In November, Bellevue College received the College Diversity Award at the 23rd Annual Washington State Faculty and Staff of Color Conference (FSOCC). Each year the award recognizes a Washington college that “exemplifies diversity and inclusion initiatives, and ability to embrace a broad definition of diversity on campus, including gender, race, ethnicity, veterans, people with disabilities, ...Read the full story!
Bellevue College unveils a robotics and artificial intelligence degree designed to train a generation of software experts.Read the full story!
Bellevue College (BC) recently premiered its new television show, “Influential Women of Washington State” (IWOW). The television show, spearheaded by adjunct marketing professor Kela Hall, focuses on issues facing women in the workplace, on boards of directors, as well as gender equity and popular topics like gun violence, bullying and men as allies.Read the full story!
KBCS and its Hawaiian music program were recently featured in a prime time TV special on Hawaii’s KHON2. Hosts Sam Choy and John Veneri ventured into the Pacific Northwest for an episode called “Sam Choy’s To Go: Seattle to the Max.” (segment starts at 14:42)Read the full story!
On October 24, Bellevue College (BC) will hold Noche Latinx!, a free college information session geared for the Latino community. Attendees will learn more about BC’s academic programs, how to pay for a college education, support programs offered by the college and unique opportunities for undocumented students. The event was developed by BC’s Undocumented Student Task ...Read the full story!
Bellevue College (BC) was recently awarded a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to help address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. BC was one of 57 academic institutions to receive a grant under the OVW’s campus program. The grant will help develop a framework for ...Read the full story!