World events may lead some to think religious beliefs are based on intolerance and hostility. Chemeketa’s Philosophy & Religious Studies program counters that perception with evidence of people treating each other with curiosity and respect even when they disagree. Find … Continued
It was July 1994 when Andrew Bone became a salaried employee at Chemeketa. Twenty-three years and five months later, Andrew will wrap up a distinguished career when he retires November 30. Over sixty colleagues and the members of the Chemeketa … Continued
Julie recognized the following colleagues before the Board of Education for recent contributions to Chemeketa and to their professions. Chemeketa’s Applied Technology and Apprenticeship programs provided tours to an estimated 170 high school students from nine different school districts for … Continued
Chemeketa’s most recent artists-in-residence will be featured in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery’s latest show. “Whatever Comes Up, I Will ______ It” features work Milla Oliveira and Johnny Beaver produced during their summer of residency. The show runs from Nov. … Continued
The holiday season is upon us. Although you’ve likely known this if you’ve set foot inside any department or big box store any time since about, oh, mid-August. But with the approaching festivities is the annual wreath fundraiser by the Chemeketa … Continued
A new group of colleagues completed New Employee Orientation in October. Say, “Hi” and welcome them aboard if you get the chance.
Chemeketa returns more than $4 for every dollar in public funds supplied to it, an economic modeling firm has reported. The economic modelling firm Emsi calculates how the local economy would change if the college and its alumni did not … Continued