Katherine Miller

Contact info: katherine.miller3@pcc.edu

Articles (80):

Sylvia Koch PCC strives to help parents stay in school with on-site childcare at all campuses
Without access to daycare services at PCC, Sylvia Koch said she'd have a hard time going to college Posted September 18, 2017
Public Safety officer Cascade Campus’ aged public safety building poses challenges for staff 2
Despite working out of the college's oldest public safety building, staff make service a priority Posted September 4, 2017
College Center begins final phase of bond improvements
The work has been done in several phases to allow faculty, staff and students to move into swing space as needed in order to complete the upgrades Posted July 25, 2017
The final phase of bond improvements at the College Center begins July 2017. Summer construction work in College Center will require some detours and noise
This summer, the final push begins to complete the capital improvements to Sylvania Campus’ College Center Posted July 17, 2017
Statue outside Southeast Campus building New ‘front door’ signals completion of Southeast Campus’ transformation 1
Thanks to bond renovations and artwork, the Southeast Campus now feels like home Posted July 10, 2017
President Mitsui shares his vision for PCC at town hall forums
At Sylvania Campus, an overflow crowd of faculty, staff and students gathered in the Performing Arts Center Lobby to hear – and ask questions – about the president’s plans to address the challenges PCC faces as it strives to ensure opportunity and equitable student success Posted May 23, 2017
Building 5 renovation helps PCC earn construction industry awards Building 5 renovation helps PCC earn construction industry awards
For many months, the Rock Creek Campus has been celebrating its 40th anniversary as well as the completion of the major overhaul of one of its key structures, Building 5 Posted May 22, 2017
John Farnum (right) with Neal Naigus at the college's last Center for Civic Participation event. PCC’s ‘Meaningful Conversations’ tackles fear and xenophobia
This week the Center for Civic Participation at PCC (CCP at PCC) continues its "Meaningful Conversations" series with a forum discussion on "Fear Itself: Is Xenophobia Ever Justified? Posted May 17, 2017
Illumination Project engages actors and audiences on sexism, interpersonal violence Illumination Project engages actors and audiences on sexism, interpersonal violence
The current season offers three different performances, “Unheard,” “Be Nice” and “One Bad Night,” which all feature short, realistic scenes of interpersonal situations that cause an individual to feel threatened or denigrated Posted May 5, 2017
Faduma Saleh is studying social work and psychology at PCC Rock Creek. She says she comes to the Multicultural Resource Center twice a week and calls it "a house full of different colored people from different places around the world." College’s network of Multicultural Centers work for access and student success
The network of Multicultural Centers play an important role in nurturing these students and helping the college fulfill its mission to provide access in a culture of equity and inclusion Posted May 3, 2017


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