What Equity in Practice Looks Like

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Staff, faculty, and administrators came together on Dec. 5 to put equity-mindedness into practice. As described by the Center for Urban Education, equity-mindedness involves calling attention to patterns of inequity in student outcomes, taking personal and institutional responsibility for student success, … Continued

Share your extraordinary belongings

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The Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery wants to borrow your extraordinary objects, from your home, life or personal collection, for its first show of 2020, “Cabinet of Curiosities.” Faculty and staff are encouraged to submit one personal item that is unique … Continued

More students eligible for food benefits

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The Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) has expanded its eligibility criteria for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which offers food benefits to low-income individuals and families.  What’s changing? Starting this term, students who meet income guidelines may be … Continued

Chemeketa salutes its veterans

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Chemeketa President Jessica Howard honored veterans who are employees of the college with a special luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 5. More than 30 veterans, who represent all five branches of service and many different departments at Chemeketa, attended the event. … Continued