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GAME ON: NEW PLANS FOR ATHLETICS, INTRAMURALS, AND ACTIVITIES AT CCBC

4/1/2015

With a full staff heading up athletics and student activities at Community College of Beaver County, a new plan to develop sports, intramurals, and student events that engages students and provides a high-quality experience academically, athletically and socially is underway.

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SEVEN CCBC STUDENTS ADVANCE TO SEMI-FINALS IN NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION COMMUNITY COLLEGE INNOVATION CHALLENGE

3/23/2015

Cybersecurity and Networking students Jesse FitzSimmons, Ernest Grillo, David Jacob, Matthew Pastorius, Kyle Riley, Brandon Ross, and Ryan Veiock advanced to the national semi-final round in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Community College Innovation Challenge. The CCBC students comprise two out of the twenty teams nationally who advanced to the semi-final round of judging.

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ATTENTION POTENTIAL PRACTICAL NURSING (PN) STUDENTS

3/19/2015

For those students applying for Spring Practical Nursing I, the “IN HOUSE” application form, with the NLN Practical Nursing Exam testing dates and times, is currently available at the Information and Registration Center (IRC) in the Student Services Center.The applications must be picked up in person and returned in person to the same location.Please contact the IRC at 724-480-3504 if you have any questions.

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CCBC PARTNERS WITH UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH TO INTERNATIONALIZE CAMPUS

3/9/2015

With the support of a grant through the “Bridging Cultures with Community Colleges” program of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Russian and East European Studies (REES) is partnering with Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) to internationalize CCBC’s curriculum. Through this federally funded project, which runs through February 2017, REES faculty will work with CCBC faculty to introduce humanities content on Eastern Europe into existing CCBC courses and develop a new course on the literature of the region.

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