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On Thursday, May 2nd, the Alpha Rho Gamma Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) of Washington State Community College (WSCC) held an induction ceremony for new members. PTK is the premier organization for promoting academic achievement among students at two-year colleges. Altogether, 54 students were inducted into the honor society on Thursday evening, and WSCC President Dr. Bradley Ebersole was also inducted as an honorary member of the organization. "Being inducted into PTK is an honor and distinction these students will carry with them throughout their lives", says President Ebersole. "It will certainly enhance their college experience, and will assist as they continue their journey of success." At the induction ceremony, two members of the PTK Executive Board were recognized by President Ebersole: Vice President of Fund Raising Tammy Holshu, and Vice Presidnet of Membership Nathaniel Moening.


20130522 evergreenThe Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series of Washington State Community College (WSCC) will close out its 14th season with the annual Mother's Day Concert featuring award-winning pianist Richard Glazier, who will perform his concert " A Salute to the American Song" at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 12 in the Graham Auditorium. This will be Glazier's second visit to WSCC's campus for the Evergreen Series.


20130512 ebersole-presentingThe Foundation Board of Directors at Washington State Community College is excited to announce a new scholarship for college-aged students who are adopted, or have ever been in the foster care system. The Wendy's® Adoption Scholarship Endowment Fund will provide important financial support to eligible students who seek education opportunities at WSCC. This scholarship opportunity is a result of the partnership between the WSCC Foundation and the generous benefactors, Ray and Kim Blackburn. The Blackburns own Wendy's® franchises in Parkersburg, WV and throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley.


20130512 mathsummit3Washington State Community College (WSCC) held a Math Summit on Friday, April 19th. The summit came during the heart of Community College Month, and its purpose was to bring attention to the math-skills gap that is causing problems for some area high school graduates when they begin math studies at the college level. The day-long summit brought secondary and post-secondary math educators together to brainstorm solutions for this skills gap, particularly as it pertains to lack of retention of previously learned material. Several area math educators and school administrators were in attendance.

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