Beginning September 27th, King County Metro will be implementing widespread bus route cuts that will affect many BC student’s commutes. The cuts come in the face of decreasing revenues over the past several years. 28 routes will be deleted, and 13 routes revised to fit the current budget. In order to maintain services, the Metro …more about How this quarter’s Metro route cuts will affect you
Meet Bellevue College student artist, Karli Colacurcio, and see nature through her art in the latest edition of the Belletrist.
Bellevue College Faculty have been integrating sustainability into the Bellevue College curriculum since before the first Bellevue College Earth Week. In 2009 the Sustainability Task Force launched by President Floaten opened up discussion on sustainability in the curriculum. In 2010 the College’s first sustainability position was hired and the task force reformed as the Sustainability Curriculum …more about Sustainability Education Continues to Grow
Many new options for spring are available in the Library Media Center, check them out today!
Zombies are popping up everywhere lately but how can Zombies or detoxing teach us to be sustainable? These two courses may help in different ways…
Calling all faculty! Sustainability Resource Canvas Site is looking for YOU to enter our contest and win a poster advertising your course professionally designed by BC’s graphics team! Help share your sustainability and Earth Week 2014’s all over campus.
The Sustainability Curriculum Committee is asking all faculty to pledge to teach Earth Week in some way, big or small….
Northwest SEED is looking for a motivated, energetic person to organize and coordinate workshops and outreach events related to their solar programs.
On October 4th, 2013 Bellevue College Student Programs Financial Adviser Hristo Stoynov (pronounced Chris) flew to St. Port Huron, Michigan to attend “The Campus as Living Laboratory Event” at St. Clair Country Community College. The event was sponsored by Siemens, an electronics and engineering company based in Germany, and funded by a grant from the …more about Campus as a Living Laboratory
On September 10th, the Office of Sustainability visited Cascadia Community College’s Center for Global Learning and Arts. This building is a cutting-edge, LEED Platinum building, and it signals a high level of commitment to sustainability. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is awarded at four levels – Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. BC’s Office of Sustainability …more about Community College Leadership – Building Green, Dreaming Big!