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Today Fitzgerald is chair of the Multimedia Program at the Cascade Campus in North Portland, the place where she earned her associate’s degree and the department she’s helped build into an award-winning program. Elizabeth Fitzgerald is PCC’s Multimedia maven 7
Elizabeth Fitzgerald's winding path to head of the Multimedia Program Monday, Mar 30, 2015
PCC hopes investment in Day at the Capitol returns dividends PCC hopes investment in Day at the Capitol returns dividends
Staff, students and friends told their legislators PCC pays big educational dividends Monday, Mar 23, 2015
Chris Chairsell (right), vice president of academic & student affairs, shares a light moment with Kate Chester, PCC's Public Relations manager, as they discuss the college's accreditation report. Q&A with Chris Chairsell: PCC prepares for evaluation team visit
VP Chris Chairsell gives an update on the college’s accreditation review Monday, Mar 16, 2015
College unveils its five Diamond Alumni for 2015 College unveils its five Diamond Alumni for 2015 7
PCC announces the five Diamond Alumni to be honored for their success and service to the community Monday, Mar 9, 2015
Renowned Korean artist uses PCC to improve English skills Renowned Korean artist uses PCC to improve English skills 2
Student Soyoung Park is exhibiting art created from her long walks Monday, Mar 2, 2015
The Creative Writing Club, which has more than 50 members, is one facet of the program that’s benefited from the expansion. Started in 2012, the club hosts combined student/faculty readings and produces the literary journal “Center Street,” which features poems, short prose pieces, photos and art of the Southeast Campus community. Faculty, students forge creative union at Southeast Campus 4
The Southeast Campus Writing Program is spreading the word Monday, Feb 23, 2015
Arun Gandhi is the fifth grandson of India’s legendary leader and he took time on a busy book tour to stop by PCC on Jan. 22. His presentation, 'Teaching Peace in Turbulent Times,' attracted more than 200 staff, faculty and students. Gandhi Principles: Grandson imparts lessons from a legendary leader 4
A grandchild of Mahatma Gandhi discusses his philosophy of peace at Cascade Campus event Monday, Feb 16, 2015
Last fall, Seth Hansen chatted with students in the Aviation Maintenance Technology Program about the Robinson helicopters his company maintains. About 60 percent of his employees are PCC alumni. Seth Hansen is soaring in role with Hillsboro Aero Academy 6
Alum Seth Hansen said PCC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program is critical to the needs of the aviation industry Monday, Feb 9, 2015
Local film on Somali girls highlights 25th Cascade Festival of African Films Local film on Somali girls highlights 25th Cascade Festival of African Films 3
The 25th anniversary of Cascade Festival of African Films to showcase 34 films, including the local ‘Lessons of Basketball and War’ Monday, Feb 2, 2015
Crowd jams gymnasium for 16th powwow Crowd jams gymnasium for 16th powwow 1
The teen years haven’t taken anything away from the powwow, which featured drum groups and dancers from across the region. Monday, Jan 26, 2015