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Posted in November 2015

Toby Dittrich is Out of This World 9 comments for "Physics faculty and NASA partner wants more PCC students to reach for the stars"
PCC’s Toby Dittrich is making things happen for the college’s science students, as well as all things outer space Posted November 30, 2015
PCC Cascade dedicates gymnasium for college and civic leader
When Harold Williams Sr., a longtime member of the PCC board of directors, passed away in 2012 at age 69, […] Posted November 25, 2015
Sylvania concludes Phase II work at College Center
The recent removal of a temporary wall in Sylvania’s College Center (CC) signals the imminent completion of the latest stage […] Posted November 25, 2015
Bond work is on schedule at Cascade’s Library and Student Services Building
Extensive remodeling of the Library at PCC Cascade – a major part of the second phase of the voter-approved bond […] Posted November 25, 2015
James is Transforming Classrooms 2 comments for "Alum Shay James has made a career out of giving back to Portland schools"
PCC graduate Shay James has made a career out of engaging students in Portland Public Schools Posted November 23, 2015
Harold Williams. Harold Williams to be Honored 4 comments for "Cascade Campus gym’s basketball court to be named in late board trustee’s memory"
Portland Community College is honoring the late Williams on Wednesday, Dec. 2, when the basketball court at the Cascade Campus will be officially dedicated to his memory Posted November 20, 2015
Students Win Passports to Study 3 comments for "Fifty students win passports to facilitate their study abroad opportunities"
Fifty PCC students got free passports to study anywhere they want in the world Posted November 18, 2015
The detention pond, with its layers of plants, filters pollutants from the water, slows the water flow and reduces erosion. Storm Water Project Successful
The new large storm water mitigation structure near Parking Lot 5, on the south side of campus, handled a massive rainstorm runoff that occurred last month, moving thousands of gallons of water through the three-tiered system Posted November 17, 2015
Sen. Dembrow Visits ESOL Students
On Nov. 13, State Senator Michael Dembrow dazzled the crowd at Southeast Campus' popular Conversation Café, which helps ESOL students gain English language skills Posted November 16, 2015
Rock Creek's Winning Garden 9 comments for "National sustainability organization AASHE awards PCC with its highest honor"
PCC’s Rock Creek Campus wins a national sustainability award for its dynamic Learning Garden Posted November 16, 2015