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Pierce News

  • Pierce College seeks nominations for Athletics Hall of Fame

    As Pierce College embarks on a year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary in 2016-17, officials are seeking nominations for a special class of Athletics Hall of Fame inductees.

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  • Pierce College receives State Auditor’s Stewardship Award

    Thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Pierce College finance staff, the college was recently recognized with the Washington State Auditor’s Stewardship Award.

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  • Pierce College seeks nominations for 2017 Distinguished Alumni

    Do you know an exceptional alum from Pierce College? The Pierce College Foundation is now accepting nominations for next year’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni event.

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  • Pierce College professor leads charge on local ecosystem restoration project

    When Environmental Science Professor Michele LaFontaine learned that the Pierce College Fort Steilacoom campus is historically home to a rare and endangered ecosystem, she knew she had to take action.

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  • Annual Scholarship Scramble kicks off important year for Pierce College

    The 23rd annual Pierce College Scholarship Scramble will provide countless opportunities for students in need of a little help to achieve their educational goals.

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  • Pierce College expands use of open educational resources

    Pierce College has received a grant to create new degree programs using high quality open educational resources (OER).

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  • International students find success at Pierce College

    Over the past six years, 90.8 percent of Pierce College international students successfully transferred to a four-year university, and 36.4 percent were admitted into one of the top 100 universities in the United States.

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  • New STEM Bound program puts students on path to in-demand careers

    Pierce College is helping students reach their goals and start rewarding careers in STEM fields, thanks to the new STEM Bound program. Launching summer quarter, the program is open to any student interested in pursuing a career in STEM fields.

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  • New Pierce College Puyallup English course inspired by Beyonce’s “Lemonade”

    As a self-described literary nerd, intersectional feminist scholar and pop culture enthusiast, English Professor Shannon Wilson is excited to offer a new course this fall inspired by Beyonce’s visual album “Lemonade.”

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  • Psychology professor expands use of open education resources

    For Psychology Professor Tom Link, traditional textbooks for his introductory classes do not always fit the needs of his students. In each of his classes, he works hard to make complex psychological concepts relatable, interesting and easy to understand.

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