|December 19, 2008||Clark College will ring out 2008 with exciting sports action as the college hosts
the ninth annual Clark College/U.S. Army
Men’s Basketball Holiday Tournament.
|December 18, 2008||A matching donation in support of Mature Learning and a commemorative book in support of student scholarships highlight Clark College’s holiday wish list.|
|December 8, 2008||This Phoenix Has Risen to the Top||The 2008 edition of the Phoenix, the student art and literary magazine of Clark College, has been named the best college literary art magazine in the country by the American Scholastic Press Association.|
|December 8, 2008||Looking for The Next Step in Your Education? Get A "Running Start" at Clark College||High school sophomores and juniors and their parents have two opportunities to take part in “Running Start Information Night” in January.|
|November 24, 2008||On Saturday, Dec. 6, Clark College will host the 2008 NWAACC All Star Soccer Competition, which will be held at Doc Harris Field in Camas.|
|November 24, 2008||
|On Wednesday, December 10, Clark College will welcome
Washington state poet laureate Samuel Green.
|November 21, 2008||Three Clark College students have received honors in the regional competition of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS).|
|November 21, 2008||Clark College student Trang Tran is attending college this fall as the recipient of a Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship.|
|November 17, 2008||The Clark College Concert Choir and Concert Band will perform on Friday, Dec. 5.|
|November 12, 2008||The Mental Health Implications of War
||On Nov. 17, Clark College will welcome Dr. James Sardo of the Portland Veteran Affairs Medical Center as part of the college's "Mental Health Mondays" series.|
|November 10, 2008||The Clark College Women's Choral Ensemble, Chorale and Vocal Jazz Ensemble will perform on Thursday, Dec. 4.|
|November 7, 2008||From Nov. 17-21, Clark College will host a community-wide celebration of International Education Week.|
|November 7, 2008||
|The Clark College Foundation welcomes 10 regional professionals
to the boards of the Foundation, Alumni Association and Penguin Athletic Club.
|November 6, 2008||
Clark College’s Communications and Marketing Department
|November 3, 2008||The Clark College Orchestra will launch its 2008-2009 season, "A European Tour," on Wednesday, Dec. 3.|
|November 3, 2008||The 2008-2009 jazz@clark series will premiere on Friday, Nov. 21, in the newly-enhanced Gaiser Student Center.|
|October 30, 2008||On Friday, Nov. 7, in honor of Veterans Day, Clark College will host a dedication ceremony for the college’s new flagpole on Fort Vancouver Blvd.|
|October 30, 2008||Clark College music professor Donald Appert has been honored with his third national ASCAPLUS Award, presented by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).|
|October 17, 2008||Shirley Schwartz, Scholarship Program Manager for the Clark College Foundation,
is a Vancouver Business Journal 2008 “Accomplished & Under 40” honoree.
|October 16, 2008||On Election Day 2008,
Clark College journalism professor Christina Kopinski will launch Clark College’s 2008-2009 Faculty Speaker Series with a timely discussion on journalism, politics and ethics.
|October 16, 2008||The exhibit, featuring works by nine contemporary artists of Asian heritage, will be on display from Nov. 4 through Dec. 5.|
|October 15, 2008||Jack Burkman has been appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire to serve on the Clark College Board of Trustees.|
|October 14, 2008||The heralded lecture and discussion series returns to Clark College during the college’s 75th anniversary year.|
|October 10, 2008||
"Voices and Dreams: Celebrating Clark College’s Diamond Anniversary" is available through the Clark College Bookstore.
|September 30, 2008||Vancouver Mayor Royce Pollard and Washington Governor Chris Gregoire issue proclamations in honor of the college’s 75th anniversary; Rep. Brian Baird salutes the college’s history and accomplishments in the Congressional Record.|
|September 26, 2008||The event, to be held on Thursday, October 2, will have a student focus: encouraging voter registration and participation in the political process.|
|September 22, 2008||Clark College invites the community to join the kickoff celebration of the college’s Diamond Jubilee at dynamic events spanning 75 hours from October 1-4.|
|September 19, 2008||Two classified staff members have been honored by Clark College as “Exceptional” for their service to students and the community.|
|September 18, 2008||The Dankook University Traditional Korean Dance and Music Group will visit Clark College on Friday, Sept. 26.|
|September 17, 2008||Student. Coach. Outstanding Alumni honoree. Now, Dennis Huston has returned to Clark College as interim athletic director.|
|September 10, 2008||A Notable Art Exhibit Launches a Memorable Year at Clark College||A retrospective by Ruth Patterson Hart will be the premiere exhibit
in the 2008-2009 season at Clark College's Archer Gallery.
|August 22, 2008||A Perfect Fit(ness)||For the third consecutive year, graduates of Clark College’s fitness trainer program have earned a 100% pass rate on their national exam.|
|August 15, 2008||Embracing History to Make History
||Clark College, one of five U.S. mentor colleges in the new Plus 50 Initiative, welcomes educational leaders with a visit to Fort Vancouver and a focus on history, tourism and second careers for older workers.|
|August 13, 2008||Clark College Culinary Arts student Jerome Chiong earned statewide honors in an American Culinary Federation (ACF) culinary competition.|
|August 12, 2008||A Laser Focus on Success||
New for fall 2008: Clark College Corporate Education is partnering with Kushan LLC to establish a laser hair removal technician program.
|August 4, 2008||Preventing Student Loan Discrimination||Senator Patty Murray and Congressman Brian Baird will meet with students and staff at Clark College on Tuesday, August 5 at 1:15 p.m. to focus on efforts to end discrimination against community college students in the lending process.|
|August 1, 2008||A Matter of Policy||On Wednesday, August 6, regional legislators will listen at Clark College as students offer mock testimony on important social issues.|
|July 17, 2008||Clark College and the Parks and Recreation Foundation of Vancouver and Clark County designate a “Witness Tree” in honor of Clark alum Denis Hayes.|
|July 15, 2008||
Vancouver dental hygiene student Betsy Preheim has received the Anthony Westwater Jong Memorial Community Dental Health Award for spearheading a dental health day for homeless men.
|July 14, 2008||Clark College’s New Grants Development Director Promotes Student Success||Director of Grants Development Shelley Das provides leadership
in acquiring grants to support college programs and student success.
|June 20, 2008||A Vancouver man received the presidential scholarship, three faculty members were honored for excellence and award-winning novelist, poet, screenwriter, composer and performer Sherman Alexie delivered the keynote address during Clark College’s 2008 commencement ceremony at the Clark County Amphitheater.|
|June 17, 2008||Clark College: Commencement 2008||Award-winning novelist, poet, screenwriter, composer and performer Sherman Alexie will be the keynote speaker at the college’s commencement ceremony on June 19 at the Clark County Amphitheater.|
|June 16, 2008||
The $191,000 job skills grant will provide customized training for 90 staff members from five Clark County healthcare providers.
|June 12, 2008||A Grand Reopening Fit for a Penguin King||
On Friday, June 13, Clark College will celebrate the reopening of the remodeled Gaiser Hall.
|May 20, 2008||Clark College student Vasile Dediu will accept the award in Los Angeles during the “Film Your Issue” 2008 awards celebration on June 6.|
|May 15, 2008||On Tuesday, May 27, Clark College will honor the Running Start Class of 2008.|
|May 15, 2008||Author Seabury Blair, Jr. will visit the Clark College Bookstore on Wednesday, May 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.|
|May 14, 2008||An international artist and a world premiere will be among the highlights of concerts by the Clark College orchestra, chorale and women's choral ensemble.|
|May 12, 2008||Common course numbering is the next step to help Clark students transfer credits and earn degrees.|
|May 9, 2008||Jazz@Clark will conclude its 2007-2008 series on Friday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m.|
|May 8, 2008||Clark College student Vasile Dediu is a semifinalist
in the international 2008 “Film Your Issue” competition.
|May 7, 2008||The program extends its perfect National Board Dental Hygiene Examination record to 38 years.|
|May 6, 2008||With a focus on health, Clark College will welcome the community on Wednesday, May 14.|
|May 5, 2008||Dr. Daniel Lee, Director of Major and Planned Gifts, is named a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).|
|May 2, 2008||Phoenix Is Rising||
Clark College will unveil the 2008 edition of its nationally-honored student art and literary publication on May 13.
|May 1, 2008||Program Aims to Help Baby Boomers Define Life After 50.|
|April 30, 2008||Gail Liberman, director of Clark College’s Teaching and Learning Center, earns statewide honors for her commitment to teaching, learning and assessment.|
|April 29, 2008||Leadership by the Book||Michelle Bagley, president of the Oregon Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (ORSLA), is the new Director of Library Services at Clark College.|
|April 25, 2008||Clark College is seeking nominations for the 2008 Exceptional Faculty Awards.|
|April 23, 2008||Seven faculty members, who have been granted tenure by the Clark College Board of Trustees, will be honored at a reception on April 28.|
|April 21, 2008||From April 24-30, Clark College will accept clothing donations to help students as they take the next step from education to the workplace.|
|April 16, 2008||Larry Swatosh will be honored at the college's annual Student-Alumni Dinner on April 16.|
|April 9, 2008||
|Prizes, discounts and photos with Oswald will be among the highlights when the new Clark College Bookstore holds a grand opening on Wednesday, April 23.|
|April 9, 2008||The popular annual event will be held on Tuesday, April 15 at the Hilton Vancouver Washington.|
|April 9, 2008|| Birds, Bees and Biodiversity: How Food Choices Impact the Planet
||Clark College biology professor Kathleen Perillo will lead the discussion during the college’s spring 2008 Faculty Speaker Series event on April 25.|
|April 3, 2008||Clark College Invites the Community to Celebrate Spring Under the Cherry Trees||On Thursday, April 17, Clark College will host the third annual Sakura Festival, celebrating an international friendship.|
|March 21, 2008||Clark College, CVTV Seek Historic Footage of the College and Southwest Washington||
The film is sought for a commemorative video celebrating the college’s 75th anniversary.
|March 18, 2008||Good as Gold||
Clark College’s Communications and Marketing Department earns top honors from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations.
|March 14, 2008||
|Award-winning novelist, poet, screenwriter, composer and performer Sherman Alexie will be the keynote speaker at the college’s commencement ceremony on June 19.|
|March 7, 2008||Golfing with Rube Goldberg||On Tuesday, March 11, Clark College students will bring engineering theories to life, inspired by the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, sculptor, and author.|
|March 6, 2008||Clark College student Nathan Childs was named a recipient of a Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence Award.|
|March 6, 2008||Top Clark College Students Are Named to the 2008 All-Washington Academic Team: Students Jennifer Patterson and Men-Ok (Irina) Ziyu will be honored on March 20, 2008.|
|February 29, 2008||Tomorrow's Scientists in Action||On March 15, Clark College will host the regional competition
of the 2008 Washington State Science Olympiad.
|February 25, 2008||Talented Vocalists from Three Choirs Highlight Clark College's Winter 2008 Vocal Concert||Three Clark College choirs will perform in concert at the college on Thursday, March 13|
|February 22, 2008||Leadership through Service: Clark College Hosts the Regional Conference of Phi Theta Kappa||From March 7-9, Clark College will welcome scholars from throughout the Pacific Northwest.|
|February 21, 2008||Celebrating Academic Excellence: The Clark College Faculty Speaker Series||
The college will launch the new series on March 5, when English professor Joe Pitkin shares his Fulbright teaching exchange experience in the Republic of Hungary.
|February 20, 2008||On Saturday, March 1, Clark College will host the Regional High School VICA/Skills USA Machining and Welding Contest.|
|February 12, 2008||A U.S. premiere and music from around the world are highlights of the winter quarter
of the Clark College Orchestra, Concert Band and Concert Choir.
|February 11, 2008||A name change and a new reporting structure are among the changes that will help the college better serve the regional business community.|
|February 5, 2008||The project will provide customized training for 60 personnel from the Clark County business community.|
|January 30, 2008||Clark College will join 1,750 colleges across the country in a national teach-in on global warming – the largest national teach-in in history.|
|January 29, 2008||The Clark College Jazz Ensemble welcomes guest conductor Ron Carter in a musical celebration of Black History Month.|
|January 22, 2008||Visionary Women: Shaping Generations||Clark College and YWCA Clark County announce the 2008 Women of Achievement and Young Women of Achievement honorees.|
|January 15, 2008||Honoring a Dream||Clark College hosts events to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|January 14, 2008||Clark College Corporate Education and SCORE:
Partners in Location and Service
|The relocation of SCORE Vancouver offices next to Clark College’s Corporate Education department should result in better service to the Southwest Washington small business community.|
|January 11, 2008||It's All About the Student||
Clark College President Robert K. Knight will deliver the 2008 State of the College address on Thursday, January 17.
|January 10, 2008||Clark College Phoenix Rises Again||For the third time in four years, Phoenix, the student art and literary magazine of Clark College, has received first place with special merit honors from the American Scholastic Press Association.|
|January 7, 2008||Arts Lovers Demonstrate the Art of Giving||George and Joan Peekema donate funds for arts scholarships and mature learning at Clark College.|
|January 4, 2008||Cool Jazz. Hot Performances.||
Clark College will host its 46th Annual Jazz Festival from January 24-26, 2008.
|January 2, 2008||Looking for The Next Step in Your Education? Get a Running Start at Clark College||
With the Running Start program reaching new records during winter quarter, Clark College will host two “Running Start Information Night” sessions in January.