Category Archives: Lead Story
Now in his 19th year of teaching at Pierce College, Digital Design Professor Brian Martin prides himself on keeping his courses fresh to keep up with an evolving industry.
The Pierce College Raider Bird is competing in the Northwest Athletic Conference’s Mascot Challenge on social media for the chance to win bragging rights and $1,000 to support the program.
As Pierce College’s newest executive team member, Oneida Blagg is looking forward to helping the college to finalize and implement a newly developed plan for equity, diversity and inclusion. Blagg, a Pierce College alum, holds a Master of Arts in Social Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, both from Pacific Lutheran University.
Pierce College Raider Basketball’s exciting 2016-17 season is now underway! Come out and support the team during an upcoming home game. Each of these games takes place at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom’s Health Education Center. We’ll see you there!
As a licensed mental health professional and sociology professor at Pierce College, Alan Kemp’s latest textbook takes a unique and in-depth look at the face of abuse in a variety of settings. “Abuse in Society” is written for students pursuing careers in social work, pastoral counseling, mental health counseling, psychology, nursing and more.
Throughout the year, Pierce College staff, faculty and students will celebrate 50 years by spending time giving back to the community.
Pierce College and Bethel School District bring higher education to Graham and neighboring communities
Starting January 2017, Pierce College will offer college courses at Graham Kapowsin High School, providing access to higher education for communities in south Pierce County.
Musicians from throughout the college community have rehearsed all throughout the quarter in preparation for upcoming Fall Quarter 2016 performances. All performances take place in Pierce College Puyallup’s Arts and Allied Health Building Theater.
Pierce College Volleyball may be a young team this year with only three sophomores, but these athletes have come together to enjoy a challenging but winning season.
In recognition of his significant contributions toward improving online courses, Pierce College’s James Johnson received the Director’s Award for Exceptional Service from nonprofit organization Quality Matters.