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At the college and in the community, Clark College is a leader.   Here are some highlights from 2009!


 

CTC Dedication ribbon-cutting

The dedication of Clark College at Columbia Tech Center marked the next step for the college's next 75 years.   The beautiful, energy-efficient building has been honored with a Community Pride Design award.

During fall quarter, Clark College was proud to welcome faculty – some new, some familiar – who received appointments for the 2009-2010 academic year.


Unveiling of

Clark College preserved the past, honored the present and embraced the future throughout its 75th anniversary celebration.  Highlights included the opening of the college's 50th anniversary time capsule and the unveiling of the sculpture which will house a 75th anniversary time capsule.

 

Dave Kosloski

Clark College communication studies professor David Kosloski was awarded the 2009 Community College Outstanding Educator Award by the National Communication Association (NCA).

   

Each quarter, Clark College recognizes classified staff members for their contributions to the college.  Meet the fall quarter honorees.

   

During the annual Spotlight Awards ceremony of the Portland Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the college earned a 2009 Spotlight Award for its 75th anniversary celebration.

   

Oswald congratulates the Class of 2009

Commencement 2009 was a milestone of the college's 75th anniversary year.

Ribbon Cutting of the O'Connell Sports Center rededication
     

As part of its 75th anniversary celebration, Clark College honored two important people in its history — Claude “Skeet” O’Connell and Theodore “Ted” Farnsworth.

  

The 2009 Women of Achievement event was a sensational silver celebration.

Clark College President Bob Knight receives congratulations from Clark College Foundation President & CEO Lisa Gibert following the 2009 State of the College address.
Oswald makes his contribution to the food drive benefiting Share Vancouver held in conjunction with the 2009 State of the College address.
Above left:  Clark College President Bob Knight receives congratulations from Clark College Foundation President & CEO Lisa Gibert following the 2009 State of the College address.Above right:  Oswald makes his contribution to the food drive benefiting Share Vancouver held in conjunction with the 2009 State of the College address.


Despite today's challenges, the future is bright.  That was the message of the 2009 State of the College event.

   

The Clark College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has earned regional and national honors.  Phi Theta Kappa is the honor society for students in two-years colleges. 

Three Clark students have earned statewide awards for vocational excellence.

Clark College highlights from 2008 are available, as are highlights from 2007 and highlights from 2006.





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