North Seattle College hosts the fourth Annual Latina Symposium May 13, 2017, from 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on campus. The focus of this year's symposium is "Education: The Art of Growing." The symposium offers Latinas the opportunity to network, help others and get inspired to proceed to their next step in life. North Parent Education Faculty Analia Bertoni is the 2017 recipient of the Latina Symposium Manos Unidas’ award, to be presented at the event
Did you know 46% of North Seattle College students reported facing some form of food insecurity? That number, discovered through a student survey, pushed Student Body President Sara Michelassi to coordinate an initiative to host a food pantry on North’s campus. And that’s just one piece of her day job.
When Joe Barrientos competed in the Honolulu marathon he hit a wall at mile 22 and had cramps so bad they forced him to recover at an emergency checkpoint. Barrientos, North’s Vice President of Student Development Services, had a choice then: he could stop the race or finish. He decided to finish, and the lesson he learned that day helped prepare him for his position at North.
Licton Springs Review 2016, North Seattle College's literary magazine, recently received first place in the Washington Community College Humanities Association (WCCHA) literary-art-magazine competition. Judges from Clark College made the selection.
Students at North Seattle College have the opportunity to develop social-science-based research projects with real-world implications. Students in PSY 209—Research Methods in Psychology—did just that during Winter Quarter 2017 and presented their research projects to the college community on March 22 in a public symposium.
Dr. Samantha Dolan—coordinator of Early Childhood Education (ECE) and faculty for the ECE class in Cognition, Math and Science at North Seattle College—says her students were really excited to learn that the video modules they are using in their study of children’s cognitive development are the work of Soleil Boyd—a North ECE graduate herself who went on to get her Ph.D. in the field at the University of Washington. “Dr. Boyd’s expertise and way of making information accessible to teachers has been a great benefit for our students,” says Dolan.
Announcing the winners and runners-up for the 2017 League for Innovation Literary Contest! North’s Lisa Wasikowki won first place in the essay category for her entry, “He Doesn’t Know.” In the poetry category, Perri Greeley received an honorable mention for the poem, “A Lengthy Wetness."
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