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James Hill

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James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, is the Public Relations Manager at Portland Community College. A graduate of Portland State University, James has worked as a section editor for the Newberg Graphic, Woodburn Independent, Clackamas Review, Oregon City News, The Dalles Daily Chronicle and the Associated Press. Born in Hillsboro, James is a native Oregonian through and through, having lived in Portland and Sunriver most of his life. Today, he manages the PCC website content, the college magazine "Communities" and public relations and crisis communications projects.

Articles (4569):

Padlock With Keyhole icon in. personal data security Illustrates cyber data or information privacy idea. blue color abstract hi speed internet technology. PCC co-leads national cybersecurity task force with Towson University
Cara Tang, a PCC computer information systems instructor, is co-leading the project Posted October 15, 2021
Leni Tupper. Paralegal’s Leni Tupper co-authors national article on eviction expungements
Tupper’s article discusses evictions and features a story from a CLEAR Clinic participant, as well as her work Posted October 14, 2021
Carolyn Moore house PCC opens first community college writing residency in U.S. 5
The Carolyn Moore Writing Residency offers students creative writing opportunities in a retreat setting Posted October 11, 2021
PCC_Sylvania-SC-Building_2000x1333 Feedback needed from college community on PCC’s facilities planning
This feedback will help finalize the college’s Facilities Plan, which is its vision for future growth Posted October 4, 2021
welder welding. Bond improvements help drive PCC’s significant sustainability achievements
New energy-efficient buildings funded by the 2008 and 2017 voter-approved bond measures are taking shape Posted September 30, 2021
Dental student working on a model robot patient PCC moves into ‘sustained reopening’ phase as more in-person classes, services return to campuses
After 18 months of remote operations, PCC is transitioning back to some in-person training and services Posted September 27, 2021
Solar panel array at Rock Creek Campus Renewable energy training becomes more important with growth of industry
With the growth of renewable energy, PCC is providing trained workers Posted September 13, 2021
engineering_COVER New PCC program aims to satisfy its demand for skilled workers
The Civil and Construction Engineering Technology Program starts this fall Posted September 7, 2021
Sarah Mooney standing outside and smiling at the camera PCC’s award-winning corrections education staffer is creating opportunity 4
Sarah Mooney earns the state's highest honor for Oregon Department of Corrections personnel Posted August 16, 2021
Cascade PCC encourages employees and students to take precautions during heat wave
A list of cooling centers and resources to stay safe during the heat wave Posted August 11, 2021