Category: Academics

New ‘black box’ space supports students and industry

New ‘black box’ space supports students and industry

While other colleges are closing film and theater programs, Shoreline Community College is expanding its commitment to students, the arts and the community. Later this spring, a new and versatile “black box” media production studio will open for college and community-based projects. The college is combining several under-used areas into a flexible space for video production and live performance. When […]

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Alison Stevens named Interim VPASA

Alison Stevens named Interim VPASA

Alison Stevens has been named Interim Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. Stevens is currently Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at North Seattle Community College. Her first day on the job at Shoreline will be Jan. 2, 2014. “Dr. Stevens brings a wealth of experience and perspective to Shoreline and I’m very pleased she has chosen this […]

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Dan Fey named Dean of Workforce

Dan Fey will be the new Dean of Workforce and Continuing Education at Shoreline Community College. “I’m very pleased that Dan is joining our team here at Shoreline,” said Interim President Daryl Campbell. “Dan’s extensive experience in the workforce environment and his abilities to see opportunities for partnerships and then forge those alliances will not only help our students be […]

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Shoreline helps mark 75 years of parenting education in state

Shoreline helps mark 75 years of parenting education in state

Shoreline Community College helped celebrate the 75th anniversary of parenting education in Washington during Parenting Education Week, Nov. 18-22 as proclaimed by Gov. Jay Inslee. “Parenting engagement is a core component of our state’s quality early learning programs,” said Dr. Bette Hyde, Washington State Department of Early Learning director. “Children are born learning, so it’s critical to help parents access […]

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International visitors take real look at Shoreline Virtual College

International visitors take real look at Shoreline Virtual College

The Virtual College at Shoreline Community College is drawing interest from across the pond. Educators from a consortium of colleges and universities in the United Kingdom visited Shoreline in late October, 2013. The group called itself the “eLearning Instructional Designer Project Trip” and came for a closer look at the Virtual College and how Shoreline is delivering online classes now […]

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New software, shifting positions at library

Shoreline Community College is making some changes at the Ray W. Howard Library, Media and Technology Center in the ongoing mission to help students succeed. “We will be adding a really wonderful new software called Primo that will help make information more accessible to all library users,” said Bob Francis, Interim Dean of Social Sciences, who also oversees the library. […]

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Familiar face to assist automotive program

Familiar face to assist automotive program

Like manufacturers do for their cars, the Professional Automotive Training Center at Shoreline Community College is getting something of a mid-year makeover. “The instructors, staff and administrators have been working very hard to keep the program moving ahead despite years of thin resources due to state budget cuts,” Interim President Daryl Campbell said. “We’re in a position now to address […]

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Shoreline signs pact with Korean automotive school

Shoreline signs pact with Korean automotive school

The top automotive training programs in the United States and South Korea are now on the same page, literally. The presidents of Shoreline Community College, home of the Professional Automotive Training Center, and Ajou Motor College, South Korea’s only automobile-specialized college, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013. The agreement extends a relationship that has been […]

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Position changes in Academic and Student Affairs

A series of recent departures has prompted changes in positions in the Academic and Student Affairs area at Shoreline Community College. “We’re saying good-bye to some wonderful people who have been a tremendous asset to the college and help to our students,” Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs James Jansen said. “I’m sure we will find equally wonderful people […]

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Canvas coming to Shoreline Community College

Shoreline Community College will transition to the Canvas learning management system. The decision to change was made by President Lee Lambert on Dec. 5 after a significant review period by faculty, students and staff. The transition from the current Blackboard learning management system will take place over the next several quarters with full implementation by summer quarter, 2013. “We had […]

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