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Traci Fordham arrived last July from St. Lawrence University in upstate New York as President Jeremy Brown’s new Chief of Staff. Q&A: Traci Fordham is rocking her new role with PCC
Traci Fordham arrived last July as President Jeremy Brown’s new Chief of Staff. Fordham traveled across the country from St. Lawrence University in upstate New York where she was a faculty member and chair of the department of Performance and Communication arts. Fordham also taught in the Gender and Sexuality Studies program there. She has a doctorate in Social Science with a concentration in Intercultural Communication from Syracuse University, and bachelor and master’s degrees in Communication from the University of Wisconsin. She is published many times over, an accomplished presenter on a variety of issues and generally awesome (think sings in bands). We sat down with her recently to talk about her new role at PCC and as you can imagine […] Friday, Dec 19, 2014
Pat Kraft's hard work rewarded with state honor Pat Kraft’s hard work rewarded with state honor 11
Machine Manufacturing Technology instructor Pat Kraft wins award for working with students and partners Monday, Dec 15, 2014
Cascade Campus hosts panel as part of Reengagement Plus Convening Cascade Campus hosts panel as part of Reengagement Plus Convening
The event is a major annual gathering of 250 leaders, supporters and staff representing 40-plus school districts from around the country Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Graphic Design students create giant mural about bond work Graphic Design students create giant mural about bond work
Dozens of Graphic Design Program students at the Sylvania Campus create 3-Dimensional wallscape Wednesday, Dec 10, 2014
Left to right, in front of the Administration Building is Southeast Campus President Jessica Howard, Director of the PCC Small Business Development Center and International Trade Center Tammy Marquez-Oldham, CLIMB Center Program Manager Kristen Mozian, SBDC Advisor Andrew Adeboi and Client Services Liaison Roger Huges. Not Pictured: Business Advisor Jarvez Hall. Championing small business in Southeast Portland 1
PCC has opened a new SBDC at the college’s Southeast Campus, its third SBDC office in the metro area Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014
VIDEO: PCC hoops team celebrates 2013-2014 NWAACC title
Last year's PCC men’s basketball team was celebrated for its title-winning exploits with a ceremony on a Monday night in November Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014
Richard Hunt, noted Native carver, returns to spruce up Sylvania totem pole Richard Hunt, noted Native carver, returns to spruce up Sylvania totem pole 1
The Canadian artist restored his last ‘Welcoming Pole’ for upcoming indoor installation Monday, Dec 8, 2014
The 2015 poster for the Cascade Festival of African Films. Longest-running African film festival in U.S. celebrates 25th year
Portland Community College’s Cascade Festival of African Films will show more than 30 films and host numerous African filmmakers to honor its milestone in February Thursday, Dec 4, 2014
Japanese professionals visit Rock Creek Campus as part of 'International Education Week’ Japanese professionals visit Rock Creek Campus as part of ‘International Education Week’
PCC’s Office of International Education welcomed seven Japanese professionals the week of Nov. 17 – “International Education Week” – as part of the International Visitors Leadership Program coordinated by Portland’s World Affairs Council. After a tour of PCC’s Rock Creek Campus, the visitors met with Campus President Sandra Fowler-Hill. Pictured are (from left to right): Mika Kohara, English teacher and section chief of International Exchange, Seikyo Gakuen Junior and Senior High School; Masanori FujiI, manager, Global Business Unit, High School Business Department, Benesse Corporation; Dr. Fowler-Hill; Naoto Saito, social studies teacher, Niigata Prefectural Shibata High School; Tomoko Hyogo, journalist, Japan Education Press; Tomoko Ikeda, English teacher and vice director, International Communication Department, Fukuoka Futaba Junior and Senior High School. Japanese language students host […] Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014
The powwow will feature drum groups and dancers from across the region, Native American crafts and food, activities for children, and raffle prizes. PCC hosts ‘WACIPI’ 16th Annual Traditional Powwow 1
The powwow will feature drum groups and dancers from across the region, Native American crafts and food, and activities for children Monday, Dec 1, 2014