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Mohamad Imran advocated for years to get his brother Ikram out of a detention camp. Now Ikram has been reunited with Mohamad here in Western Washington.
The Board of Trustees of Bellevue College has announced the four finalists for the school's next president. The finalists — Darrell Cain, Cory Clasemann, Tonya Drake, and David May — will visit the BC campus during the weeks of March 6 and March 13.
The Board of Trustees of Bellevue College (BC) announced four finalists to be considered for the next college president—Dr. Darrell Cain, Dr. Cory Clasemann, Dr. Tonya Drake, and Dr. David May. The finalists were selected after a search that yielded well-qualified candidates from across the country.
Some faculty members were more prepared for the sudden pandemic switch to online learning than others, and the BC eLearning team stepped up to create the Online Excellence Teaching Academy, a seven-course program giving instructors the tools they need to be successful in the virtual classroom.
The University of Washington Bothell and Bellevue College are collaborating to integrate the UW Bothell School of Business' former Eastside Leadership Center into new program offerings at the Bellevue College campus, UW Bothell has announced.
Paul Francis has his work cut out for him. As the executive director of the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, he is responsible for helping supply Washington with great thinkers, innovators and workers not only for the economy of tomorrow, but for the economy of today. There is, indeed, an immediate need for…
BC will host Discovery Day on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Student Success Center (U Building). The event is open to prospective students, parents, community members, and current students looking to transition their course of study. Along with a tour of the campus, attendees are invited to explore…
Geekwire | ‘It changed my life’: Microsoft vet creates mentoring program for tech-focused college students
In 2016, Bellevue became the first community college in the state to offer a bachelor’s degree in computer science. The school, located near the headquarters for Amazon and Microsoft, draws from the tech giants for its educators and student advisors. Last year, Bellevue reported that 70% of its computer science graduates were employed in their field.
This February, Bellevue College celebrates Black History Month, a time to honor the rich heritage of the Black and African American community, and the many contributions they have made to our society. At the same time, we must also recognize the significant, life-threatening challenges they continue to face as the result of systemic racism. The brutal murder of Tyre Nichols at the hands of police officers on January 7 is just the latest incident that demonstrates we have not done enough to ensure that our Black friends, colleagues, family, and community members are safe during a traffic stop, in their home, or even jogging in the street, and that the culture within police departments—across all racial and ethnic groups—needs reform.
I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the devastating impact of the earthquake and aftershocks that recently struck Turkey and Syria, a disaster that has so far claimed more than 23,000 lives. Such an unimaginable figure. While we celebrate each life saved by the brave first responders who are risking their own to pull victims from the rubble, the death toll is likely to rise even higher as rescue and recovery efforts continue.