Click here to sign up today www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0848AEAC22A7F85-bchealthcare/15665896

     

    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

    NO LATE SEATING

     

     

  • November 21, 2014

    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

    NO LATE SEATING

     

     

  • November 22, 2014

    9:30 pm

    Dead Man’s Cell Phone By Sarah Ruhl

    A man dies in a café.  His phone rings.  When Jean answers it she enters a world of compassion, comfort, corporate espionage and connection in our highly technological world.

    Nov 13th thru 15th & Nov 20th thru 22 at 7:30pm in the Stop Gap Theatre. Stop Gap Theatre is in the Carlson Theatre Building E.

    Parking is good in lots 12 and 14. Parking after 3pm is free on the Bellevue College campus

    General Admission: $12  Student/Faculty/TPT: $10

    You can Purchase your tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com

    or open this link:

    NO LATE SEATING

     

     

  • November 24, 2014

    All day

    This is a special meeting of the Board of Trustees

  • November 25, 2014

    9:30 pm

    Who: BC Jazz Band Combo, Directed by Jim Sisko

    What: An Evening Concert featuring: The Music of Thelonious Monk, Oscar Hammerstein, Blue Mitchell, Eric Alexander, Lee Morgan and more

    Where: Carlson Theater, E building

    Time: 7:30pm

    Price: $5 general admission

     

     

  • November 26, 2014

    2:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 10:00 - 2:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

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