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BC Governance Nominations Open Through Friday, April 26

Submitted by: Gabrielle Orsi. Nominations for Bellevue College Governance (BCG) elections for the 2019-20 academic year are open through this Friday, April 26. Nominate yourself or a colleague by submitting the nomination form at https://forms.bellevuecollege.edu/governance/home/nominations-for-bcg-elections/  The list of open positions is available on that nomination form. Please note: the Faculty Council has an additional position available: "Full-time or ...more about BC Governance Nominations Open Through Friday, April 26


KBCS Story – How Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination Impacted the Seattle Area

Submitted by: Yuko Kodama. Aaron and Elmer Dixon were both detained on the day of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination in 1968. They watched the cities burning after Dr. King’s death behind bars. Not long after this event, the Dixon brothers went to the Bay Area where they met leaders of the Black Panther ...more about KBCS Story – How Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination Impacted the Seattle Area


Coffee shop open until 2:00 p.m.

The coffee shop in the C building will be open today through Thursday, March 25 - 28, from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 pm.


Skills For Work Summer Camp for Young Adults with Disabilities

Submitted by: Maile Allen. OLS Bellevue College is pleased to announce registration is OPEN for the Skills For Work Summer Camp for Young Adults with Disabilities. The purpose of this two-week camp is to introduce workplace readiness skills and career options to students planning to pursue college or vocational pathways. Through fun, engaging activities and ...more about Skills For Work Summer Camp for Young Adults with Disabilities


KBCS Story – Youth Climate Strike Seattle

Submitted by: Yuko Kodama. Listen to 12 year old Taro Moore of Kenmore Middle School as he shares what inspired him to speak at the Seattle Youth Climate Strike last Friday. https://www.kbcs.fm/2019/03/18/seattle-youth-climate-strike/ (more…)


Tutoring Services Available on Tuesday, March 19 and During Final Exams

Submitted by: Alison Johnson. The Academic Success Center (D204) has drop-in and by-appointment tutoring services available now through 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19th! Please visit our website for details. We will also have tutoring available in the Math Lab, Writing Lab, and eTutoring during finals (March 20-22). Final Exam Review sessions for Math 097, ...more about Tutoring Services Available on Tuesday, March 19 and During Final Exams


Pizza Cafe (Housing) Menu

Submitted by: Jeanna Shockley. March 4 - 8 Monday, March 4 Soup: Chicken Noodle Cup $3.29, Bowl $3.99 Cup of soup & Garden Salad $5.99 Grinder: Pepperoni, Black olives, Mushrooms, Mozzarella & Red sauce $5.99, with Chips #6.49 Tuesday, March 5 Soup: Tomato Bisque Cup $3.29 Bowl $3.79 Cup of soup & mini Cheese Pizza ...more about Pizza Cafe (Housing) Menu


New Policy 6080: Commitment to Sustainability

Submitted by: Gabrielle Orsi. A new policy, 6080, Commitment to Sustainability, is under consideration. Governance councils and the BC Assembly will be reviewing this proposal for 45 days (2/27/19 – 4/13/19). Students, faculty, and staff are also invited to review the proposed policy and submit comments. Visit the Policies and Procedures Tracking MyBC site to view all proposed ...more about New Policy 6080: Commitment to Sustainability


All Things Lean- Winter Newsletter

Submitted by: Peyton Mizell. Interested in learning more about Lean? Check out the Fall “All Things Lean” newsletter to learn about Kanban boards, Lean resources, and fun examples of Lean tools being used around campus. Here’s the link: https://sway.office.com/xh5YuB51brLC6cPC?ref=Link Here’s the high contrast version: https://sway.office.com/xh5YuB51brLC6cPC?accessible=true If you would prefer to have this content in another ...more about All Things Lean- Winter Newsletter


KBCS Story – Black Power in the Ivory Tower

Submitted by: Yuko Kodama. A powerful conversation of what it's like to navigate academia as a person of color. https://www.kbcs.fm/2019/02/15/black-power-in-the-ivory-tower/   (more…)