Spring 2019 Issue
BC’s radiation and imaging management program takes grad further than she imagined
Twenty-something Katie Chang supervises ultrasound, nuclear medicine, PET and CT scans, echo- cardiography and nuclear cardiol- ogy for Overlake Medical Center & Clinic in Bellevue, Washington. With 36 people reporting to her and an ever-changing technological landscape, no two days are ever the same.
Daniel Cruz had an enviable career as a professional dancer—one many could only dream of. He worked with artists such as Prince and Macklemore and appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards. But between performances, Cruz found himself watching HGTV.Read the full story...
What computer programmer wouldn’t want to work at Microsoft? Recent Bellevue College grad Erik Uri is thrilled with his new position as a software engineer there. He credits faculty in the college’s computer science program, as well as support staff in its Autism Spectrum Navigators program, for helping him land the job of his dreams shortly after graduating.Read the full story...
On any given night, more than 12,000 people in King County will experience homelessness. Numerous organizations open their doors in the evening to provide shelter, generally offering mattresses rolled out on the floor and bins for belongings. BC interior design faculty member Michael Culpepper wanted his students to consider how to make shelter space more efficient while also designing something that meets more than basic needs: He wanted his students to consider the dignity of those using the space.Read the full story...
Also in this Issue:
- Introduction: Dr. Jerry Weber, President, Bellevue College
- Take 5 with Naeim Rahmani
- Transforming BC into a 24/7 Learning Community
- Merle Landerholm
- From the Hotel Rwanda to the United Nations
- 21st Century Learning in 21st Century Spaces
- A Global Symposium on Women’s Leadership at Oxford
- Growing Sustainability Leadership at BC
- Campus Roundup