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Meet the Expert: Erika Ferreri MAED, BSBM, MA-P | Medical Technology Schools

Erika Ferreri, MAED, BSBM, MA-P, has been a member of the allied health faculty at Bellevue College since 2004, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to her part-time teaching role.

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Bellevue College Art Professor Dale Lindman Has a New Exhibit | 425 Magazine

Bellevue College professor Dale Lindman's latest art exhibit, "Between Time and Place," is on display at the Bellevue Arts Museum now through Aug. 25.

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Dale Lindman: Between Time and Place 

Bellevue College art professor Dale Lindman's exhibition, “Between Time and Place,” is on display at the Bellevue Art Museum now until Aug. 25. 

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Bellevue College’s Dr. Sonya Remington Doucette Honored

Dr. Sonya Remington Doucette, BC professor of chemistry, earth, and space science, and Climate Justice Faculty Development Lead, has been recognized with the William E. Bennett Team Award. Presented by the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE), this accolade celebrates the outstanding contributions of individuals and teams to citizen science. 

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IDEAS Grant Awarded to BC

Bellevue College is one of 34 U.S. colleges and universities in 28 U.S. states to be awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students (IDEAS) Program, which aims to develop and expand study abroad programs around the world.

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BC’S Mayer Honored by Seattle Association for Women in Science

Every year, the Seattle Association for Women in Science (AWIS) recognizes a select number of women for their achievements in advancing science or technology, contributing to STEM education, or being outstanding mentors and leaders. BC chemistry professor Jennie Kong Mayer is one of three women who will be honored at the annual Seattle AWIS banquet on June 14. Mayer will receive the Excellence in STEM Education/Outreach award.


BC Names Ariane Hayes Dean of Health Sciences, Education, and Wellness Institute

Bellevue College (BC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ariane Hayes to the position of Dean of the Health Sciences, Education, and Wellness Institute (HSEWI). Hayes has been serving as Assistant Dean of HSEWI since the summer of 2022, working with outgoing Dean Leslie Heizer Newquist.