Two student scientists, Danielle Bissonette and Jessie Delight, are literally digging into the history of North Seattle College’s campus landscape, having identified a layer of volcanic ash on the campus which dates from the eruption of Mount Mazama (Crater Lake) in Oregon, more than 7600 years ago.
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For the last few years, Spring Quarter has signaled mural making on campus. In keeping with the tradition, art faculty member Kelda Martensen and the 15 students in her mural art class are producing original artwork on a College Center Building exterior wall during April, May and June. The winning design from the recent artist call for submissions—a depiction of magnified mosses and lichens—is the work of natural science illustrator Angela Mele.
The deputy director of the National College Promise Campaign and five state legislators will be on the North Seattle College campus Tuesday, May 3, for a special panel discussion on free tuition at community colleges.
Hosted by North’s Student Leadership, the event will bring James Schuelke, deputy director of the National College Promise Campaign, to participate in a forum with:
At their April 14 meeting, the Seattle College District Board of Trustees conferred emeritus status on four North Seattle College community members as well as others from around the district, acknowledging their significant contributions to the district’s values of service, excellence, diversity and effective leadership. North employees recognized with emeritus status are faculty member Robert Schuessler and staff members Jack Bautsch, Tom Braziunas and Marci Myer.
Shannon Meyer is a former student at North who is currently enrolled at the University of Washington Seattle, working toward departmental honors in social anthropology with a minor in diversity and disability studies. As she explains, her education here at North made a significant difference in her life, “North Seattle College has given me the opportunity to live up to my own expectations and overcome poverty in pursuit of my education. I couldn’t have accomplished these goals without the encouragement, support, education and life-long friendships I found at North.”
North Seattle College is hosting a community meeting on Monday, May 16, where President Warren Brown, Ed.D, will provide an update on the State of the College as well as seek input from members of the community on North’s new strategic plan. The college is in the midst of developing its new seven-year plan and would like input from the local community on the guiding principles that will drive the plan.
This community event is scheduled for Monday, May 16, beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the College Center Building, Room 1161. In order to know how many refreshments to provide, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Melanie King, North art history faculty member, recently announced the results for this year’s League for Innovation Student Art Competition, hosted by Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC. District finalists from North were Rebecca Giordano for her work, "Community," and Suzanne Whitehead, for her "Lotus pod brooch." Jaclyn Uribe received an honorable mention for "Stalk Stock Music Festival."
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