Save the date: A Vintage Evening: A Gala Dinner and AuctionThe Edmonds Community College Foundation's annual fundraising event to benefit students and programs is Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. in
Woodway Hall 202. Brad Goode of KOMO News will host, with emcees Maria Montalvo and
Ruth Arista. The evening’s menu will be designed by chef Josh Henderson of Huxley Wallace Collective and Skillet Diner in Seattle and chocolatier Autumn Martin of Hot Cakes in Ballard, who is also an Edmonds CC Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
Included will be a silent and live auction with a variety of unique items that showcase
the best of our community.
Reserve your seat by contacting Susie Beresford at 425.640.1982 or email@example.com.
Students resolve real-life scenarios in Ethics ChallengeThirty Edmonds Community College students from various academic programs recently
competed in an Ethics Challenge sponsored by the college’s Business Management program and Workforce Development
and Training, in partnership with the Boeing Co. Teams discussed ethical strategies
through three rounds of live scenarios. Each team — using teamwork, communication,
and critical thinking skills — was given seven minutes to discuss its given scenario
and three minutes to present solutions.Conversations in the Humanities: Lecture by Eva Abram
The college’s Conversations in the Humanities series kicks off 7 p.m., Jan. 14, at the Black Box Theatre. University of Washington
alumna Eva Abram will present “Slavery in the Northwest: The Charles Mitchell Story.”
She will share the fascinating story of one of the few documented cases of slavery
in Washington state — which nearly started a war between the U.S. and Canada.
Program in the spotlight
Build a new career in Construction Management! Become a construction manager or building inspector. The job market is strong for
both career paths, especially with the increasing complexity of today's construction
projects. Spring classes will begin April 7.New in the college art gallery
“Three Women/Three Views,” works by Edmonds CC instructors Audineh Asaf, Kristi Gibbs,
and Gina Rymarcsuk-Gray. Through March 21. Meet the artists 4-6 p.m. Fri., Jan. 24,
in the art gallery, third floor of Lynnwood Hall.Did you know?
You can get quality meals at great prices Monday through Thursday at Brier Grill,
located inside Brier Hall. All meals are prepared by students in the Culinary Arts program.International Transfer Fair, 9 a.m.-noon, Mon., Feb. 3
International students are invited to talk to university representatives from several colleges in Brier
and Snoqualmie halls.Read about our outstanding students, faculty, alumni, and friends!