Posted in April 2013

PCC Rock Creek expands its options
April 18, 2013 Written by Gina Whitehill-Baziuk There’s not a quiet moment at Building 7 of the Portland Community College’s […] Posted April 18, 2013
Construction site for the new kitchen addition in Mt. Tabor Hall (April 2013) Expanded Crossroads Cafe and menu for Southeast on track for Fall term
April 18, 2013 Written by Gina Whitehill-Baziuk Site work continues on the southwest side of Mt. Tabor Hall to expand […] Posted April 18, 2013
Attendees are encouraged to dress as if they are going to a job interview and to show up early. Job fair adds new service 1
Job seekers will not only get tools needed for that competitive advantage in the jobs market, but access to a photography ‘headshot’ service to help them better market themselves to employers Posted April 18, 2013
View of Building 7 from the south side of the new facade under construction. Rock Creek finishes concrete work for Building 7
April 16, 2013 Written by Gina Whitehill-Baziuk It isn’t as dramatic as the first pour for Building 7 at Rock Creek, […] Posted April 16, 2013
PCC Reads starts this week
As part of PCC Reads, Kwok will speak about her book, “Girl in Translation,” and provide opportunities for people to ask questions and sign copies of her novel Posted April 15, 2013
Lit magazine seeking submissions
Sylvania's annual magazine of art and literature is seeking poems, fiction, photos, graphic art, and creative nonfiction by PCC students and staff for this year's issue Posted April 12, 2013
In 2012, Dolores Galindo also received the Woman of Distinction Award from PCC after being nominated by her students. Galindo named Vet Tech of the Year 1
Galindo graduated from PCC’s Veterinary Technology Program in 1990. She spent several years in private practice before returning to the college as the lead technician for the program Posted April 12, 2013
An art walk to remember 1
Jim Johnstone and crew led the creation of PCC’s first smart phone accessible art walk Posted April 9, 2013
Conversation Cafe welcomes volunteers 2
Conversation Cafe will be hosting a series of workshops on volunteer and employment opportunities, community service and resources Posted April 9, 2013
Left to right, Julia Stoops’ ‘Thought and Spirit,’ and Meg Peterson’s ‘Orbit II.’ 'Space Between' opens at Sylvania 1
In their first collaborative exhibition, Meg Peterson and Julia Stoops present the exhibit, “The Space Between,” throughout April in the North View Gallery at the Sylvania Campus Posted April 8, 2013