Katherine Miller

Contact info: katherine.miller3@pcc.edu

Articles (87):

Gina Valencia. Planning and Capital Construction staffers engage community on bond improvements
The Planning & Capital Construction Office welcomes Tyrone Henry and Gina Valencia Posted May 2, 2019
two contractors pose. PCC event helps build bridges for Portland’s underrepresented contractors
It’s impossible to miss the many cranes looming over downtown Portland, or the new housing and retail projects cropping up […] Posted March 21, 2019
A new Plaza Access Lane was recently built between Sylvania's College Center and Health Technology buildings to provide ADA access as well as emergency and construction vehicles to the west side of campus via the G Street ring road. Sylvania’s new lane helps drive campus accessibility and safety 2
The 235-foot-long Plaza Access Lane (PAL) was also constructed to allow vehicle access for security, EMS, FMS and general contractors Posted October 31, 2018
Pacto the PCC farm horse PCC’s farm coordinator Terry Lookabill loves bond updates made to career tech facility
Improvements to the PCC Farm ensure that Vet Tech students have the resources to succeed Posted July 30, 2018
Student studying outside a resource center Sylvania’s new hub for resource centers provides students with easy access to services 2
The college has completed the latest phase of improvements at the Sylvania Campus – the student resource center hub Posted July 16, 2018
Tyree Montgomery Training center in Northeast Portland makes difference in Tyree Montgomery’s career 5
Tyree Montgomery shares her inspirational story of finding job skills through Portland Metro's Project Enterprise Posted October 30, 2017
Rock Creek instructor’s outdoor sculpture enriches campus art collection
This summer Rock Creek's extensive art collection gained a modern steel sculpture that has Joined other major outdoor pieces in the heart of the campus Posted October 13, 2017
Sylvia Koch PCC strives to help parents stay in school with on-site childcare at all campuses 4
Without access to daycare services at PCC, Sylvia Koch said she'd have a hard time going to college Posted September 18, 2017
Public Safety officer Cascade Campus’ aged public safety building poses challenges for staff 2
Despite working out of the college's oldest public safety building, staff make service a priority Posted September 4, 2017
College Center begins final phase of bond improvements
The work has been done in several phases to allow faculty, staff and students to move into swing space as needed in order to complete the upgrades Posted July 25, 2017