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Christine Egan

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Christine Egan

Christine Egan is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer and has a graduate degree in land use and environmental planning. Prior to her Peace Corps service in the Dominican Republic, she lived in Washington DC serving as a legislative advisor to U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Richard Bryan of Nevada. She returned to Oregon in 1994 to work with U.S. Senator Mark Hatfield and Congressman Earl Blumenauer on natural resource policy issues. She works with campus administrators and project managers in the PCC Bond Program Office to engage community stakeholders in the planning and design process for PCC campus improvements.

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ASPCC student leaders chip in to help remove graffiti on building across the street. PCC students step up during busy school year to help remove graffiti 5
Over the Memorial Day weekend, the building across the street from the Student Commons at the Southeast Campus was tagged with graffiti along SE 82nd Avenue Posted June 1, 2015
PCC students lend a hand in Southeast Portland clean up
On Saturday, March 7, student leaders from the Southeast Campus worked side by side with Mayor Charlie Hales, local business owners, residents, and Jade District and APANO volunteers to beautify Southeast Portland neighborhoods Posted March 18, 2015
Southeast Campus makes it easier for students to ‘Drive Less, Save More’
This year, student leaders at the Southeast Campus ASPCC Office, Metro and the Oregon Department of Transportation have teamed up to make it easier for PCC students, staff and faculty to leave their cars at home and use other ways of getting to and from campus, like by foot, bike, transit or shared ride. Posted March 11, 2015
Spotlighting small business owners at Southeast Campus gallery reception
The Lents Grown Story Yard Project was developed by ROSE, Youth Builders and the Portland Development Commission as a way to bring more art to the neighborhoods in Southeast Portland and involve youth in celebrating our multicultural business community Posted February 13, 2015
Students pose during their field trip to Intel. Sparking innovation with Young Makers at the Southeast Campus
Fourteen middle school students from three local schools in Southeast Portland come together at the STEM Center at PCC's Southeast Campus every Friday after school to immerse their heads into code and their hands into building circuits Posted February 3, 2015
Left to right, in front of the Administration Building is Southeast Campus President Jessica Howard, Director of the PCC Small Business Development Center and International Trade Center Tammy Marquez-Oldham, CLIMB Center Program Manager Kristen Mozian, SBDC Advisor Andrew Adeboi and Client Services Liaison Roger Huges. Not Pictured: Business Advisor Jarvez Hall. Championing small business in Southeast Portland 1
PCC has opened a new SBDC at the college’s Southeast Campus, its third SBDC office in the metro area Posted January 19, 2015
This December, the student teams show off the “newly” reorganized Print Center room at Southeast Campus. Counter clockwise from left they are: Janet Freeman, Alexus Jordan, Kendal Kelleher, Richard Williams, and Mindy Cobb. Students sharpen their skills and improve the PCC work environment 1
Instructor Mary Schutten guided two teams of students enrolled in the new Workplace Continuous Improvement (CI) course to apply their organizational skills in transforming a disorganized Print Center room at PCC's Southeast Campus Posted December 18, 2014
Bringing cultures together over a cup of tea
In a corner of the Great Hall at PCC Southeast Center, 50 people came together to enjoy a shared moment that transcends their cultural divides and geography Posted June 17, 2014
Previous events have attracted people from at least five countries: Great Britain, Somalia, Russia, Middle East and Vietnam. ‘Tea Transcending Culture’ spotlights tea and cultural understanding
Esther Loanzon is hosting a "Tea Transcending Culture" get-together from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 28, in the Great Hall, Mt. Tabor Building Posted May 23, 2014
Partners connect middle school students to Southeast’s new STEM Center
The Intel Foundation awarded an Intel Involved Seed Grant of $5,000 to the Washington County 4-H Youth Development Association to support the Montavilla Young Makers Club at PCC's Southeast Center Posted May 20, 2014