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Trustees pick Campbell as interim president

Trustees pick Campbell as interim president

Daryl Campbell will be Interim President of Shoreline Community College as of July 1, 2013. With a 5-0 vote, the Board of Trustees said at June 13, 2013 special meeting that Campbell has the knowledge and experience they are looking for to take the college through period of searching for a permanent president. “In my three years working with you, […]

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Interim president pick focus of trustees meeting

The next step in choosing an interim president for Shoreline Community College could come Thursday morning, June, 13, 2013. June 13 Agenda The Board of Trustees has scheduled a special meeting for 11 a.m. that day. The agenda includes a discussion of input garnered through a public comment process that ended June 5. The Board is then scheduled to convene in […]

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College plans for two targeted power outages

College plans for two targeted power outages

Shoreline Community College officials are planning two partial power outages now so that they can keep the electricity flowing later. Facilities and Capital Projects Director Bob Roehl said targeted outages in four buildings on June 1 and June 15-18 will allow workers to replace some electrical panels, install a new transformer and test a new generator. The upgrades will ensure that […]

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Campbell named acting president

Campbell named acting president

Daryl Campbell is the acting president of Shoreline Community College, effective June 10, 2013. At the May 22 Board of Trustees meeting, President Lee Lambert submitted his resignation effective June 30. His last day on campus will be at the June 9 Commencement ceremonies, followed by previously unused annual leave. Lambert has accepted a position as chancellor of Pima Community College […]

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Wagner is new Director of Student Life

Wagner is new Director of Student Life

James R. Wagner, Jr. is all about helping college students; helping them deal with living away from home for perhaps the first time, helping them find co-curricular activities that enhance and broaden the college experience and even helping find themselves during a time of discovery and growth. Over the past nine years, Wagner has served students at Central Washington University, Eastern […]

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Student housing project public meeting tonight

From 6-8 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, April 9, Shoreline Community College will host the first of two public meetings at its 9000 Building, Room 9208 to discuss a proposed addition of a 400-bed student housing project to the college Master Development Plan (MDP). The MDP is currently under review with the City of Shoreline and the meetings tonight and on April 23 are part […]

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Notices go out on master plan and housing

The next step along the path to a Master Development Plan that now includes student housing at Shoreline Community hits the mail today, March 22, 2013. “As required by the City of Shoreline, we are sending notices of two public meetings that will be hosted here on campus,” said Daryl Campbell, Vice President for Administrative Services at the college. “We’re excited to show the community […]

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Student housing project takes next steps

Student housing project takes next steps

The proposed privately funded student housing project at Shoreline Community College is taking significant steps forward. On Wednesday Feb. 13, 2013, officials from the college, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC), the state Attorney General’s Office and the investors met to discuss details of the proposal. “I believe the meeting went very well,” Shoreline President Lee Lambert said. “(SBCTC […]

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Campus honors Goldstein at retirement event

Campus honors Goldstein at retirement event

Faculty, staff and administrators from across Shoreline Community College turned out to wish Humanities Dean Norma Goldstein well as she prepares to leave the college in retirement. Goldstein is moving to Annapolis, MD, with her husband who is taking a new job there. Her final day on campus will be Dec. 28, 2012 and last day with the college is Jan. […]

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President Lambert calls for discussion on violence

Recent tragic events provide an opportunity for all students, employees and visitors to the Shoreline Community College campus to review the emergency procedures and policies that are in place. President Lee Lambert is asking the campus to do more. “Reviewing our procedures is part of our daily work; it is expected,” Lambert said. “I would hope that the Connecticut shootings […]

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