Abe Proctor

Contact info: abraham.proctor@pcc.edu

Articles (153):

Veronica Vichit-Vadakan Vichit-Vadakan used her love of trivia and job skills to become a game show champion 24
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan competes on the iconic television game show and wins big Posted August 2, 2021
PCC Government Relations – April Report
The month of April was an active one for the PCC lobbying campaign Posted May 11, 2021
Brad Barbarick and PCC’s athletics program put the full-court press on COVID-19
Athletics director Brad Barbarick discusses how his program has health with the effects of the coronavirus Posted March 11, 2021
Gold pioneer on capitol dome. PCC needs your voice for Virtual Day at the Capitol
PCC’s Virtual Day at the Capitol is coming up on Tuesday, March 9 Posted February 10, 2021
Strategic Energy Management team earns top awards from Energy Trust
“Strategic Energy Management” is a term that’s entered into the parlance in recent years. It describes an approach to helping […] Posted February 8, 2021
Photo of a sleeping man under bright blue lights, taken from one of the films Longest-running African film festival in the United States continues in February 2
The 31st Cascade Festival of African Films is entirely online from Feb. 5 through March 10 Posted January 18, 2021
Lisa George at the Cascade Campus Faculty leader Lisa George builds equity and inclusion into remote learning 16
The faculty leader has helped colleagues be better educators during this unprecedented time of online operations Posted December 14, 2020
DaNene Dwyer with Kali Giaritta PCC’s new On Ramps series provides pathways to careers in industry 5
A new PCC prep series is industry-focused and skills-based, allowing students pathways to CTE careers Posted November 16, 2020
Henry Mesa and Miriam Latzer in the garden Rock Creek Learning Garden uses its closure to create fruitful partnership to feed those in need
Miriam Latzer and Henry Mesa are providing St. Juan Diego Church's food pantry with fresh learning garden produce Posted October 26, 2020
Rock Creek solar panel. Portland, Chemeketa community colleges join groundbreaking Oregon Community Solar Program
The two colleges have subscribed to receive 5.7 megawatts of electricity that will be offset through the program's duration Posted October 15, 2020