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Ginny Gilder to speak at Bellevue College commencement

Ginny Gilder

Seattle Storm co-owner to share mistakes and lessons learned along the way Investor and co-owner of the Seattle Storm, Virginia “Ginny” Gilder will address graduates as the keynote speaker for Bellevue College’s 48th annual commencement ceremony on Friday, June 19, in Seattle’s KeyArena. “I am looking forward to sharing some of my experiences with the graduating class ...

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Bellevue College autism program to partner with Central Washington University

Wendy Holden, CWU's Director of Student Disability Services, Sara Gardner, BC's ASN Program Director, and Dr. Steven Martel, BC's Counseling Center Program Chair kick off a day of training in Ellensburg

Unique program helps students with autism succeed in higher education Bellevue College announced today it will partner with Central Washington University beginning spring quarter, 2015 to bring BC’s successful Autism Spectrum Navigators (ASN) program to the Ellensburg, Wash. campus. BC created the ASN program in 2011 to support autistic students in accessing college programs and services, including ...

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Bellevue College to perform Carnival

BC student rehearses for production of Carnival

Four night run opens March 11, 2015 Bellevue College Theatre Arts, with support from the School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts in Seattle, will thrill audiences with their production of Carnival, the 1962 Tony Award winner for Best Musical about a girl named Lilly who finds herself working in a traveling circus. Lilly is excited ...

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Bellevue College DECA Returns Triumphant from Regional Competition

2015 BC team touring Craigdarroch Castle in Victoria, BC

20 BC students will advance to the national competition, represent school Twenty out of 23 Bellevue College students are advancing from the Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference held Feb. 19 – 21 in Victoria, BC and will participate in the national competition in Orlando, Fla. April 18-21. Bellevue College fielded the largest team at the ...

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Bellevue College to host Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair

students attending the 2014 ISEF convention

Fair encourages k-12 students to explore careers in STEM fields More than 200 students from King and Snohomish counties will compete Saturday, March 7 in the sixth annual Bellevue College Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) in the Bellevue College gymnasium. Fair organizers are encouraging public participation between 1 – 3 p.m. and will present ...

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The Passing of Dr. Elson Floyd

Dear colleagues, On the heels of an amazing graduation celebration, it is with true sadness and loss that I let you that Dr. Elson Floyd, President of Washington State University, died this morning. While I can not claim the honor of claiming Dr. Floyd as a friend, I was privileged to become a colleague and acquaintance.  I ...

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Bellevue College honors four employees with Margin of Excellence awards

L-R: Chelsie Hanks, Jennifer Conner, Nancy McEachran, Keith Rowley at the Margin of Excellence award ceremony

Annual awards recognize top faculty and staff The Bellevue College Foundation honored Jennifer Conner, Chelsie Hanks, Nancy McEachran, and Keith Rowley on Wednesday, June 3 during the college’s year-end celebration, with Margin of Excellence Awards for their outstanding work in support of students and colleagues at the college. Created in 1984 by the BC Foundation, the Margin ...

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Arabic Heritage Week: June 2 – June 4

Come celebrate and experience a part of the Arabic culture through food, music, art, dance, and language! Tuesday, June 2 to Thursday, June 4 11 am – 3 pm Student Union Courtyard Souq (Marketplace) Tasty pastries, Henna tattoos, and Arabic Arts and Crafts Tuesday, June 2 11 am – 2 pm Cafeteria, stage George Sadak & Ensemble “Drummer and Egyptian tabla player (dumbek), George’s musical ...

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Bellevue College’s Science Division invites community to open house June 6

Visiting family works with food coloring and shaving cream to explore the properties of water-loving/-hating molecules

Event will feature science-related activities for all ages Bellevue College’s Science Division and SAMI (Science And Math Institute) will host an open house for the community on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a variety of fun, educational and hands-on activities and demonstrations in science, technology, engineering, and math. The event will emphasize ...

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Video Game Tournament to spread message of Autism Acceptance

Community can learn about condition that affects hundreds of thousands in U.S. Bellevue College will hold the fourth-annual Autism Acceptance Video Game Tournament Friday, April 24 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. to increase understanding about autism and raise community awareness of its innovative Autism Spectrum Navigators program, which provides access support for autistic students in ...

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