Archive of: Education

Title Issue

Enrollment open for ‘Coug’ doctors

Washington's second public medical school is now accepting applications for its first class of students seeking to become physicians.

October 2016

$316 million economic impact for SPSCC

A study revealed today by South Puget Sound Community College shows that the Olympia school had a $316 million economic impact on Thurston County in fiscal year 2014-15.

October 2016

Asbestos trainer pleads guilty

Fraudulent certifications for asbestos training bring federal criminal charges to a Kent business owner.

October 2016

WOI: Five decades of service

Teacher, attorney, philanthropist and author are appropriate descriptions for a half-century of supporting the Thurston County community by the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Woman of Influence.

October 2016

WOI: Linked globally in others’ languages

Bringing non-English language skills to Special Forces troops and members of the South Sound community is proving a good business opportunity for this 2016 Woman of Influence honoree.

October 2016

New trustee named for SPSCC

A former longshoreman who was elected to a term as a port commissioner has been named by the governor to serve as a trustee for South Puget Sound Community College.

October 2016

STEM funding includes South Sound

Seeking 'best practices' in efforts to improve students' education in STEM subjects has prompted funding from the state to programs in the local region as well as the whole state.

September 2016

Kent's WGU Washington reaches out to ITT students

Another local educational institution is reaching out to the hundreds of Washington students displaced by the sudden closure of ITT Tech.

September 2016

2016 Women of Influence named

Prominent female leaders from South Sound businesses and nonprofit organizations comprise the Class of 2016, Women of Influence, announced today.

September 2016

Term starts at Green River's new Auburn Center

The fall quarter at Green River College begins today, which means it’s the first day of class at the school’s new Auburn Center.

September 2016
« Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  ···  89 Next »
Edit Module