James Hill

Contact info: jghill@pcc.edu

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James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. A graduate of Portland State University, James has worked as a section editor for the Newberg Graphic, Woodburn Independent, Clackamas Review, Oregon City News, The Dalles Daily Chronicle and the Associated Press. Born in Hillsboro, James is a native Oregonian through and through, having lived in Portland and Sunriver most of his life. Today, he writes the college's official communications that includes news releases, PCC web features and stories, and MyPCC announcements.

Articles (4286):

New report finds Future Connect makes critical impact on students’ lives New report finds Future Connect makes critical impact on students’ lives
Comprehensive scholarship program for first-generation, low-income college students is a huge success Posted September 19, 2017
Liliana Luna leading effort to establish first DACA resource center in state Liliana Luna leading effort to establish first DACA resource center in state
Meyer Memorial Trust’s $50,000 grant will help launch the DREAM Center at Rock Creek Campus Posted September 14, 2017
Student using an iPad for studying As college infrastructure matures, staff keep watch to ensure student comfort, safety
Well-maintained facilities and upgraded technology can enhance PCC’s learning environment Posted September 11, 2017
President Mitsui to host 'Fireside Chats' on future of PCC, student success and bond President Mitsui to host ‘Fireside Chats’ on future of PCC, student success and bond
President to discuss fostering greater accessibility, equitable student success and the 2017 bond measure Posted September 7, 2017
Governor Kate Brown signs critical state transportation bill at PCC's Southeast Campus Governor Kate Brown signs critical state transportation bill at PCC’s Southeast Campus
Kate Brown OKs $5.3 billion legislation aimed at fixing state's worst highway bottlenecks Posted September 1, 2017
Digital fabrication camp builds skills for middle schoolers in Columbia County Digital fabrication camp builds skills for middle schoolers in Columbia County
PCC’s iDesign Workshop hosted at interim OMIC Training facility, co-located at Scappoose High School Posted August 29, 2017
Dockery Gregory Dockery loves his new job creating employment access for underserved workers
Diversity recruiter Gregory Dockery is making sure PCC has inclusiveness in its hiring Posted August 21, 2017
Tara Prevo NASA invites PCC engineering graduate back for work on space valve invention 14
NASA was so impressed with Tara Prevo the first time, they’ve invited her back Posted August 14, 2017
Rock Creek Campus' solar array provides PCC with green energy. PCC makes finalist list for climate leadership award through Second Nature 2
The state’s largest college is a finalist for the annual Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards, which recognize innovative and advanced leadership in sustainability, climate mitigation, and resilience at signatory campuses of the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments Posted August 10, 2017
Students walking on campus Enrolling at PCC is easy and guided Panther Tracks bolsters student success
Enrolling at PCC is easy and the guided Panther Tracks ensures student success Posted July 31, 2017

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