Chemeketa Polk celebrates 40th anniversary

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Did you know Chemeketa Community College has been providing higher education to residents of Polk County for forty years? You’re invited to celebrate Chemeketa Polk’s fortieth anniversary Wednesday, April 26th at an open house from 5 to 7 pm at … Continued

Firewall update for April 20

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Information Technology will be providing regular updates on the installation of the college’s new firewall. This update is for the week of April 20 – April 27, 2017. This week’s work is all about laying the groundwork for the rest … Continued

April president’s recognition report

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Julie thanked the following colleagues in her April recognition report to the Board of Education – Kellie Schellenberg completed her Master’s in Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Leadership and Organizational Development from Marylhurst University. Linda Ringo-Reyna coordinator of … Continued

Students vs. Staff basketball is April 26

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It’s a true showing of athletic prowess. Right here, in our neck of the woods, basketball competition unlike anything you’ve seen before. But enough about the Blazers making the playoffs. This is about the Students vs. Staff Smack Down. April … Continued

Immigration series continues through June

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If you missed the Immigration webinar April 5, there are still several opportunities to learn more about immigration policies and how they affect our students, employees and community members. Know your Rights as an Immigrant May 10, 1 pm Bldg. … Continued

Faculty Sabbatical Reports

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The Opportunity Center of the Teaching and Learning Department hosted an open house Wednesday, April 12 for two instructors to report on their sabbaticals. Layli Liss developed instructional materials for Writing 88 and 89 which are required to complete applied … Continued

Storytelling with Ed Edmo

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“Grandma Bear, please come out!” Ed Edmo implored the audience in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery to repeat the request louder, until finally he produced the bear hand puppet and began to tell stories from numerous Northwest native tribes. Audience … Continued