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Inslee names Richard Fukutaki to Bellevue College Board of Trustees

Richard Fukutaki

Washington Governor Jay Inslee has named Richard Fukutaki, of Bellevue, to the Board of Trustees of Bellevue College. In this role, Fukutaki will participate in the six-member board that oversees college operations and finance. “Our institution is positioned to make great strides in the coming years,” said BC President Dr. David Rule.  “Richard brings a wealth ...

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BC, WSU Town Hall meeting, Sept. 8, 2015

On September 8 and 9, 2015, representatives from BC and WSU sat down for a town hall meeting to discuss a possible partnership between the two institutions.

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BC Quarterly invites community to Bellevue College soccer

Complimentary refreshments, chili and prize packages   The Bellevue College Foundation is hosting a “BC Quarterly,” donor and community appreciation event, on Saturday, Sept. 26 to help cheer on the Bellevue Bulldog soccer teams as they face off against South Puget Sound Community College. WHAT:  The BC Foundation will be serving complimentary beer and chili as fans ...

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Bellevue College to host 8th annual Cycle the WAVE ride

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Annual all-woman cycling event benefits Puget Sound domestic violence programs Bellevue College will host Cycle the WAVE, a fully supported, non-competitive, all-women’s cycling event Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015 to raise funds for domestic violence programs across Washington state. Bellevue College and Cycle the WAVE organizers anticipate 1,200 women of all ages and fitness levels to visit the ...

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Bellevue College names new VP of Economic and Workforce Development

Albert Lewis

Position will provide business, industry and economic leadership on the eastside campus  Bellevue College has appointed Albert Lewis, Jr. as Vice President of Economic and Workforce Development.  In this role, he will work to expand the college’s outreach in the business, industry and economic development sectors while responding to local economic development and training needs for ...

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New film to preview at Bellevue College

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Money. Murder. Politics. When a disgraced young journalist teams up with a reluctant hardened veteran detective to investigate the death of a young girl, the two uncover clues which lead directly to the state’s most powerful people. That’s the story of the new feature film, PENDULUM, produced and filmed locally and on the Bellevue College campus, ...

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Phil Borges’ Women Empowered exhibition coming to Bellevue College Gallery Space

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Artist’s work open to the public Sept. 30 – Oct. 30 The Bellevue College Gallery Space will host “Women Empowered,” a photography exhibit from Phil Borges Sept. 30 – Oct. 30, 2015 with a public reception with the artist on Sept. 30 from 4 – 7 p.m.  The artist will also host a formal lecture at ...

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Bellevue College receives $966k DHHS grant to improve healthcare IT education

Program will advance training in fast-growing, crucial sector   Bellevue, WASH – Bellevue College has been awarded a $966,436 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to fund a new initiative to develop curriculum for use by Washington educators and those across the nation, and ...

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Bellevue College Parent Education to host free community classes

Bellevue College Parent Education will host a series of free community parenting talks July 28 through Aug.27 in varying locations throughout Bellevue. Dates, Locations and topics: July 28 “Educating Young Children,” Unity of Bellevue, 16330 NE 4th St., 98008 July 29 “Helping Children Manage Emotions,” Bellevue College, North Campus, 14673 NE 29th Pl., 98007 Aug. 5 “Introduction to Positive ...

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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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